In this lab, students experience:
1. Building a 3D model.
2. Write configuration files to the 3D printer.
3. Printing a 3D model.
4. Milling a three-dimensional model.
1. Students write a three-dimensional model in the code only, using operators from set theory and programming language.
2. The students write the configuration files of the model, using the existing printer data, and using a simulation software that decomposes the model into slices with the same contour. The students design the various layers including supporting layers, filler layers, and outer layers.
3. After checking the correctness of the simulation, the students send the model to three-dimensional printing, each model unique to each group of students.
4. The students gnaw on a milling machine for a model that they printed in the previous section.
This position is rooted in the two forms of erosion typical of a pocket for surfaces with a large milling area, and a profile for other surfaces (for example, writing) and two nicks, one relatively thick 5 mm and the other 1 mm thick.