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  • Nowdays, additive manufacturing processes exhibit a high interest for industry due to its lot of advantages. Actually, with AM processes, it is possible to manufacture near net shape parts:
    With customization and high design copmplexity for free
    No wear tools are required
    Lost of matter is limited, it’s possible to work with expensive materials.
    AM process like SLM is very versatile, so it is easy to produce prototype and small series with high value. So these kind of process are very competitive compare to conventional process.
    AM processes are mature technology for metals and polymers, But what about ceramics?
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Key benefits of additive manufacturing are that it enables shorter lead times, mass customization, reduced parts count, more complex shapes, parts on demand, less material waste, and lower life-cycle energy use. The Department of Defense envisions customizing parts on-site for operational systems that would otherwise be expensive to make or ship. The Department of Energy anticipates that additive processes would be able to save more than 50 percent of energy use compared to today’s ‘subtractive’ manufacturing processes.
  • Nowdays, additive manufacturing processes exhibit a high interest for industry due to its lot of advantages. Actually, with AM processes, it is possible to manufacture near net shape parts:
    With customization and high design copmplexity for free
    No wear tools are required
    Lost of matter is limited, it’s possible to work with expensive materials.
    AM process like SLM is very versatile, so it is easy to produce prototype and small series with high value. So these kind of process are very competitive compare to conventional process.
    AM processes are mature technology for metals and polymers, But what about ceramics?
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Key benefits of additive manufacturing are that it enables shorter lead times, mass customization, reduced parts count, more complex shapes, parts on demand, less material waste, and lower life-cycle energy use. The Department of Defense envisions customizing parts on-site for operational systems that would otherwise be expensive to make or ship. The Department of Energy anticipates that additive processes would be able to save more than 50 percent of energy use compared to today’s ‘subtractive’ manufacturing processes.
  • Nowdays, additive manufacturing processes exhibit a high interest for industry due to its lot of advantages. Actually, with AM processes, it is possible to manufacture near net shape parts:
    With customization and high design copmplexity for free
    No wear tools are required
    Lost of matter is limited, it’s possible to work with expensive materials.
    AM process like SLM is very versatile, so it is easy to produce prototype and small series with high value. So these kind of process are very competitive compare to conventional process.
    AM processes are mature technology for metals and polymers, But what about ceramics?
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Key benefits of additive manufacturing are that it enables shorter lead times, mass customization, reduced parts count, more complex shapes, parts on demand, less material waste, and lower life-cycle energy use. The Department of Defense envisions customizing parts on-site for operational systems that would otherwise be expensive to make or ship. The Department of Energy anticipates that additive processes would be able to save more than 50 percent of energy use compared to today’s ‘subtractive’ manufacturing processes.
  • Nowdays, additive manufacturing processes exhibit a high interest for industry due to its lot of advantages. Actually, with AM processes, it is possible to manufacture near net shape parts:
    With customization and high design copmplexity for free
    No wear tools are required
    Lost of matter is limited, it’s possible to work with expensive materials.
    AM process like SLM is very versatile, so it is easy to produce prototype and small series with high value. So these kind of process are very competitive compare to conventional process.
    AM processes are mature technology for metals and polymers, But what about ceramics?
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Key benefits of additive manufacturing are that it enables shorter lead times, mass customization, reduced parts count, more complex shapes, parts on demand, less material waste, and lower life-cycle energy use. The Department of Defense envisions customizing parts on-site for operational systems that would otherwise be expensive to make or ship. The Department of Energy anticipates that additive processes would be able to save more than 50 percent of energy use compared to today’s ‘subtractive’ manufacturing processes.
  • Nowdays, additive manufacturing processes exhibit a high interest for industry due to its lot of advantages. Actually, with AM processes, it is possible to manufacture near net shape parts:
    With customization and high design copmplexity for free
    No wear tools are required
    Lost of matter is limited, it’s possible to work with expensive materials.
    AM process like SLM is very versatile, so it is easy to produce prototype and small series with high value. So these kind of process are very competitive compare to conventional process.
    AM processes are mature technology for metals and polymers, But what about ceramics?
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Key benefits of additive manufacturing are that it enables shorter lead times, mass customization, reduced parts count, more complex shapes, parts on demand, less material waste, and lower life-cycle energy use. The Department of Defense envisions customizing parts on-site for operational systems that would otherwise be expensive to make or ship. The Department of Energy anticipates that additive processes would be able to save more than 50 percent of energy use compared to today’s ‘subtractive’ manufacturing processes.
  • Nowdays, additive manufacturing processes exhibit a high interest for industry due to its lot of advantages. Actually, with AM processes, it is possible to manufacture near net shape parts:
    With customization and high design copmplexity for free
    No wear tools are required
    Lost of matter is limited, it’s possible to work with expensive materials.
    AM process like SLM is very versatile, so it is easy to produce prototype and small series with high value. So these kind of process are very competitive compare to conventional process.
    AM processes are mature technology for metals and polymers, But what about ceramics?
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Key benefits of additive manufacturing are that it enables shorter lead times, mass customization, reduced parts count, more complex shapes, parts on demand, less material waste, and lower life-cycle energy use. The Department of Defense envisions customizing parts on-site for operational systems that would otherwise be expensive to make or ship. The Department of Energy anticipates that additive processes would be able to save more than 50 percent of energy use compared to today’s ‘subtractive’ manufacturing processes.
