What is 3D Printing?

So What is 3D Printing? It is a process of converting a digital 3D Model( created by any 3D Modeling Software like Blender(https://www.blender.org/) into a 3-Dimensional solid touchable object. 

A 3D printing machine(aka 3D Printer) uses filament(ink) to print 3D Models. A filament in form of wires. Filaments are of various types like PLA, ABS, & so on.  It is one of the new technologies that generally called as 3D digital printing.

 

A 3D printer melts the filament to more than 200 Deg Celsius to print a 3D Object which we call as FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling). It has a robot arm that can move in XYZ directions.

In the following video, we are showing Creality Ender 3 Pro(https://www.creality3d.shop/products/creality3d-ender-3-pro-high-precision-3d-printer) . The Printing size of this is 220*220*250 mm / 8.6x8.6x9.8 inches 

Download Stl File

The above picture is of a 3D Printed Model.

We used Creality Ender 3 Pro with Prusa Slicer. Layer Height is  0.1 mm , Infill Density is 60% & Infill Pattern is Lines. For 3D Modeling, we used Blender. You can download stl file & edit as per your requirements