3D Industrial Printing is a manufacturing technology that is based on the addition of material, unlike traditional methods, where a three-dimensional object is created by superimposing successive layers of material. With the processes of subtraction, a lot of material is often lost. With 3D printing, instead, we only use the exact and necessary material.
At the design level, 3D printing is capable of creating extremely complex and even impossible ways to manufacture with traditional techniques. This allows us to create designs with more imagined geometries.
Currently, the three most common technologies of 3D printing are: FDM, SLA and SLS.