  • Nowdays, additive manufacturing processes exhibit a high interest for industry due to its lot of advantages. Actually, with AM processes, it is possible to manufacture near net shape parts:
    With customization and high design copmplexity for free
    No wear tools are required
    Lost of matter is limited, it’s possible to work with expensive materials.
    AM process like SLM is very versatile, so it is easy to produce prototype and small series with high value. So these kind of process are very competitive compare to conventional process.
    AM processes are mature technology for metals and polymers, But what about ceramics?
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Key benefits of additive manufacturing are that it enables shorter lead times, mass customization, reduced parts count, more complex shapes, parts on demand, less material waste, and lower life-cycle energy use. The Department of Defense envisions customizing parts on-site for operational systems that would otherwise be expensive to make or ship. The Department of Energy anticipates that additive processes would be able to save more than 50 percent of energy use compared to today’s ‘subtractive’ manufacturing processes.
  • Nowdays, additive manufacturing processes exhibit a high interest for industry due to its lot of advantages. Actually, with AM processes, it is possible to manufacture near net shape parts:
    With customization and high design copmplexity for free
    No wear tools are required
    Lost of matter is limited, it’s possible to work with expensive materials.
    AM process like SLM is very versatile, so it is easy to produce prototype and small series with high value. So these kind of process are very competitive compare to conventional process.
    AM processes are mature technology for metals and polymers, But what about ceramics?
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Key benefits of additive manufacturing are that it enables shorter lead times, mass customization, reduced parts count, more complex shapes, parts on demand, less material waste, and lower life-cycle energy use. The Department of Defense envisions customizing parts on-site for operational systems that would otherwise be expensive to make or ship. The Department of Energy anticipates that additive processes would be able to save more than 50 percent of energy use compared to today’s ‘subtractive’ manufacturing processes.
  • Nowdays, additive manufacturing processes exhibit a high interest for industry due to its lot of advantages. Actually, with AM processes, it is possible to manufacture near net shape parts:
    With customization and high design copmplexity for free
    No wear tools are required
    Lost of matter is limited, it’s possible to work with expensive materials.
    AM process like SLM is very versatile, so it is easy to produce prototype and small series with high value. So these kind of process are very competitive compare to conventional process.
    AM processes are mature technology for metals and polymers, But what about ceramics?
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Key benefits of additive manufacturing are that it enables shorter lead times, mass customization, reduced parts count, more complex shapes, parts on demand, less material waste, and lower life-cycle energy use. The Department of Defense envisions customizing parts on-site for operational systems that would otherwise be expensive to make or ship. The Department of Energy anticipates that additive processes would be able to save more than 50 percent of energy use compared to today’s ‘subtractive’ manufacturing processes.
  • Nowdays, additive manufacturing processes exhibit a high interest for industry due to its lot of advantages. Actually, with AM processes, it is possible to manufacture near net shape parts:
    With customization and high design copmplexity for free
    No wear tools are required
    Lost of matter is limited, it’s possible to work with expensive materials.
    AM process like SLM is very versatile, so it is easy to produce prototype and small series with high value. So these kind of process are very competitive compare to conventional process.
    AM processes are mature technology for metals and polymers, But what about ceramics?
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Key benefits of additive manufacturing are that it enables shorter lead times, mass customization, reduced parts count, more complex shapes, parts on demand, less material waste, and lower life-cycle energy use. The Department of Defense envisions customizing parts on-site for operational systems that would otherwise be expensive to make or ship. The Department of Energy anticipates that additive processes would be able to save more than 50 percent of energy use compared to today’s ‘subtractive’ manufacturing processes.
  • Nowdays, additive manufacturing processes exhibit a high interest for industry due to its lot of advantages. Actually, with AM processes, it is possible to manufacture near net shape parts:
    With customization and high design copmplexity for free
    No wear tools are required
    Lost of matter is limited, it’s possible to work with expensive materials.
    AM process like SLM is very versatile, so it is easy to produce prototype and small series with high value. So these kind of process are very competitive compare to conventional process.
    AM processes are mature technology for metals and polymers, But what about ceramics?
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Key benefits of additive manufacturing are that it enables shorter lead times, mass customization, reduced parts count, more complex shapes, parts on demand, less material waste, and lower life-cycle energy use. The Department of Defense envisions customizing parts on-site for operational systems that would otherwise be expensive to make or ship. The Department of Energy anticipates that additive processes would be able to save more than 50 percent of energy use compared to today’s ‘subtractive’ manufacturing processes.
  • Nowdays, additive manufacturing processes exhibit a high interest for industry due to its lot of advantages. Actually, with AM processes, it is possible to manufacture near net shape parts:
    With customization and high design copmplexity for free
    No wear tools are required
    Lost of matter is limited, it’s possible to work with expensive materials.
    AM process like SLM is very versatile, so it is easy to produce prototype and small series with high value. So these kind of process are very competitive compare to conventional process.
    AM processes are mature technology for metals and polymers, But what about ceramics?
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Key benefits of additive manufacturing are that it enables shorter lead times, mass customization, reduced parts count, more complex shapes, parts on demand, less material waste, and lower life-cycle energy use. The Department of Defense envisions customizing parts on-site for operational systems that would otherwise be expensive to make or ship. The Department of Energy anticipates that additive processes would be able to save more than 50 percent of energy use compared to today’s ‘subtractive’ manufacturing processes.
  • Nowdays, additive manufacturing processes exhibit a high interest for industry due to its lot of advantages. Actually, with AM processes, it is possible to manufacture near net shape parts:
    With customization and high design copmplexity for free
    No wear tools are required
    Lost of matter is limited, it’s possible to work with expensive materials.
