How about 3D printers using FDM Technology?

Printing is also known as additive manufacturing. It is a general-purpose technique for structural objects based on digital model files and using glued metal or non-metal bonding materials. The 3D printer will slice the digital model, and then let the printhead repeatedly lay the data on the printing plate according to the preset track and blend the successive data layers.

Until after all, a three-dimensional model is formed. Melt stacking and light curing skills are the two most common 3D printing skills on the market today. Because the skills development process of the two is long-term, whether it is a professional or amateur, when you touch the 3D printer, these two skills are generally used as the entry point, so they are also the most sophisticated 3D printing skills.
Whether for prototyping, model presentation or general-purpose parts production, although both can print similar parts for the user, how to choose the most suitable 3D process and materials during the production process is still Demand pays attention to many details. Let's take a look at the advantages and disadvantages of these two processes and how they should be used.
The principle of 3D printer operation is to extrude the molten thermoplastic onto the 3D printing platform and lay it layer by layer until it forms the final 3D model. The variety of 3D printers using FDM skills is complex, from the more common ABS, PLA to composite materials doped with a variety of enhanced powders, making FDM3D printers a wide range of applications.