Chapter 1. Introduction and Basic Principles.- Chapter 2. Development of Additive Manufacturing Technology.- Chapter 3. Generalized Additive Manufacturing Process Chain.- Chapter 4. Vat Photopolymerization.- Chapter 5. Powder Bed Fusion.- Chapter 6. Material Extrusion.- Chapter 7. Material Jetting.- Chapter 8. Binder Jetting.- Chapter 9. Sheet Lamination.- Chapter 10. Directed Energy Deposition.- Chapter 11. Direct Write Technologies.- Chapter 12. Hybrid Additive Manufacturing.- Chapter 13. The Impact of Low-Cost AM Systems.- Chapter 14. Material for Additive Manufacturing.- Chapter 15. Guidelines for Process Selection.- Chapter 16. Post-processing.- Chapter 17. Software for Additive Manufacturing.- Chapter 18. Direct Digital Manufacturing.- Chapter 19. Design for Additive Manufacturing.- Chapter 20. Rapid Tooling.- Chapter 21. Industrial Drivers for AM Adoption.- Chapter 22. Business and Social Implications of AM.
Professor Ian Gibson is a Professor of Industrial Design and
Director of the Fraunhofer Project Centre at The University of
Twente.Professor David W. Rosen is a Professor at the Georgia
Institute of Technology and Research Director of the Digital
Manufacturing and Design Centre at the Singapore University of
Technology and Design.
Dr. Brent Stucker is a Distinguished Engineer in Additive Manufacturing at ANSYS.
Dr. Mahyar Khorasani is a Vice-Chancellor Research Fellow in Additive Manufacturing at Deakin University.