    AM process like SLM is very versatile, so it is easy to produce prototype and small series with high value. So these kind of process are very competitive compare to conventional process.
    AM processes are mature technology for metals and polymers, But what about ceramics?
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Key benefits of additive manufacturing are that it enables shorter lead times, mass customization, reduced parts count, more complex shapes, parts on demand, less material waste, and lower life-cycle energy use. The Department of Defense envisions customizing parts on-site for operational systems that would otherwise be expensive to make or ship. The Department of Energy anticipates that additive processes would be able to save more than 50 percent of energy use compared to today’s ‘subtractive’ manufacturing processes.
  • Nowdays, additive manufacturing processes exhibit a high interest for industry due to its lot of advantages. Actually, with AM processes, it is possible to manufacture near net shape parts:
    With customization and high design copmplexity for free
    No wear tools are required
    Lost of matter is limited, it’s possible to work with expensive materials.
    AM process like SLM is very versatile, so it is easy to produce prototype and small series with high value. So these kind of process are very competitive compare to conventional process.
    AM processes are mature technology for metals and polymers, But what about ceramics?
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Key benefits of additive manufacturing are that it enables shorter lead times, mass customization, reduced parts count, more complex shapes, parts on demand, less material waste, and lower life-cycle energy use. The Department of Defense envisions customizing parts on-site for operational systems that would otherwise be expensive to make or ship. The Department of Energy anticipates that additive processes would be able to save more than 50 percent of energy use compared to today’s ‘subtractive’ manufacturing processes.
  • Nowdays, additive manufacturing processes exhibit a high interest for industry due to its lot of advantages. Actually, with AM processes, it is possible to manufacture near net shape parts:
    With customization and high design copmplexity for free
    No wear tools are required
    Lost of matter is limited, it’s possible to work with expensive materials.
    AM process like SLM is very versatile, so it is easy to produce prototype and small series with high value. So these kind of process are very competitive compare to conventional process.
    AM processes are mature technology for metals and polymers, But what about ceramics?
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Key benefits of additive manufacturing are that it enables shorter lead times, mass customization, reduced parts count, more complex shapes, parts on demand, less material waste, and lower life-cycle energy use. The Department of Defense envisions customizing parts on-site for operational systems that would otherwise be expensive to make or ship. The Department of Energy anticipates that additive processes would be able to save more than 50 percent of energy use compared to today’s ‘subtractive’ manufacturing processes.
  • Nowdays, additive manufacturing processes exhibit a high interest for industry due to its lot of advantages. Actually, with AM processes, it is possible to manufacture near net shape parts:
    With customization and high design copmplexity for free
    No wear tools are required
    Lost of matter is limited, it’s possible to work with expensive materials.
    AM process like SLM is very versatile, so it is easy to produce prototype and small series with high value. So these kind of process are very competitive compare to conventional process.
    AM processes are mature technology for metals and polymers, But what about ceramics?
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Key benefits of additive manufacturing are that it enables shorter lead times, mass customization, reduced parts count, more complex shapes, parts on demand, less material waste, and lower life-cycle energy use. The Department of Defense envisions customizing parts on-site for operational systems that would otherwise be expensive to make or ship. The Department of Energy anticipates that additive processes would be able to save more than 50 percent of energy use compared to today’s ‘subtractive’ manufacturing processes.
  • Nowdays, additive manufacturing processes exhibit a high interest for industry due to its lot of advantages. Actually, with AM processes, it is possible to manufacture near net shape parts:
    With customization and high design copmplexity for free
    No wear tools are required
    Lost of matter is limited, it’s possible to work with expensive materials.
    AM process like SLM is very versatile, so it is easy to produce prototype and small series with high value. So these kind of process are very competitive compare to conventional process.
    AM processes are mature technology for metals and polymers, But what about ceramics?
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Key benefits of additive manufacturing are that it enables shorter lead times, mass customization, reduced parts count, more complex shapes, parts on demand, less material waste, and lower life-cycle energy use. The Department of Defense envisions customizing parts on-site for operational systems that would otherwise be expensive to make or ship. The Department of Energy anticipates that additive processes would be able to save more than 50 percent of energy use compared to today’s ‘subtractive’ manufacturing processes.
  • Nowdays, additive manufacturing processes exhibit a high interest for industry due to its lot of advantages. Actually, with AM processes, it is possible to manufacture near net shape parts:
    With customization and high design copmplexity for free
    No wear tools are required
    Lost of matter is limited, it’s possible to work with expensive materials.
    AM process like SLM is very versatile, so it is easy to produce prototype and small series with high value. So these kind of process are very competitive compare to conventional process.
    AM processes are mature technology for metals and polymers, But what about ceramics?
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Key benefits of additive manufacturing are that it enables shorter lead times, mass customization, reduced parts count, more complex shapes, parts on demand, less material waste, and lower life-cycle energy use. The Department of Defense envisions customizing parts on-site for operational systems that would otherwise be expensive to make or ship. The Department of Energy anticipates that additive processes would be able to save more than 50 percent of energy use compared to today’s ‘subtractive’ manufacturing processes.
  • Nowdays, additive manufacturing processes exhibit a high interest for industry due to its lot of advantages. Actually, with AM processes, it is possible to manufacture near net shape parts:
    With customization and high design copmplexity for free
    No wear tools are required
    Lost of matter is limited, it’s possible to work with expensive materials.
    AM process like SLM is very versatile, so it is easy to produce prototype and small series with high value. So these kind of process are very competitive compare to conventional process.
