3D Printing comes industrial manufacturing

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3D Printing comes industrial manufacturing

Postby 3dtech » Wed May 16, 2018 9:53 pm

3D-printed parts and products are quickly making their way into end products—from a printed car to athletic shoes to a printed NASA rocket engine. Manufacturers of all stripes are building 3DP programs and are likely to continue to expand those programs as advancements in 3D printers, software and printing materials (or “inks”) make adoption easier and more cost-effective.

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According to our survey, we find some interesting shifts in how 3D printing is being applied by manufacturering.
Additive Manufacturing refers to a process by which digital 3D design data is used to build up a component in layers by depositing material. The term "3D printing" is increasingly used as a synonym for Additive Manufacturing. However, the latter is more accurate in that it describes a professional production technique which is clearly distinguished from conventional methods of material removal. Instead of milling a workpiece from solid block, for example, Additive Manufacturing builds up components layer by layer using materials which are available in fine powder form. A range of different metals, plastics and composite materials may be used.

The technology has especially been applied in conjunction with Rapid Prototyping - the construction of illustrative and functional prototypes. Additive Manufacturing is now being used increasingly in Series Production. It gives Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) in the most varied sectors of industry the opportunity to create a distinctive profile for themselves based on new customer benefits, cost-saving potential and the ability to meet sustainability goals.

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The strengths of Additive Manufacturing lie in those areas where conventional manufacturing reaches its limitations. The [url-http://vexmatech.com/material.html]technology[/url] is of interest where a new approach to design and manufacturing is required so as to come up with solutions. It enables a design-driven manufacturing process - where design determines production and not the other way around. What is more, Additive Manufacturing allows for highly complex structures which can still be extremely light and stable. It provides a high degree of design freedom, the optimisation and integration of functional features, the manufacture of small batch sizes at reasonable unit costs and a high degree of product customisation even in serial production.
Functional Principle
The system starts by applying a thin layer of the powder material to the building platform. A powerful laser beam then fuses the powder at exactly the points defined by the computer-generated component design data. The platform is then lowered and another layer of powder is applied. Once again the material is fused so as to bond with the layer below at the predefined points. Depending on the material used, components can be manufactured using stereolithography, laser sintering or 3D printing. EOS Additive Manufacturing Technology based on laser sintering has been in existence for over 20 years.




As a reply to these market challenges EOS has developed the Micro Laser-Sintering (MLS) Technology and offers all benefits of an Additive Manufacturing (AM) process for the e-manufacturing of miniaturized parts. EOS not only supports its clients in the development of new application areas but as well provides the infrastructure to enable a series production of micro parts. MLS can be a solution, if a client is aiming for small, complex or individualized parts; if a large surface is needed within a small volume; if a client wants to achieve small light-weight build metal parts; or if a high-melting material is needed.
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Already today, there are a lot of application areas for micro technologies, growing constantly. Particularly in medical technology, electrical and electronic industry as well as in automotive EOS expect an increasing demand. Of particular interest are micro moulded parts, micro eroding moulds and micro fluid mixer. Even the jewellery industry more and more sees the benefits of this process. As well, applications such as sensors, micro valves, and mechanical transmission elements are possible areas of interest for MLS. At EOS, MLS is constantly being further developed. For this, EOS cooperates with selected partners.

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