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Different 3D printing processes have their own advantages and applicable scenarios, Sigma provides SLA process for Visual prototyping and SLS process for Functional prototyping.
3D surface treatment can remove burrs and rough surfaces left during 3D printing, improving the smoothness, appearance, and durability of products.
One of the most commonly used 3D printing materials. These materials include ABS, PLA, PETG, TPU, PEEK, etc. Each material has different physical and chemical properties and can be suitable for different application scenarios.
Metal 3D printing materials include titanium alloy, aluminum alloy, stainless steel, nickel alloy, etc. Metal 3D printing can produce complex components and molds, with advantages such as high strength and high wear resistance.
Ceramic 3D printing materials include alumina, zirconia, silicate, etc. Ceramic 3D printing can produce high-precision ceramic products, such as ceramic parts, ceramic sculptures, etc.
3D printing can significantly reduce manufacturing costs as it tightly integrates manufacturing and design processes, thereby reducing the required labor and material costs.
Sheet metal processing technology has fast cutting speed and is not limited by the number of processed parts. Effectively improving processing speed; To some extent, its processing speed is significantly faster than the maximum positioning rate.
3D printing can quickly switch between different materials and design schemes, thus more accurately meeting customer needs.
3D printing can produce customized products, such as medical equipment, artificial organ, personalized shoes, jewelry, etc.
Poor printing quality may be caused by improper printer adjustment, material issues, or design issues. The solution includes adjusting printer settings, replacing materials, or redesigning the model.
The printing speed may be slow due to issues with the mechanical structure or control system of the printer. The solution includes upgrading printer hardware or adjusting printer settings
Possible poor adhesion of the printing bed due to surface or material issues. The solution includes replacing the surface of the printing bed, using a bottom coating, or replacing materials.
The printer may malfunction due to hardware or software issues. The solution includes checking and repairing printer hardware, updating printer software, or reinstalling drivers.