Layered Manufacturing and Additive Fabrication

Additive fabrication refers to a class of manufacturing forms, wherein a section is worked by including layers of material upon each other. These procedures are naturally unique in relation to subtractive procedures or union procedures. Subtractive procedures, for example, processing, turning, or boring, utilize painstakingly arranged device developments to remove material from a work piece to frame the ideal part. Combination forms, for example, throwing or shaping, utilize hand crafted tooling to cement material into the ideal shape. Additive processes, then again, don't require custom tooling or arranged apparatus developments. Rather, the part is developed legitimately from an advanced 3-D model made through Computer Aided Design (CAD) programming. The 3-D CAD model is changed over into many slim layers and the assembling hardware utilizes this geometric information to construct each layer successively until the part is finished. Because of this methodology, additive manufacturing is regularly alluded to as layered manufacturing, direct advanced assembling, or strong freestyle manufacture.

  • CAD (Computer Aided Design)
  • Rapid Prototyping
  • Transportation
  • Consumer Products
  • Energy

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