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Hello, I am working on my master's thesis which involves collecting images with various common 3D printing errors. Does anyone know of any labeled datasets with the most common errors of the various 3D printing techniques? Thank you

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    Posted · MSc- 3D printing

    It isn't something a lot of people are proud of.  That's especially true when the problem is self-inflicted.

    Perusing the Creality Ender 3 group and some other "basic" printer groups on Reddit will certainly turn up a collection of disasters.  Searching by "Disaster Name" may be worthwhile.

     

    Unfortunately, my prints are all models of perfection (HA!) so I can't really help.

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    Posted · MSc- 3D printing

    We used to have this as our 404 page:

    Image
    It shows pretty common errors .

    So from left to right:
    1. Filament got stuck to the nozzle
    2. Belts not tight / missing steps
    3. Filament didn't stick to previous layer
    4. Steps not calibrated
    5. Steps not calibrated
    6. Same as 1
    7. Steps not calibrated? Not quite sure what that one is
     

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    Posted · MSc- 3D printing

    yes, I am looking for that. It is not to share, it is only for educational purposes and the conclusion of my degree. I would be open to signing confidentiality documents if needed. Can you point me in their direction? thank you a lot!

    2 hours ago, ahoeben said:

    Are you looking for a dataset for machine-learning? If so, there are a couple of companies that made a collection, but they are not sharing them publicly.

     

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    See https://www.obico.io/ (formerly Spaghetti Detective)

    Bambu Labs printers also have something like that integrated (https://bambulab.com/en), but I don't know if they just licensed Spaghetti Detective or trained their own.

     

    You may also be interested in this conversation: https://community.octoprint.org/t/computer-vision-applied-to-3d-printing/1025 (see eg https://plugins.octoprint.org/plugins/kronos_data_collector/ )

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