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Title: From Additive Manufacturing to 3D/4D Printing
Other Titles: Breakthrough Innovations - Programmable Material, 4D Printing and Bio-Printing.
Authors: Andr?, Jean-Claude. ;
subject: Manufactures. ;;621.988 ; 23 ;;TS171.95 ;
Year: 2018
place: Hoboken :
Publisher: Wiley-ISTE [Imprint]
John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated.
Abstract: Annotation ; With a turnover of some 5-15 billion e / year, the additive manufacturing has industrial niches bearers thanks to processes and materials more and more optimized. While some niches still exist on the application of additive techniques in traditional fields (from jewelery to food for example), several trends emerge, using new concepts: collective production, realization of objects at once (without addition Of material), micro-fluidic, 4D printing exploiting programmable materials and materials, bio-printing, etc. There are both opportunities for new markets, promises not envisaged less than 10 years ago, but difficulties in reaching them. ;
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URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/264238
ISBN: 9781786302328 ;
1786302322 (Trade Cloth) ; USD 150.00 Retail Price (Publisher) ; Forthcoming ;
More Information: 468 p. ;
Appears in Collections:Manufacture

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Title: From Additive Manufacturing to 3D/4D Printing
Other Titles: Breakthrough Innovations - Programmable Material, 4D Printing and Bio-Printing.
Authors: Andr?, Jean-Claude. ;
subject: Manufactures. ;;621.988 ; 23 ;;TS171.95 ;
Year: 2018
place: Hoboken :
Publisher: Wiley-ISTE [Imprint]
John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated.
Abstract: Annotation ; With a turnover of some 5-15 billion e / year, the additive manufacturing has industrial niches bearers thanks to processes and materials more and more optimized. While some niches still exist on the application of additive techniques in traditional fields (from jewelery to food for example), several trends emerge, using new concepts: collective production, realization of objects at once (without addition Of material), micro-fluidic, 4D printing exploiting programmable materials and materials, bio-printing, etc. There are both opportunities for new markets, promises not envisaged less than 10 years ago, but difficulties in reaching them. ;
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No author
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/264238
ISBN: 9781786302328 ;
1786302322 (Trade Cloth) ; USD 150.00 Retail Price (Publisher) ; Forthcoming ;
More Information: 468 p. ;
Appears in Collections:Manufacture

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9781786302328.pdf27.02 MBAdobe PDF
Title: From Additive Manufacturing to 3D/4D Printing
Other Titles: Breakthrough Innovations - Programmable Material, 4D Printing and Bio-Printing.
Authors: Andr?, Jean-Claude. ;
subject: Manufactures. ;;621.988 ; 23 ;;TS171.95 ;
Year: 2018
place: Hoboken :
Publisher: Wiley-ISTE [Imprint]
John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated.
Abstract: Annotation ; With a turnover of some 5-15 billion e / year, the additive manufacturing has industrial niches bearers thanks to processes and materials more and more optimized. While some niches still exist on the application of additive techniques in traditional fields (from jewelery to food for example), several trends emerge, using new concepts: collective production, realization of objects at once (without addition Of material), micro-fluidic, 4D printing exploiting programmable materials and materials, bio-printing, etc. There are both opportunities for new markets, promises not envisaged less than 10 years ago, but difficulties in reaching them. ;
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No author

No author
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/264238
ISBN: 9781786302328 ;
1786302322 (Trade Cloth) ; USD 150.00 Retail Price (Publisher) ; Forthcoming ;
More Information: 468 p. ;
Appears in Collections:Manufacture

Files in This Item:
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9781786302328.pdf27.02 MBAdobe PDF