Additive Manufacturing: 3 Design Techniques for High Speed Extrusion 3D Printing

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“High Speed Extrusion” (HSE) is Essentium’s rapid deposition process for 3D printing polymer parts at production speeds. It is fused filament fabrication (FFF), but the speed means even the design considerations appropriate to FFF may not be sufficient for this process. Tom Mulholland describes the design considerations for HSE.

While there are many design tips and techniques for additive manufacturing (AM) to be found, such as tips for FFF, selective laser sintering (SLS) and stereolithography (SLA), these design tips are not always applicable to filament printing for High Speed Extrusion, which is a distinct process. Here we look at some design tips that will specifically help design for HSE to achieve faster print times without sacrificing quality or repeatability.

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