Creality Overview

Creality  is the world's leading consumer-grade 3D printer brand and a national high-tech enterprise, focusing on the research and development and production of 3D printers. The products cover "FDM and light curing", and have more than 160 authorized patents of consumer, industrial and educational levels. At present, the fused deposition and photocuring 3D printer independently developed and manufactured are at the leading domestic level. It has been committed to the market application of 3D printing, providing efficient and affordable 3D printing comprehensive solutions for individuals, families, schools and enterprises.

What is 3D Printing?

At its most basic, 3D printing is a manufacturing process in which materials are placed layer by layer to form a three-dimensional object. (This is considered an additive process because objects are built from scratch, rather than a subtractive process where material is cut, drilled, milled, or machined away.) Although 3D printers use a variety of materials, such as plastic or metal ) and technology , which share the ability to convert digital files containing 3D data - whether created on a computer-aided design (CAD) or computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) program , again created from a 3D scanner - into a physical object.

What Are The Benefits of 3D Printing?

With 3D printing, designers can quickly turn concepts into 3D models or prototypes (aka "rapid prototyping") and enable rapid design changes. It enables manufacturers to produce products on demand rather than in large batches, improving inventory management and reducing warehouse space. People in remote areas can make objects that they cannot access.

From a practical point of view, 3D printing saves money and materials compared to subtractive techniques because very little raw material is wasted. It promises to change the nature of manufacturing, eventually letting consumers download files to print even complex 3D objects — such as electronic devices — in their own homes.

What Can 3D Printers Do?

Designers use 3D printers to quickly create product models and prototypes, but they are also increasingly used to manufacture final products. Items made with 3 d printer include shoe designs, furniture, wax castings for jewelry, tools, tripods, gifts and novelties, and toys. The automotive and aerospace industries use 3-d printers to make parts. Artists can create sculptures and architects can make models of their projects. Archaeologists are using 3D printers to reconstruct models of fragile artifacts, including some destroyed by ISIS in recent years. Likewise, paleontologists and their students can reproduce dinosaur bones and other fossils.

Who Invented 3D Printing?

The first 3D printer to use stereolithography was created by Charles W. Hull in the mid-1980s. Lithography has traditionally been an expensive commercial technology, with 3d printer price in the five or even six figures, but in recent years there have been desktop professional photocuring machines worth thousands of dollars, starting at much lower prices than Shanda. consumption system.

In 1986, Hull founded 3D Systems, a company that today sells 3 d printers using a variety of technologies. They range from entry-level kits to advanced commercial systems, and 3D Systems also offers an on-demand parts service, primarily for commercial users.