3d Printer Thesis

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The post thermal curing and polymer degradation at 3D-printed ceramic parts is studied in this Master thesis work.With the newly tailored slurry, consisting from the acrylate-monomer body and aluminium oxide particles, the heat treatment’s total time was reduced significantly compared to the commercial Lithoz Gmb H’s slurries.

The post thermal curing and polymer degradation at 3D-printed ceramic parts is studied in this Master thesis work.

In some cases the object’s geometry could be pathological and not allow a smooth non-planar extrusion due to collisions.For ceramics, there is still a lot to study before its potential in ceramic manufacturing can be acquired.Stereolithography (SLA) is one method to 3D-print ceramics.The overall processing time of the ceramic 3D-printing is long, even small component takes over a week to process.This is because of the heat treatments that are necessary for the process takes long time.This results in highly noticeable “steps” appearing on the surface.Some have resorted to post-processing techniques to eliminate these unsightly structures.This is thesis project page of Elizabeth Slavkovsky who wrote this thesis towards a masters in the Graduate program for Mathematics for teaching.The thesis subject is on 3D printing (a special case of rapid prototyping) in education and has the title: Some polyhedra : Click on the white pictures to get the STL file which can be 3D printed.These monomer solutions can be the same as used in the plastic stereolithography 3D-printing.Usually the main components of the monomer solution are acrylates, methacrylates or epoxies.

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