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3-D Printers

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Intro

        I know you have heard of a 3D Printer. BUT HAVE YOU HEARD OF A MOLTEN METAL 3D Printer?!? Well if you want to know more interesting facts about the Vader Molten Metal Printer and other… READ THIS REPORT! hehehe  If you read, you will learn history, like what stereolithography is. You will also learn about how you can make anything you want. ALSO… I will blow your mind with how it works and REALLY, I mean REALLY cool facts. Read more to find out.

History of IT

        The 3D printer was made o n March 9,1983  He is the inventor of the solid imaging process known as stereolithography(3D Printing), the first commercial rapid prototyping technology, and the STL file format.

        The first 3D printer, which used the stereolithography technique, was created by Charles W. Hull in the mid 1980s. Stereolithography is largely an expensive commercial technique, with machines often costing $100,000 or more.

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What IT is

        A 3-D Printer is an object that prints anything you want. All you have to do is scan it. 3-D Printer or additive manufacturing is a process of making three dimensional solid objects from a digital file.

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How IT Works

        A 3D Printer makes objects in layers. To make one object may take 1,000’s of layers. The nozzle of the inkjet print heads is really small so it prints in layers. Have you ever frosted a cake?; if so, you probably know that you frost the cake in layers. That makes the frosting hold longer.

        To make a 3D printed object you need to have a 3d scanner. If you want to make a 3D printed object that has not been printed yet, you need to make a digital 3D drawing so you can print it. You can also download a digital 3D file and upload that to your 3D printer.

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Super Cool Facts That Will Blow Your Mind

        The Vader Molten Metal Printer! You probably know that high-end industrial 3d printers can print metal objects by using laser or electron beams on fine metallic powder but Vader is something completely different. You will only know this if you are a geek. Vader aims at small companies or professional workshop environments by implementing proprietary MagnetoJet Printing (MJP) and magnetohydrodynamic (MHD) ceramic printhead technologies to reduce the machine cost. It uses molten metal and jets it in small droplets onto a surface similar to a standard inkjet paper printer and by connecting the metal droplets a 3d object can be made. It could be considered world’s first molten metal 3d printer!

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