3D printer

(redirected from 3D printing materials)
Also found in: Encyclopedia.

3D printer

or 3-D printer
n.
A computer-controlled device that is capable of fabricating three-dimensional objects, as by extruding layers of plastic from a robotically controlled syringe.
American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fifth Edition. Copyright © 2016 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. Published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. All rights reserved.
References in periodicals archive ?
Polycarbonate's light weight and translucency, which are superior to other Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF) 3D printing materials have enabled manufacturers to leverage this additive manufacturing technology to squeeze additional gains.
Frost & Sullivan forecasts the global 3D printing materials market for the healthcare industry to account for $568.5 million by 2024, with an impressive CAGR of 20.3% between 2018 and 2025.
BEGO brings years of 3D printing experience especially in labside 3D printing with resins, including the development of its own 3D printers; Varseo and Varseo S and the commercialization of several dental 3D printing materials that meet regulatory requirements for medical use worldwide.
Each stand-alone chapter includes the motivations and restraints of adopting 3D printing, analysis of commonly used 3D printing technologies and 3D printing materials, detailed applications and case studies, and a discussion of specific regulatory concerns.
Last month Copper 3D, a US-based Chilean 3D printing materials company, received a grant from NASA to test the properties of antibacterial 3D printing materials for medical devices on the International Space Station.
Hansen: The 3D printing materials we are using with the 3D Systems SLA 3D printer are Bluestone, Xtreme, Accua HPC and, for SLS, Sauber's own carbon-reinforced powder, HiPAC.
* Additive Manufacturing: the latest in 3D printing materials and processes.
- Innovative 3D Printing Materials for Flexible, Durable Applications
The customized 3D printing materials engineered and supplied by LEHVOSS Group are based on high performance thermoplastic polymers, such as and PEEK.