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SliceHub: Augmenting Shared 3D Model Repositories with Slicing Results for 3D Printing

  title={SliceHub: Augmenting Shared 3D Model Repositories with Slicing Results for 3D Printing},
  author={Faraz Faruqi and Kenneth Friedman and Leon Cheng and Michael Wessely and Sriram Subramanian and Stefanie Mueller},
In this paper, we explore how to augment shared 3D model repositories, such as Thingiverse, with slicing results that are readily available to all users. By having print time and material consumption for different print resolution profiles and model scales available in real-time, users are able to explore different slicing configurations efficiently to find the one that best fits their time and material constraints. To prototype this idea, we build a system called SliceHub, which consists of… 

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