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Advances in Production Engineering & Management
Volume 11 | Number 4 | December 2016 | pp 324–332
Dimensional accuracy of camera casing models 3D printed on Mcor IRIS: A case study
Mandić, M.; Galeta, T.; Raos, P.; Jugović, V.
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A B S T R A C T
The main objective of this research was to determine the deviations and evaluate the dimensional accuracy of 3D printed camera casing models compared to the original models in the STL format. The study sample consisted of the 3D printed camera casing models and the same models in the STL format. The STL format came from Mcor in a set of sample models shipped with the 3D printer. The models were 3D printed on Mcor IRIS and then scanned with ATOS 3D scanner. A comparison between the scanned and original STL models was made in the GOM Inspect software. The results indicate that the maximum deviation occurred on the scanned front camera cover and it is 0.82 mm in the direction z. The average deviation of scanned front camera cover is 0.0845 mm and the average deviation of scanned back camera cover is 0.0722 mm. The analysis of the results proves that the three-dimensional printed paper-based parts have the dimensions close to the original CAD models.
A R T I C L E I N F O
Keywords • Additive manufacturing, 3D printing, Mcor IRIS, 3D scanning, Accuracy
Corresponding author • Galeta, T.
Article history • Received 14 April 2016, Revised 6 October 2016, Accepted 10 October 2016
Published on-line • 10 December 2016
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