FLUID-DEPOSITION OF ROCKS IS NATURAL
MODEL FOR ADDITIVE PRODUCTION

Igor Čatić1, Jasmina Čaloska2, Damir Godec1, Marijan Kovačić3, Ana Pilipović1 and Karolj Skala4

1University of Zagreb, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture
  Zagreb, Croatia

2University Ss. Cyril and Methodius, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
  Skopje, Macedonia

3University of Zagreb, Faculty of Science
  Zagreb, Croatia

4Ruđer Bošković Institute
  Zagreb, Croatia

INDECS 15(3), 180-189, 2017
DOI 10.7906/indecs.15.3.2
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Received: 10thOctober 2017.
Accepted: 17th October 2017.
Regular article

ABSTRACT

All created in the Nature is the result of natural technology. Solutions from Nature can be incentive for artificial, man's technology of living (biotechnology) and technology of abiogenesis. We have set ourselves the question what is a natural additive model for making parts. After geological analysis and playback of some products of Nature and man-making procedures of additive components was found. Natural model for these procedures to create additive components is the formation of sedimentary rocks before 3.75 billion years ago. At the same time we made systematization of additive production and additive manufacturing of these procedures, the first revolutionary change in the primary shaping after 4.3 billion years.


KEY WORDS

natural rocks, natural model of additive processes, additive production, additive manufacturing

CLASSIFICATION

JEL:O14
PACS:91.60-x


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