Additive manufacturing research review: defects, DfAM, post-processing and CLIP
3D Printing Industry
SEPTEMBER 20, 2018
Research Alexander Rubenchik Carbon Christoph Klahn Christopher Evans CLIP Curtiss Wright Surface Technologies David McGregor Felix H. Carbon‘s Continuous Liquid Interface Production (CLIP) 3D printed parts are put to the test. Design for Additive Manfuacturing (DfAM) training is explored at ETH Zürich. The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) examines the effect of defects on the surface of 3D printed components.