Investigation on the Direct Manufacturing of Waveguides and Sensors Using FLM Technology

P. Ehlert, O. Stübbe, F.-J. Villmer, in: E. Padoano, F.-J. Villmer, Department of Production Engineering and Management (Eds.), Production Engineering and Management, Lemgo, 2017, pp. 127–136.

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Körperschaftlicher Herausgeber
Department of Production Engineering and Management; Hochschule Ostwestfalen-Lippe
Abstract / Bemerkung
Additive manufacturing (AM) technologies have not only revolutionized product development and design by enabling rapid prototyping. They also gained influence on production in general, mainly because of their direct manufacturing capabilities. In the context of Industry 4.0 and the related process automation, innovative and advanced production technologies with completely new approaches are required [1]. AM technologies contribute to this with their advantages like freedom of design, cost efficient product individualization, and functional integration. On the other hand, AM still shows shortcomings in exploiting its full potential. Most current AM technologies are only applicable for manufacturing with singular materials. In particular, opportunities for processing of optically or electrically conductive materials are still missing. This paper contributes to the advancement of additive manufacturing of two different material variants or even two completely different materials. A special focus is laid on producing a part that combines mechanical with optical or electrical functionalities in one process step. The ultimate goal is to integrate sensor functionalities into an AM object, e.g. strain gauges. Extrusion processes, predominantly Fused Layer Modeling (FLM), are preferred in this research due to their mechanically simple machine setup in which additional functional materials can be adapted easily to the build process. In a first step, the general manufacturability has been evaluated. Thereafter, the resulting optical transmission properties have been analyzed. Especially the attenuation has to remain below a threshold value to accomplish a minimum signal-to-noise ratio.
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Titel des Konferenzbandes
Production Engineering and Management
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1
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127-136
Konferenz
Proceedings7th International Conference
Konferenzort
Pordenone, Italy
Konferenzdatum
2017-09-28 – 2017-09-29
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Ehlert P, Stübbe O, Villmer F-J. Investigation on the Direct Manufacturing of Waveguides and Sensors Using FLM Technology. In: Padoano E, Villmer F-J, Department of Production Engineering and Management, eds. Production Engineering and Management. Publication series in direct digital manufacturing . Lemgo; 2017:127-136.
Ehlert, P., Stübbe, O., & Villmer, F.-J. (2017). Investigation on the Direct Manufacturing of Waveguides and Sensors Using FLM Technology. In E. Padoano, F.-J. Villmer, & Department of Production Engineering and Management (Eds.), Production Engineering and Management (pp. 127–136). Lemgo.
Ehlert P, Stübbe O and Villmer F-J (2017) Investigation on the Direct Manufacturing of Waveguides and Sensors Using FLM Technology. In Padoano E, Villmer F-J and Department of Production Engineering and Management (eds), Production Engineering and Management. Lemgo, pp. 127–136.
Ehlert, Patrick, Oliver Stübbe, and Franz-Josef Villmer. “Investigation on the Direct Manufacturing of Waveguides and Sensors Using FLM Technology.” In Production Engineering and Management, edited by Elio Padoano, Franz-Josef Villmer, and Department of Production Engineering and Management, 127–36. Publication Series in Direct Digital Manufacturing . Lemgo, 2017.
Ehlert, Patrick, Oliver Stübbe und Franz-Josef Villmer. 2017. Investigation on the Direct Manufacturing of Waveguides and Sensors Using FLM Technology. In: Production Engineering and Management, hg. von Elio Padoano, Franz-Josef Villmer, und Department of Production Engineering and Management, 127–136. Publication series in direct digital manufacturing . Lemgo.
Ehlert, Patrick ; Stübbe, Oliver ; Villmer, Franz-Josef: Investigation on the Direct Manufacturing of Waveguides and Sensors Using FLM Technology. In: Padoano, E. ; Villmer, F.-J. ; Department of Production Engineering and Management (Hrsg.): Production Engineering and Management, Publication series in direct digital manufacturing . Lemgo, 2017, S. 127–136
P. Ehlert, O. Stübbe, F.-J. Villmer, Investigation on the Direct Manufacturing of Waveguides and Sensors Using FLM Technology, in: E. Padoano, F.-J. Villmer, Department of Production Engineering and Management (Eds.), Production Engineering and Management, Lemgo, 2017: pp. 127–136.
P. Ehlert, O. Stübbe, and F.-J. Villmer, “Investigation on the Direct Manufacturing of Waveguides and Sensors Using FLM Technology,” in Production Engineering and Management, Pordenone, Italy, 2017, no. 1, pp. 127–136.
Ehlert, Patrick, et al. “Investigation on the Direct Manufacturing of Waveguides and Sensors Using FLM Technology.” Production Engineering and Management, edited by Elio Padoano et al., no. 1, 2017, pp. 127–36.
Ehlert, Patrick et. al. (2017): Investigation on the Direct Manufacturing of Waveguides and Sensors Using FLM Technology, in: Elio Padoano et. al. (Hgg.): Production Engineering and Management (=Publication series in direct digital manufacturing ), Lemgo, S. 127–136.
Ehlert P, Stübbe O, Villmer F-J. Investigation on the Direct Manufacturing of Waveguides and Sensors Using FLM Technology. In: Padoano E, Villmer F-J, Department of Production Engineering and Management, editors. Production Engineering and Management. Lemgo; 2017. p. 127–36. (Publication series in direct digital manufacturing ).

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