Design for Additive Manufacturing: Motivations, Competencies and Performance Impact

Atanu Chaudhuri, Jayanth Jayaram, Iñigo Flores Ituarte, Peder Veng Søberg, Siavash H. Khajavi

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Abstract

32 secondary cases on Design for Additive Manufacturing (DfAM) and expert interviews were used to identify motivations, required competencies and performance impact of AM. Findings suggest that weight reduction motivation coupled with topology optimization competency helped in reducing weight and the number of parts. Material choice competency helped in reducing weight or in improving part functionality or quality. Weight reduction also required design simulation. Choice of appropriate AM process parameters was needed to reduce production time. 8 case studies indicated a collaborative process between DfAM partners.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publication26 th EurOMA Conference - Operations adding value to Society
Publication date2019
Publication statusPublished - 2019
Event26th EurOMA Conference - Operations adding value to Society - Hanken School of Economics - Aalto University Business School , Helsinki, Finland
Duration: 17 Jun 201919 Oct 2019
http://euroma2019.org/

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Conference26th EurOMA Conference - Operations adding value to Society
LocationHanken School of Economics - Aalto University Business School
CountryFinland
CityHelsinki
Period17/06/201919/10/2019
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Keywords

  • Design for AM
  • motivation
  • competencies
  • Performance impact

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Chaudhuri, A., Jayaram, J., Ituarte, I. F., Søberg, P. V., & Khajavi, S. H. (2019). Design for Additive Manufacturing: Motivations, Competencies and Performance Impact. In 26 th EurOMA Conference - Operations adding value to Society
Chaudhuri, Atanu ; Jayaram, Jayanth ; Ituarte, Iñigo Flores ; Søberg, Peder Veng ; Khajavi, Siavash H. . / Design for Additive Manufacturing : Motivations, Competencies and Performance Impact. 26 th EurOMA Conference - Operations adding value to Society. 2019.
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Design for Additive Manufacturing : Motivations, Competencies and Performance Impact. / Chaudhuri, Atanu; Jayaram, Jayanth; Ituarte, Iñigo Flores; Søberg, Peder Veng; Khajavi, Siavash H. .

26 th EurOMA Conference - Operations adding value to Society. 2019.

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Chaudhuri A, Jayaram J, Ituarte IF, Søberg PV, Khajavi SH. Design for Additive Manufacturing: Motivations, Competencies and Performance Impact. In 26 th EurOMA Conference - Operations adding value to Society. 2019