3D Printing Research Links
The following are links that may be of interest to students researching 3D Printing, specifically to projects incorporating consumer/hobby level , Fused Filament Modeling (FFM) style, printers.
–A History of RepRap Development
–Open Book on “Low-cost 3D Printing for Science, Education and Sustainable Development”
–Triffid Hunter’s Calibration Guide – RepRapWiki
–Reprap development and further adventures in DIY 3D printing: Slic3r is Nicer – Part 1 – Settings and Extruder Calibration
–Reprap development and further adventures in DIY 3D printing: Slic3r is Nicer – Part 2 – filament and printing
–Reprap development and further adventures in DIY 3D printing: Slic3r is Nicer – Part 3 – How low can you go?
–A Simple, Low-Cost Conductive Composite Material for 3D Printing of Electronic Sensors
–It’s a small world, Tiny 3D printing on RepRap (FFF)
–Ultrafine particle emissions from desktop 3D printers
–George W. Hart’s Rapid Prototyping Web Page
Please suggest any links that would be relevant to student researchers in the comments or contact me on Twitter @designmaketeach or Facebook https://www.facebook.com/DesignMakeTeach.
Thank you to contributors to this list: Anthony Morris,