4 edition of Near Net Shape Manufacturing: Proceedings of Near-Net-Shape Manufacturing found in the catalog.
Near Net Shape Manufacturing: Proceedings of Near-Net-Shape Manufacturing
Penn.) Near-Net-Shape Manufacturing: Examining Competitive Processes Conference (1993 : Pittsburgh
by Asm Intl
Written in English
|Contributions||American Foundrymen"s Society (Corporate Author)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||200|
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/ Near-net shape structures fabricated by micro-robotic deposition using precision extrusion control. ASME/ISCIE International Symposium on Flexible Automation, ISFA American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), pp. (ASME/ISCIE International Symposium on Flexible Automation, ISFA ).Author: David J. Hoelzle, Andrew G. Alleyne, Amy J. Wagoner Johnson. An Investigation into the Comparative Costs of Additive Manufacture vs. Machine from Solid for Aero Engine Parts Jeff Allen Manufacturing Technology Rolls-Royce plc. PO Box 31 Derby UK ABSTRACT An overview of the relative economics of producing a near net shape by Additive Manufacturing (AM)Cited by:
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This book covers the mechanism, salient features, and important aspects of various subtractive, additive, forming and hybrid techniques to manufacture near net-shaped products.
The latest research in this area as well as possible future research are also highlighted. This work describes an experimental investigation with the aim to evaluate and establish wire spark erosion machining (WSEM) as a viable alternative for high quality miniature gear manufacturing.
External spur type miniature brass (ASTM ) gears with 12 teeth, mm outside diameter and 5 mm face width were manufactured by WSEM. In the last 30 years, the concept of manufacturability has been applied to many different processes in numerous industries.
This has resulted in the emergence of several different “Design for Manuf Cited by: Manufacturing to the desired size, shape, surface quality and mechanical properties is possible with the help of precision techniques developed in the field of forming, machining, rapid prototyping, moulding, and sheet metal working.
This book sheds light on near net shape manufacturing processes. Near net shape technologies have expanded these concepts, targeting mainly primary shaping process, such as casting or forging. The desired outcome of manufacturability analysis for near-net-shape (NNS) processes is cost and lead-time reduction through minimization of process steps (in particular cutting and finishing operations) and raw Author: D.
Marini, D. Cunningham, J.R. Corney. Near net shape technologies have expanded these concepts, targeting mainly primary shaping process, such as casting or forging. The desired outcomes of manufacturability analysis for near-net-shape (NNS) processes are cost and lead/time reduction through minimization of process steps (in particular cutting and finishing operations) and raw Cited by: Manufacturing of Ti‐6Al‐4V structural parts with linear friction welding (LFW) is explained focusing on main advantages using this technology.
Several studies have been conducted by ACB to understand main stakes of LFW for manufacturing and propose most reliable and cost‐efficient by: 1.
Download Near-Net Shape Manufacturing of Miniature Spur Gears by Wire Spark Erosion Machining (Materials Forming, Machining and Tribology) - Free epub. Near net shape is an industrial manufacturing technique. The name implies that the initial production of the item is very close to the final (net) shape, reducing the need for surface finishing.
Reducing traditional finishing such as machining or grinding eliminates more than two-thirds of the production costs in some industries.
Linear Friction Welding for Near Net Shape Manufacturing of Titanium Alloy Ti-6Al-4V Aerospace Components Abstract: Titanium alloy aerospace components are typically machined from oversized ingots, forgings and : Anthony R. McAndrew, Bertrand C. Flipo. In: Proceedings of the Near-Net-Shape Manufacturing: Examining Competitive Processes Conference, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, pp Google Scholar Harvey R E Cutting Metal Loss Tied to Near Net by: 1.
Pastore, Christopher M., and Ko, Frank K. "Near Net Shape Manufacturing of Composite Engine Components by 3-D Fiber Architecture." Proceedings of the ASME International Gas Turbine and Aeroengine Congress and by: 1.
Near-Net Shape Manufacturing of Miniature Spur Gears by Wire Spark Erosion Machining (Materials Forming, Machining and Tribology) Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed.
Edition. by Kapil Gupta (Author), Neelesh Kumar Jain (Contributor) ISBN ISBN Author: Kapil Gupta. Get this from a library. Near-net-shape manufacturing: proceedings of Near-Net-Shape Manufacturing: Examining Competitive Processes Conference, September, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
[Peter W Lee; B Lynn Ferguson; American Foundrymen's Society.;]. Improvements in efficiency and final product quality in near-net shape manufacturing can be achieved through comprehensive and process-relevant characterisation of powder flow properties, enabling a design space for be defined for optimal materials without incurring the time and financial overheads associated with running new materials through the process to assess compatibility.
Computer Applications in Near Net-Shape Operations (Advanced Manufacturing) [, Andrew,Soh,Yun] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Computer Applications in Near Net-Shape Operations (Advanced Manufacturing)Cited by: 5. Near Net Shape Rapid Manufacture & Repair by LENS The main manufacturing routes of casting, forging and machining typically exhibit long lead has been focussed on Near Net Shape (NNS) rapid manufacture, modification and repair of components in advanced materials.
The process creates/repairs fully functional parts, in a wide array of Cited by: 5. This new method, referred to as near-net-shape electrochemical metallisation, is based on the in situ metallisation (via the FFC-Cambridge process) of 3D-printed titanium oxide precursors (using direct ink writing process).
In order to evaluate the main contributors to the environmental damage and to compare them with the conventional route for Author: Aleksei Dolganov, Matthew T.
Bishop, Marco Tomatis, George Z. Chen, George Z. Chen, Di Hu. Near Net Shape Manufacturing of Metal - A review of Approaches and their Evolutions D. Marini1, a *, D. Cunningham2, b and J.R. Corney3, c 1, 2, 3 Department of Design, Manufacture and Engineering Management (DMEM), University of Strathclyde, Montrose Street, Glasgow, UK.
*Corresponding author. In the present work, the near–net–shape manufacturing of Ti–Al–O–C composites by a combination of indirect three–dimensional printing and pressureless reactive melt infiltration process was explored.
A porous ceramic preform was fabricated by printing a powder blend of Author: Xiaowei Yin, Xiaowei Yin, Nahum Travitzky, Peter Greil.
"Mechanical Design for Accuracy of Linkage Servo Press for Near-Net Shape Forming." Proceedings of the ASME International Design Engineering Technical Conferences and Computers and Information in Engineering Conference. Volume 4: 23rd Design for Manufacturing and the Life Cycle Conference; 12th International Conference on Micro- and Author: Jing Tao, Huanan Qian, Suiran Yu.This paper will discuss the state of these technologies: Vacuum Hot Press Bonding, Near Net Shape Forming with re- useable mandrels, and the development of the O material.
The paper will also attempt to show how these new manufacturing technologies addresses the perception that beryllium is an expensive, long lead by: 2.1. Introduction. The capability of plasma spraying for producing multilayered surface coatings is well known with its wide industrial usage.
In recent years, it has diversified as a manufacturing tool for near net shape free standing components with numerous industrial applications, by its distinct advantage of being a rapid process, combining the processes of melting, rapid solidification Cited by: