3-D Printing: Stereolithography

What is 3-D printing

3-D printing is making a physical object from a digital model, typically by layering thin layers of material on top of each other.

We can print just about anything, from organs, to clothing and to even wings of planes. Anything the the mind can think of.
3-D printing reduces the need to make test on animals. It also allows us to print stronger, more complex and more resource efficient structures.
The types of printing include Laser sintering, Laser melting, Beam melting, Light processing, deposition modeling and stereolithography.
The data necessary to 3-D print requires codes for the computer to lay material in coordinates


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