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The Laminated-Object Manufacturing (LOM) process, diagrammed in Figure 4, forms 3D models by cutting, stacking, and bonding successive layers of paper coated with heat-activated adhesive. The carbon-dioxide laser beam, directed by an optical system under CAD data control, cuts cross-sectional outlines of the prototype in the layers of paper, which are bonded to previous layers to become the prototype. The paper that forms the bottom layer is unwound from a supply roll and pulled across the movable platform. The laser beam cuts the outline of each lamination and cross-hatches the waste material within and around the lamination to make it easier to remove after the prototype is completed. The outer waste material web from each lamination is continuously removed by a take-up roll. Finally, a heated roller applies pressure to bond the adhesive coating on each layer cut from the paper to the previous layer. A new layer of paper is then pulled from a roll into position over the previous layer, and the cutting, cross hatching, web removal, and bonding procedure is repeated until the model is completed. When all the layers have been cut and bonded, the excess cross-hatched material in the
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Figure 4 Laminated Object Manufacturing (LOM): Adhesive-backed paper is fed across an elevator platform and a computer-controlled carbon dioxide infrared-emitting laser cuts the outline of a layer of the 3D model and cross-hatches the unused paper. As more paper is fed across the first layer, the laser cuts the outline and a heated roller bonds the adhesive of the second layer to the first layer. When all the layers have been cut and bonded, the cross-hatched material is removed to expose the finished model. The complete model can then be sealed and finished.
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form of stacked segments is removed to reveal the finished 3D model. The models made by the LOM have woodlike finishes that can be sanded or polished before being sealed and painted. Using inexpensive, solid-sheet materials makes the 3D LOM models more resistant to deformity and less expensive to produce than models made by other processes, its developers say. These models can be used directly as patterns for investment and sand casting, and as forms for silicone molds. The objects made by LOM can be larger than those made by most other RP processes up to 30 20 20 in. (75 50 50 cm). The LOM process is limited by the ability of the laser to cut through the generally thicker lamination materials and the additional work that must be done to seal and finish the model s inner and outer surfaces. Moreover, the laser cutting process burns the paper, forming smoke that must be removed from the equipment and room where the LOM process is performed. Helysys Corporation, Torrance, California, manufactures the LOM2030H LOM equipment. Alternatives to paper including sheet plastic and ceramic and metal-powder-coated tapes have been developed. Other companies offering equipment for building prototypes from paper laminations are the Schroff Development Corporation, Mission, Kansas, and CAM-LEM, Inc. Schroff manufactures the JP System 5 to permit desktop rapid prototyping.
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The Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) process, diagrammed in Figure 5, forms prototypes from melted thermoplastic filament. This filament, with a diameter of 0.070 in. (1.78 mm), is fed into a temperaturecontrolled FDM extrusion head where it is heated to a semi-liquid state. It is then extruded and deposited in ultrathin, precise layers on a fixtureless platform under X-Y computer control. Successive laminations ranging in thickness from 0.002 to 0.030 in. (0.05 to 0.76 mm) with wall thicknesses of 0.010 to 0.125 in. (0.25 to 3.1 mm) adhere to each by thermal fusion to form the 3D model. Structures needed to support overhanging or fragile structures in FDM modeling must be designed into the CAD data file and fabricated as part of the model. These supports can easily be removed in a later secondary operation. All components of FDM systems are contained within temperaturecontrolled enclosures. Four different kinds of inert, nontoxic filament materials are being used in FDM: ABS polymer (acrylonitrile butadiene styrene), high-impact-strength ABS (ABSi), investment casting wax, and
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