3D printing, also known as additive manufacturing, is the exact opposite of the traditional way of making objects. Instead of machining or "subtracting" material to form an object - much like how a sculptor cuts away clay - 3D printing adds layer upon layer of material to build an object. Product designers and engineers upload a digital (CAD) file to a 3D printer, which then prints a solid 3D object. Thermoplastics are the most frequently used materials, but the technology also includes photopolymers, epoxy resins, metals, and more.
We have joint venture with EU companies to cater the growing market. Pakistan still using it in education sector, while the world created 3D printed office inaugurated on 01 June 2016 in Dubai, while largest 3D printed double story building with 6,900 sq. feet in Dubai completed in 2019.
Aerospace and automotive industry already shifted to 3D printed parts with the ease of supply and casting at as needed.
Medical devices produced by 3D printing include orthopedic and cranial implants, surgical instruments, dental restorations such as crowns, and external prosthetics.
Plastics to composites and now metal printing created opportunities for all and it will grow exponentially in the coming years.
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