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Sunday 31 July 2011

3D Printing Process Overview

After the last couple of weeks, I decided to put together a quick and easy overview of the processes for anyone that is interested in 3D printing. I intentionally avoided going into specific definitions and materials, which would be too complicated for an exercise such as this. There are many good sources of information for those across the internet for anyone that wants it. If you need help locating it, give me a shout. I have never seen anything like this though, and it would have been useful when I was starting out. It is intended only as a starting point .....

*I don't claim that this is an exhaustive list, but I hope it's helpful.  


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  2. This was helpful :)

  3. Thanks for sharing. This is exactly what I need. I am more interested on 3d printing than other printing services.

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