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+ - Additive manufacturing method builds objects with 3D curves instead of 2D layers->

Submitted by Sabine Hauert
Sabine Hauert (2925227) writes "Mataerial is a new 3D printing method that uses extrusion technology and a two-component thermosetting polymer to build up objects on any working surface that the polymer can adhere to, including floors, walls and ceilings, without the need for additional support structures. While other 3D printing methods build up objects by successive 2D layering, this process truly builds up objects in all three dimensions: a script takes 3D models designed by the user in CAD software, converts them into 3D curves and then these 3D curves are converted into paths that are fed in the robotic arm. By combining these 3D curves, a variety of shapes can be achieved that would be impossible with other 3D printing methods."
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Additive manufacturing method builds objects with 3D curves instead of 2D layers

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