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Developing Revolutionary 3D Design and Printing Methods

Kanada, Y., BIT’s 1st Annual International Congress of 3D Printing, Dalian, China, June 27-29, 2014.

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Abstract – Conventional 3D design methods design only the surface of 3D objects and conventional 3D printing methods only slice and print 3D objects horizontally. We in Dasyn.com develop new 3D design methods that enable designing real 3D objects including the internal structures and textures, and develop new 3D printing methods that enable printing patterns with non horizontal directions. The “real 3D design method” makes transparent objects and objects with holes much more realistic, and the non-horizontal 3D printing method enables naturally-directed objects such as 3D calligraphies. We also develops a naturally randomized or fluctuated 3D printing method. We seek partners who will develop applications of these methods.

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Introduction to this research theme: 3D shape formation technologies

Keywords: 3D printing, Solid Free-form Fabrication, SFF, Fused deposition modeling, FDM, Transparent plastic

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Objects printed by using the new direction-specified design and printing technology are sold in Dasyn Yahoo! Japan shop.


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