Additiv tillverkning

Kommittébeteckning: SIS/TK 280 (Information och automation i produktlivscykeln)
Källa: ISO
Svarsdatum: den 7 jun 2019
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This part of ISO 14649 specifies the process data for additive manufacturing. As with other processes, ISO 14649-17 describes additive manufacturing at the micro process plan level without making a commitment to particular machines or processes. This means that ISO 14649-17 differentiates between explicit data and derived data. Support structures, for example, depend on the shape and process. These should be derived, therefore, when the process and the machine are chosen in order to achieve maximum flexibility. The workingstep structure is, though, sufficiently flexible to allow support structures to be added explicitly, should they be required. Assemblies can be described with different elements, with different materials, in different workingsteps. However, additive manufacturing can be either sequential or parallel, in contrast to other manufacturing techniques such as milling, turning or EDM which are sequential. For this reason, there is also a possibility to define explicit parallel features.

Ämnesområden: Additiv tillverkning
Kommittébeteckning: SIS/TK 563 (Additiv tillverkning)
Källa: CEN
Svarsdatum: den 27 jun 2019
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This document gives requirements, guidelines and recommendations for using additive manufacturing (AM) in product design.

It is applicable during the design of all types of products, devices, systems, components or parts that are fabricated by any type of AM system. This document helps determine which design considerations can be utilized in a design project or to take advantage of the capabilities of an AM process.

General guidance and identification of issues are supported, but specific design solutions and process-specific or material-specific data are not supported.

The intended audience comprises three types of users:

— designers who are designing products to be fabricated in an AM system and their managers;

— students who are learning mechanical design and computer-aided design;

— developers of AM design guidelines and design guidance systems.