Mathematics and 3D printing


Nice post on Mathematics and 3D printing!

3D printing is the latest advance in technology, that will possibly revolutionise the world!

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Below are some images of some of the mathematical structures he and Carlos Salinas have done using a MakerBot 3D printer. Most of these were first designed by using a software called Mathematica, which has the ability to handle complex surfaces and then create the file necessary to run on the MakerBot Software.


Author: mathtuition88

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