Hannah Budinoff

Hannah Budinoff
The University of Arizona | UA · Department of Systems & Industrial Engineering

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Additive manufacturing processes have enabled the production of parts with complex geometry. In addition, novel design approaches such as generative design and crowdsourced design challenges enable the rapid generation of many feasible design alternatives with similar functionality but distinct geometry. In this study, we use an illustrative exampl...
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This study presents the development of a novel MATLAB-based virtual prototyping tool called Will It Print that evaluates part geometry to check for compliance with design-for-additive-manufacturing guidelines relating to manufacturability. Specifically, the tool analyzes the part geometry for potential problems regarding warping, toppling, poor sur...
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This study presents a detailed analysis of the production efforts for personal protective equipment in makerspaces and informal production spaces (i.e., community-driven efforts) in response to the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States. The focus of this study is on additive manufacturing (also known as 3D printing), which was the dominant manufac...
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This work describes an experimental study to assess if analytical and empirical models can estimate the risk of warping deviation for parts made using fused filament fabrication based on part geometry. We also examine how the accuracy of the prediction varies for different machines and materials. If the predictive models can estimate risk of warpin...
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Geometric tolerances for new products are sometimes assigned without specific knowledge of the cost or feasibility of manufacturing them to the assigned tolerances, which can significantly drive up production costs and lead to delays and design revisions. We present an interactive tool that quickly estimates the manufacturability of assigned tolera...
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The impact of spatial visualization ability on student outcomes in a freshman-level, 3D modeling class is explored by analyzing connections between students’ spatial ability pre- and post-test scores, course grades, and self-reported difficulty of an assignment. Analysis of the results indicate that spatial visualization ability, as measured by the...
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In additive manufacturing, process parameters can have a large influence on the quality of the produced part, making it difficult to understand what tolerances are actually achievable. We present a system that can rapidly analyze part geometry and predict parallelism, perpendicularity, and angularity geometric deviations for planar surfaces, based...
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We investigate the relationships between spatial ability, time spent on homework, lecture clicker participation, and grades in an introductory engineering graphics class. Out of mental rotation test performance, hours spent on homework, and lecture attendance/participation, the first was found to have the most effect on a student’s total course sco...
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Increasing awareness of energy consumption and its environmental impacts has prompted a need to better predict the energy consumption of various industrial processes, including manufacturing. Modeling can allow manufacturers to optimize the efficiency of their manufacturing processes. Highly accurate, data-driven models of energy consumption of CNC...

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