When talking about printers, the first thing that comes to mind is ink on paper. But since the 1980s, 3D printing has gradually been redefining how we view printing.
It is gaining attention in the Philippines. 3D printing or Additive Manufacturing (AM) has become a helpful commodity. This is because of the increase in government support as well as entrepreneurial ventures.
DTI are already increasing the country’s printing infrastructure via funded Fab Labs. On the other hand, the National Economic and Development Authority has passed a norm. Give foreign companies more rights to develop local manufacturing capabilities.
The 3D printing market estimated to generate up to around $100 billion on incremental value by 2025. This, in turn, impacts Asean’s projected real gross domestic product by 1.5 to 2 percent.
Nothing comes cheap in the market nowadays. Especially if it’s something unique or personalized.
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Digital printing, you say? It is not something that is being confused with the new wave of digital printing technology. 3D digital printing is a whole new world. It came from the simplicity of digital printing. It has then evolved and joined forces with 3D technology.
First, let’s look at what these two are:
Documents are being reproduced from computer data. The outcome is then printed on paper, cardboard, textile, or any flat material. In short, the output is a 2D image.
A model is 3D printed with the use of materials specific to this technology. The output is a model that can stand on its own. It has angles and facets that you can see and feel. The 3D printed output gives a more imaginative look as the model is being made uniquely.
In summary, digital printing reproduces an existing document. 3D printing allows us to manufacture an object in three dimensions. But of course, we can only achieve a 3D product once we understand the digitally printed version. Digital printing and 3D printing are also opposing in terms of the material used.
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