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Multiphase Jet Solidification - a new process towards metal prototypes and a new data interface

: Geiger, M.; Greul, M.; Sindel, M.; Steger, W.

Marcus, H.L. ; Univ. of Texas, Austin:
Solid Freeform Fabrication Symposium 1994
Austin, 1994
Solid Freeform Fabrication Symposium <5, 1994, Austin, Texas, USA>
Conference Paper
Fraunhofer IPA ()
Keramik; Materialtrennung; Metall; multiphase jet solidification; Rapid Prototyping; Strahltrennung

The production of metallic and ceramic parts with RP technologies is requested, Multiphase Jet Solidification (MJS) is a process which reveals good results to develop a commercial system due to this task. Low viscous materials (liquefied substances or powder-binder-pastes) are extruded through an x-y-z-controlled jet and parts of different materials e.g. stainless steel are fabricated layer by layer up to the final extension. The basic principle of the process and the current results will be presented. A slice format was designed for MJS, but it is also usable for other RP technologies. The goal is the development of a general slice interface for RP.