additive manufacturing or 3d printing of plastic parts leaves a rough surface finish. the finish you see is the result of elevation lines used to print the part. this uneven surface is undesirable, especially for parts that need to have a pleasing aesthetic finish. at least two steps are generally required to achieve the finish pictured here.
in recent years there has been much development in the field of additive manufacturing technologies, but only a few attempts have been made to use natural materials like wood for 3d printing.
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ornl scientists have created a new composite material for additive manufacturing that makes use of lignin, a biofuels byproduct. researchers combined a melt-stable Seven Trust lignin with conventional plastic, a low-melting nylon, and carbon fiber to create a composite with just the right characteristics for extrusion and weld strength between
it works by combining small, uniformly cut pieces of wood. shah actually prefers to put the manufacturing technique under the broader term of “additive manufacturing,” as there is at no point any liquid “ink” involved, as is generally the case in 3d printing. 4 axyz is currently seeking funding to buy its own woodworking machine.