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Additive Manufacturing in Production: A Study Case Applying Technical Requirements: 15th Nordic Laser Materials Processing Conference, Nolamp 15

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Additive Manufacturing in Production: A Study Case Applying Technical Requirements : 15th Nordic Laser Materials Processing Conference, Nolamp 15. / Ituarte, Iñigo Flores; Coatanea, Eric; Salmi, Mika; Tuomi, Jukka; Partanen, Jouni.

julkaisussa: Physics Procedia, Vuosikerta 78, 2015, s. 357-366.

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Ituarte, Iñigo Flores ; Coatanea, Eric ; Salmi, Mika ; Tuomi, Jukka ; Partanen, Jouni. / Additive Manufacturing in Production: A Study Case Applying Technical Requirements : 15th Nordic Laser Materials Processing Conference, Nolamp 15. Julkaisussa: Physics Procedia. 2015 ; Vuosikerta 78. Sivut 357-366.

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title = "Additive Manufacturing in Production: A Study Case Applying Technical Requirements: 15th Nordic Laser Materials Processing Conference, Nolamp 15",
abstract = "Abstract Additive manufacturing (AM) is expanding the manufacturing capabilities. However, quality of AM produced parts is dependent on a number of machine, geometry and process parameters. The variability of these parameters affects the manufacturing drastically and therefore standardized processes and harmonized methodologies need to be developed to characterize the technology for end use applications and enable the technology for manufacturing. This research proposes a composite methodology integrating Taguchi Design of Experiments, multi-objective optimization and statistical process control, to optimize the manufacturing process and fulfil multiple requirements imposed to an arbitrary geometry. The proposed methodology aims to characterize AM technology depending upon manufacturing process variables as well as to perform a comparative assessment of three AM technologies (Selective Laser Sintering, Laser Stereolithography and Polyjet). Results indicate that only one machine, laser-based Stereolithography, was feasible to fulfil simultaneously macro and micro level geometrical requirements but mechanical properties were not at required level. Future research will study a single AM system at the time to characterize AM machine technical capabilities and stimulate pre-normative initiatives of the technology for end use applications.",
keywords = "Additive Manufacturing, 3D Printing, Rapid Manufacturing, Design of Experiment, Standardization",
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T1 - Additive Manufacturing in Production: A Study Case Applying Technical Requirements

T2 - 15th Nordic Laser Materials Processing Conference, Nolamp 15

AU - Ituarte, Iñigo Flores

AU - Coatanea, Eric

AU - Salmi, Mika

AU - Tuomi, Jukka

AU - Partanen, Jouni

PY - 2015

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N2 - Abstract Additive manufacturing (AM) is expanding the manufacturing capabilities. However, quality of AM produced parts is dependent on a number of machine, geometry and process parameters. The variability of these parameters affects the manufacturing drastically and therefore standardized processes and harmonized methodologies need to be developed to characterize the technology for end use applications and enable the technology for manufacturing. This research proposes a composite methodology integrating Taguchi Design of Experiments, multi-objective optimization and statistical process control, to optimize the manufacturing process and fulfil multiple requirements imposed to an arbitrary geometry. The proposed methodology aims to characterize AM technology depending upon manufacturing process variables as well as to perform a comparative assessment of three AM technologies (Selective Laser Sintering, Laser Stereolithography and Polyjet). Results indicate that only one machine, laser-based Stereolithography, was feasible to fulfil simultaneously macro and micro level geometrical requirements but mechanical properties were not at required level. Future research will study a single AM system at the time to characterize AM machine technical capabilities and stimulate pre-normative initiatives of the technology for end use applications.

AB - Abstract Additive manufacturing (AM) is expanding the manufacturing capabilities. However, quality of AM produced parts is dependent on a number of machine, geometry and process parameters. The variability of these parameters affects the manufacturing drastically and therefore standardized processes and harmonized methodologies need to be developed to characterize the technology for end use applications and enable the technology for manufacturing. This research proposes a composite methodology integrating Taguchi Design of Experiments, multi-objective optimization and statistical process control, to optimize the manufacturing process and fulfil multiple requirements imposed to an arbitrary geometry. The proposed methodology aims to characterize AM technology depending upon manufacturing process variables as well as to perform a comparative assessment of three AM technologies (Selective Laser Sintering, Laser Stereolithography and Polyjet). Results indicate that only one machine, laser-based Stereolithography, was feasible to fulfil simultaneously macro and micro level geometrical requirements but mechanical properties were not at required level. Future research will study a single AM system at the time to characterize AM machine technical capabilities and stimulate pre-normative initiatives of the technology for end use applications.

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KW - 3D Printing

KW - Rapid Manufacturing

KW - Design of Experiment

KW - Standardization

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