    AM processes are mature technology for metals and polymers, But what about ceramics?
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Key benefits of additive manufacturing are that it enables shorter lead times, mass customization, reduced parts count, more complex shapes, parts on demand, less material waste, and lower life-cycle energy use. The Department of Defense envisions customizing parts on-site for operational systems that would otherwise be expensive to make or ship. The Department of Energy anticipates that additive processes would be able to save more than 50 percent of energy use compared to today’s ‘subtractive’ manufacturing processes.
  • Nowdays, additive manufacturing processes exhibit a high interest for industry due to its lot of advantages. Actually, with AM processes, it is possible to manufacture near net shape parts:
    With customization and high design copmplexity for free
    No wear tools are required
    Lost of matter is limited, it’s possible to work with expensive materials.
    AM process like SLM is very versatile, so it is easy to produce prototype and small series with high value. So these kind of process are very competitive compare to conventional process.
    AM processes are mature technology for metals and polymers, But what about ceramics?
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Key benefits of additive manufacturing are that it enables shorter lead times, mass customization, reduced parts count, more complex shapes, parts on demand, less material waste, and lower life-cycle energy use. The Department of Defense envisions customizing parts on-site for operational systems that would otherwise be expensive to make or ship. The Department of Energy anticipates that additive processes would be able to save more than 50 percent of energy use compared to today’s ‘subtractive’ manufacturing processes.
  • Nowdays, additive manufacturing processes exhibit a high interest for industry due to its lot of advantages. Actually, with AM processes, it is possible to manufacture near net shape parts:
    With customization and high design copmplexity for free
    No wear tools are required
    Lost of matter is limited, it’s possible to work with expensive materials.
    AM process like SLM is very versatile, so it is easy to produce prototype and small series with high value. So these kind of process are very competitive compare to conventional process.
    AM processes are mature technology for metals and polymers, But what about ceramics?
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Key benefits of additive manufacturing are that it enables shorter lead times, mass customization, reduced parts count, more complex shapes, parts on demand, less material waste, and lower life-cycle energy use. The Department of Defense envisions customizing parts on-site for operational systems that would otherwise be expensive to make or ship. The Department of Energy anticipates that additive processes would be able to save more than 50 percent of energy use compared to today’s ‘subtractive’ manufacturing processes.
  • Nowdays, additive manufacturing processes exhibit a high interest for industry due to its lot of advantages. Actually, with AM processes, it is possible to manufacture near net shape parts:
    With customization and high design copmplexity for free
    No wear tools are required
    Lost of matter is limited, it’s possible to work with expensive materials.
    AM process like SLM is very versatile, so it is easy to produce prototype and small series with high value. So these kind of process are very competitive compare to conventional process.
    AM processes are mature technology for metals and polymers, But what about ceramics?
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Key benefits of additive manufacturing are that it enables shorter lead times, mass customization, reduced parts count, more complex shapes, parts on demand, less material waste, and lower life-cycle energy use. The Department of Defense envisions customizing parts on-site for operational systems that would otherwise be expensive to make or ship. The Department of Energy anticipates that additive processes would be able to save more than 50 percent of energy use compared to today’s ‘subtractive’ manufacturing processes.
  • Nowdays, additive manufacturing processes exhibit a high interest for industry due to its lot of advantages. Actually, with AM processes, it is possible to manufacture near net shape parts:
    With customization and high design copmplexity for free
    No wear tools are required
    Lost of matter is limited, it’s possible to work with expensive materials.
    AM process like SLM is very versatile, so it is easy to produce prototype and small series with high value. So these kind of process are very competitive compare to conventional process.
    AM processes are mature technology for metals and polymers, But what about ceramics?
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Key benefits of additive manufacturing are that it enables shorter lead times, mass customization, reduced parts count, more complex shapes, parts on demand, less material waste, and lower life-cycle energy use. The Department of Defense envisions customizing parts on-site for operational systems that would otherwise be expensive to make or ship. The Department of Energy anticipates that additive processes would be able to save more than 50 percent of energy use compared to today’s ‘subtractive’ manufacturing processes.
  • Nowdays, additive manufacturing processes exhibit a high interest for industry due to its lot of advantages. Actually, with AM processes, it is possible to manufacture near net shape parts:
    With customization and high design copmplexity for free
    No wear tools are required
    Lost of matter is limited, it’s possible to work with expensive materials.
    AM process like SLM is very versatile, so it is easy to produce prototype and small series with high value. So these kind of process are very competitive compare to conventional process.
    AM processes are mature technology for metals and polymers, But what about ceramics?
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Key benefits of additive manufacturing are that it enables shorter lead times, mass customization, reduced parts count, more complex shapes, parts on demand, less material waste, and lower life-cycle energy use. The Department of Defense envisions customizing parts on-site for operational systems that would otherwise be expensive to make or ship. The Department of Energy anticipates that additive processes would be able to save more than 50 percent of energy use compared to today’s ‘subtractive’ manufacturing processes.
  • Nowdays, additive manufacturing processes exhibit a high interest for industry due to its lot of advantages. Actually, with AM processes, it is possible to manufacture near net shape parts:
    With customization and high design copmplexity for free
    No wear tools are required
    Lost of matter is limited, it’s possible to work with expensive materials.
    AM process like SLM is very versatile, so it is easy to produce prototype and small series with high value. So these kind of process are very competitive compare to conventional process.
    AM processes are mature technology for metals and polymers, But what about ceramics?
