3D Printer Kusursuz Baskı Kalitesi
3D Printer ile sorunsuz ve yüksek kaliteli 3D baskı.
188.8.131.520 mikron çözünürlük.
Gelişmiş ve kolay sökülebilir destek sistemi.
3D Printer Wi-Fi ve Bulut Bağlantısı
3D Printer tek bilgisayardan birden çok cihaz kontrolü bulunmaktadır.
İnternet üzerinden otomatik güncellenme.
Bulut bağlantısı üzerinden baskı bulunmaktadır.
3D Printer Kullanışlı Renki Dokunmatik Ekran
3D Printer renkli ve kolay kullanım menü içeriği bulunmaktadır.
Türkçe ve İngilizce arayüz desteği bulunmaktadır.
16 gb dahili hafıza ile son 10 baskıyı saklama.
Güçlü Mekanik Sistem
Yeni nesil Monoblok Extruder.
Hafif ve dayanıklı alüminyum gövdeye sahiptir.
How Does 3D Printing Work?
It all starts with making a virtual design of the object you want to create. This virtual design is for instance a CAD (Computer Aided Design) file. This CAD file is created using a 3D modeling application or with a 3D scanner (to copy an existing object). A 3D scanner can make a 3D digital copy of an object.
3D scanners use different technologies to generate a 3D model. Examples are: time-of-flight, structured / modulated light, volumetric scanning and many more.
Recently, companies like Microsoft and Google enabled their hardware to perform 3D scanning, for example Microsoft’s Kinect. In the near future digitising real objects into 3D models will become as easy as taking a picture. Future versions of smartphones will probably have integrated 3D scanners.
Currently, prices of 3D scanners range from expensive professional industrial devices to $30 DIY scanners anyone can make at home.
3D Modeling Software
3D modeling software also comes in many forms. There’s industrial grade software that costs thousands a year per license, but also free open source software, like Blender, for instance. You can find some beginner video tutorials on our Blender tutorials page.
When you are a beginner and the amount of choices are a bit overwhelming, we recommend to start with Tinkercad. Tinkercad has a free version and it works in browsers that support WebGL, for instance Google Chrome. They offer beginner lessons and has a built in option to get your object printed via various 3D printing services.
When you have a 3D model, the next step is to prepare it in order to make it 3D printable.
From 3D Model To 3D Printer
You will have to prepare a 3D model before it is ready to be 3D printed. This is what they call slicing. Slicing is dividing a 3D model into hundreds or thousands of horizontal layers and needs to be done with software.
Sometimes a 3D model can be sliced from within a 3D modeling software application. It is also possible that you are forced to use a certain slicing tool for a certain 3D printer.
When the 3D model is sliced, you are ready to feed it to your 3D printer. This can be done via USB, SD or wifi. It really depends on what brand and type 3D Printer you have.
When a file is uploaded in a 3D printer, the object is ready to be 3D printed layer by layer. The 3D printer reads every slice (2D image) and creates a three dimensional object.