3D printing is a process of building an object one thin layer at a time. It is fundamentally additive rather than subtractive in nature.To many, 3D printing is the singular production of often-ornate objects on a desktop printer. In the early days of 3D printing, the market focused more on consumer intent than industrial value. The term was understandably adopted by the mainstream media when fused deposition modeling (FDM) first appeared in the 1980s because the FDM process worked very much like a 2D inkjet printer. Instead of a print head laying down a single layer of ink, the 3D print head deposited multiple layers of build material typically delivered as a thermoplastic filament. Upon completion of one layer, the print bed would drop incrementally to make room for the deposition of the next layer.
As 3D printing progressed, it evolved from the creation of novelty items to the production of rapid prototypes. Today, AM processes are increasingly used to mass produce end-use products. For example, GE Aviation is using one AM process -- direct metal laser melting (DMLM) -- to print the 19 fuel nozzles on each new LEAP-1A engine.
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