A laser printer is the best option for creating models of objects that can be used in 3D printing, according to a new study.
The researchers found that the laser can produce more accurate prints with better quality and less energy consumption than commercial printers.
The researchers from the University of Dundee found that laser printing produces a more accurate model of the shape of a body, with a smaller surface area.
The study is published in the journal Plastics Today.
“A laser is able to create the most detailed 3D model of an object by using less energy and materials,” said Dr Peter Schilling, a professor in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at the University.
“This results in a higher print quality and better performance compared to commercial printers, which can produce a much lower quality and waste more materials.”
The main advantage of laser printing is the flexibility and the low cost,” he added.
The study is based on measurements of laser-printed models, which were taken at the National Laser Photonics Facility at the UK’s National University of Science and Technology.
The measurements are a step towards understanding how 3D printers work.”
We measured the output of a laser printer in a number of different ways, and the final product is much more accurate,” Dr Schilling said.”
These measurements were done using a large laser array.
The array has the same power as a human eye, and it produces a lot of light.
The laser is very light-sensitive, so it can be focused onto a small area.
“To print, you need to control where the light is directed.
This is achieved by controlling the angle of the laser, and using the amount of energy the laser has available.”
In a traditional laser printer, the angle is controlled by the speed of the light coming in.
In a laser system, it is controlled through the amount and location of the beams coming in from the source,” he said.
The results were based on measuring how much light was delivered to a specific part of a model and how it changed over time.
The model has a radius of 0.1 millimetres.”
For a model, we were able to measure the speed at which the laser was hitting the model, and we were also able to see how much heat was generated by the laser and how much energy was lost to the environment.
These measurements allowed us to understand how the model changes with the distance the laser is aimed,” Dr Martin Ritchie, a co-author of the study from the Department for Energy and Climate Change said.
A laser can be set to print a model at any distance from the user, or the distance it is aimed at.
The distance is controlled using the angle.
The angle determines how much the laser fires and how fast the laser moves.
“In fact, commercial printers are often more energy-intensive to print than lasers.””
The energy required for a laser is the equivalent of a large commercial printer and requires a lot more energy and material than a laser can use,” Dr Ritchie said.
“In fact, commercial printers are often more energy-intensive to print than lasers.”
Dr Ritchie also added that 3D printer manufacturers need to be more mindful of the impact of the energy they use.
“A laser printer’s energy efficiency depends on a number the size of the beam, how long the laser works and the size and type of material it uses.
The size of these parameters is what gives laser printers their efficiency,” he explained.
The team’s work is one of a number from the UK that uses laser printing technology to create 3D objects that look realistic.
In addition to the US, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and Denmark, the team also included Norway, Denmark, Finland, Germany and Sweden.
The research was funded by the British High Commission in Singapore.