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Printer Technology
   Printer Technology       
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   Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM)       Fused deposition modeling (FDM) or fused filament fabrication (FFF) uses filament and a nozzle to produce a 3D object. 
   Selective Laser Sintering (SLS)       Selective laser sintering uses a laser and a powered material to selectively sinter the power. 
   Selective Laser Melting (SLM)       Selective laser melting uses a laser and a powdered material to selectively melt the powder. 
   Electronic Beam Melting (EBM)       Electronic beam melting uses a directed electron beam is used to melt the raw material. This method can produce full dense parts. 
   Laminated Object Manufacturing (LOM)       Laminated object manufacturing utilizes cutting and stacking adhered layers of material to create a 3D shape. 
   Binder Jetting (BJ)       Binder jetting uses a powder material and a binder that is jetted out to selectively bond the powder. 
   MultiJet Modeling (MJM)       Multi-jet modeling (MJM) or multi-jet printing (MJP) uses an inkjet type of jet to drop a liquid material which then cures. 
   Stereolithography (SLA)       Stereolithography uses a laser, DLP (digital light processing) projector other light source to selectively harden a photopolymerized liquid resin. 
   Other technology       Other unlisted additive manufacturing technology. 
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Size and Resolution
   Print size length       The limits of length of the object being manufactured. 
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   Print size width       The limits of width of the object being manufactured. 
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   Print size height       The limits of height of the object being manufactured. 
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   Resolution       The resolution of the object being printed. 
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   Materials per print       The number of materials that can be used in a single print. 
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Material Type
   Material Type       
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   Ceramic       Materials made of nonmetallic minerals, such as clay, that have been permanently hardened by firing at high temperature. Most ceramics resist heat and chemicals. 
   Composite       A solid material comprised of two or more substances that have distinct properties. When merged, each substance retains its own characteristics while imparting the entire composition with beneficial properties. For example, a plastic material in which a fibrous framework is embedded for greater structural stability. 
   Concrete       Concrete is a composite material, formed by mixing aggregates such as sand, gravel or crushed stone with a paste made of water and cement. 
   Glass       Glass is a hard, brittle material consisting of a mixture of silicates that is usually transparent or translucent. It is considered to be a cooled liquid rather than a true solid. 
   Metal       Any of various opaque, fusible, ductile, and typically lustrous substances that are good conductors of electricity and heat, form cations by loss of electrons, and yield basic oxides and hydroxides. Materials such as iron, copper, aluminum, titanium and others as well as alloys of multiple metals. 
   Plastic       Any of numerous organic, synthetic, or processed materials that are mostly thermoplastic or thermosetting polymers of high molecular weight that can be made into objects films or filaments. 
   Other       Other unlisted material. 
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