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3D Printing

3D printing is a newer manufacturing process that allows for the creation of a product from a raw material.  It uses fiber/filament material that can be made of many substances.  The 3D Printer uses the fiber/filament material to build up a physical product in many thin layers of material deposits from a 3D digital model.

Additonal information on 3D Printing

The Free Beginner's Guide - 3D Printing


Assembling is the manufacturing process where seperate pieces are put together to create a new product.  There are a variety of methods of "attachment".  Some of these methods are:  


  • Welding

  • Soldering

  • Fastening

  • Adhesives

  •  Stapling

  • etc.

Injection Molding

Injection molding is the manufacturing process where plastics pellets are melted and injected under pressure into a closed die, possibly with multiple cavities, to create a product.  The closed die used to create such products requires a significant investment of time and money to create.

Additional Information on Injection Molding

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