Advanced Process Chains for Prototyping and Pilot Production based on Additive Manufacturing

Michael Mischkot

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For many years, Additive Manufacturing (AM) has been a well-established production technology used mainly for rapid prototyping. But the need for increased flexibility and economic low volume production led to the discovery of Additive Manufacturing as a suitable fabrication technique (Mellor 2013). With technological progress and the development of new processes, AM technology now starts to become a serious option for mass production. It enables new options for material choice, shape and internal structure. Productivity in production of e.g. metal parts can be increased due to mass and cost reduction and better parts functionality (Ponche 2014). Also, the use of AM ma-chines for spare parts can potentially reduce costs and downtime, and lead to a higher robustness to supply chain disruptions (Khajavi 2013). Control and optimization of the involved process chains are crucial for a fast and robust implementation of AM technology in the industrial world.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of Ph.D & Post Doc Conference 2015
Number of pages4
PublisherManufactoring Academy of Denmark
Publication date2015
Publication statusPublished - 2015
EventMADE Ph.D. konference - Rold Skov, Denmark
Duration: 10 Mar 201512 Mar 2015


ConferenceMADE Ph.D. konference
CityRold Skov


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