3d Printing And Additive Manufacturing: Principles And Applications (With Companion Media Pack) - Fourth Edition Of Rapid Prototyping: Fourth Edition of Rapid Prototyping Revised ed. [Minkštas viršelis]

(Ntu, S'pore), (Ntu, S'pore)
  • Formatas: Paperback / softback, 548 pages, aukštis x plotis x storis: 226x150x28 mm, weight: 771 g, black & white illustrations, Contains 1 Paperback and 1 CD-ROM
  • Išleidimo metai: 20-Apr-2000
  • Leidėjas: World Scientific Publishing Co Pte Ltd
  • ISBN-10: 9814571415
  • ISBN-13: 9789814571418
Kitos knygos pagal šią temą:
  • Formatas: Paperback / softback, 548 pages, aukštis x plotis x storis: 226x150x28 mm, weight: 771 g, black & white illustrations, Contains 1 Paperback and 1 CD-ROM
  • Išleidimo metai: 20-Apr-2000
  • Leidėjas: World Scientific Publishing Co Pte Ltd
  • ISBN-10: 9814571415
  • ISBN-13: 9789814571418
Kitos knygos pagal šią temą:
3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing (AM) has revolutionised how prototypes are made and small batch manufacturing carried out. With additive manufacturing, the strategies used to produce a part change a number of important considerations and limitations previously faced by tool designers and engineers.This textbook is the fourth edition of Rapid Prototyping: Principles and Applications. It covers the key AM processes, the available models and specifications, and their principles, materials, advantages and disadvantages. Examples of application areas in design, planning, manufacturing, biomedical engineering, entertainment, weaponry, art and architecture are also given. The book includes several related problems for the reader to test his or her understanding of the topics. This edition comes with a companion media pack that presents animated illustrations of the working principles of today's key AM processes.
Foreword vii
Preface xi
Acknowledgements xv
About the Authors xix
List of Abbreviations
xxi
Chapter 1 Introduction
1(18)
1.1 Development of AM
2(2)
1.2 Fundamentals of Additive Manufacturing
4(2)
1.3 Classification of Additive Manufacturing Systems
6(3)
1.4 Advantages of Additive Manufacturing
9(5)
1.5 Standards on AM
14(1)
1.6 Commonly Used Terms
15(4)
References
16(1)
Problems
17(2)
Chapter 2 Additive Manufacturing Process Chain
19(12)
2.1 Fundamental Automated Processes
19(1)
2.2 Process Chain
20(2)
2.3 3D Modelling
22(1)
2.4 Data Conversion and Transmission
22(2)
2.5 Checking and Preparing
24(2)
2.6 Building
26(1)
2.7 Postprocessing
26(5)
References
28(1)
Problems
29(2)
Chapter 3 Liquid-Based Additive Manufacturing Systems
31(96)
3.1 3D Systems' Sterolithography Apparatus (SLA)
31(17)
3.2 Stratasys' Polyjet
48(10)
3.3 3D Systems' Multi-Jet Printing System (MJP)
58(10)
3.4 EnvisionTec's Perfactory
68(9)
3.5 CMET's Solid Object Ultraviolet-Laser Printer
77(4)
3.6 EnvisionTec's Bioplotter
81(6)
3.7 RegenHU's 3D Bioprinting
87(5)
3.8 Rapid Freeze Prototyping
92(8)
3.9 Other Notable Liquid-Based AM Systems
100(27)
References
122(2)
Problems
124(3)
Chapter 4 Solid-Based Additive Manufacturing Systems
127(66)
4.1 Stratasys' Fused Deposition Modelling (FDM)
127(13)
4.2 Solidscape's Benchtop System
140(5)
4.3 MCOR Technologies' Selective Deposition Lamination (SDL)
145(6)
4.4 Cubic Technologies' Laminated Object Manufacturing (LOM)
151(12)
4.5 Ultrasonic Consolidation
163(2)
4.6 Other Notable Solid-based AM Systems
165(28)
References
189(2)
Problems
191(2)
Chapter 5 Powder-Based Additive Manufacturing Systems
193(110)
5.1 3D Systems' Selective Laser Sintering (SLS)
193(15)
5.2 3D Systems' ColorJet Printing (CJP) Technology
208(10)
5.3 EOS's EOSINT Systems
218(14)
5.4 Optomec's Laser Engineered Net Shaping (LENS) and Aerosol Jet System
232(12)
5.5 Arcam's Electron Beam Melting (EBM)
244(6)
5.6 Concept Laser's LaserCUSING®
250(12)
5.7 SLM Solutions' Selective Laser Melting (SLM)
262(8)
5.8 3D Systems' Phenix PX™ Series
270(4)
5.9 3D-Micromac AG's Laser Structuring Systems
274(4)
5.10 The ExOne's Digital Part Materialisation (DPM)
278(5)
5.11 Voxeljet AG's VX System
283(5)
5.12 Other Notable Powder-based AM systems
288(15)
References
296(4)
Problems
300(3)
Chapter 6 Additive Manufacturing Data Formats
303(52)
6.1 STL Format
303(2)
6.2 STL File Problems
305(4)
6.3 Consequences of Building a Valid and Invalid Tessellated Model
309(2)
6.4 STL File Repair
311(29)
6.5 Other Translators
340(3)
6.6 Standard for Representing Additive Manufactured Objects
343(12)
References
351(2)
Problems
353(2)
Chapter 7 Applications and Examples
355(68)
7.1 Application -- Material Relationship
355(2)
7.2 Finishing Processes
357(1)
7.3 Applications in Design
358(2)
7.4 Applications in Engineering, Analysis and Planning
360(3)
7.5 Applications in Manufacturing and Tooling
363(16)
7.6 Aerospace Industry
379(4)
7.7 Automotive Industry
383(5)
7.8 Jewellery Industry
388(1)
7.9 Coin Industry
389(3)
7.10 Tableware Industry
392(3)
7.11 Geographic Information System (GIS) Applications
395(1)
7.12 Arts and Architecture
396(3)
7.13 Construction
399(2)
7.14 Fashion and Textile
401(5)
7.15 Weapons
406(3)
7.16 Musical Instruments
409(3)
7.17 Food
412(2)
7.18 Movies
414(9)
References
416(5)
Problems
421(2)
Chapter 8 Medicine and Bioengineering
423(44)
8.1 Planning and Simulation of Complex Surgery
423(10)
8.2 Customised Implants and Prostheses
433(11)
8.3 Design and Production of Medical Devices
444(5)
8.4 Forensic Science and Anthropology
449(3)
8.5 Visualisation of Bio-Molecules
452(1)
8.6 Bionic Ear
453(2)
8.7 Dentistry
455(12)
References
458(6)
Problems
464(3)
Chapter 9 Benchmarking and the Future of Additive Manufacturing
467(36)
9.1 Using Bureau Services
467(1)
9.2 Technical Evaluation Through Benchmarking
468(18)
9.3 Industrial Growth
486(2)
9.4 Future Trends
488(15)
References
497(4)
Problems
501(2)
Appendix List of AM Companies 503(6)
Companion Media Pack Attachment 509(2)
Companion Media Pack User Guide 511