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    Key benefits of additive manufacturing are that it enables shorter lead times, mass customization, reduced parts count, more complex shapes, parts on demand, less material waste, and lower life-cycle energy use. The Department of Defense envisions customizing parts on-site for operational systems that would otherwise be expensive to make or ship. The Department of Energy anticipates that additive processes would be able to save more than 50 percent of energy use compared to today’s ‘subtractive’ manufacturing processes.
  • Nowdays, additive manufacturing processes exhibit a high interest for industry due to its lot of advantages. Actually, with AM processes, it is possible to manufacture near net shape parts:
    With customization and high design copmplexity for free
    No wear tools are required
    Lost of matter is limited, it’s possible to work with expensive materials.
    AM process like SLM is very versatile, so it is easy to produce prototype and small series with high value. So these kind of process are very competitive compare to conventional process.
    AM processes are mature technology for metals and polymers, But what about ceramics?
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    Key benefits of additive manufacturing are that it enables shorter lead times, mass customization, reduced parts count, more complex shapes, parts on demand, less material waste, and lower life-cycle energy use. The Department of Defense envisions customizing parts on-site for operational systems that would otherwise be expensive to make or ship. The Department of Energy anticipates that additive processes would be able to save more than 50 percent of energy use compared to today’s ‘subtractive’ manufacturing processes.
  • Nowdays, additive manufacturing processes exhibit a high interest for industry due to its lot of advantages. Actually, with AM processes, it is possible to manufacture near net shape parts:
    With customization and high design copmplexity for free
    No wear tools are required
    Lost of matter is limited, it’s possible to work with expensive materials.
    AM process like SLM is very versatile, so it is easy to produce prototype and small series with high value. So these kind of process are very competitive compare to conventional process.
    AM processes are mature technology for metals and polymers, But what about ceramics?
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Key benefits of additive manufacturing are that it enables shorter lead times, mass customization, reduced parts count, more complex shapes, parts on demand, less material waste, and lower life-cycle energy use. The Department of Defense envisions customizing parts on-site for operational systems that would otherwise be expensive to make or ship. The Department of Energy anticipates that additive processes would be able to save more than 50 percent of energy use compared to today’s ‘subtractive’ manufacturing processes.
  • Nowdays, additive manufacturing processes exhibit a high interest for industry due to its lot of advantages. Actually, with AM processes, it is possible to manufacture near net shape parts:
    With customization and high design copmplexity for free
    No wear tools are required
    Lost of matter is limited, it’s possible to work with expensive materials.
    AM process like SLM is very versatile, so it is easy to produce prototype and small series with high value. So these kind of process are very competitive compare to conventional process.
    AM processes are mature technology for metals and polymers, But what about ceramics?
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    Key benefits of additive manufacturing are that it enables shorter lead times, mass customization, reduced parts count, more complex shapes, parts on demand, less material waste, and lower life-cycle energy use. The Department of Defense envisions customizing parts on-site for operational systems that would otherwise be expensive to make or ship. The Department of Energy anticipates that additive processes would be able to save more than 50 percent of energy use compared to today’s ‘subtractive’ manufacturing processes.
  • Presentation emra ptit dej3d 1812

    1. 1. INISMa-CRIBC Avenue Gouverneur Cornez, 4 – B-7000 Mons, BELGIUM Tel +32(0)65.40.34.34 www.bcrc.be 1 www.emra.eu Le potentiel de l’impression 3D F.Petit (f.petit@bcrc.be)
    2. 2. INISMa-CRIBC Avenue Gouverneur Cornez, 4 – B-7000 Mons, BELGIUM Tel +32(0)65.40.34.34 www.bcrc.be 2 www.emra.euLe CRIBC – Céramiques techniques Air Frittage de matériaux inorganiques Matériaux réfractaires Conversion énergétique Mise en œuvre des matériaux inorganiques Nanomatériaux Efficacité énergétique des procédés Prototypage rapide Revêtements inorganiques et hybrides Récupération d’énergie Technologies laser Verre Recyclage des matériaux inorganiques Traitements thermiques Sols Matériaux Environnement Procédés Les 3 domaines d’expertise du CRIBC Centre de Recherches de l’industrie Belge de la Céramique Le CRIBC en bref : Centre de Groote (Fédéral), Centre de recherche agrée en RW, localisé à Mons
    3. 3. INISMa-CRIBC Avenue Gouverneur Cornez, 4 – B-7000 Mons, BELGIUM Tel +32(0)65.40.34.34 www.bcrc.be 3 www.emra.eu ® Découpe laser Marquage laser Impression jet d’encreTraitement de surface Usinage laser Rechargement Laser Fusion sélective par laser ~100µm Procédé additif Procédé soustractif Traitement de surface
    4. 4. INISMa-CRIBC Avenue Gouverneur Cornez, 4 – B-7000 Mons, BELGIUM Tel +32(0)65.40.34.34 www.bcrc.be 4 www.emra.eu Fabrication additive (Définition) : Production d’un objet réel en 3D par ajout progressif de matière. Autres dénominations : impression 3D, prototypage rapide … Chaque dénomination est porteuse de sens : - Impression 3D : connote le principe de mise en œuvre - Prototypage rapide : connote le premier usage industriel historique de ces procédés - Fabrication additive : sous-entend une certaine maturité industrielle Fabrication additive, … une (r)évolution !
