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FDM V.S. SLA | WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THESE TWO LEADING PRINTING TECHNOLOGIES?

3D printing, also known as additive manufacturing technology, gains its momentum in most recent years. Based on digital model files, 3D printers are capable to use some cohesible materials like alloyed powder or non-metal stuff to construct a 3D model through layer-by-layer printing method. First, 3D printers will analyze the online digital model files while processing them into slice pieces, and then according to the systematic route the printing head will move while extruding fused filaments out of the nozzle, and the machine will start constructing. FDM (Fuse Deposition Modeling) and SLA (Stereolithography) are the two most common printing technologies...