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Natural-direction 3D printing demo at Maker Faire Tokyo 2013 on November 3-4

We will show a natural-direction 3D printing demo, which was initially presented at SFF Symposium 2013 in Austin, Texus. We will also demonstrate pattern generation using fluctuations in 3D printing processes.

The natural-direction 3D printing is a technology to generate natural-direction-consistent 3D objects. Maker Faire Tokyo 2013 will be held in National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation near Daiba, Tokyo. We will use Rostock MAX 3D printer (and Printrbot Plus 3D printer) to demonstrate natural-direction 3D printing and sell printed objects. (Updated on October 24)