3D Printing Makes Solar Power Less Expensive, Gives Wider Range
Natural Gas and Electricity
The 3D‐printing process involves making a three‐dimensional solid object from a digital design/model. It leads a revolution in today's manufacturing industry. A 3D model is implemented via computer‐aided design software and then sent to the 3D printer. The printer sets down layers of filament materials to build the model from a series of cross‐sections. Various 3D‐printing methods have been invented since the 1970s. The whole 3D‐printing process is explained in brief in Exhibit 1.
"3D Printing Makes Solar Power Less Expensive, Gives Wider Range."
Natural Gas and Electricity, 33 (7): 20-24.