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June 2019 (published: 26.06.2019)

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UDC 338.1

Methodology of application of modern technologies 3D-models

Ilyin I.V. , Sharonova A.D. , Nefedova L.A.

Recently, the scope of application of technology of additive production is expanding, creating new opportunities for various types of production. Additive manufacturing (sometimes called rapid prototyping or 3D printing) is a manufacturing method in which layers of material are created to create a solid object. Although there are many different technologies for 3D printing, this article will focus on the overall process. The core of additive manufacturing technologies is the use of computer, 3D modeling software (computer aided design or CAD), machinery, and multilayer material. In these conditions, the task appears to spread these technologies to new industries. This requires determining the advantages of the technology in relation to this area and evaluating the effectiveness of its application. Choosing the most suitable manufacturing process for a particular application can be difficult. The very large range of 3D printing technologies and materials available often means that some of them may be viable, but each suggests changes in dimensional accuracy, surface finish and post-processing requirements. The object of research is the technology of 3D models. The subject of the research is the analysis of the main methods and tools for applying the technology of 3D models. The purpose of this study is to analyze the existing technologies of 3D-models and the formation of recommendations for their improvement. The article considers the factors of efficiency of the introduction of technologies of additive production and possible methods for assessing the quality and effectiveness of decisions made. Unusual and new applications are also discussed, such as micro-scale manufacturing, medical applications, aerospace and fast production.
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Keywords: additive manufacturing, technology, digital infrastructure.

DOI 10.17586/2310-1172-2019-12-2-130-134

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