Welcome to the blog of Kreate! With this blog we hope to provide you with some insights, expertise and knowledge about 3D printing.
3D printing is an emerging and very exciting new way of production. The variable scale of the printing technology means that there is a way for almost anybody to get one and try it out. However, it is not as easy as people sometimes make it out to be. You have to think about using the right material, its properties, the printer setup and more. Before you embark on your 3D printing adventure, discover Kreate 3D’s 5 biggest 3D printing tips & tricks below, after 2 years of operation!
We are currently more than a year into the global COVID-19 pandemic, and a lot has changed in our daily lives. We (mostly) work from home, kids are familiar with zoom-classes, take out diner became a regularity, and no one likes the world ‘bubbles’ anymore. One thing that has not been transformed at the same pace though, is our global supply chain system.
3D printing has earned its place next to Injection Molding because of the advantages it provides. 3D printing in combination with Injection Molding unlocks new possibilities for customer experience in terms of speed and customization options.
When customers come to us, they often pose the question if we can print an object for them if they don’t have an object file or a design that suits their needs. Kreate 3D offers a design service that can meet those requirements ranging from non-functional parts to functional parts.
3D printing tends to take a lot of time to produce a high quality object. Moreover, the materials used in these prints are relatively expensive. To compensate for those restraints 3D printed objects are not printed as a solid object but rather as a hollow object filled with various kinds of geometric shapes to optimise print time and material use.