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FAQs

Can you 3D print if you don't have a file?

No, but you can create a 3D file through CAD modeling (3D CAD modeling) or by scanning an existing object (reverse engineering).

What will be the benefits given to my product?

By optimizing your design for the 3D printer you will produce a product at the lowest cost and lightest weight.

In summary, what are the advantages of 3D printing compared to traditional methods?

The main advantages of prototyping compared to traditional methods are: cost reduction, short work times, speed of prototype production.

Can objects be printed in different materials?

Yes, the various technologies available on the market are constantly evolving and allow you to print objects in many materials, from epoxy resins to nylon, from ABS to rubber, up to metals. With some technologies it is even possible to print different colors or different materials simultaneously in the same project. However, it is important to bear in mind that the characteristics of a particular do not depend only on the material with which it is made, but also on the technology with which it is produced (e.g. injection molded ABS is very different from wire extruded ABS, cast metal is different from sintered metal).

Why buy a 3D printer?

Because Your company needs to supply the right product at the right time

Can I reprint an object in 3D making changes?

Absolutely yes, 3D printing is perfect for reproducing objects that need modifications. To do this it is necessary to redesign the object by changing the necessary details or measures.

What format should the files for 3D printing have?

The standard format is .stl, but conversions are possible from numerous  interchange formats: .igs, .step, .parasolid, obtainable from the most popular 3D CAD modeling software.

How big can a 3D object be?

 

The maximum volumetric space available varies according to the technology and material used. For very large objects, in any case, it is possible to print the projects in several parts which will be assembled after printing, without compromising the final appearance in any way. We take care of dividing the object in the modeling phase in the best possible way and assembling it in the post-production phase.

Can you 3D print if you don't have a file?

No, but you can create a 3D file through CAD modeling (3D CAD modeling) or by scanning an existing object (reverse engineering).

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