Jewelry is the industry which has adopted 3d printing on a very large scale. Most of the jewelry manufacturing units have 3d printers in house or are using 3d printing service bureaus for printing their models. This technology offers high productivity, better precision and details and ability to create intricate designs as compared to conventional handcrafting jewelry.
3D printers are used for making wax or resin patterns of jewelry which can be casted into gold, silver, brass, etc using lost wax casting method.
Printpack India technology and showcases high-tech printing, packaging and converting machines. Exhibitors present innovative developments with novel solutions keeping in mind cost-effectiveness and time saving in the production line. There will be a surfeit of computer solutions on display with live demonstrations for pre-press, in-press and post-press operations in printing and packaging.
Already for the thirteenth time the Printpack India takes place on 5 days from Sat., 04.02.2017 to Wed., 08.02.2017 in Greater Noida.
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Total Automation, viz., automation of (i) process and (ii) process planning, is the first advantage of 3D Printing that helps in the launch of new products ahead of competition. Direct assemblies, non-linear ducts (in axis and cross-section), affordable customization and light objects (through topological optimization with/without lattice structures) are some of its unique geometric capabilities. Apart from a variety of monolithic polymers, metals and ceramics, AM can realize Functionally Gradient Matrix (FGM) in density and composition. These unique ‘geometric’ and ‘matrix’ capabilities make AM one of the most disruptive technologies of this era alongside CAD, 3D Scanning, Smart Phones and Internet of Things (IoT). 3D Printing with the appropriate combination of the allied technologies, referred as Rapid Manufacturing (RM), can produce anything that can be modeled in a computer.