This project is concerned with the theory and practice of 3D printing and 3D scanning. The project is concretely based upon a donation of a Z450 3D Printer and a Roland LPX 60 scanner from DTU’s Strategic Fund. The purpose is two-fold: To study and optimize 3D color printing and 3D scanning procedures on these platforms and to develop corresponding new assets for teaching, research, and prototyping in mathematics/geometry and applications. Part of the project is to interchange ideas concerning these topics with colleagues from DTU Mechanical Engineering, Informatics, Civil Engineering, and Chemistry. The findings and productions from this project will tentatively be integrated into the activities organized around Matematicum, the mathematical Inspiratorium at DTU Mathematics, as well as into the relevant DTU courses e.g.: 01005 Mathematics 1, 01234 Differential Geometry with Applications, and 02585 Computational Geometry Processing.
|Effective start/end date||01/08/2007 → 01/01/2010|
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