Additive Manufacturing. Guidelines for Laboratory Works
|Autorius||Marius Rimašauskas, Rūta Rimašauskienė, Tomas Kuncius|
|Leidykla||KTU leidykla „Technologija“|
We are currently on the threshold of the fourth industrial revolution. As the consumers’ expectations are rising, each and every consumer will be able not only to participate in the product development and production processes, but also to propose their ideas, wishes and comments. Due to the changing global production trends, it is clear that the ‘usual’ production will not be able to meet all of its challenges. The development of new shapes, automation, novel non-standard materials, the freedom of design and production, the ability to reorient and react flexibly to the changing conditions are the factors that will give some production companies the competitive advantage, while others will create unmanageable difficulties. The methodological guidelines for laboratory works are intended for Master degree students in the study field of Production Engineering under study programmes Mechatronics, Industrial Engineering and Management, Production Engineering in the framework of the module Computer Integrated Manufacturing. This book can also be useful for bachelor students and anyone interested in the possibilities offered by new technologies and their practical applications.