User's Guide to Rapid Prototyping will help designers, engineers, executive management, and others in the company understand how to apply rapid prototyping technologies such as 3D printing, stereo-lithography, selective laser sintering, and fused deposition modeling to the product development process. Intertwined with rapid prototyping, the processes of rapid tooling and rapid manufacturing are also discussed. An aid to making informed business decisions, the book provides information about when it may be right to implement rapid prototyping in-house versus going to a service provider. The path through justification, evaluation, and implementation is outlined. Readers will gain insights into the benefits, risks, and limitations of each technology.While some of the objects could be semi- automatically segmented, several of the objects required manual ... STL files were output using CTMTM (Materialise, Ann Arbor, MI) software and used for registration of the objects. ... The craniofacial surgeons, pediatric neurosurgeons, and pediatric neuroradiologist all utilized the physical models in the evaluation of the case. The first step in most surgical separation cases involves stretching the skin to allow an adequate amount to close overanbsp;...
|Title||:||User's Guide to Rapid Prototyping|
|Publisher||:||Society of Manufacturing Engineers - 2004-01-01|