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Enabling Additive Manufacturing through Digital-Data and Model Integration

  1. Qualification of aerospace components is a long and costly process involving material properties, material specifications, manufacturing process, and design among others. Reducing qualification time and cost w...

    Authors: A. D. Peralta, M. Enright, M. Megahed, J. Gong, M. Roybal and J. Craig

    Citation: Integrating Materials and Manufacturing Innovation 2016 5:52

    Content type: Research

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  2. Additive Manufacturing (AM) has huge promise for manufacturing parts with improved cost and performance compared to traditional subtractive manufacturing methods. But scale-up from prototyping operations and o...

    Authors: Deborah Mies, Will Marsden and Stephen Warde

    Citation: Integrating Materials and Manufacturing Innovation 2016 5:50

    Content type: Review

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  3. Additive manufacturing (AM), widely known as 3D printing, is a direct digital manufacturing process, where a component can be produced layer by layer from 3D digital data with no or minimal use of machining, m...

    Authors: Mustafa Megahed, Hans-Wilfried Mindt, Narcisse N’Dri, Hongzhi Duan and Olivier Desmaison

    Citation: Integrating Materials and Manufacturing Innovation 2016 5:47

    Content type: Review

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