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Rapid Manufacturing


Rapid Technology and Addictive Manufacturing



MANUFACTURING INSIGHTS: RAPID PROTOTYPES FOR METAL CASTING PROCESSES

This program, scripted by renowned industry specialist Todd Grimm, highlights how rapid casting and its various techniques have become an indispensable part of modern manufacturers' ability to shorten design and production lead times. Case studies look into the evolution of rapid casting technology and evaluate its flexibility for producing complex, finely detailed castings that eliminate the need for hard tooling, which reduces production costs and time to market.

~ In the Investment Casting segment, Express Pattern and Barron Industries are highlighted to see how rapid prototyping accelerates investment casting prototypes, processes and production.
~ In the Sand Casting segment we enter Ford Motor Company's Beech Daly Technical Center to witness the automated, direct production of sand casting copes, drags and cores.
~ In the Plaster Mold Casting segment, tour Armstrong Mold's and Design Prototyping Technologies' operations to understand the role rapid prototyping has in the plaster mold casting process.


DVD / 2009 / () / 35 minutes

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FUNDAMENTALS OF TOOL DESIGN: RAPID TOOLING DESIGN

This program explores the development and application of various direct and indirect rapid tooling technologies used to create injection molds.

Written by renowned rapid prototyping industry specialist, Todd Grimm, this video examines the tool design practices that leverage the advantages and address the limitations of the various technologies.

From tool design to component building, tool assembly, and injection molding, follow the development of these rapid tools as they're prepared for parts production.

The use of conformal cooling channels within these tools is also featured.


DVD / 2008 / () / 26 minutes

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MANUFACTURING INSIGHTS: MEDICAL APPLICATIONS OF RAPID PROTOTYPING

Rapid technology and 3D data capture are inspiring a new world of medical innovations from orthopedic implants to biomaterials used in tissue engineering. Medical Applications of Rapid Prototyping takes you inside the medical industry to examine how Rapid is being used to reconstruct anatomy, build parts, and rebuild lives.

First we take you inside Biomet in Warsaw, Indiana where they demonstrate how CT and MRI scans are converted into rapid prototyped models for the purpose of creating custom implants that are specifically matched to the patients' own anatomical data.

Next, Direct Dimensions in Baltimore, Maryland shows us how 3D scanning technology and rapid prototyping are used to produce aesthetic prosthetics. You'll also meet the surgeons, medical illustrators and modelers from Johns Hopkins University who give these prosthetics their realistic look.

Our program closes with a visit to the Medical University of South Carolina, where they're using additive fabrication with living cells and advanced biomaterials to produce pioneering innovations in tissue engineering.

Written by noted medical device designer Ted Kucklick, Medical Applications of Rapid Prototyping is the perfect program for any engineer, rapid prototyping provider, or medical practitioner that is looking for an exclusive insider's look at the life enhancing applications of this technology.


DVD / 2007 / () / 20 minutes

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MANUFACTURING INSIGHTS: RAPID MANUFACTURING

This program delivers the insight of 12 seasoned industry experts from across the globe. Each brings a fresh perspective as they share views on the practical applications and the future of direct digital manufacturing

Viewers go inside Advatech and Loughborough University in the UK to see how rapid manufacturing is transforming the design practices, manufacturing processes and business models across industries. This program also features real products currently being manufactured using rapid technology and discusses direct metal's role in rapid manufacturing as well as other processes in action.


DVD / 2007 / () / 33 minutes

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MANUFACTURING INSIGHTS: DIRECT METAL MANUFACTURING

This Manufacturing Insights program explores advancements in Direct Metal Manufacturing and shows how these technologies affect the creation of parts and tooling in various metals.

The first example is at Morris Technologies (Cincinnati, OH) where an EOS direct-metal laser sintering machine is able to deliver metal prototype parts in four days to help clients show off a new key lock.

Next we talk with the Synergeering Group (Farmington Hills, MI) about their experience making titanium parts directly from CAD data using the Arcam Electron Beam Melting technology.

At DME (Madison Heights, MI) we highlight the Moldfusion process as it is used to develop metal tooling for the injection molding process.

The POM Group (Auburn Hills, MI) demonstrates their direct metal deposition equipment, which can blend various metals to tailor material properties to product requirements.

Written by industry expert Todd Grimm, this program demonstrates the current state of Direct Metal Manufacturing processes. It illustrates what happens when innovative companies capitalize on Direct Metal Manufacturing to make dramatic changes to the way parts and tooling are designed.


