Design of an Integrated Process Chain to Manufacture Titanium Components with Micro Features

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More and more micro components and micro features have been introduced into diverse types of industrial products and market sectors. Micro features are used in the aerospace and automotive industry and for medical and biomedical applications. There are several micro manufacturing processes but they are quite limited to machine 3D free-form micro structures in a wide range of materials, mainly hard metals. Thus, the integration of processes into a continuous process chain is required. In this paper, the design of an integrated process chain to support the manufacturing of micro features on titanium components using a formal approach is presented.
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Process chain design; axiomatic system design; technology data catalogue


21st CIRP Design Conference

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Proceedings of the 21st CIRP Design Conference
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