    5. 5. INISMa-CRIBC Avenue Gouverneur Cornez, 4 – B-7000 Mons, BELGIUM Tel +32(0)65.40.34.34 www.bcrc.be 5 www.emra.euFabrication additive, … une (r)évolution ! Un concept récent ? NON ! Approche soustractive Approche additive Où est donc l’innovation ? 1 / Automatisation de l’approche additive (= précision, qualité, reproductibilité), 2/ Usage des technologies numériques (= souplesse, versatilité)
    6. 6. INISMa-CRIBC Avenue Gouverneur Cornez, 4 – B-7000 Mons, BELGIUM Tel +32(0)65.40.34.34 www.bcrc.be 6 www.emra.euFabrication additive, … une (r)évolution ! Fabrication soustractive Moulage par injection Fabrication additive (Bénéfices attendus) Très haute précision Très haute précision Pièce complexe  Temps fabrication ↑ Productivité élevée 1 moule = 1 pièce Coût ≠ f(complexité) Fabrication simultanée de pièces ≠ Usure des outils Faible usure d’outil Pas d’usure d’outil Problématiques matériaux Personnalisation des pièces Restrictions géométriques Restrictions géométriques Complexité géométrique Réduction de poids Monomatériau Monomatériau Multimateriaux Perte de bonne matière Peu de perte de matière Peu de perte de matière Multiples opérations successives Optimisation laborieuse
    7. 7. INISMa-CRIBC Avenue Gouverneur Cornez, 4 – B-7000 Mons, BELGIUM Tel +32(0)65.40.34.34 www.bcrc.be 7 www.emra.euFabrication additive, … une (r)évolution ! Procédé conventionnel Fabrication additive Nombre de pièces Coûtparpièce Adapté de « Economics of additive manufacturing for end-usable metal parts » E. Atzni et al Fabrication additive (Limitations actuelles) Fiabilité des équipements Manque de contrôle sur le procédé Coût des matières premières Reprise et post-traitement Faible productivité Anisotropie des propriétés
    8. 8. INISMa-CRIBC Avenue Gouverneur Cornez, 4 – B-7000 Mons, BELGIUM Tel +32(0)65.40.34.34 www.bcrc.be 8 www.emra.euFabrication additive, … une (r)évolution !
    9. 9. INISMa-CRIBC Avenue Gouverneur Cornez, 4 – B-7000 Mons, BELGIUM Tel +32(0)65.40.34.34 www.bcrc.be 9 www.emra.euFabrication additive … moderne ! Principe général commun à tous les procédés 1 – Une représentation numérique de l’objet est constituée 2 – L’objet est tranché virtuellement en couches d’épaisseur déterminée 3 – Une couche de matière matière brute (solide, liquide, pâte) est déposée sur un support de fabrication. Une consolidation sélective de la couche est réalisée laquelle reproduit à l’identique la tranche numérique de l’objet. 4 – L’étape 3 se reproduit couche après couche jusqu’à fabrication complète de l’objet
    10. 10. INISMa-CRIBC Avenue Gouverneur Cornez, 4 – B-7000 Mons, BELGIUM Tel +32(0)65.40.34.34 www.bcrc.be 10 www.emra.euFabrication additive … moderne ! Inventions spécifiques à la fabrication additive numérique Fichiers numériques 3D .stl Format spécifique issu de la stéréolithographie et standard actuel de la fabrication additive Il reconstruit l’objet par une triangulation de sa peau. Notion de « voxel » Pixel « volumétrique » ou volume élémentaire permettant de discrétiser un objet en cellules
    11. 11. INISMa-CRIBC Avenue Gouverneur Cornez, 4 – B-7000 Mons, BELGIUM Tel +32(0)65.40.34.34 www.bcrc.be 11 www.emra.euLa jungle des procédés additifs On recense 7 familles de procédés additifs englobant chacune plusieurs déclinaisons d’un même principe. La première différentiation s’effectue sur base du type de matière première
    12. 12. INISMa-CRIBC Avenue Gouverneur Cornez, 4 – B-7000 Mons, BELGIUM Tel +32(0)65.40.34.34 www.bcrc.be 12 www.emra.euLes procédés en vogue - 1 Procédé par dépôt de fil fondu (Fused Deposition Modeling – FDM)  Simple extrudeur monté sur un robot cartésien  Extrusion de polymères thermoplastiques  Rapide et pas cher  Capable d’imprimer des objets mono ou bi- matière en : - PLA, ABS, Nylon, PETG, PC, …  Stratasys est le leader mondial du marché  Meilleur choix actuel pour le développement rapide de pièces mécaniques & prototypes  Gamme de prix entre 500 € et 150 000 € !
