As a matter of fact, the most basic and easily identified process is referred to as deposition. And, this particular process has been employed by a number of printers of 3D at the entry level. This particular process is known to be extruding plastics, commonly ABS or PLA, in the form of filament by a heated extruder for the formation of layers and the creation of shape that are predetermined (Fitzgerald 2013). As there can be directly printing of parts, there is a possibility for producing very intricate and detailed objects, often in alignment with built- in functions and such that the need to assemble can be negated. However, another significant for laying stress is that none of the processes of 3D printing come as play and plug options until today. There are a number of steps to be considered before the print button is pressed and more often, it has been found that a number of individuals end up overlooking these. Apart from the facts related to designing for the technology of 3D printing that can be considered as demanding, preparation of file, and conversion can also be considered complicated and time- consuming (Fitzgerald 2013). This is specifically the situation for parts that require intricate supports in the duration of the process of building. However, there are continuous upgrades and updates of software for all of these functions, and there has been an improvement in the situation.
Further ahead, once they end up going off the printer, there will be a need for undergoing the finishing operations for a number of parts. Removal of support is known to be an obvious one for all of the processes that are in need for support, but other are known to be including paint, lacquer, sanding or other different categories of specific finishing touches traditionally. All of these have to be done by hand and there will be a significant need for patience, time and skill.