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Sunday, October 7 • 11:30am - 12:10pm
Design for Rapid Prototyping: A Review of Design for Additive Manufacturing Literature for Applications in Makerspaces

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Additive Manufacturing (AM), also known as 3D printing has transformed education at all levels of K-12 and higher education and 3D printers are increasingly accessible at any makerspace. While this new manufacturing process has democratized the process of design and innovation, there is tremendous hype surrounding its capabilities to transform an idea into a real product. The end product resulting from a 3D printer depends on several different factors, including the type of printer, materials and numerous process parameters. Designers and educators could benefit from accurate yet straightforward guidelines necessary to ensure that the part design is compatible with the intended additive manufacturing technique. The purpose of this paper is present relevant reported work towards the creation of design rules and guidelines for AM. These guidelines could be utilized by educators and practitioners of AM to gauge the suitability of their design for the specific AM process that would be accessible to them. Moreover, these guidelines could also assist the learner to modify their design to meet the functional requirements while also making it compatible with the AM process.

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avatar for J Auston Ferrarer

J Auston Ferrarer

Prototyping Instructor / Undergraduate Researcher, Georgia Institute of Technology
I am a 3rd year Mechanical Engineering student here at Georgia Tech; and I love designing and building projects that help make the world a better place. The first project team I was a part of worked on designing a self sustaining fuel source for people in Uttar Pradesh, India who... Read More →
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Amit Jariwala

Director of Design & Innovation, Georgia Institute of Technology
Dr. Jariwala serves as the Director of Design & innovation for the School of Mechanical Engineering at Georgia Tech and is responsible for enhancing corporate support for the School's design courses and innovation activities. He supervises staff and students for the Georgia Tech Invention... Read More →
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Thomas Lee Spencer

I am pursuing a Ph.D. in mechanical engineering (B.S. and M.S., Georgia Institute of Technology). My research lies at the intersection of fluid dynamics, mechatronics, and biology. For this research, 3D printing is essential to recreate the complex biological structures enabling animals... Read More →


Sunday October 7, 2018 11:30am - 12:10pm
Conference Room Eight

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