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Friday, August 23, 2013

When 3D Printing Goes Wrong (25 pics)

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

























3 comments:

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

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  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.

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  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.

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