Additive Layer Manufacturing

Additive Layer Manufacturing

Das Additive Layer Manufacturing (ALM) ist ein spezielles Fertigungsverfahren (vgl. Digital Fabricator), bei dem mittels Lasertechnik und Materialstaub ein fertiges Produkt erzeugt wird.


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