RAPID PROTOTYPE FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF SOUVENNIR PRODUCTS FROM BRONZE CRAFT
This research develops products of souvenirs from the community of Bronze Craft. Using rapid prototyping methods.The objective of this research was to finding the parameters for rapid prototyping. The velocity of the test is 1000 mm / min. The force used to press the paper to the lack of 100 grams, which is the best value. Design and development of gift products from rapid prototyping. The results showed that the test piece 1 to 10 Measurement of workpiece 1 is an average of 19.57. The standard deviation is 0.16. The second is 159.38. The standard deviation is 0.47. The third is the average of 29.58. The standard deviation was 0.30, the fourth was 9.61, the standard deviation was 0.31, the fifth was the mean of 9.29, the standard deviation was 0.15, and the error of the headpiece of Buddha image The test results found that the error. The acceptable standard is not over plus and minus 0.5 millimeters, measured at 1,2,3,5,7,8,10. There are some places where the acceptable standard is not more than a positive and a negative value of 0.5 millimeters, which is 4,6,9 points. Most points of error are points on the top of the Buddha's head. There are overlapping stumps and are too small. As a result, paper cut and pouring of the workpiece can not reach the area.
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