Special Session 12
Parts are generated layer wise (nearly) without any restrictions regarding their shape and volume. While additive manufacturing is a well-known process for plastics, the 3D printing of metal is a relatively new discipline. Design with respect to functionality can be applied at a very high level. As an extension to rapid prototyping the generated parts show adequate properties and can be used under operating conditions. A possible field of application is a small batch series with large capabilities of individual configuration. The 3D-printing of metal is often seen a resource saving discipline.
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