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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.



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pdf.png CUSTOM-FIT Newsletter 01 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.



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pdf.png CUSTOM-FIT Newsletter 03 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 TNO, Custom - Fit: how RM can change the world (Dutch) HOT

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Anton Gerrits, TNO Science & Industry, NL

Er is een radicale verandering in het productieproces in gang gezet. Door middel van RM moet het mogelijk worden om functionele producten en onderdelen te vervaardigen vanuit 3D CAD. Hierdoor komen begrippen als produceren, service en distributie in een compleet ander daglicht te staan en kunnen extreem klantgerichte producten worden ontwikkeld.



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pdf.png Berenschot; Customization, Rapid Manufacturing en de toekomst van marketing (Dutch) HOT

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Martijn Laar, Berenschot, Netherlands 

Marketeers hebben het leveren van maatwerkproducten (customization) ontdekt als de marketingtrend van de toekomst. Zoals de evaring van Berenschot en het Custom-Fit project aantoont, biedt Rapid Manufacturing bedrijven nu voor het eest een instrument om deze individualisering rendabel vorm te geven.



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pdf.png TNO, Rapid Manufacturing aan de vooravond van een doorbraak? (Dutch) HOT

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Anton Gerrits, TNO Science & Industry, The Netherlands

RM is een veelbelovende techniek die aansluit op de richting waarin de West-Europese maakindustrie zich met de hete adem van de lagelonenlanden in de nek, beweegt de laagsgewijze productie van kleine series complexe producten met een hoge toegevoegde waarde. Het artikel schets de stand van zaken.



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pdf.png BPO: 4D CAD (Dutch) HOT

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BPO, 4D CAD (Dutch), Alfard Jansen, BPO, The Netherlands

Het conservenblik werd uitgevonden in 1810. Echter pas in 1870 werd een enigszins bruikbare blikopener uitgevonden. Momenteel dienen zich productietechnieken aan waarmee binnen één object verschillende materialen gemengd kunnen worden. De machines die het kunnen, komen er aan. Het wachten is nog op software om de producten te ontwerpen.



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pdf.png EOS/P2L: RP (RM) scores well on all fronts HOT

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Dean Palmer, Eureka magazine January 2006, UK

The goal of mass customisation goods to suit individual tasts is nearing reality. This articles shows SLS being used to tailor the design of football boots for individual players.



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This document describes the roadmap for standardisation activities for Additive Manufacturing as drafted from the SASAM project.

The interest and attention for the development of AM standards have gained momentum. A group of over 100 industrially driven stakeholders from all over the world (with a centre of gravity in Europe) is currently active in AM. These stakeholders indicated the need and type of standards to be developed, they must be focussed on customers and market and support industrial implementation of AM. A number of standards categories were distinguished such as design, specific industrial needs, quality of manufactured parts, safety (regulations) and education.

A listing of already existing standards for AM has been drafted. Where relevant, liaisons have first been established with standardisation bodies and an assessment will be made whether further cooperation with Technical Committees will be desirable for AM topics as well. It must be noted that there is no CEN/TC on Additive Manufacturing at the moment. As part of the SASAM project it will be assessed whether the initiation



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