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Old   May 25, 2019, 12:21
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Hi community,

what is the best method to simulate the 3d printing process by using a polymere, a heater and a ground plate?

So: polymere in heater. Heater melts it. Melted liquid hits the ground and cools down. Object is printed layer by layer.

Do you know any method so simulate this process?
I heard of VOF and finite difference method (fdm) method.

Thank you very much
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