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The printer is one of the best inventions of the 20th century. Life was so difficult for the learned people before the invention of printers as they had to travel, look for a printing press and get their writings printed. However, after the arrival of the computers and printers, printing jobs became very much easier. Taking a copy of what you write started first with printing press later to that came the idea of xerography. After that, the printers were launched. HP released the first ink-jet printer during the 1970’s. Since then the scope of printers has evolved a lot. Now the printers have landed in the idea of 3D printing technology. The 3D printing is the process of making a physical object from a three-dimensional figure, typically by laying down many thin layers of material in succession

How 3D printers work:

A 3D printer bisects the object into thousands of tiny scales and processes them.
The process goes bottom-up slice by slice, to create the effect of a 3D image.

The processing time that a 3D printer takes can be long sometimes. Because the 2D image of the same can be complex, turning them into perfect 3D images can become complicated.

It divides the object into various parts as defined.For example, let’s take a motor-bike. The object is bifurcated into various parts processing it separately to get the exact output.

A 3D printer might take longer than a normal printer as it got a tough job to do.
If the 2D image of an object is tough, the 3D presentation of the same can be even more complex.
After the processing stage is over, the expected image is ejected.

The 3D printers have come as such a boon to the field of architectural visualization. They have become so imperative as a hand-drawn 3D image take hours together. The Artificial intelligence of the printers is designed in such a way that they can process complex images that human minds can’t even decipher.

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