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    Rapid prototyping (RP) is a technology that began in the late 1980s as a way to produce models and prototype parts in an industrial setting. More recently, it has begun to be used as a practical way to address the complications of different types of fractures in hopes that it can help to reduce operating time and also positively influence patient outcomes and reduce complications. It has also been used as a method to produce made-to-order surgical guides, fixtures, and surgical tools for use in the operating room. While there are many combinations of materials and fabrication methods that can be used, the basic premise of RP is the same. Rapid prototypes are accurate reproductions, often to scale, of virtual models obtained through CT data.…

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    Essay On 3d Printing

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    Military: - 3D printing technology has the potential to play a crucial role in combat. Military applications often need custom designed and miniaturized units. 3D printing can support rapid production and development to fulfill the specialized functional requirements of the military. Army is already using 3D printing in combat zones. 3D printing can influence strategies and tactics of future aerial combat and Air Force is looking into the advanced manufacturing capabilities that 3D printing has…

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    1.0 Introduction: Digital Painting is a method of creating an art object (painting) digitally and/or a technique for making digital art in the computer. It adapts traditional painting mediums such as acrylic paint, oils, ink, watercolor, and so on. As a technique, it refers to a computer graphics software program that uses a virtual canvas and virtual painting box of brushes, colors and other supplies. The virtualbox contains many instruments that do not exist in the world, and which give a…

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    “3D printing is an additive (layer-by-layer) manufacturing method that creates 3- dimensional objects using a printer from a digital file.”[1] It allowed manufacturing to use less tooling; to be more cost effective due to the reduced amount of raw material needed; and also to be able to manufacture complex shaped objects that traditional molding could not achieve.[2] However, 3D printing doesn’t only rely on one single technique. There are different types of techniques that would deliver the…

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    This research’s problem statement investigates the ability to connect a 3D printed model to the 3D printer used for its production. The main objective focused on identification of physical characteristics of the 3D printed model that are caused by a specific 3D printer parameter. Two 3D printers were utilized in this research. The first is a Printrbot 3D printer (model 1404) running Marlin Firmware (version: 1.0.0 bedlevel metal- simple). The software used to communicate with the Printrbot…

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    Arial Fontt

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    The typeface I am picking is the Arial font. The Arial typeface was drawn in 1982 by designer Robin Nicholas and Patricia Saunders. It was original called Sonoran Sans Serif and was renamed Arial in 1992. Arial was made similar to the Helvetica font design, some say copying it for thickness and height. It started off as a bitmap font. The bitmap were high-resolution laser comp fonts that were used as a starting point to sample down give it a 240dpi or 300dpi font. Arial was original…

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    The most recent example of this idea of duplication as opposed to original generation is the modern phenomenon of three-dimensional or 3D printing. There has been a huge amount of interest following 3D printing as it has transcended from a futuristic figment of the imagination to a shelf-stocked product in a number of years and can be purchased today from just €230. The incredibly innovative sensation that is 3D printing is seen to be completely ahead of its time and to have come out of nowhere.…

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    Uc-Win/Road Team Building

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    Agenda of showing UC-win/Road software capability 1. Introduction  The latest version of UC-win/Road is 11.  To generate an interactive 3D virtual environment.  Application such as City planning, traffic simulations and construction demostrations.  Dynamic 3D spaces can be controlled in real time. Ability to view the surrounding lanscape; provide design and construction consultation  Allow visual examination of alternative project options; animation of vehicle movements and driving…

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    Determining the location of our fixture in space may seem like a simple task but if our goal is precision then we need to know exactly where our platform and ball screw are located at all times. To accomplish this goal, we will need to use a combination of encoders and dial gages to keep position and to check our position and precision. Encoder/Glass Scale A linear encoder is the typical way that CNC machines measure motion. It’s electro-mechanical device that creates digital signals that…

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    Big 3 Research Paper

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    The Big Three Choosing one of the Big Three for a project can be a very difficult task, but hopefully after reading this you will have a better understanding of when to use which. There are many differences between the Big Three. Firstly, they are all part of Adobe Creative Suite and they are: Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign. Photoshop, an iconic program of Adobe Creative Suite, is used most effectively to retouch and crop photos. This program can be used in a variety of ways to…

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