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SLA Stereolithography (SLA)
One of the most popular processes, SLA provides high quality prototypes at good prices.
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SLS Selective Laser Sintering (SLS)
SLS systems can fuse plastic, metal, ceramic, or glass into 3D models. Somewhat expensive.
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FDM Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM)
Models created with FDM have great strength and temperature resistance at low prices.
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PolyJet PolyJet 3D Printing
PolyJet models are very accurate, with smooth finishes and reasonable prices.
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Urethane Castings Urethane Castings
Cheap urethane parts are cast in a silicone mold (based on an SLA pattern). Moderate prices.
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Machined Plastic Machined Plastic Parts
Plastic parts cut and shaped by CNC machines. Moderate prices.
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Injection Molded Parts Rapid Injection Molded Plastic Parts
Injection molding tooling made using affordable CNC processes. Moderately expensive.
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World's First 3D Printed Car Series
Nov 4, 2015 - The CEO of Local Motors discusses the world's first road-ready 3D printed cars.
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Gravity Defying 3D-Printed Bridge
Jun 14, 2015 - A 3D-printing company based in Amsterdam has developed a revolutionary, multi-axis robotic 3D printer that can "draw" structures in the air -- and it's planning to build a bridge over a canal in the heart of the city.
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