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You are faced with the technical decision to fabricate a high load bearing part to be used in a reactor involving corrosive media. Which of the listed AM methods would be most suitable for fabricating the part?
Powder bed AM methods often require a post thermal treatment to relieve internally built-up stresses. Why must these stresses be relieved?
A part design you are working on will require surfaces which must be wear resistant whilst maintaining a light weight structure. If a high performance polymeric material such as PEEK must be used for this part, which of the AM methods can used for fabricating this part?
You need to have a part fabricated using an AM method to relatively tight tolerances without a post treatment (machining or coating). Which of the listed AM options would fit most?
An AM method for processing metals has been used for the fabrication of parts used in an ultrahigh vacuum system, this is because:
An application involving hollow structures, so as to maintain a certain buoyancy in open waters, is under design. You are to decide on an AM method for prototyping these hollow structures in a timely and inexpensive manner. Which of the listed methods is most suitable?
Which of the following adjustments may not be applied in order to improve surface quality of 3D printed parts while printing?
You have just determined that a defect part in your machine is no-longer in production. This part requires a high dimensional stability when in use. Which of the following AM methods is not likely to be used for this part?