A common difference between a successful and a failed 3D print could be the appropriate 3D slicer settings. No wonder, whether you work on a desktop 3D printer or a commercial one, proper slicer settings are ought to be known by each and every user.
If we assess the advancements of ‘3D printing’ from 1980 till now, it has grown to mammoth from absolutely nothing.
Each and every time you use your 3D Printer to print an object, you always anticipate and deserve the best outcomes. This is what you think; isn’t it?
Hard to believe, yet as true as the universal truths. 3D Printing technology has brought a major revolution across the world and one of the most beneficiary industries in this is the healthcare sector.