3D Printing Technology based on the Development Model of Cultural and Creative Products on University Campuses

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Lujuan Xin


Adequate 3D printers, scanning equipment, and other related hardware are fundamental. This includes ensuring a variety of printers to handle different materials and printing techniques. This research explores the innovative application of 3D printing technology in developing cultural and creative products within the university campus environment. The study begins with an analysis of current 3D printing technologies, emphasizing their adaptability, cost-effectiveness, and potential for customization. It then delves into the unique aspects of university campuses as hubs for creativity and cultural expression, arguing that these spaces provide an ideal testing ground for new applications of 3D printing. The core of the research presents a novel development model tailored for university settings. This model integrates 3D printing technology with the dynamic cultural and creative landscape of campuses, focusing on products that resonate with the academic community’s unique needs and values. It includes case studies from various universities, showcasing successful implementations of the model, ranging from art installations to practical gadgets enhancing campus life. Significant findings include the model’s flexibility in accommodating diverse creative ideas and its role in fostering a culture of innovation among students and faculty. The research also addresses challenges such as resource allocation, intellectual property issues, and the need for interdisciplinary collaboration.

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