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A directed-3D-printing paper was presented in the SFF Symposium

The paper titled “Support-less Horizontal Filament-stacking by Layer-less FDM”, which was accepted for the SFF Symposium was presented in the afternoon on August 12. The session title is “Process Development VIII: New and Hybrid Process”. This paper describes a method for printing a thin, light, and brilliant objects, such as globe or heart-shaped dish without support material.