The rapid advancement of additive manufacturing technology has revolutionized various industries, enabling the production of intricate and customized objects with unprecedented ease. As this technology continues to mature, ensuring repeatability and reliability becomes increasingly critical. Repeatability, defined as the ability to produce consistent results when printing the same object multiple times, is a fundamental characteristic that directly impacts the quality and usability of printed parts.
This study aims to investigate the repeatability of the BMF microArch S240 10μm system by examining the variability in printed objects produced using the same printer, material, and parameters. By assessing the consistency of printed dimensions, we can gain insights into the inherent variability of this system and identify factors that contribute to deviations between repeated prints.
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