Many Melbourne professionals today take advantage of 3D printing and uses it on a permanent basis. Such technology is evolving each day, along with the rising number of industries in which this technology is used. Below are some of the applications where this technology is used.
Fashion category is basically a relative newcomer when it comes to the commercial application of this printing type, aside from prototyping different products for advertising. One good example of such progress is a running shoe that has a full-length thermoplastic midsole that delivers great performance and flexibility.
Environmental Engineering & Architecture
Ecological engineers and civil constructors are on the edge of the most significant and timely use of mobile 3D printing solutions in Melbourne. Architects can also utilize this technology to create accurate dioramas of whole neighborhoods and cities in matters of hours. Before, these visualizations would take months to be completed. For instance, architectural modeling processes are now based on CAD resources and 3D modeling. This starts from composite concept models and ends with full-color terrain models.
Have you ever dreamt that one day you will be able to make not just car parts but even the whole car with the use of a 3d printer? In fact, the world’s first ever printed car was described by the CEO of Local Motors as “a small electric two-seater”. The technology’s real significance in the car industry greatly depends in the very low-cost technology and fully-recyclable materials used like carbon-fiber-reinforced plastic. Its entire structure would only 44 hours to print and this leaves no waste products. Given this, the engineers did not yet move the car’s stuffing to plastic so that the electric components such as battery, powertrain, and motor were not printed.
Musicians in Melbourne and all over the world are now starting to make use of 3D printing as an affordable way to obtain high-quality and original instruments. Some of the most extraordinary that we can point out would include a metal saxophone that was printed by Olaf Diegel. This new instrument was printed with the use of titanium alloy powder and ITRI’s Optical Engine technology. The important basis of this innovative technology is individual firmness variability of different sections of a solid alloy and high-precision printing which can be up to 50 μm.
These are just a few industries where you can find three-dimensional printing to be very valuable. In fact, many companies invest in it because of its advantages and the profit that can be earned out of it. With this technology, everything becomes easier and faster, thus making you to be more productive as you produce the best quality products. With all these innovations brought by this technology, there is really so much more that we can look forward to.