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By Subramanian Senthilkannan Muthu, Monica Mahesh Savalani

This publication highlights the sustainability features of additive production (AM) in separate volumes. It describes the main points of this expertise and its implications at the whole product existence cycle sustainability, in addition to embedded carbon and the extra learn had to flow this know-how in the direction of sustainable, mainstream construction. Sustainability isn't new for any region of undefined, together with additive production, and there are presently a couple of ongoing study initiatives, either in and in educational associations, which are investigating sustainability, embedded carbon and examine actions which might must be performed sooner or later to maneuver this know-how in the direction of sustainable mainstream production.

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2). This evolution has changed the very nature of design practice for the professional designer. From its practical, industrial roots as a documenter with the ability to translate fashionable trends into commercial forms, the role of the designer now includes responding to complex social and environmental issues. The design of products is therefore arguably now less about product outcomes than it is about negotiating human relationships (with each other, environments and economies). Designers, by current definition, cannot avoid being involved in questions about what sort of society their work supports.

ISBN: 978-0-9913332-1-9 Campbell T, Williams C, Ivanova O, Garrett B (2011) Could 3D printing change the world? Technologies, and implications of additive manufacturing. Atlantic Council, Washington DC/ USA Chockalingam K, Jawahar N, Ramanathan KN, Banerjee PS (2005) Optimization of stereolithography process parameters for part strength using design of experiments. Int J Adv Manuf Technol 29(1–2):79–88 Chua CK, Fai LK (2000) Rapid prototyping: principles and applications in manufacturing. World Scientific Chua CK, Leong KF (2014) 3D printing and additive manufacturing—principles and applications, 4th edn.

The step-by-step procedure for computing the laser energy consumption in SLS process is as follows: 1. First, the part to be built is modeled in CAD and then exported in STL format. 2. The values for slice thickness and part orientation are chosen. Table 1 shows the values selected for each slice thickness and part orientation. 3. The STL file is then sliced and the sintering area for each slice is calculated by using the connect hull approach. 4. TAS is calculated by summing the areas for each slice.

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