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AI-driven real-time failure detection in additive manufacturing

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The optimisation of 3D printing parameters for manufacturing biomedical devices is an emerging interdisciplinary field that incorporates artificial intelligence techniques such as machine learning and deep learning. In this particular study, the focus is on the fabrication of biocompatible finger splints using digital light processing 3D printing technology, followed by UV curing, to evaluate their quality. By leveraging vibration data from printers, which cannot be captured through visual inspection of layer defects, this study aims to develop a predictive model for assessing the failures of printed parts. Here, a closed-loop detection system is proposed to identify failure phenomena in 3D resin printing, combining both cloud and edge computing technologies to effectively detect and address potential failures in the printing process.

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Procedia Computer Science 232, pp. 3229–3238

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Elsevier

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  • (9) Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure

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  • Electronic & Computer Engineering
  • School of Engineering

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