The 3D printer is similar to common 2D printers that spray ink onto paper. Instead of ink and paper, it sprays an adhesive material onto resin to make layers on it. This technology allows you to make practical tests such as those for checking the actual 3D shape, functions, and assembly of products in advance of blow molding or injection molding. It can reduce the cost and time of prototype production.
Using 2D drawings and 3D CAD data for molding, you can quickly get the actual 3D shape of your products.
Using the 3D-printer, we can produce the precise modeling as well.