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Review of Shape Deviation Modeling for Additive Manufacturing

Abstract : Additive Manufacturing (AM) is becoming a promising technology capable of building complex customized parts with internal geometries and graded material by stacking up thin individual layers. However, a comprehensive geometric model for Additive Manufacturing is not mature yet. Dimensional and form accuracy and surface finish are still a bottleneck for AM regarding quality control. In this paper, an up-to-date review is drawn on methods and approaches that have been developed to model and predict shape deviations in AM and to improve geometric quality of AM processes. A number of concluding remarks are made and the Skin Model Shapes Paradigm is introduced to be a promising framework for integration of shape deviations in product development, and the digital thread in AM.
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Zuowei Zhu, Safa Keimasi, Nabil Anwer, Luc Mathieu, Lihong Qiao. Review of Shape Deviation Modeling for Additive Manufacturing. International Joint Conference on Mechanics, Design Engineering & Advanced Manufacturing (JCM 2016), Sep 2016, Catane, Italy. pp.241-205, ⟨10.1007/978-3-319-45781-9_25⟩. ⟨hal-01363769⟩



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