DVD / 2005 / () / 30 minutes

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RAPID PROTOTYPING AND RAPID MANUFACTURING. A VIRTUAL LABORATORY TOUR & PRESENTATION BY THE HONG KONG POLYU INDUSTRIAL CENTRE

Interviews and Edited by Professor Paul G. Ranky

This electronic publication is a professional quality DVD presentation by the Hong Kong PolyU - Industrial Centre professional staff. Tested on many undergraduate and graduate students and professionals in the USA and in the UK, is an excellent introduction to some rapid prototyping and rapid manufacturing principles, technologies, requirements, design challenges, applications, and practical examples.

It discusses some of the basic principles of rapid prototyping and rapid manufacturing, methods, tools and technologies with several industrial and research case studies explained and demonstrated by the Hong Kong PolyU - Industrial Centre professional staff in professional laboratories, using state-of-the art technologies and machines.


DVD / 2005 / () / 20 minutes

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RAPID PROTOTYPING SOLUTIONS, WITH A SUSTAINABLE GREEN ENGINEERING DESIGN AND MANUFACTURING FOCUS

By Steve Upcraft, General Manager and Colleagues, Innovative Manufacturing Centre, Nottingham, UK. Interviews, Edited and Additional Material by Professor Paul G. Ranky USA

This electronic publication is a professional quality DVD tour of the Innovative Manufacturing Centre, England, focusing on rapid prototyping with 3D CAD/ ProE, the Zcore, the Stratasys Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM), the 3D Systems StereoLithogrAphy, (SLA), and the Helisys Laminated Object Manufacturing (LOM) methods with in-depth practical demonstrations.


DVD / 2005 / () / 53 minutes

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RAPID TECHNOLOGIES

The "Rapid Technologies" CD-ROM contains over 100 technical papers and journal, newsletter, and magazine articles detailing the latest advances and trends in this growing area of manufacturing. Product, process, and tool designers, manufacturing engineers, and researchers will use this CD to learn about new applications, materials, and processes. You'll see how rapid technologies are being used to bring new products to market faster with lower costs, and how rapid manufacturing and rapid tooling are opening new paths to speed processing, allowing smaller batch sizes and greater product flexibility.

CD-ROM (Win) / 2005 / () /

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FUNDAMENTAL MANUFACTURING PROCESSES: RAPID PROTOTYPING

This program introduces the various technologies, systems and materials used to produce rapid prototype models, parts and tooling. These rapid prototyping technologies and systems include: Stereolithography, Selective Laser Sintering, Fused Deposition Modeling, Ultrasonic Consolidation, The Pro Metal System, The Thermojet Modeler, The 612 Modeler, The Z810 Modeler, The Eden 330 Modeler, and Room Temperature Vulcanized Tooling.

DVD / 2003 / () / 24 minutes

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MANUFACTURING INSIGHTS: CONCEPT MODELING

This program presents an in-depth examination of concept modeling machines and their growing impact on new product development. This informative program looks at three different machines and explores how engineers are adapting their approach to projects to reap the most benefit. Concept Modeling provides a detailed examination of how each of the three featured modeling machines operate. After witnessing each system in action, you'll have a solid understanding of the technology and be better prepared for the changes it brings to product development.

DVD / 2003 / () / 27 minutes

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MANUFACTURING INSIGHTS: RAPID INJECTION MOLD TOOLING

This program shows three different methods of making injection molds using various rapid prototyping techniques. The first example is epoxy tooling made from a stereolithography pattern that is used to mold 15 prototype parts in actual production material. The second example used the DTM process called RapidTool to make mold inserts capable of thousands of injection cycles. These RapidTool inserts were formed using powder metal in a Sinterstation. The powder metal inserts are infiltrated with copper to give the tool strength. The last example shows how the 3D Keltool process can be used to make mold inserts capable of being used as the final production tool for an injection molded part. This program also contains a demonstration of the PROMETAL machine that can make metal tooling directly from CAD data.

DVD / 2003 / () / 26 minutes

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MANUFACTURING INSIGHTS: RAPID TOOLING, RAPID PARTS

Learn how CAD/CAM advancements in rapid prototyping (RP) let you move quickly from CAD/CAM concepts to hard tooling, via rapid prototyping methods, to make "ready-to-test" parts. You'll witness RP's acceleration beyond fragile plastic constructions that show form and only mimic function, to actual metal or engineered plastic parts from RP tooling. This best selling video shows you step-by-step techniques and actual benefits.

DVD / 1994 / () / 40 minutes

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