What is 3D Printing? 3D Printing is additive manufacturing process of making 3D objects by layering down successive layers of filament on top each other until the final object is created.
This website gives all the details about 3D Printing and how it is used today: https://3dprinting.com/what-is-3d-printing/
Some common uses of 3D Printing are:
- dental products
- architectural scale models
- prosthetics (artificial body parts)
For more simple info, watch this video:
3D Printing is also one of the main ways of creating products in manufacturing industry or others since it is very cheap to produce and is sometimes more durable than the original products.
Tinkercad: this is the basic software that beginners and intermediates use in order to understand how modeling works and how structures/shapes can be put together in many ways. (LINK:https://www.tinkercad.com)
Autocad: this is more complicated as it many more features and is has more complexities as how models can be created. This is for the professionals and job purposes like software services for the architecture, engineering, construction, manufacturing, media, education, and entertainment industries. (LINK:https://www.autodesk.com)