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What is Rapid Prototyping ?

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  1. What is Rapid Prototyping ? Rapid prototyping (RP) refers to a relatively new class of manufacturing methods which quickly produce physical prototypes from 3D CAD data (Also known aslayered manufacturing, solid free-form fabrication, desktop manufacturing or additive manufacturing) CAD Model Prototype from RP

  2. Rapid Prototyping RP Processes use layer by layer addition

  3. Rapid Prototyping Machines & Printers Rapid Prototyping Equipment

  4. Rapid Prototyping RP does not require any tooling or mold as a precursor to manufacture

  5. Rapid Prototyping Multiple parts can be produced in one cycle

  6. Rapid Prototyping RP has been used successfully to make parts of various sizes Courtesy: FineLine Prototyping & NCMS, USA

  7. Rapid Prototyping Geometric complexity is not a limitation in RP Courtesy: Brightpuma.com

  8. Rapid Prototyping Stereolithography (SLA)

  9. Rapid Prototyping Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM)

  10. Rapid Prototyping Selective Laser Sintering (SLS)

  11. Rapid Prototyping 3D Printing (3DP)

  12. Rapid Prototyping Laminated Object Manufacturing (LOM)

  13. Rapid Prototyping Technologies • 3D Inkjet Printing • Laser Engineered Net Shaping • Selective Laser Melting • Electron Beam Melting

  14. Applications of Rapid Prototyping Touch and Feel

  15. Applications of Rapid Prototyping Form, Fit and Function

  16. Applications of Rapid Prototyping Form, Fit and Function

  17. Applications of Rapid Prototyping Visualization of Complex Arts and Artefacts

  18. Applications of Rapid Prototyping Wind Tunnel Testing Courtesy: brandonsmarathon.com

  19. Applications of Rapid Prototyping Ergonomic Design

  20. Applications of Rapid Prototyping Validation of Invention

  21. Applications of Rapid Prototyping Validation of Invention

  22. Applications of Rapid Prototyping Tooling

  23. Applications of Rapid Prototyping Patterns for Casting Courtesy: crptechnology.com

  24. Rapid Prototyping RP can make parts with controlled mechanical properties Courtesy: FineLine Prototyping & NCMS, USA

  25. Applications of Rapid Prototyping Prototypes for Medical Applications

  26. Applications of Rapid Prototyping Direct Tooling Courtesy: 3rtpd.co.uk

  27. Applications of Rapid Prototyping Reverse Engineering

  28. Applications of Rapid Prototyping Jewelry Design Courtesy: Rhinojewel

  29. Medical Implants by RP Courtesy: Espalin et al. (Emerald),

  30. Applications of Rapid Prototyping Mass Customization Courtesy: thenegineer.co.uk

  31. Materials Options for RP Metallic materials – Plain Carbon Steel, Tool Steel, Stainless steel, Aluminium, Copper, Titanium, Bronze, Nickel Alumides Polymers and Polymeric Composites - ABS, Nylon (Polyamide), Polycarbonate, PP, Epoxies, Glass filled polyamide, Windform, Polystyrene, Polyester, Polyphenylesulfone Others - Sand, Ceramics, Elastomers, Tungsten, Wax, Starch, Plaster Bio Compatible Materials - Polycaprolactone (PCL), polypropylene-tricalcium phosphate, (PP-TCP), PCL-hydroxyapatite (HA), polyetheretherketone-hydroxyapatite, (PEEK-HA), tetracalcium phosphate (TTCP), beta – tricalcium phosphate (TCP), Polymethyl methacrylate (PMMA)

  32. Limitations of RP • Cost • Accuracy • Finish • Strength • Material Options