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Package X3dForAdvancedModeling.AdditiveManufacturing

This chapter explores 3D printing of X3D models.

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Package X3dForAdvancedModeling.AdditiveManufacturing Description

This chapter explores 3D printing of X3D models.

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Active work is creating, archiving and modifying Additive Manufacturing (AM) example models that are suitable for 3D printing. Since many Additive Manufacturing designs are produced by Computer Aided Design (CAD) engineering tools, you might also look at the CAD examples and the X3D CAD Working Group.

Reference: Reese, Cody M., Remote Collaborative 3D Printing - Process Investigation, Technical Report TR-NAVFAC-EXWC-EX-1601, NAVFAC Engineering and Expeditionary Warfare Center (EXWC), Port Hueneme California, April 2016. From the abstract: "The intent of the project was to investigate the end-to-end process of transferring, receiving, manipulating, and printing a digital 3D model into an additively manufactured component. Several digital models were exchanged, and the steps, barriers, workarounds, and results have been documented." Numerous X3D examples, conclusions and recommendations are included.

Cleat Clamp, rendered by Okino NuGraf
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