3D Printing Workshop for Job Shops - Using Polymer Additive Manufacturing to Enhance Precision in Metal Machining

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Thursday, September 15 3:30 PM - 4:00 PM Central

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Location: McCormick Place, West Building, Skyline Ballroom A, Level 3 (Room W375A)


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Title: 3D Printing Workshop for Job Shops - Using Polymer Additive Manufacturing to Enhance Precision in Metal Machining

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This presentation will describe efforts at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville and the Oak Ridge National Laboratory Manufacturing Demonstration Facility to apply additively manufactured polymer components for improved machining performance. Applications will include: 1) the addition of fiducials, or simple geometry features, to metal additive preforms using printed polymer holders for coordinate system alignment during machining; and 2) the use of printed polymer/foam inserts to enhance damping in thin-walled metal printed structures.

Type: 3D Printing Workshop for Job Shops


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