How Resin 3D Printing can be used in the Design Industry•
Posted on March 26 2021
Want to create unconventional designs that stand out? Why not turn to resin 3D printing?
Resin 3D printing makes it possible for you to create designs that you can actually touch and feel with your own hands. Architectural designs, packaging designs, typography, and even visual aids are just a few designs that can easily be brought to life at a touch of a button.
With 3D printing, designers have the chance to create digital versions of their designs before printing them out to see how their physical designs will look like.
Instead of starting the entire process from scratch, designers can now easily tweak their creations digitally to ensure that the final result is perfect.
Let’s take a look at how resin 3D printing can be used in the design industry:
Customized Product Designs
With 3D printing, you can use your creativity to create out-of-the-box designs. As long as you can draw it on CAD software, you can print it out to see how it looks in real life.
Depending on your needs, you’re free to create elaborate designs or simple designs in a much more efficient way, instead of being restricted by traditional means.
3D printing gives us the opportunity to create personalized designs that showcase your personality. For example, you can print out designs such as lithophane lamps or LED light art. Lithophane lamps can be used to display your most treasured photos or any other designs you like while LED light art can be used to showcase your unique personality.
3D Printing: An Architectural Revolution
Architects are also turning to 3D printing to create highly detailed architectural prototypes to showcase to both clients and planners what the finished building will look like. Tangible architectural models present customers with a realistic vision of what the buildings will look once it's ready.
In addition to being labor-intensive, traditional architecture prototypes are costly and take much more time to build. With 3D printing, architectural prototypes are produced in just hours instead of weeks or months.
Even after the building has been constructed, 3D printed prototypes can always be preserved either for collection purposes or to use as a reference while designing other buildings in the future.
In the long run, a 3D printer is much more cost-effective than traditional architectural prototyping methods as you get to create designs in-house. Prototypes can now be created at a fraction of a cost than previously possible.
LCD 3D printing reduces the costs of the manufacturing process as designers no longer need to send over their designs for someone else to create a prototype for them, they can do it themselves.
Once you purchase a 3D printer, you can set it up in your workspace and you’re good to go.
Create Eye-Catching 3D Typography
Want to create eye-catching advertisements, posters, billboards, or decorative pieces? Resin 3D printing is here to make your creations pop.
Designers can unleash their creativity and print out letters, texts, and alphabets with different shapes, sizes, fonts, and designs and rearrange them so that they stand out.
3D Printed Packaging Designs & Prototypes
When creating packaging prototypes and designs, designers typically have to create a large number of prototypes to test how the packaging of the product will look before picking the final version.
Using CAD software, designers can draw out detailed packaging designs and print them out to test out how the physical design will look like. Designers can also add distinct shapes or patterns to their packaging designs.
As resin itself comes in a variety of colors, it can also be used to imitate different packaging materials. For instance, Phrozen’s Clear Resin can be used to showcase a transparent design while Aqua-Gray 4K or even Rock-Black Stiff Resin can be used to present opaque designs.
With LCD 3D printing, you get to print out a large number of packaging designs in one go. You get to save time as your designs can now be created in a matter of hours.
This means you can spend more time coming up with more creative and innovative ideas and print them out yourself instead of waiting for weeks or months for a manufacturing firm to create your prototypes. The process still takes a while to be completed as designers usually send their designs back and forth between the manufacturing firms for additional changes. Not only is the manufacturing process time-consuming, it’s also costly.
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