Compensation of the size of the finished part for the PolyJet rapid prototyping procedure

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  author =       "Tomaz Brajlih and Igor Drstvensek and Miha Kovacic and 
                 Joze Balic",
  title =        "Compensation of the size of the finished part for the
                 PolyJet rapid prototyping procedure",
  booktitle =    "Proceedings of the International Conference Polymers
                 \& Moulds Innovations PMI 2005",
  year =         "2005",
  address =      "Gent, Belgium",
  month =        apr # " 20-23",
  keywords =     "genetic algorithms, genetic programming, hitra
                 izdelava prototipov, PolyJet postopek, izravnalni
                 faktor, prototipi, rapid prototyping, polyjet
                 procedure, compensation factor",
  abstract =     "The main accuracy problem of rapid prototyping
                 procedures, which are using polymers as a building
                 material is shrinking of a finished layer in the phase
                 of polymerization. Different procedures are using
                 different approaches to handle the problem but none of
                 them can actually reach the accuracy that users of
                 traditional cutting techniques are used to. To achieve
                 better quality of the PolyJet procedure, which
                 originally employs a method of size compensation to
                 reach a desired accuracy, we decided to improve the
                 procedure's performance by adjusting the compensation
                 factor for every part separately. To this purpose some
                 traditional methods of statistics were used, which were
                 later combined with some newer, less traditional
                 methods like genetic programming. The later enabled us
                 to acquire a formula for compensation factor
                 determination based upon the geometry of the actual
                 part. It also showed the importance or unimportance of
                 some influencing parameters respectively. The method
                 resulted in a better compensation factor and better
                 overall performance of the PolyJet procedure compared
                 to other rapid prototyping techniques used nowadays.",
  notes =        "

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