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Revolutionary contribution of 3D Printing technology towards Medical sector in India

The medical sector with additive manufacturing.

3D printing, also identify as additive manufacturing technology is playing a key role in the medical field.

This technology started to save and ease the lives of physically disabled people,

and for the people who need an organ replacement.

3D printing also gives customization in medicines:

– Enabled Customization
– Prototyping manufacturing
– For research work

The field of application for 3D printing is broad, allowing researchers and scientist to go beyond general medical practice.

We will see how 3D printing technology advancing and benefiting the medical field.

MEDICAL TOOLS AND DEVICES with 3D Printing:

3D Printing allows tools to design and customize the way the surgeon required for a particular patient or for his operating skills

3D Printing customization in tools provides easiness for the operator to operate tools and devices as per his/her convenience.

Prostheses with 3D Printing

Many top brand hospitals from all over the world started to form a lab to create prosthetic limbs as per patients requirement.

Earlier it was hard to create a customized shape, so the patient needs to compromise with the existing standard-sized limbs.

But now 3D Printing technology provides a platform to create a customize shapes and reduce the manufacturing time by 50% to 60%.

Dental Application with 3D Printing

The application of 3D printing in the dentistry sector is ranging from general dentistry to orthodontics.

Added with orthodontics using the fabrication of customized braces which will give better fitment for the patient.

As 3D printing is easily embraced into dental offices, clinics & dental R&D labs, it is being used for making castable crowns, dental bridges.

Tissues & Human Organs with 3D Printing

A medical sector now claims that they are successfully created organs like kidneys, hips, knees, spine, and skull using 3D Printing.

Already, so many patients have this 3d printed organs inside their bodies.

Biocompatible 3D printing materials such as titanium and cobalt are used in jaw and face surgeries and orthopedics with the help of 3D Printing.

Medicines and Pharmacology with 3D Printing

Nowadays their drugs, which get swallow at a time but different drugs need different release time.

Here 3d printing provides a huge advantage to create segmented tablets, which have different types of material for a single tablet.

The main advantage of 3D printed pills they are cost-effective, making the technology affordable.

Which is accessible to health programs in poorer, developing countries.

This all is the application of 3d printing in the medical sector with additive manufacturing.

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Benefits of 3D Printing

Implement your Imagination: We can now 3D print almost anything that we can imagine. In a relatively short time, an idea, concept, dream or invention can go from a simple thought to a produced part that you imagine.

Speed Up The Product Development Cycle: 3D printing allows a company think tank to convert their ideas faster than ever. Being able to 3D print a concept the same day, helping companies stay one step ahead of the competition.

Save Money: 3D Printing avoids the initial heavy investments of tool or dies manufacturing. The 3D printing process allows the creation of parts and tools through the additive method at rates much lower than previously used methods.

Reduced the Risk: It is far cheaper to 3D print a test prototype than to redesign or alter an existing mold. Just seeing at CAD model we can not evaluate the actual feasibility of the part. So 3D printing reduces the risk to a great extent.

Personalize It: With Standard process of production through injection molding, we manufacture the same parts. Where through 3D printing we can customize each and every part as per our requirement.

Feel the product: Anyone cannot understand the product through just seeing the picture or virtual prototype on the computer screen is the way something feels in your hand. If he wants to ensure the ergonomics and fit of a product are just right, he must actually hold it, use it and test it.

 

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Trends in 3D Printing for 2018

Trends in 3D Printing for 2018

2018 has been a demanding year for the 3D printing companies, with many new competitors appearing in the global market, as well as infinite new collaborations and innovations.

In such a dynamic industry, we are just simply thinking that what future this technology will bring to the human life and its social structure.

As we 3D Era Tech has few industry experts and visionaries from the field of this modern technology called 3D Printing Technology and we had a discussion with them to know the future trends with 3D Printing Services in India.

 

Application-Driven Innovation

Current developments in Additive Manufacturing method i.e 3D Printing technology have focused on building faster, efficient, large volume and large production capacity machines and on extending the range of new materials.

The key to exploring the next industrial transformation will be our true understanding of which applications benefit most from Additive manufacturing.

Because technology will not be worth until and unless it gets proved through its real industrial applications.

 

Automation

As 3D printing technology gets maturing and adopting with the time and market requirements, it has brought a automation for plastic and metal part production.

With high precision and fewer labor efforts, it makes quite simple for the production industries to start the new thing with easier and effortless way. Now most of the companies in India and US are diverting there focus to the 3D Printing Technology.

