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Development of a Robotic 3D Printing Polymer Extruder with Laser and FTIR for Nano-Manufacturing and Characterization

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  • Michail Beliatis
  • Jonas Lindberg, Department of Business Development and Technology, Danmark
  • Benedicte Østergaard, Department of Business Development and Technology, Danmark
  • Damian Pokorniecki, Department of Business Development and Technology, Danmark
  • Allan Gross
  • Mirko Presser
3D printing, especially Fused Deposition Modelling (FDM), offers great advantages when developing prototypes, depositing nanomaterials, and laser Nano-structuring. It can assist product development and Nano-manufacturing by offering low start-up costs, low manufacturing costs, and relatively low production times. However, some major disadvantages follow the technology when using the traditional 3-axis printers. This work presents the development cycle of a robotic 3D printer, as a technology that can combat these disadvantages. The process planning, execution, and documentation methods are presented, additionally, a working prototype is demonstrated along with recommendations and perspectives for further work on the subject
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelDevelopment of a Robotic 3D Printing Polymer Extruder with Laser and FTIR for Nano-Manufacturing and Characterization
ForlagIEEE
StatusAccepteret/In press - 6 jul. 2022

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