Texas Instruments 3D Printers Application

03, Dec, 2016

TI has solutions for 3D Printer or DLP 3-D Printer
"Additive manufacturing, or 3D Printing, is a process of laying down successive layers of material to produce a 3D physical object. In a matter of hours, 3D printers create products by “printing” successive layers of material specified by the cross-sections of a Computer Aided Design (CAD) model. The possibilities for 3D printers are limitless as they have been used to create a wide variety of designs, from prototypes to end-products. With this technology, printing parts of a material can be done in a single process flow. Although they have been in existence for several decades, 3D printers are becoming more affordable for medium and small scale businesses in which rapid prototyping is brought all the way into the office, no longer requiring manufacturing floor space. The 3D printer model described below is especially useful for general purpose 3D printing. If high precision 3D printing is required, it is suggested to use a DLP 3D printer, which can be found under Similar End-Equipment Solutions."
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