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Inference for deformation and interference in 3D printing. (English) Zbl 1303.62115

Summary: Additive manufacturing, or 3D printing, is a promising manufacturing technique marred by product deformation due to material solidification in the printing process. Control of printed product deformation can be achieved by a compensation plan. However, little attention has been paid to interference in compensation, which is thought to result from the inevitable discretization of a compensation plan. We investigate interference with an experiment involving the application of discretized compensation plans to cylinders. Our treatment illustrates a principled framework for detecting and modeling interference, and ultimately provides a new step toward better understanding quality control for 3D printing.

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62P30 Applications of statistics in engineering and industry; control charts
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