Friday, August 23, 2013

When 3D Printing Goes Wrong (25 pics)

All of us will have this kind of the problems in the future.


  1. This is what happens when you try too hard to get something done. Too fast movement to cut at too high a speed.

  2. XD comment fail JD....3D printing doesn't cut anything, it builds it up from layers, one at a time. I don't pretend to know more than I do. I just watch How It's Made lol.

  3. Why not a 3D remover? Start with a block of solid material able to be cut by the 3D remover." With recent advances in control and motion technology, 5-axis water jet cutting (abrasive and pure) has become a reality. Where the normal axes on a water jet are named X (back/forth), Y(left/right) and Z (up/down), a 5-axis system will typically add an A axis (angle from perpendicular) and C axes (rotation around the Z-axis)"wikipedia wrote.