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Printed optics is a new obtaining using 3D printing which create custom optical elements for interactive devices. It’s directly embedded in the body of an interactive device with the elements of sensing, illumination, display. Through using all of these elements components (custom optical sensors, novel illumination techniques, robust embedded and unique display surfaces) can be shaped for rapid, customized interactive devices, high fidelity.

Which is 3D printed in their entirety, optics printed part of vision for the production of interactive devices. In this digital world should maintain user requirements. So future devices will be founded demand of user-specific form and functionality.

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Furthermore besides these interactive devices of 3D printed Disney researchers developed a light bulb which is known by a handful light bulb, an easy metaphor for their sagacity. For 3D printing photo polymer materials ranging is quickly expanded besides the deformable rubber, optical-quality transparent plastic and bio compatible polymers. Which are particularly the higher resolution and its printing always helps to create smooth models without any internal gaps.

All optical elements capable and can be deceptive with the combine multiple chemical ingredients in a single model. In 3D printers we can use at least two materials concurrently; one is the model material and another is the support material. Model material is independent and it’s used and constitutes the main model for itself. On the other hand support material is a sacrificial material which provides structural support under model overhang. Support materials are always removed after printing process finished and 3rd material utilize its air, used to guide. Again 3D printer can to combine with the optical quality transfer printers.

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