3D printing is a rapidly evolving industry, we find ourselves learning and educating at the same time, this means iterations have to be fast-paced.
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Dr. 3 D Printer (What is 3D printing and how does it work)
In our Dr. 3D Printer series, we always take specialist advise and take it as it is. 3D Printing is still unknown for us. We are still in learning stage. If we find anything related to 3D Printing. We try to share with everybody.
In this video comments are describing the material and process very well. I am using the comments here.
Materials can range from plastics and polymers to metals and even organic materials like foodstuff and human tissue (in fact, hospitals are expecting 3d printers to be able to reproduce body parts and organs reliably in the near future, mitigating the need for donors and artificial prosthetic)! There are a LOT of different types of 3D printers out there, and different printing processes are suited to working with different materials.
Ever seen 3D printed food? now that’s amazing in my opinion. Of course, in 20 years we will all be laughing at this just like how we laughed at a computer that took up an entire room yet, we now have cell phones more powerful than that. 🙂
Could 3D Printed Vegetables Encourage Kids to Eat Healthily? By Hanna Watkin Researchers believe that kids will happily eat 3D printed vegetables. But can the technology also encourage us to eat insects? One of the main benefits of 3D printing is the ability to create absolutely any shape you like. Researchers put this to good […]
3D printing in curriculum. 3D printing is now for everybody. Kids love to do 3d printing.
Recent case study about STEM program can easily show us how much effect our schools curriculum has now a days.
STEM teachers told about,“I have students who don’t do any kind of work at all, but they’ll do 3D printing. It’s engaging enough that they actually want to complete assignments and show them off. They love it.”
“One of my students told me she now wants to be a biomedical engineer”.
3D Printing Materials Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene (ABS)
ABS is a petroleum-based plastic. ABS is non-biodegradable. ABS is a strong and durable material. Therefore it is used in various products including protective headgear, golf club heads, carrying cases, enclosures for electronic assemblies, kitchen appliances, and toys including Lego bricks. ABS is soluble in acetone, i.e., nail polish remover.
ABS is extruded at temperatures of 210-250°C. Heating up ABS causes fumes to be released. These fumes are usually tolerable but may cause irritation in people with chemical sensitivities. These fumes include chemicals that are known to be carcinogenic. Therefore, 3D printing using ABS should be performed with caution and in places with adequate ventilation.
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