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Development and Application of 3D Printing Service Platform under the Background of Internet

Bing Li

Abstract


With the development of the times, the Internet has been greatly developed, because with the development of modern life, people􀆳s material standard of living requirements is getting higher and higher, so some people suddenly wonder, the Internet and traditional enterprises to join forces to conveniently enrich our lives. As a new technology in modern society, 3D technology has the function of printing things anytime, anywhere, and is sought after. Therefore, the purpose of this paper is to develop and apply the 3D printing service platform based on the Internet background. After understanding the history of 3D printing technology and the demand and ownership of 3D printing in recent years, we compared the existing technology, using the Internet platform and a variety of intelligent algorithms to build the service platform, to conduct experiments. Experimental results show that the 3D printing service platform based on the Internet background can meet the needs of some people and facilitate people􀆳s lives.

Keywords


3D Printing; Service Platform; Internet; Technology Research and Development

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/ahe.v5i5.3624

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