3D Printing - LET YOUR DESIGNS SPEAK
3D Printing is revolutionizing the Design and manufacturing industry in many ways.
From Concept Models to Finished products, 3D Printed parts are rapidly replacing
traditional components! Today, 3D printing technologies have allowed an ever-growing
number of creators, designers, engineers, physicians, researchers, academics and
manufacturers to unleash and multiply the benefits of rapid in-house 3D printing
across the entire creation process.
CADD Centre is the only organization addressing end to end design needs offering
customers the state-of-the-art multifunction systems not just in 2D Wide Format
Printers but also in 3D Printers. For several years now, CADD Centre has been partnering
with leading 3D Printer OEMs from Europe and U.S.A. CADD Centre addresses customer
requirements in the 3D printer space across several industry segments like product
design, rapid prototyping, manufacturing, education, jewellery, healthcare, architecture
and consumer products.
The CADD Centre Plasto 200 is an affordable, easy to use 3D Printer. With a large
build size and rugged construction (Made in Europe), it is an ideal choice of every
design and manufacturing company and offers an array of benefits – immediate design
validation. Quick form and fit, better communication, increased innovation and higher
speed to market.
Most prominent users include leading companies and designers from
Rapid prototyping is a group of techniques used to quickly fabricate a scale model
of a physical part or assembly using three-dimensional computer aided design (CAD)
data. Construction of the part or assembly is usually done using 3D printing or
“additive layer manufacturing” technology
The CADD Centre Plasto 200 is a perfect fit to turn out quick parts exported from
a CAD Design software. The Plasto 200 is integrated with a 3dP application that
accepts STL files from all CAD softwares like CATIA, Pro Engineer, Inventor, 3dsMax,
Autodesk Maya and so on. A good STL file fed in to the Plasto 200 becomes a great
prototype within minutes.
Future applications for 3D printing might include creating open-source scientific
equipment to create open source labs or other science-based applications like reconstructing
fossils in palaeontology, replicating ancient and priceless artefacts in archaeology,
reconstructing bones and body parts in forensic pathology, and reconstructing heavily
damaged evidence acquired from crime scene investigations. The technology is also
currently being researched for building construction.
3D printing is the latest technology making inroads into the classroom. 3D printing
allows students to create prototypes of items without the use of expensive tooling
required in subtractive methods. Students design and produce actual models they
can hold. The classroom environment allows students to learn and employ new applications
for 3D printing.
Students discover the capabilities with 3D printing. Engineering and design principles
are explored as well as architectural planning. Students recreate duplicates of
museum items such as fossils and historical artefacts for study in the classroom
without possibly damaging sensitive collections. Other students interested in graphic
designing can construct models with complex working parts. 3D printing gives students
a new perspective with topographic maps. Science students can study cross-sections
of internal organs of the human body and other biological specimens. And chemistry
students can explore 3D models of molecules and the relationship within chemical
Among architects 3D printing has become more and more popular over the last few
years. Although a 3D printer is not to be ‘expected’ in every architects’ office
yet, that will probably change soon.The design process in which architects are involved
takes a lot of time and is often very stressful, handmade Styrofoam scale models
are a waste of precious time in that sense. To save some of their valuable time,
many architects already adopted 3D printing into their design process, the emergence
of affordable desktop 3D printers made this possible.
Besides the time-saving value of 3D printed scale models, the advantage of the 3D
printing technique could go beyond this practical use. It also enables architects
to experiment with complex shapes and forms. At this moment leading architects in
Europe are developing parametric design models within the 3D BIM software, this
means that one computer model serves all; plans, renderings and 3d print files to
inform the client. The BIM model not only immediately generates the 3d printing
file, but also all the drawings for the constructor to start building. ‘The 3D printer
becomes more and more important for me as a part of the design process. Changes
to a design can go very quickly on the computer without noticing the spatial consequences,
a quick 3D print helps me to see and understand the computer model.
3D PRINTER FOR ARCHITECTS
The CADD Centre Plasto 200 is an affordable desktop printer ideal to take the first
step in discovering the possibilities of 3D printing. It is compatible with a.o.
ABS, PLA, Nylon, Laybrick & Laywood.
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