Three-Dimensional Printing of Sports Equipment

Kajtaz, M and Subic, A 2019, 'Three-Dimensional Printing of Sports Equipment' in Aleksandar Subic (ed.) Materials in Sports Equipment, Woodhead Publishing Limited, Duxford, United Kingdom, pp. 161-198.

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Title Three-Dimensional Printing of Sports Equipment
Author(s) Kajtaz, M
Subic, A
Year 2019
Title of book Materials in Sports Equipment
Publisher Woodhead Publishing Limited
Place of publication Duxford, United Kingdom
Editor(s) Aleksandar Subic
Start page 161
End page 198
Subjects Manufacturing Engineering not elsewhere classified
Mechanical Engineering not elsewhere classified
Materials Engineering not elsewhere classified
Summary As an emerging technology in the 1980s, additive manufacturing (AM) has been penetrating the world of manufacturing ever since. From the beginning with the development of the stereolithography technique AM offered a less-expensive and less-time consuming approach to prototyping using only photopolymers such as acrylates and epoxies. Some years later with the development of many new layer-based processes, the focus shifted from just prototyping to the direct manufacture of products. Currently, AM can process all classes of engineering materials from plastics and metals to ceramics as well as nontraditional materials
Copyright notice Copyright © 2019 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
Keyword(s) Sports equipment
additive manufacturing
DOI - identifier 10.1016/B978-0-08-102582-6.00005-8
ISBN 9780081025826
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