Thursday, October 21, 2021

3D Printing and the Textile sector when connects imagination and reality

3D Printing is one of the milestones in the history of human civilization. This 3D Printing is called a pillar of the 4th industrial revolution in front of us. This type of 3D Printing or three-dimensional Printing makes it possible for the human brain to visualize instantaneous objects. Why is this 3D Printing now a sensitive subject? Let’s find out.

In 2021, we can currently make our favorite home furniture, food utensils, and various aesthetic ideas come true with the help of only a 3D printing machine, which no one could have imagined in the 1900s. Even 3D printing technology is now being used extensively commercially to bring new business products to market. Global 3D Printing had a market capitalization of ৭৮ 13.6 billion in 2020, expected to grow by 21 percent to 41 billion in 2028.

Unique applications of 3D Printing

Already been completed unique applications of 3D Printing following: –

● 3D Printing is used to create special quality devices on a large scale to modify the properties of particle particles at the nanoscale. For example – The framework of 3D printed graphene oxide in Li-CO2 battery. 

● US-based construction technology company ICON is already working on a project to build homes in various poorer parts of the world using 3D printing robotics. 

● 3D Printing has also made an enormous contribution to the mission of human colonization on Mars announced by Elon Musk. Surprisingly, Research is underway to bring the physical nutrition that astronauts need to travel to and live on Mars from suitable food particles in 3D printed form. Because spacecraft takes 32 months to reach Mars, time to get there + time to stay + time to return. If the same foods with nutrients can be effectively consumed in the space confined by the spacecraft. That’s why scientists are looking for 3D printed foods, as well as 3D printing drugs. The 3D -the printed drug will make the human mission on Mars a success.

● Famous motor company FORD has changed the parking brake system in their particular SHELBY GT-500 model car through 3D Printing in the digital light synthesis (DLS) process. Also, BMW, Volkswagen, and their industry are using 3D printing technology to increase revenue and create environmentally friendly parts. NASA has given more importance to 3D Printing of general processing in making different parts of the rocket.

Working principle of 3D printing machine: –

A 3D printer machine prints 3D in 3 basic steps. 

Using these three steps, you or I can create the object of any three-dimensional structure in a blink of an eye, but it requires a 3D printer. Let’s talk a little about the steps.

Industry interests in using 3D technology: –

  The main goal of every manufacturing industry is to run the machinery in an environmentally friendly way while providing high-quality income to the customers and keeping the environment free from pollution. Reducing the cost of daily production and refining the waste, and using it in production again. The technology of 3D printing has become one of the ways to meet these goals because 3D Printing does not have to dispose of waste. The whole mechanism depends on the product. The amount of one hair is not more or less wasted. The current general preparation work has different stages requiring most skilled workers, but 3D printing technology has relatively few steps. The minority of skilled workers can create the desired result. For these reasons, the current industries are embracing 3D printing technology.

3D Printing in the textile world

3D Printing in the textile world: –  The textile sector is a groundbreaking branch of 3D printing technology and the use of biomedical, motor vehicles, spacecraft. The flexibility of fiber in the intelligent textile sector, Research on 3D printing technology is ongoing due to the firm’s limitations. However, in the textile sector, work is underway to integrate 3D printed parts and parts made of textile fiber as small textile products. However, polyester is more widely used as a polymer in footwear than in textiles. It is relatively easy to use 3D printing technology in footwear. However, in the protective textile sector-3D printing technology is used in the surgical textile sector. In defense systems, 3D printing technology is use to create bulletproof vests. And in 3D Printing, a variety of bulletproof vests with fine nozzles or needles are made of solid metal with a 3D printer.

In the world of textiles, 3D printed fabrics are similar to those made using our previous textile fibers. Which are relatively difficult to wear. The polyester material is not usually suitable for us to wear. Surprising information, however, is that many fashion designers have already invented 3D printed clothing. There has a lot of disputes about them. These have made us more interested in using 3D printing technology in the modern world.

Textile fabric knitting

Imagine for a second you transposed you into the karmic-driven world of Earl. We may be moving towards that fourth industrial revolution when it becomes possible.

We  involves in two textiles because the textile fabric we get by knitting, weaving turns into wearable apparel. And we make the garment attractive by applying an artistic attitude. But what if we get the textile product directly in 3D instead of T2D. Such questions are of concern because the construction of 2D textiles requires many steps, many skilled workers, and many instruments. Still, if we can do it through 3D Printing, our production cost will come down. And we can easily dress according to the artistic attitude of everyone.


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