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Direction-specified 3D Printing and Design Methods

Kanada, Y., 2015 JSME Annual Meeting, S044 Next Generation 3D Printing, 2015-9 (in Japanese).

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Abstract: In 3D printing methods such as FDM, the direction of printing dominates the appearance and the nature of the printed objects. However, the direction cannot be specified in conventional 3D-printing methods. In this presentation, methods for designing and printing direction-specified 3D objects and the advantages of these methods are described.

Introduction to this research theme: 3D shape formation technologies

Keywords: Printing direction specification, Direction-specified design, Additive manufacturing, AM, Computer-aided design, CAD

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