- I’ve been given a research project and I’ve chosen 3D printing, however I need to pack as much physics into it as possible and I’m stumped.
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Hi, so earlier this week I was given a physics research project for over the summer- I naturally thought to do 3D printing as I have a printer at home. Basically, I’ve got the general idea nailed and I’ve done a fair amount of writing for this, but I need specific physics concepts/ideas or at least things I can explain in terms of physics that will get me the science content marks. So far I was thinking something to do with the lasers in SLA printing and possibly the physical properties of the different materials you can use. Please tell me if you have any ideas!!