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pdf.png Kunststof Magazine, The development of Rapid Manufacturing, part 3 (Dutch) HOT

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Hugo van der Horst, Kunststof Magazine, Netherlands

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Dit artikel verscheen in 2005 in Kunststof Magazine, het grootste vakblad voor de kunststofindustrie in Nederland en België.
Het derde en laatste deel gaat over ontwerpers: hoe kijken zij aan tegen de RM ontwikkelingen en welke omslag moeten zij maken?
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pdf.png Kunststof Magazine, The development of Rapid Manufacturing, part 2(Dutch) HOT

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Hugo van der Horst, Kunststof Magazine, Netherlands

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Dit artikel verscheen in 2005 in Kunststof Magazine, het grootste vakblad voor de kunststofindustrie in Nederland en België.
Het tweede deel laat zien hoe het grijze gebied tussen RP en RM ingevuld gaat worden, wat we onder personalised manufacturing verstaan en hoe het Europese Custom-Fit project daarin een belangrijke rol speelt.
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pdf.png Kunststof Magazine, The development of Rapid Manufacturing, part 1 (Dutch) HOT

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Hugo van der Horst, Kunststof Magazine, Netherlands

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Dit artikel verscheen in 2005 in Kunststof Magazine, het grootste vakblad voor de kunststofindustrie in Nederland en België.
In het eerste deel van deze driedelige serie worden bestaande RP technieken besproken en maken we kennis met RM.
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pdf.png IPA: Die Reihen Formieren Sich (German) HOT

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Andrzej Grzesiak, Fraunhofer Institute Manufacturing Engineering and Automation (IPA), Germany

Standortbestimmung: Nach Jahren der Besinnung, geben die Rapid-Manufacturing-Anhänger jetzt Gas. Nicht ohne Grund: Für bestimmte Nischen bietet die schnelle Kleinserienproduktion per direkte Datenleitung durchaus interessante Wachstumspotenziale.



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pdf.png IPA: Umstieg Dringend Empfohlen (German) HOT

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Andrzej Grzesiak, Fraunhofer Institute Manufacturing Engineering and Automation (IPA), Germany

Studie: Das Fraunhofer IPA befragte potenzielle Anwender zum Thema Rapid Manufacturing und stellte fest: momentan kein Interesse. Laut IPA kann es allerdings für bestimmte Anwendungsfälle durchaus empfehlenswert sein, einen kompletten Technologiewechsel ins Auge zu fassen.



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pdf.png IPA: Digital engineering HOT

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Fraunhofer IPA, Serienfertigung in Losgröße 1 (German). Andrzej Grzesiak, Fraunhofer Institute Manufacturing Engineering and Automation (IPA), Germany

Im September 2005 fand das 10. Anwenderforum RPD & Manufacturing statt. Dieses Mal standen die Themen generative Technologien und Qualitätssicherung in der Produktentwicklung und Kleinserienfertigung im Mittelpunkt.



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pdf.png EOS; EOS survey confirms: e-Manufacturing is ready for the mass market HOT

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Martina Methner, EOS GmbH Electro Optical Systems, Germany

Mass production in the Western world is on the brink of a silent revolution and e-Manufacturing is an important part of that change. These are some of the conclusions of a survey conducted by EOS: they interviewed industry experts at the K 2007 show in Duesseldorf and Euromold 2007 in Frankfurt.



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pdf.png DTI, In the future everything could be produced in the kitchen at home HOT

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Jacob Benthien, DTI, Focus, Danmark

The day when physical manufacuring of items or components is carried out by consumers themselves is just round the corner.



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pdf.png CUSTOM-FIT Newsletter 10 HOT

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AIJU Technology Center, Dr. Luisa Marín and Dr. Asunción Martínez Asociación de Investigación de la Industria del Juguete, Conexas y Afines, Spain

Bimonthly Custom-Fit Newsletter.

Custom-Fit is an industry led project to investigate the possibility of moving towards knowledge based manufacturing and customised production through integration of knowledge in RM, IST and Material Science. Funded under FP6, the project involves 28 partners from 12 countries. This newsletter brings you the latest developments.

This newsletter will introduce you to the process of Helmet Customisation and a rapid manufacturing procedure, which uses a high viscosity powder material, being developed by TNO in the Netherlands.
We have also included the decisions made last 23rd of November by the Competitiveness Council of the European Union concerning the Joint Technology Initiatives that have been budgeted for.
As always, we will finish with information about the upcoming events.



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pdf.png CUSTOM-FIT Newsletter 09 HOT

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AIJU Technology Center, Dr. Luisa Marín and Dr. Asunción Martínez Asociación de Investigación de la Industria del Juguete, Conexas y Afines, Spain

Bimonthly Custom-Fit Newsletter.

Custom-Fit is an industry led project to investigate the possibility of moving towards knowledge based manufacturing and customised production through integration of knowledge in RM, IST and Material Science. Funded under FP6, the project involves 28 partners from 12 countries. This newsletter brings you the latest developments.

This newsletter will introduce you to the process of Helmet Customisation and a rapid manufacturing procedure, which uses a high viscosity powder material, being developed by TNO in the Netherlands.
We have also included the decisions made last 23rd of November by the Competitiveness Council of the European Union concerning the Joint Technology Initiatives that have been budgeted for.
As always, we will finish with information about the upcoming events. 



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