New method for ‘bone-like’ shell & infill optimization results in stronger 3D printed parts

New method for 'bone-like' shell & infill optimization results in stronger 3D printed parts

Researchers from the Technical University of Delft and the Technical University of Denmark have developed a new way to create bone-like porous infill in 3D printed parts. The technique can be achieved on several kinds of 3D printer. Earlier this year, we reported on an exciting 3D printing research project involving several European technical universities. Seeking to create realistic bone-like structures, the group developed a novel way to produce bone-like porous infill, resulting in strong and lightweight 3D printed parts whose infill is tailored to the object. That same research group has now returned with a major improvement to […]

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