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Additive manufacturing technology can be applied to building complex structures which conquer the restraints of traditional processing, such as cutting and molding,and allows more designs flexibility. Metal materials are widely applied to aerospace and transportation industries.
Additive manufacturing technology's applications can be seen in the biomedical industry which includes presurgery and postoperative support models, and medical equipment development sampling and production. Customized braces or prosthetics can also be built via additive manufacturing, allowing them to be more ergonomic, thus aiding the users to live with more convenience and comfort.
Traditional molding process requires around 11 steps. However, if we can use additive manufacturing we can effectively reduce that to 6 stepsand complete the process by just 2 engineers. By using additive manufacturing, we can greatly reduce the required manpower, time, material and development costs, and can easily complete conformal cooling to achieve the ideal cooling quality.
Additive manufacturing is a highly flexible process which transcends the limitations of workpiece's shape and structure, allowing for complex models to be easily built. This type of restraint-free design is extremely beneficial to designers in the culture and arts fields such as jewelry or crafts industries.
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Cultural creative crafts