FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling) is a 3D printing technology that involves the layer-by-layer deposition of melted thermoplastic material to create a physical object. The process starts with a 3D model file that is sliced into numerous horizontal layers, which are then printed one at a time. The melted filament is extruded from a nozzle and deposited onto a build plate, where it quickly cools and solidifies. FDM is a popular 3D printing technology due to its speed, accuracy, and affordability.
Resin 3D Printing
Resin 3D printing is a type of additive manufacturing that uses photosensitive liquid polymer resin to create intricate and detailed parts. A light source is used to selectively cure and solidify the resin layer by layer, resulting in a high-resolution finished product. Resin 3D printing is commonly used for creating small parts with fine details and smooth surface finishes, making it a popular choice for prototyping, jewelry making, and dental applications.
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