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FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling)
FDM uses thermoplastic filaments to build objects layer by layer. It's cost-effective, easy to use, and ideal for robust parts and prototypes. FDM has a wide material range but offers lower resolution and visible layer lines.

MSLA (Masked Stereolithography) MSLA uses LED screens to project UV light through an LCD mask, curing resin layer by layer. It offers higher speed and efficiency compared to traditional SLA, while still maintaining high resolution and smooth finishes. Ideal for detailed models and prototypes, MSLA is more cost-effective than SLA but requires similar post-processing. It's well-suited for intricate designs, though the range of materials is primarily limited to various types of resins.

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3D printing, a transformative technology, revolutionizes manufacturing by materializing imagination into reality. With its ability to fabricate intricate designs layer by layer, 3D printing offers unparalleled flexibility and customization, empowering innovators across industries. As Carl Bass aptly stated, “3D printing will be a bigger deal than the internet.” This quote encapsulates the profound impact that 3D printing is poised to have on our world, unlocking endless possibilities in design, production, and beyond.

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