Challenges of FDM 3D Printing

FDM means Fused Deposition Modelling.

It is one of the most used 3D printing
technology across the globe. FDM 3D Printing is the easiest and cheapest form of 3D
printing. FDM 3D Printing is an additive manufacturing practice used by several
manufacturing companies. Yes, it is easiest and most used 3D printing technology,
however, it has its own set of problems. These can be tackled, in fact, the industry has been
working to make FDM 3D Printing better.

FDM 3D printing is a time-consuming process. It takes good time for printing the object.
However, the objects printed using FDM 3D printing are not less than masterpieces.

The time it consumes is worth when you see the finished product.

FDM 3D printing process has several steps. It tests the patience of printing assistance.
However, the best-finished products do take time and industry has a bigger challenge to
reduce it. All these make the manufacturing process slow. One printer can only print one
product at a time, thus to print bulk products more machines are required and cost of
FDM 3D printing machines are huge. Reducing the cost of FDM 3D printing machines
is also the challenge to counter.

FDM 3D printing machines are ugly looking. I mean, these are not consumer products
and never used by end customers. Hence, as a user, you don’t need to worry about it.
But the fact is several moving parts and smaller changes in settings make an FDM
3D printer’s job bit difficult. Making more compact, less complicated and somewhat
good looking FDM 3D printers is a challenge for the industry. Several intelligent minds
working towards it.

The high volume FDM 3D Printing is the biggest challenge.

In fact, FDM 3D printing is
known for printing for small parts and in fewer numbers. It gives an opportunity to print a
single part precisely. Yes, it is an advantage for small-scale industries. However, when it
comes to big volume production, FDM 3D printing needs to step up the game, otherwise
newer and better techniques could overshadow it.

Small-scale industries, who are in love with FDM 3D printing are helping innovators to

upgrade FDM 3D printing. Bottom line is FDM 3D printing has uplifted the 3D printing

industry and it will continue to do so. This technique will never fade away in the future.

However, the industry has to upgrade it from time to time. Wait, which industry doesn’t

demand time to time update? Thus, FDM 3D printing is going to stay here for the long run.

What Lies Ahead globally for 3D Printing and 3D Printing Services?

3D Printing by 3D Era Tech

Printing is not dying, it is accelerating with full throttle. Computers and new age
technology are boosting printing and making it a vibrant market. This is new age
printing. It is not classic paper printing, it is a 3D printing, the futuristic technology
ruling the world. The 3D printing means experiencing the product in real and not just
visualization. It is one of the fastest growing industries in the world. Most of the big
companies including Nike, Amazon, BMW, General Electric, Boeing, Toyota, and several
others are using 3D printing in one way or the other to make production quality and
operations better. Research and Development and manufacturing industries are
adopting 3D printing technology rapidly. In fact, the 3D printing industry is currently
$12 billion dollars industry in the world and the prediction are, 3D printing industry
will hit $100 billion in coming 8 to 10 years. All these big numbers and attention by
bigger companies confidently making a statement that there is a bright future to the 3D
printing industry. Let us know how the 3D printing industry will unfold in the coming
years.
The best and foremost use of the 3D printing technology is an alternative option to the
mass production. 3D printing has the potential to create anything and everything. No
barrier of size and material, that too without minimum processes. Design based
approach, more automation, and perfect end product make 3D printing world’s one of
the most robust technology in coming time.
3D printing doesn’t mean replacing classical and conventional manufacturing process.
In fact, 3D printing and conventional manufacturing can coexist. 3D printing can make
manufacturing more relative in today’s world. The conventional manufacturing, as we
all know, is expensive. It is also a tedious process. 3D printing can make it simpler. The
prototype made using 3D printing can give an absolute idea of the product which would
be manufactured using heavy machines. From the automobile industry to the aviation
industry to architects to doctors and medical professionals, all use 3D printing
prototyping for the better understanding of the product. This industry is evolving
swiftly and will take the mainstream position in the coming years.
In addition, 3D printing is boosting the use of 3D Computer Aided Drawings (CAD) in
almost every industry which in one way or other related to the manufacturing. The
more and more use of 3D CAD will boost the 3D printing industry as the 3D CAD designs
can be perfectly printed using 3D printing technology.
The 3D printing industry has a lot to offer in a new age. Human has made creating
processes simpler with the time and 3D printing is one such invention which will make
the future of creating things simple and sorted.