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3D Printing Applications
- Apr 03, 2018 -

The mold industry in the manufacturing industry is an industry that basically spans the entire industrial chain of manufacturing. It is closely related to all branches of the manufacturing industry. In a more intelligent and connected world, manufacturing and molds are highly interdependent, and countless products in our lives are made by molding (injection, blow molding, and silicone) or casting (fusing, sanding, spinning). No matter what application, manufacturing molds can improve quality and efficiency while improving the quality. CNC machining is the most practical and commonly used technique in making molds. It has the ability to provide highly reliable results, but at the same time it is also very expensive and time-consuming, and it also restricts the development of the mold industry, so many mold manufacturing companies have begun to find more effective alternatives. The production of molds through additive manufacturing (ALM, ie 3D printing) has become an attractive method because molds are generally produced in small batches and their shapes are complex, making them suitable for 3D printing. Therefore, the popularity of 3D has brought a great impact on the mold industry. Once the continuous development of 3D printing materials has emerged, more suitable materials for printing mold parts and 3D printing technology have progressed, resulting in higher accuracy and accuracy. And may subvert the status of the mold industry.