    13. 13. INISMa-CRIBC Avenue Gouverneur Cornez, 4 – B-7000 Mons, BELGIUM Tel +32(0)65.40.34.34 www.bcrc.be 13 www.emra.euFiche signalétique - FDM Abréviation FDM Classe de matériaux Polymères sous forme solide (bobines de filaments) Matériaux typiques Thermoplastiques , élastomères Taille max. objet >1 m3 Taille min. détails 50 µm Epaisseur de couches minimale 100 µm Précision 20 µm Finition de surface Légèrement rugueuse à très rugueuse selon l’épaisseur des couches Vitesse de fabrication Modérée Pièces en Nylon - Stratasys Pièce en ABS - Stratasys Pièce en PLA - BigRepOne
    14. 14. INISMa-CRIBC Avenue Gouverneur Cornez, 4 – B-7000 Mons, BELGIUM Tel +32(0)65.40.34.34 www.bcrc.be 14 www.emra.euFDM – Exemples de machines  Imprimante professionnelle  12 matériaux disponibles  Impression bi-matière (possibilité d’imprimer des supports solubles)  Enceinte de fabrication chauffée  Zone d’impression : 35 cm x 25 cm x 25 cm  Résolution 127 µm  Prix : 185 000 $ (mais premier prix chez Stratasys : 15 000$) Stratasys FORTUS 400mc Zortrax m200  Imprimante « personnelle »  3 matériaux disponibles  Impression mono-matière  Zone d’impression : 20 cm x 20 cm x 20 cm  Résolution approx. 50 µm  Prix : 2000 $
    15. 15. INISMa-CRIBC Avenue Gouverneur Cornez, 4 – B-7000 Mons, BELGIUM Tel +32(0)65.40.34.34 www.bcrc.be 15 www.emra.euFDM – Exemples de machines Impression sur Fortus 400mc Matériau : Nylon 12 Impression sur Zortrax m200 Matériau : ABS Visuellement les imprimantes FDM « domestiques » jouent jeu égal (et parfois surclassent) avec leurs équivalents industriels MAIS Elles ne sont pas capables de gérer (ou mal) les matériaux techniques (ex : Nylon, PC) L’impression bi-matière est très insatisfaisante Leur fiabilité reste modérée
    16. 16. INISMa-CRIBC Avenue Gouverneur Cornez, 4 – B-7000 Mons, BELGIUM Tel +32(0)65.40.34.34 www.bcrc.be 16 www.emra.euFDM – intérêt de la bi-matière = Possibilité de créer des supports de fabrication solubles qui s’éliminent aisément sans laisser de « cicatrices » sur l’objet Exemple d’impression bi-matière chez Stratasys Supports de fabrication « Cicatrices résiduelles » De manière générale, la fabrication de structures complexes requiert l’utilisation de « supports de fabrication »
    17. 17. INISMa-CRIBC Avenue Gouverneur Cornez, 4 – B-7000 Mons, BELGIUM Tel +32(0)65.40.34.34 www.bcrc.be 17 www.emra.euLes procédés en vogue - 2 La stéréolithographie  Ancienne technologie (brevetée en 1986 !)  A laissé son nom aux fichiers .stl  Matériaux constitués de résine (chargée ou non ; ex : charge céramique)  Procédé mono-matériau exclusivement  3D system est leader du marché  Résolution et finis de surfaces les plus élevés de toutes les technologies existantes  Principe : un laser UV polymérise sélectivement une résine photosensible par balayage (variante : DLP = projection des UV sur la totalité de la couche en une fois)  Gamme de prix entre 1000$ et qqs. 10 k$
    18. 18. INISMa-CRIBC Avenue Gouverneur Cornez, 4 – B-7000 Mons, BELGIUM Tel +32(0)65.40.34.34 www.bcrc.be 18 www.emra.euFiche signalétique - Stereolithographie Pièces de coulée SLA – 3D Systems Pièce de grande dimension SLA & Charles Hull Abréviation SLA Classe de matériaux Résines sous forme liquide, photopolymérisables Matériaux typiques Résines acrylates Taille max. objet >1 m3 Taille min. détails 50 µm Epaisseur de couches minimale 50 µm Précision <20 µm Finition de surface Surface lisse Vitesse de fabrication Modérée à rapide Formlabs
    19. 19. INISMa-CRIBC Avenue Gouverneur Cornez, 4 – B-7000 Mons, BELGIUM Tel +32(0)65.40.34.34 www.bcrc.be 19 www.emra.euStereolithographie - Machines 3D Systems ProX 950  Imprimante professionnelle  12 matériaux disponibles  Grande vitesse de fabrication  Zone d’impression : 1,5 m(!) x 0,8 m x 0,55 m  Système d’imagerie intégré  Résolution 50 µm  Prix : > 500 000 $ Formlabs – Form X  Imprimante « personnelle »  4 matériaux disponibles  Vitesse de fabrication lente  Problèmes d’adhérence sur le plateau  Zone d’impression : 12,5 cm x 12,5 cm x 12,5 cm  Résolution 300 µm  Prix : 3000 €
    20. 20. INISMa-CRIBC Avenue Gouverneur Cornez, 4 – B-7000 Mons, BELGIUM Tel +32(0)65.40.34.34 www.bcrc.be 20 www.emra.euStéréolithographie « chargée » = Possibilité d’incorporer dans la résine un pigment ou une charge minérale, par exemple une poudre céramique Résine chargée Fabrication d’un objet par SLA conventionnelle Traitement thermique de déliantage (élimination de la résine et constitution d’un squelette céramique) Frittage de la céramique = obtention par cuisson d’un objet dense, fonctionnel Lithoz
