How 3D printing Allows Complex & Intricate Designs

3D Printing complex parts

Posted By on Sep 7, 2011 | 0 comments

In this Robot Dreams video, Hiro Maruoka (Marubeni Systems) shows some complex parts/assemblies produced on Stratasys 3D Printers.

Hiro Maruoka of Marubeni Systems showed us several complex mechanisms that were 3D printed as complete assemblies. The internal gaps and clearances were printed with a soluble material that was easily disolved after the object finished printing.

It’s one of the big advantages of 3D Printing: no assembly is needed.

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