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Computer aided manufacturing supported process planning of additive
manufacturing by laser deposition welding
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Laser additive manufacturing technologies have to be integrated into sophisticated
process chains including the computer aided manufacturing (CAM) process planning to achieve best
overall performance. But currently, additive manufacturing processes are developed to their limits
without regards to the CAM process planning. Based on integrated CAM software, which handles
specific laser process needs, successful implementations focus on individual geometries
and offer solutions for the entire process of complex manufacturing and repairing
tasks in laser
welding. Due to
the change of process conditions and requirements, adequate process strategies need to be
developed. Therefore, the capability for controlling these process parameters is considered within
the CAM system. Hence, the shortcoming of laser deposition
strategies can be fitted to the part's geometry.
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