    21. 21. INISMa-CRIBC Avenue Gouverneur Cornez, 4 – B-7000 Mons, BELGIUM Tel +32(0)65.40.34.34 www.bcrc.be 21 www.emra.euLes procédés en vogue - 3 La Fusion Sélective par Laser (Laser Beam Melting)  Exploite un laser de puissance (type fibré ou CO2) pour assurer la fusion sélective de lits de poudre, couche après couche.  Peut-être mis en œuvre sur thermoplastiques ou métaux (les machines sont toutefois différentes)  Utilisé pour produire des pièces fonctionnelles  Etat de surface très dépendant de la finesse des poudres initiales  Les pièces requièrent une post-finition  Gamme de prix : > 300 k€ pour les métaux, >100 k€ pour les polymères
    22. 22. INISMa-CRIBC Avenue Gouverneur Cornez, 4 – B-7000 Mons, BELGIUM Tel +32(0)65.40.34.34 www.bcrc.be 22 www.emra.euFiche signalétique - LBM Abréviation LBM (anciennement SLM) ou DMLS Classe de matériaux Matières pulvérulentes Matériaux typiques Poudres métalliques ou thermoplastiques Taille max. objet Plateau jusqu’à 50 cm de côté pour le métal Taille min. détails 50 µm Epaisseur de couches minimale 10 µm Précision <20 µm Finition de surface Surface rugueuse Vitesse de fabrication Modérée à rapide LBM métal - EOS LBM de céramique (CRIBC)
    23. 23. INISMa-CRIBC Avenue Gouverneur Cornez, 4 – B-7000 Mons, BELGIUM Tel +32(0)65.40.34.34 www.bcrc.be 23 www.emra.euLBM – Autres éléments d’appréciation Le LBM permet la fabrication rapide de pièces prototypes fonctionnelles MAIS : -Les pièces fabriquées peuvent être le siège d’importantes contraintes résiduelles = distorsions de forme & tenue mécanique affectée -Le sens de fabrication des objets peut affecter leurs propriétés -Les états de surface doivent le plus souvent faire l’objet d’une reprise = conséquence sur les tolérances dimensionnelles Pièce EOS brute de fabrication et après reprise
    24. 24. INISMa-CRIBC Avenue Gouverneur Cornez, 4 – B-7000 Mons, BELGIUM Tel +32(0)65.40.34.34 www.bcrc.be 24 www.emra.euLBM – Le futur … très proche ! Les nouvelles machines visent à surmonter ces limitations : -Meilleure contrôle des paramètres de process, -Mise en œuvre de procédé(s) innovant(s) pour assurer la reprise des surfaces in situ lors de la fabrication Cette machine combine la technologie LBM avec du fraisage conventionnel (assurant la reprise des bords de l’objet couche après couche au cours de sa fabrication)
    25. 25. INISMa-CRIBC Avenue Gouverneur Cornez, 4 – B-7000 Mons, BELGIUM Tel +32(0)65.40.34.34 www.bcrc.be 25 www.emra.euLes procédés en vogue - 4 La Fusion par faisceau d’électrons (Electron Beam Melting)  Procédé totalement similaire au LBM mais substitution du faisceau laser par un faisceau d’électrons  Mis en œuvre sur alliages de titane et CoCr  Applications aéronautiques et biomédicales principalement  Plus rapide que le LBM mais états de surface moins bons  Technologie commercialisée par la société ARCAM exclusivement  Prix : > 1 M€
    26. 26. INISMa-CRIBC Avenue Gouverneur Cornez, 4 – B-7000 Mons, BELGIUM Tel +32(0)65.40.34.34 www.bcrc.be 26 www.emra.euEBM Abréviation EBM Classe de matériaux Matières pulvérulentes Matériaux typiques Alliages de Titane et CoCr Taille max. objet Plateau 20 cm x 20 cm x 30 cm Taille min. détails 50 µm Epaisseur de couches minimale 50 µm Précision <50 µm Finition de surface Surface rugueuse Vitesse de fabrication Rapide Pièces TA6V Arcam
    27. 27. INISMa-CRIBC Avenue Gouverneur Cornez, 4 – B-7000 Mons, BELGIUM Tel +32(0)65.40.34.34 www.bcrc.be 27 www.emra.euLes procédés en vogue - 5 L’Impression sur lit de poudre (Binder Jet)  Une couche de poudre est étalée sur le plateau de fabrication  Un liant est déposé sélectivement sur la poudre par impression jet d’encre  Le procédé se poursuit couche après couche  Peut produire des pièces multicolores  Produit des pièces poreuses mais procédé compatible tout matériau  La plus faible résolution de toutes les technologies existantes  Prix : > 150 k€
    28. 28. INISMa-CRIBC Avenue Gouverneur Cornez, 4 – B-7000 Mons, BELGIUM Tel +32(0)65.40.34.34 www.bcrc.be 28 www.emra.euFiche signalétique - Binder jet Abréviation Binder Jet Classe de matériaux Matières pulvérulentes Matériaux typiques Tout matériau Taille max. objet Jusqu’à plusieurs mètres Taille min. détails 100 µm Epaisseur de couches minimale 50 µm Précision <100 µm Finition de surface Surface très rugueuse Vitesse de fabrication Rapide Impression multicolore 3D Systems Copie (échelle 1) d’une œuvre architecturale - Voxeljet
    29. 29. INISMa-CRIBC Avenue Gouverneur Cornez, 4 – B-7000 Mons, BELGIUM Tel +32(0)65.40.34.34 www.bcrc.be 29 www.emra.eu La fabrication additive … pour qui et pour quoi ? Données économiques issues du Wöhlers report 2013
    30. 30. INISMa-CRIBC Avenue Gouverneur Cornez, 4 – B-7000 Mons, BELGIUM Tel +32(0)65.40.34.34 www.bcrc.be 30 www.emra.euRépartition géographique Données économiques issues du Wöhlers report 2013
    31. 31. INISMa-CRIBC Avenue Gouverneur Cornez, 4 – B-7000 Mons, BELGIUM Tel +32(0)65.40.34.34 www.bcrc.be 31 www.emra.euRevenus
    32. 32. INISMa-CRIBC Avenue Gouverneur Cornez, 4 – B-7000 Mons, BELGIUM Tel +32(0)65.40.34.34 www.bcrc.be 32 www.emra.eu Merci de votre attention Contact f.petit@bcrc.be

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