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Design, Representations, and Processing for Additive Manufacturing

Synthesis Lectures on Visual Computing

Marco Attene​‌
Marco Livesu​‌
Sylvain Lefebvre​‌
Thomas Funkhouser​‌
Princeton University
Szymon Rusinkiewicz​‌
Princeton University
Stefano Ellero​‌
STAM S.r.l
Jonàs Martínez​‌
Amit Haim Bermano​‌
Princeton University


The wide diffusion of 3D printing technologies continuously calls for effective solutions for designing and fabricating objects of increasing complexity. The so called "computational fabrication" pipeline comprises all the steps necessary to turn a design idea into a physical object, and this book describes the most recent advancements in the two fundamental phases along this pipeline: design and process planning. We examine recent systems in the computer graphics community that allow us to take a design idea from conception to a digital model, and classify algorithms that are necessary to turn such a digital model into an appropriate sequence of machining instructions.

Table of Contents: Acknowledgments / Introduction / Practices and Considerations for Additive Manufacturing / Design for Additive Manufacturing / Process Planning / Open Challenges / Bibliography / Authors' Biographies

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Marco Attene
Marco Livesu
Sylvain Lefebvre
Thomas Funkhouser
Szymon Rusinkiewicz
Stefano Ellero
Jonàs Martínez
Amit Haim Bermano
geometric modeling
geometry processing
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