3D printing is a process of making a physical object from a three-dimensional digital model, usually by laying down many successive thin layers of a host of different types of material. It is also known as additive manufacturing (AM) and it empower designers and manufacturers print object of any shape and geometric dimension.
In simple words, it is one of the fastest modes of developing physical prototypes accurately and true to scale.
The time taken to print any object depends upon the size of the object and settings set for an object. A small object with less dimensions and infills can be printed in less than an hour. Objects with higher dimensions will take several hours to print.
3D is touted to be the third industrial revolution and has been around for two decades. The popularity and accessibility of this revolutionary technology is increasing at fast and steady pace. As of one India’s leading 3D printer manufacturers in India, Divide By Zero has empowered clients various verticals such as.
Product Design (Prototyping)
Casting and Engineering
Customised Gifting (3D Face Scanning)
Plastic Moulding and more
You can use 3D models that you have on the SD-card with Accucraft i250
You can use freeware CAD software to make STL files
You can download ready-to-use .stl models from different online repositories
Make sure any model you are willing to print should be strictly in .stl file format
In 3D printing, infill refers to the structure printed inside the object. The size, shape, pattern, and percentage depends heavily on the design requirements. Higher infill percentage translates to physically stronger 3D printed samples.
Yes, you can opt for different infills for your object. This can be manipulated through different levels in the software. Lower infill percentage can help you to save filament and print time.
We have different printers with different Build Volumes
Build volume of Accucraft i250+ is 300 x 250 x 200 mm allows you to print large as well as small parts of objects
Build volume of Aion 500 is 500 X 500 X 500 mm
Higher dimension objects, more than 500 X 500 X 500mm can be made in parts (sections) and assembled and processed later