By applying stereo Cuban printing technology, a technology company, for the first time in the world, it is possible to create diamonds in every desired shape!
As the hardest material in nature, diamonds not only top the world of jewelry, but also play an important, irreplaceable role in the industrial sector of the world, typically becoming tongues. knives to cut hard materials or to make parts that are constantly subject to abrasion.
However, the hardness of diamond is both an advantage and a disadvantage , because cutting, bending this kind of material into the desired shape is really difficult, especially when those are complex shape.
By using 3D printing techniques, a technology company has recently succeeded in producing artificial diamonds with the desired shape, thereby resolving the long-standing weakness of diamonds, opening up Major breakthroughs for many industrial sectors in the world.
The key to this diamond 3D printing method is the stereoscopic printing technique . Simply understood, from a digital design in a computer, 3D printers will use photosensitive liquid polymers (freeze when exposed to ultraviolet rays) as ink and create objects in layers one by one!
Discover the diamond produced by the world's first 3D printing technology in the video below: