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Speed and Accuracy of High Speed Sintering

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High Speed Sintering is a novel powder based additive manufacturing process that retains the major benefits of Laser Sintering but eliminates some major drawbacks. The process uses inkjet print head and infrared lamps to fabricate parts layer by layer using polymer powder.

The purpose of this research was to evaluate the speed and accuracy of High Speed Sintering by closely following a method published in the research paper of Rapid Prototyping Journal, entitled 'Speed and Accuracy Evaluation of Additive Manufacturing Machines'. This methodology involves the manufacturing of test parts defined in the paper analysis using the method provided, speed and accuracy of High Speed Sintering is assessed and then benchmarked against four other Additive Manufacturing processes.

Based on a theoretical speed evaluation, results show that High Speed Sintering is able to achieved superior average manufacturing speed than the other specified Additive Manufacturing technologies.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 01 January 2015

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