In this track
Note: These sections assume a basic knowledge of 3D printing, including how layer by layer printing works. If you’re just starting, check out our section on how 3D printing works to learn the basics!
What makes a 3D printed part strong?
In this track we pull concepts from classic statics and physics to understand why 3D printed parts are built as they are, beginning with beam bending theory, tensile strength, and sandwich paneling. Learn about the different materials and settings that can impact a 3D printed part's strength, and what makes continuous fiber 3D printing so different from typical deposition-based printing technologies. Once you finish this track, you'll understand the key players in 3D printing strength and how you can achieve strong 3D printed parts.