The Heterogeneous Combination of 3D Printer in Mobius Ring
Abstract3D printing is a customized manufacturing technology in the 21 century. The design complexity is no more the problem, only imagination is its limit. However, Most researchers and practitioners of 3D printing, both academia and industry, limit their products in the form design and seldom involve different materials combination to result in special effects. This paper attempts to apply Mobius ring in the 3D printing and combining it with lacquer and plastic optical fiber. In the combination with lacquer, a necklace with Mobius ring is coated with lacquer to add aesthetic value to the traditional ABS material of 3D printing. In combination with plastic optical fiber, a hollow Mobius ring nightlight with butterflies carved and hollowed on its surface is embedded with plastic optical fiber so that the shape of butterflies can be illuminated. The attempt breaks through boundaries among the industries of 3D printing, plastic optical fiber and lacquer and compensates their usage limits. This heterogeneous combination application fits the evolution trend of transition to a super-system.
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