REVISIÓN DEL ESTADO DEL ARTE DE LA FABRICACIÓN DE MULTIMATERIALES POR MEDIO DE IMPRESIÓN 3D

Miriam Lucero Quemada Villagomez, Luis Alejandro Alcaraz Caracheo, Gilberto Ruíz Mondragón, Ramón Rodríguez Castro

Resumen


Resumen

La impresión 3D es una tecnología revolucionaria cuyas aplicaciones pueden ser muy diversas, dada la capacidad de generar objetos con geometrías complejas y la combinación de diferentes materiales. Por eso es relevante revisar el estado del arte sobre la evolución de la impresión 3D para comprender su impacto en el desarrollo tecnológico y encontrar nuevas posibilidades de aplicación, como la impresión de materiales multimateriales.

Palabras clave: Impresión 3D, multimateriales, polímeros.

 

REVIEW OF THE STATE OF THE ART OF THE MANUFACTURE OF MULTIMATERIALS BY MEANS OF 3D PRINTING

 

Abstract

3D printing is a revolutionary technology whose applications can be very diverse given the ability of generating objects with complex geometries and combining different materials. That is why it is relevant to review the state of the art on the evolution of 3D printing to understand its impact on technological development and find new possibilities of application, such as the printing of multimaterials.

Keywords: 3D printing, Multimaterials, Polymers.


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