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Obvious 3D printer technology based on 10. Prior Action

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• Flexible manufacturing cell
make it easier to assemble (self)
make it easier to maintain (none, unbreakable, self healing)
make fully assembled products (anything - computer, car, smartphone, dinner)
# Use a plastic that will not clog the print head. [[User:Hjhunt|Hjhunt]] ([[User talk:Hjhunt|talk]]) 06:56, 3 December 2015 (PST)
# Print in a clean chamber, where there is no moisture or ambient temperature fluctuation. [[User:Hjhunt|Hjhunt]] ([[User talk:Hjhunt|talk]]) 06:56, 3 December 2015 (PST)
# Make a print bed, which is easy to remove parts . [[User:Hjhunt|Hjhunt]] ([[User talk:Hjhunt|talk]]) 06:56, 3 December 2015 (PST)
# Consolidate the programs to a central platform, so three programs are not needed to print something, make it just one. [[User:Hjhunt|Hjhunt]] ([[User talk:Hjhunt|talk]]) 06:56, 3 December 2015 (PST)
# Print assemblies of parts to make the assembly more simple. [[User:Hjhunt|Hjhunt]] ([[User talk:Hjhunt|talk]]) 06:56, 3 December 2015 (PST)
# Metal 3D print the parts that need to experience a lot of stress.
# Pancake flipper, where there are multiple print heads that are printing. Once a layer is finished printing it flips to a central location and the next layer, say clockwise, would be flipped to the central location. All of the print heads would be constantly printing. (This would head solve overhang issues, and increase print time).
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