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By Christopher Barnatt

Development at the luck of its prior versions, this publication offers an in depth assessment of 3D printing applied sciences, coupled with an in depth research of the 3D printing undefined, ratings of case examples, and broader predictions for the way forward for additive production. additionally incorporated are a word list of 172 3D printing phrases, and an intensive 3D Printing listing.

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3D Printing Third Edition

Development at the good fortune of its prior variants, this publication offers an intensive assessment of 3D printing applied sciences, coupled with a close research of the 3D printing undefined, rankings of case examples, and broader predictions for the way forward for additive production. additionally integrated are a thesaurus of 172 3D printing phrases, and an intensive 3D Printing listing.

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The result is a piece of desktop hardware that can 3D print fiber reinforced nylon objects that are stiffer than aluminium. The creation of highly specialist plastic composite 3D printing materials is likely to become a major area of development. Signalling the direction of travel, in 2014 a company called 3DXTech launched two carbon nanotube reinforced filaments called 3DXNano ESD ABS and 3DXNano ESD PETG. These are composites of carbon nanotubes mixed with the thermoplastics ABS or PETG, and allow low-cost 3D printers to fabricate parts that offer electrostatic discharge (ESD) protection.

Indeed, as I shall discuss in chapter 7, it is theoretically possible that future domestic fabricators will cultivate their own bioplastic filaments. WOOD & METAL COMPOSITE FILAMENTS At the consumer and prosumer end of the material extrusion marketplace, one of the most notable developments over the past few years has been the arrival of specialist composite filaments. These combine a thermoplastic with another material, and increasingly offer amazing new low-cost 3D printing possibilities. As the name suggests, Laywood is a composite of wood (effectively sawdust) and a thermoplastic, and can be 3D printed to make objects that actually feel and smell like wood.

Once printout and post-processing is complete, LCM results in objects that are made entirely of a ceramic material. CONTINUOUS LIQUID INTERFACE PRODUCTION (CLIP) Seeking to develop a 3D printing technology that can produce final parts with the same surface and material qualities as injection molding, a company called Carbon3D has developed a technology known as ‘CLIP’. Standing for ‘continuous liquid interface production’, this is pretty similar in its physical logistics to inverted stereolithography (and DLP projection), but places a ‘dead zone’ of uncured resin between the bottom of the vat and the object being printed.

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