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Environment and Safety Impacts of Additive Manufacturing: A Review

References [1] ASTM International, “F2792-12a - Standard Terminology for Additive Manufacturing Technologies,” Rapid Manuf. Assoc. , pp. 10–12, 2013. [2] KELLENS, K., BAUMERS, M., GUTOWSKI, T. G., FLANAGAN, W., LIFSET, R., DUFLOU, J. R. 2017. Environmental Dimensions of Additive Manufacturing: Mapping Application Domains and Their Environmental Implications. J. Ind. Ecol. , 21 , pp. S49–S68. [3] Wohlers, Wohlers report 2017 : 3D printing and additive manufacturing state of the industry : annual worldwide progress report ., 22nd ed. FORT

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Corrosion Testing of Additively Manufactured Metals and Biomedical Devices

References [1] Czvikovszky T., Nagy P., Gaál J.: A polimertechnika alapjai . Műegyetemi Kiadó, Budapest, 2007. [2] Gebhardt A.: Understanding Additive Manufacturing. Carl Hanser Verlag GmbH & Co. KG, München, 2011. [3] DebRoy T., Wei H. L., Zuback J. S. et al.: Additive manufacturing of metallic components Process, structure and properties . Progress in Materials Science, 92. (2017) 112–224. [4] Moiduddin K., Darwish S. et al.: Structural and

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Wire arc additive manufacturing of mild steel

References [1] Frazier, W. E. (2014): Metal additive manufacturing: A review. Journal of Materials Engineering and Performance, 23(6), pp. 1917–1928. [2] Wong, K.V., Hernandez, A. (2012): A review of additive manufacturing. ISRN Mechanical Engineering, 2012, pp. 1–10. [3] Merz, R. (1994): Shape deposition manufacturing (Doctoral dissertation), Retrieved from , pp. 169. [4] Weiss, L.E., Merz, R., Prinz, F.B., Neplotnik, G., Padmanabhan, P., Schultz, L

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Examination of Laser Microwelded Joints of Additively Manufactured Individual Implants

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Additive Manufacturing and Casting Technology Comparison: Mechanical Properties, Productivity and Cost Benchmark

REFERENCES 1. Gibson I., David W., Rosen D. & Stucker B. (2006). Additive Manufacturing Techno-logies: 3D Printing, Rapid Prototyping, and Direct digital manufacturing. New York: Springer. 2. Campbell J. (2002) “Castings” Butterworth-Heinemann. 3. Verdins G. & Dukulis I., (2008). “Material science” – Riga, LLU. 4. Karnati, S., Axelsen, I., Liou, F. F., & Newkirk, J. W. (2016). Investigation of tensile properties of bulk and SLM fabricated 304L stainless steel using various gage length specimens. Proceedings of the 27th Annual

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Simulation of Processes Occurring in the Extrusion Head Used in Additive Manufacturing Technology

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Application of Additive Manufacturing for the Repair of Forging Dies

References [1] Béres L: Javító- és felrakóhegesztések. In: Hegesztési zsebkönyv. (Szerk.: Gáti J.). Cokom Mérnökiroda Kft., Miskolc, 2003. 539–557. [2] Uzonyi S., Asztalos L., Farkas A., Dobránszky J.: Additív hegesztéses gyártás jelene és jövője. Hegesztéstechnika, 28. (2017) 89–92. [3] Ding D. et al.: Wire-feed additive manufacturing of metal components: technologies, developments and future interests . The International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology, 81/1–4. (2015) 465–481.

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3D Digitization and Additive Manufacturing Technologies in Medicine


The paper discusses the use of 3D digitization and additive manufacturing technologies in the field of medicine. In addition, applications of the use of 3D digitization and additive manufacturing methods are described, focusing on the design and manufacture of individual medical aids. Subsequently, the process of designing and manufacturing of orthopedic aids using these technologies is described and the advantages of introducing the given technologies into the design and manufacturing processes in the medicine sector are presented.

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Additive Manufacturing as an Important Industry Player for the Next Decades

REFERENCES [1] Materials for 3D printing in medicine: Metals, polymers, ceramics, hydrogels - Poologasundarampillai G, Nommeots-Nomm A - 3D Printing in Medicine (2017) pp. 43-71 [2] 3D Systems’ Technology Overview and New Applications in Manufacturing, Engineering, Science, and Education -Snyder T, Andrews M, Weislogel M, Moeck P, Stone-Sundberg J, Birkes D, Hoffert M, Lindeman A, Morrill J -3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing, vol. 1, issue 3 (2014) pp. 169-176 [3] Additive Manufacturing Trends in Aerospace - Joe Hiemenz - Additive

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Structural optimization under overhang constraints imposed by additive manufacturing processes: an overview of some recent results

1 Introduction The additive manufacturing technologies have recently demonstrated a unique potential in constructing structures with a high degree of complexity, thereby allowing to process almost directly the designs predicted by topology optimization algorithms. These breakthroughs however come along with new challenges. One of them is to overcome the difficulty of building shapes showing large overhangs , i.e. regions hanging over void without sufficient support from the lower structure. To give a hint of why such regions are problematic from the

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