Talk:3D printing

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Safety advice[edit]

Removing this to talk here because its written like advice per WP:NOTADVICE. Needs to be rewritten. Fountains of Bryn Mawr (talk) 16:14, 16 November 2016 (UTC)

As I posted on my talk page I agree that we should not be writing "advice," though I still think there is a place for documenting known safety hazards. Thoughts on how to best present such information would be helpful. James Hare (NIOSH) (talk) 21:30, 21 November 2016 (UTC)
It looks like Doc James has made useful adjustments. I think that should cover the concerns? James Hare (NIOSH) (talk) 21:34, 21 November 2016 (UTC)
Actually Doc James really didn't address the problem so I rewrote it[1]. This is stuff that belongs more at your talk page but I will address it here. Many editors have complained about your editing tactics, you seem to be using Wikipedia as a newspaper publishing your organizations findings (see WP:NOTNEWSPAPER). This sets up a WP:COI .... explained again on your talk page. I would suggest not citing "your" organization in what sounds like a press release, you should instead cite some independent 3rd party source that has referenced your findings. Lack of 3rd party sourcing may be a reason to delete the whole section (I have not addressed that). Familiarizing yourself with what I did clean up, WP:NOTHOWTO, WP:YESPOV (clearly indicating "who said that") and WP:TONE (second person is inappropriately associated with step-by-step instructions of a how-to guide), would go a long way to fixing the problem. Fountains of Bryn Mawr (talk) 23:35, 21 November 2016 (UTC)
Stating recommendations from a well respected medical organization is different than stating how to advice is Wikipedia's voice.
Positions of major health care organizations are deemed to be suitable sources per WP:MEDRS Doc James (talk · contribs · email) 12:26, 22 November 2016 (UTC)
WP:MOSMED/Writing style recommends against addressing the reader directly or giving "how-to" instructions.
WP:MEDRS recommends literature reviews or systematic reviews in reliable, third-party, published secondary sources. "suitable" is a sliding scale at that guideline and a single source COI related entry below the level of a "National Guideline" is noted to be problematic. Fountains of Bryn Mawr (talk) 15:33, 22 November 2016 (UTC)

1998 Adam Opel GmbH imaging and simulation software[edit]

Appearantly, there's a imaging and simulation software developed by Adam Opel GmbH and Professor Lothar Harzheim (in 1998) that is able to create a design that allows optimum strength, using a minimum of materials. It does this by calculating out the amounts of stress on different points in the design, and then adjusting the design based on this. It yields a very efficient design, and benefits from the merits of additive manufacturing (3D printing).

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I think the software is called "TopShape" (see https://www.researchgate.net/publication/245401675_TopShape_An_attempt_to_create_design_proposals_including_manufacturing_constraints , http://www.fnb.tu-darmstadt.de/fachgebiet_fnb/fnb_mitarbeiter/fnb_mitarbeiter_details_13726.de.jsp Can someone make a wikipedia page on it, and link it from the 3D printing page ?

KVDP (talk) 13:05, 21 December 2016 (UTC)

in srilanka[edit]

only few place available — Preceding unsigned comment added by 203.115.11.65 (talk) 07:25, 4 March 2017 (UTC)