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3D printing on complex and bent surfaces

 

 

This 3D printer with a moveable arm can print on every surface. Which makes it possible to print on existing objects.


The TU Delft Robotics Institute (robotics.tudelft.nl) developed in collaboration with Océ Technologies a working prototype of a novel 3D printer using a multiple degrees of freedom robot arm combined with a high performance printing head of Océ.

 

The robot arm moves the printing head along complex, curved trajectories which has a number of benefits compared to the currently used 3D printers in which the printing head can only move along straight lines in a grid pattern.

This novel way of printin

g not only reduces the printing time and improves the quality of the printed surface, but it also allows printing on existing objects, with a variety of new applications such as the repair of cracks, coating, restoration, etc.


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3D Printing en Africa | I'm Not a Working Class Hero

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Elasto Plastic, el nuevo material para las impresoras 3D

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Se llama Elasto Plastic, y es la nueva apuesta de la firma Shapeways para los proyectos de impresión en 3D.

Este nuevo plástico es elástico hasta cierto punto y tienememoria, con lo cual mantiene la forma ...


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3D Printing: Una oreja bionica que escucha mejor que el oído humano

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3D printing meets synthetic biology

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"In the very near future scientists will be able to design and 3D print synthetic DNA, at least that’s what Craig Venter is forecasting.

 Venter has been lauded as one of the most seminal figures in modern biology. He came to fame for being the leader of the first team to sequence the human genome. Since then Venter has turned his interests towards synthetic biology. Essentially, Venter and his colleagues design and construct biological devices and systems that behave in a pre-programmed manner. The idea of synthetic biology has been around since 1974, but has only recently started to mature. Venter created the first synthetic organism in 2010. According to Venter, the widespread use of synthetic organisms might be just around the corner. Even more astonishing, he believes extra-terrestrial life could soon be synthesized, and 3D printed by robots like the Curiosity Rover. “The day is not far off when we will be able to send a robotically controlled genome-sequencing unit in a probe to other planets to read the DNA sequence of any alien microbe life that may be there,” claims Venter…."


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Low-cost 3D Printing for Science, Education and Sustainable ...

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