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Self-organized 3D-printing Patterns Simulated by Cellular Automata

Kanada, Y., 20th International Workshop on Cellular Automata and Discrete Complex Systems (Automata 2014), July 2014.
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Abstract: 3D printers are usually used for printing objects designed
by 3D CAD exactly, i.e., deterministically. However, 3D printing process
contains stochastic self-organization process that generate emergent
patterns. A method for generating fully self-organized patterns using a
fused deposition modeling (FDM) 3D printer has been developed. Melted
plastic filament is extruded constantly in this method; however, by using
this method, various patterns, such as stripes, splitting and/or merging
patterns, and meshes can be generated. A cellular-automata-based
computational model that can simulate such patterns have also been

3D 造形技術

キーワード: 3D 印刷, 3 次元印刷, 非同期セル・オートマトン, ランダム, ゆらぎ, Solid Free-form Fabrication, SFF, Fused deposition modeling, FDM



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