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Free directional robotic deposition - influence on overhang printability

Originální název

Free directional robotic deposition - influence on overhang printability

Anglický název

Free directional robotic deposition - influence on overhang printability

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

This article deals with a 3D printing strategy to reduce supports in the case of overhang geometry on 3D printed models realized by Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF). Experiments were performed to compare the conventional FFF proces (normal orientation to the platform) with a novel strategy of 3D printing using 6-axisi degrees of freedom to orient the nozzle close to the tangent direction of the 3D printed wall. The shape accuracy of the printed specimens was evaluated by an optical 3D scanner and the cross sections of the layers were observed by a digital microscope.

Anglický abstrakt

This article deals with a 3D printing strategy to reduce supports in the case of overhang geometry on 3D printed models realized by Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF). Experiments were performed to compare the conventional FFF proces (normal orientation to the platform) with a novel strategy of 3D printing using 6-axisi degrees of freedom to orient the nozzle close to the tangent direction of the 3D printed wall. The shape accuracy of the printed specimens was evaluated by an optical 3D scanner and the cross sections of the layers were observed by a digital microscope.

BibTex


@article{BUT152170,
  author="Petr {Krejčiřík} and David {Škaroupka} and David {Paloušek}",
  title="Free directional robotic deposition - influence on overhang printability",
  annote="This article deals with a 3D printing strategy to reduce supports in the case of overhang geometry on 3D printed models realized by Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF). Experiments were performed to compare the conventional FFF proces (normal orientation to the platform) with a novel strategy of 3D printing using 6-axisi degrees of freedom to orient the nozzle close to the tangent direction of the 3D printed wall. The shape accuracy of the printed specimens was evaluated by an optical 3D scanner and the cross sections of the layers were observed by a digital microscope.",
  address="MM (Modern Machinery) Science Journal",
  chapter="152170",
  doi="10.17973/MMSJ.2018_12_2018119",
  howpublished="online",
  institution="MM (Modern Machinery) Science Journal",
  number="12",
  volume="2018",
  year="2018",
  month="december",
  pages="2715--2721",
  publisher="MM (Modern Machinery) Science Journal",
  type="journal article in Scopus"
}