Sensing and controlling resin-layer thickness in additive manufacturing processes

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Abstract

This AM-TKI project in collaboration with TNO focusses on the sensing and control of resin-layer thickness in AM applications. Industrial Additive Manufacturing is considered to be a potential breakthrough production technology for many applications. A specific AM implementation is VAT photo polymerization. In large-area VAT printers, always a layer of non-cured material is deposited, usually a recoating process by a blade coating technique, and a light source is used to selectively cure parts of the layer. One of the main challenge is to obtain a flat resin surface after each recoating step to produce dense and accurate final parts.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages1
Publication statusPublished - 15 Mar 2017
EventInternational Advisory Board Meeting (TU/e High Tech Systems Center) - Eindhoven, Netherlands
Duration: 15 Mar 201715 Mar 2017

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ExhibitionInternational Advisory Board Meeting (TU/e High Tech Systems Center)
CountryNetherlands
CityEindhoven
Period15/03/1715/03/17

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3D printers
Resins
Coating techniques
Photopolymerization
Light sources

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Kozhevnikov, A. (2017). Sensing and controlling resin-layer thickness in additive manufacturing processes. Poster session presented at International Advisory Board Meeting (TU/e High Tech Systems Center), Eindhoven, Netherlands.
Kozhevnikov, A. / Sensing and controlling resin-layer thickness in additive manufacturing processes. Poster session presented at International Advisory Board Meeting (TU/e High Tech Systems Center), Eindhoven, Netherlands.1 p.
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