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Future of 3D printing  

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Future of 3D printing

In my normal day, I read multiple sites and came across this article on MIT and their design thoughts on 3D printers and makeing them easier.

MIT breakthrough means there's no material too weird for 3D printing

From part of the article.

In a paper published in the journal Integrating Materials and Manufacturing Innovation, the researchers said: "Our method allows us to successfully find process parameters, using one set of input parameters, across all of the machine and material configurations that we tested, even in materials that we had never printed before.

"Rather than using direct parameters in FFF printing, which is time-consuming to tune and modify, it is possible to deploy machine-generated data that captures the fundamental phenomenology of FFF to automatically select parameters."

Here is the link to the research paper.

Online Measurement for Parameter Discovery in Fused Filament Fabrication

This will take much of the hard work from 3D printing away. 


Posted : 17/04/2024 1:05 am