David Sebastian Matamoros
National university of Colombia, Colombia
Sebastian Matamoros will completed his degree at the age of 25 years from National University of Colombia. He is a researcher at Experimental Factory Laboratory (LabFabEx by its acronym in spanish) focus at additive manufacturing and desing with photopolymer and ceramic materials. He has published 2 papers in meetings in Colombia and a scientific magazines.
The following research are focused in take an old router machine and adapt it for ceramic materials additive manufacturing. The lining of it is improve the small or medium industry that by any reason can’t get new high-end capabilities machinery but has old machinery that can be improved or repowered adding some other manufacturing technologies.Following this idea, the laboratory has a parallel CNC router built in 2006 with an unsupported hardware (too old) and software with limited capabilities, the followed document show how is made the 3d ceramic printing capabilities repowered to this machine under single minutes exchange die (SMED) paradigm. Also, will show the software adjustment made and the following calibration of all the variables concerned at this investigation.This development can also be use in the petrochemistry industry to make ceramic pellets that can be used to oil refinement.
- 3D printing & Additive manufacturing
- Innovations in 3D printing
- 3D printing materials
- Impact of 3D printing on industry
- Applications in health care & medicine
- 3D printing in biomaterials
- Polymers in 3d printing
- 3D printing in space and aerospace
- 3D printing in automotive industry
- Additive manufacturing and 3d robotics
- Digital Light Processing (DLP) 3d printing
- Layered manufacturing & Additive fabrication