We can continue to move FDM printing ahead in many ways. You just need to think differently, and don't take no for an answer. A few industry figures have said "FDM is near its limits for wher ethe tech can go." I have never took that as policy and neither should you. Awhile back, two MIT professors, Jamison Go, and John Hart have developed a new 3D printing hardware called FastFFF (Fast Fused Filament Fabrication) which is ten times faster than 3D printers we use today. Research papers and more information can be read here: Science Direct Heres the abstract: "Significant improvements to the throughput of additive manufacturing (AM) processes are essential to their cost-effectiveness and competitiveness with traditional processing routes. Moreover, high-throughput AM processes, in combination with the geometric versatility of AM, will enable entirely new workflows for product design and customization . We present the design and validation of...
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