The SMARTLAM 3D-I Concept: Design of Microsystems from Functional Elements Fabricated by Generative Manufacturing Technologies

Abstract : Generative manufacturing technologies are gaining more and more of importance as key enabling technologies in future manufacturing, especially when a flexible scalable manufacturing of small medium series of customized parts is required. The paper describes a new approach for design and manufacturing of complex three dimensional components building on a combination of additive manufacturing and e-printing technologies, where the micro component is made up of stacks of functionalized layers of polymer films. Special attention will be paid to the “3-d” modeling approach, requested to support the applicaton developer through provision of design rules for this integrated manufacturing concept . Both, the application concept as well as the related equipment and manufacturing integration currently are currently developed further in the project SMARTLAM, funded by the European Commission.
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Markus Dickerhof, Daniel Kimmig, Raphael Adamietz, Tobias Iseringhausen, Joel Segal, et al.. The SMARTLAM 3D-I Concept: Design of Microsystems from Functional Elements Fabricated by Generative Manufacturing Technologies. 7th International Precision Assembly Seminar (IPAS), Feb 2014, Chamonix, France. pp.147-160, ⟨10.1007/978-3-662-45586-9_19⟩. ⟨hal-01260754⟩

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