Research on the Input-Transformation-Output Process of Additive Manufacturing: Comparing PLA/Polysmooth and Resin Printed Rings

Camilo Rivera, Jairo Nuñez Rodriguez, Angel Ortiz Bas

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    This research delves into the transformative potential of additive manufacturing (AM) within the jewelry industry, focusing on materials such as PLA, PolySmooth, and resin to process a ring. The study encompasses an analysis of the materials, the role of the Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM), the CAD design stage, printers, post-processing techniques, and the Input-Transformation-Output (ITO) process. SEM plays a crucial role in understanding material behavior at a micro-level, offering invaluable insights into its selection. The CAD design stage is foundational, providing a precise digital representation before physical production. Additive manufacturing showcases advantages over traditional methods, including design flexibility and production. Various printers and post-processing methods contribute to enhancing the quality and aesthetics of the final products. The Input-Transformation-Output process emerges as a strategic approach for efficient AM implementation. This study highlights the need for the continued exploration and integration of AM, emphasizing its potential to reshape how jewelry is designed, manufactured, and experienced, thereby providing a foundation for further research and advancements in this transformative field. Additionally, each stage of the Input-Transformation-Output process of Polysmooth, PLA, and resin ring prototypes is studied.

    Idioma originalInglés
    Número de artículo7
    PublicaciónCrystals
    Volumen14
    N.º1
    DOI
    EstadoPublicada - ene. 2024

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