3D Printing News Briefs: October 10, 2019
We’re talking about events and business today in 3D Printing News Briefs. In November, Cincinnati Inc. is presenting at FABTECH, and Additive Manufacturing Technologies and XJet are heading off to…
3D Printed Visual Aids for the Courtroom
I’ve been following the developments in 3D printing for the courts closely for years. We’ve seen how 3D scanners and VR can be used in the courts, how Canadian company…
What is Metrology Part 24: Conclusion
This is the conclusion of our 25 part metrology series. It has lead to a lot of self analysis and future study due to curiosity.
What is Metrology Part 23 – Error and Perception
Margin of Error After a significant amount of time dedicated to this series, I have made some interesting insights. When you think of metrology and measurement, humans need to understand…
What is Metrology Part 22 – 3D Translation and Rotation
This is a quick article on rotation and translation within 3D environments. It leads to interesting thought processes in terms of measuring the real world and the digital world.
What is Metrology Part 19 – Moire Effect in 3D Printing
This is a short excerpt on an interesting phenomena within visual perception known as the Moire Effect. We will address this in how it operates within the realm of 3D printing as well as metrology.
What is Metrology Part 20 – Processing
This is a brief overview of the coding language Processing. It has great intersection within the 3D printing and image processing realms of knowledge.
What is Metrology Part 18 – Pixelation
This is a brief article that touches on the topic of pixelation. Pixelation is very important when it comes to color measurement as well as how the physical world interfaces with the digital world through information theory.
What is Metrology Part 17: Antialiasing
This is an article doing a deep dive into the techniques of antialiasing. In this field, there are many nuances that can be reveal to us that we are not aware of.