Project 3 Angelica Katigbak

DFM: Design for Manufacturing: Is the general engineering art of designing products in such a way that they are easy to manufacture.

THE MACHINES WE USED ARE:

THE PRODUCT RESULTS:

SRM-20 - is able to remove material from a solid material and turn it into a nice piece of product through rotary cutting. The cutter has multiple cutting points, and moves perpendicular on an axis. The process can produce shaping, as well as details in a piece that are results of custom mill work.
3D Printer - There are two types of 3D printing machines in the class, there is the Fused Deposition Modeling, a 3D printer that works with thermoplastics to build strong, durable and dimensionally stable parts. 3D printers that runs on FDM Technology build parts layer-by-layer from bottom up by heating and extruding thermoplastic filaments. And Stereo lithography, much like FDM, SLA uses additive method meaning things are being built layer-by-layers. SLA uses curable photopolymer that is hardened by focused UV light.
VersaLaser 4.60- Lasers can also be used for cutting metal plates, mild steels, stainless steel and aluminum plates. The laser cutting is highly accurate, has excellent high quality cut and makes it possible to cut very intricate shapes and small holes.
This was what the original 3 stars and 1 sun design looks like on the Solid works program and hoping what it would look like.
This is the 3 stars and a sun product that was made from the SRM-20. When I was watching the SRM-20 cut through the piece of wood I feel that there was so much vibrations that occurred. At first my wood was pretty small and when the SRM was cutting through it was slowly coming off and so we changed it to a much bigger piece. this was not pretty accurate in terms of my original design probably because the SRM cuts in circular motion and if i chose a different design then it could possible be more accurate than the one I have now.
This was what the original Super Junior logo design looks like on the Solid works program and hoping what it would look like.
This is the Super Junior logo product that was made from the VersaLaser. When I was watching my product get cut by the laser I feel that it was an easy cut. It did not even take a minute to do my design. \ This was what I thought was very accurate in terms of original design. The detail is over the top, in my perspective. Watching the laser create this design was fascinating because it was quick, easy and precise.
This was what the original Super Junior light stick design looks like on the Solid works program and hoping what it would look like.
This is the Super Junior light stick logo product that was made from the SLA 3D printer. This one, took a long time to make, it took an hour and a half, maybe more than that. This design came out really well, except that the letters can barely be seen. The small lettering was probably caused by my design not getting extrude all the way. Now that I know the quality of the SLA printer, I wanted to try the FDM printer with the same design do I can compare both.

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