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In the history of manufacturing, subtractive methods have often come first. The province of machining (generating exact shapes with high precision) was generally a subtractive affair, from filing and turning through milling and grinding.


However, the real integration of the newer additive technologies into commercial production is essentially a matter of complementing subtractive methods rather than displacing them entirely. Predictions for the future of commercial manufacturing, starting from today’s already- begun infancy period, are that manufacturing firms will need to be flexible, ever-improving users of all available technologies in order to remain competitive.


Not everybody can afford or is willing to buy their own 3D printer. Does this mean you cannot enjoy the possibilities of 3D printing? No, not to worry. Chee Corp. will do this for you! When, for instance, you have an architecture practice and you need to build model scales, it is very time consuming doing this the old fashioned way. You can send your digital model to Chee Corp. and we print the building on scale for you to use in client presentations. These kind of services can already be found in a lot of different industries like dental, medical, entertainment and art.


3D printing technology is based on the cultivation of solid objects layer by layer from different materials. Three-dimensional model of the printed plastic, concrete, hydrogel, metal and even living cells and chocolate. The 3D-printer can print products for different spheres of consumers. Chee Corp. works with the representative of 3D printers - Ultimaker 2+.






Chee Corp. use plastic known as ABS, PLA and NYLON.



ABS (Acrylonitrile-Butadiene Styrene) is one of the best supplies for 3D printing. This plastic is odorless, non-toxic, impact resistant and elastic. ABS plastic melting temperature is from 240 ° C to 248 ° C. He enters the retail sale as powder or thin plastic filaments wound onto bobbins. 3D model of the ABS-plastics are durable, but can not tolerate direct sunlight. With such a plastic can be obtained only opaque pattern.



PLA (PolyLactic Acid) is a biopolymer, i.e., a biodegradable plastic. It is made from renewable raw materials such as cornstarch or sugarcane. The material melts in the range of 180°C – 230°C and it is considered to be more ecologically friendly than ABS – after all, it’s made from plants.



Polyamide, also known as Nylon, is a popular synthetic polymer used in many industrial applications. With nylon 3D printer filament, you have a cost-effective plastic that’s strong, light, flexible, and wear resistant. It’s also less brittle than PLA or ABS. Also, it’s stronger and more durable than the two.