Functional Design for 3D Printing

Functional Design for 3D Printing
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Adrienne Smyth
التاريخ
9 يناير 2021
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Functional Design for 3D Printing
Designing printed things for everyday use
Second Edition
Edited by Adrienne Smyth
Table of Contents
Introduction:
Forward, or notes to professional users
Chapter I:
The Medium
Chapter II:
Designing for the FFM Process
Chapter III:
Design Paradigms
Chapter IV:
Fastening and joinery
Chapter V:
Engineered design features
Chapter VI:
Designing for fit
Chapter VII:
Understanding the slicer
APPENDIX II:
Glossary:
About the author
Glossary:
Adhesion (bed)
The degree that the printed part adheres to the bed surface, allowing printing to
continue.
Aliasing (errors)
In 3D printing, errors in the printing of a shape caused by the transition of one layer to
the next. Very similar to pixelization or blockiness caused by resolution limitations in
images.
Anisotropic
Non-uniform, different in some dimensions than others. Anisotropy in 3D printing
usually refers to the characteristics of 3D printed parts that result from being constructed
in layers.
Artifacts, Artif acting
Small errors, usually extra lumps or bulges of extruded material caused by
imperfections in the printing process. Can be minimized by thoughtful design and good
slicing software.
Bridging
Printing over a gap between two structures, without any supporting structures underneath.
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