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Updated software improves slicing for large-format 3D printing

ORNL Slicer 2 screen capture

Slicer 2 screen capture showing the 45-degree toolpath for printing a wind turbine blade mould.
Credit: Alex Roschli/ORNL, US DOE

Researchers at the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory have developed the first additive manufacturing slicing application to accelerate and simplify digital conversion of accurate, large-format three-dimensional parts for factory production applications.

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