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Ever wonder what all the buzz about 3D printing is about? Or maybe you're not even 100% sure what 3D printing is. Learn the basics about 3D printing and how to get started at home.

View the full article at http://accent.chubb.com/3D-printing-explained and for more information on the world’s latest technology, check out http://accent.chubb.com/technology.

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3D Printing: Everything You Need to Know | Accent by Chubb

  1. 1. 3D  Prin(ng  
  2. 2. Imagine  needing  a  hammer,  and  then  being  able  to   create  one  at  home.  Imagine  buying  a  musical   instrument  online,  and  then  manifes(ng  its  parts  right   in  your  studio.  Imagine  designing  a  sculpture,  and  then   seeing  it  brought  to  life  before  your  eyes.       Sounds  futuris(c,  right?  Well,  the  future  is  here—and  in   fact,  it’s  been  here  since  the  1980s,  when  the  three-­‐ dimensional  printer  was  first  developed.    
  3. 3. Three-­‐dimensional  prin(ng  technology  is  already  capable   of  crea(ng  simple  objects  made  from  materials  like  plas(c,   metal  and  rubber,  but  engineers  and  scien(sts  are   working  on  printers  that  can  also  create  organic  products   like  edible  meat  or  even  transplant  organs.       In  fact,  some  futurists  envision  a  world  where  3D  prin(ng   has  made  mass  manufacturing  and  shipping  obsolete  and   solved  urgent  problems  like  shortages  of  food  and   donated  organs.  To  be  clear,  this  version  of  the  future   remains  far  in  the  distance,  but  the  groundwork  has  been   laid.     Life-­‐changing  technology  
  4. 4. So  how  does  it  work?  Create  your  own  computer-­‐aided  design,  or   download  a  ready-­‐made  blueprint,  and  watch  as  your  printer   magically  manifests  your  object.  The  technology  behind  the  magic  is   called  addi(ve  manufacturing,  which  basically  means  you  print  the   object  by  layering  one  cross-­‐sec(on  of  maMer  upon  the  next.       Unlike  lightning-­‐fast  laser  paper  printers,  their  3D  cousins  are   significantly  slower.  It  can  take  hours  or  even  days  for  a  single  object   to  print.  (You  may  be  able  to  run  to  the  store  for  a  new  hammer   faster  than  you  can  print  one  at  home,  but  where’s  the  fun  in  that?)   Just  as  paper  printers  need  ink  cartridges,  3D  printers  need  prin(ng   supplies  too.  Most  non-­‐commercial  printers  create  objects  from   plas(c,  resin  or  metal.   3D  prin4ng,  explained  
  5. 5. You  can  enjoy  this  novel  technology  at  surprisingly  affordable  prices.       One  of  the  best  models  for  beginners  at  home  is  the  Printrbot   Simple  ($599).  True  to  its  name,  it  allows  users  to  create  simple   metal-­‐based  designs  with  ease.       The  FLASHFORGE  Dreamer  ($1,099)  is  a  favorite  for  its  ability  to   print  in  two  colors  of  filament.       For  something  even  more  advanced,  try  the  MakerBot  Replicator   ($2,899)  for  faster  speed,  improved  quality  and  more  choices  for   prin(ng  materials.   Hobbyists  at  home  

Ever wonder what all the buzz about 3D printing is about? Or maybe you're not even 100% sure what 3D printing is. Learn the basics about 3D printing and how to get started at home. View the full article at http://accent.chubb.com/3D-printing-explained and for more information on the world’s latest technology, check out http://accent.chubb.com/technology.

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