3D printing vs injection molding
by SMEBOOK (admin) · May 18, 2020
Both, 3D Printing & Injection Molding, are manufacturing processes that are widely used across the different industries to create objects. Although 3D printing is based on the principle of creating or building an object by the layer-by-layer process, whereas injection molding basically uses the objects' inverse mold that can handle the molten material to build a subjected material. Once the molten is poured into the mold it is kept for cooling, once it gets cooled, the finished product is ready.
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