1_rp_report.20090826.4a9550c1c2f7f0.67254086

1_rp_report.20090826.4a9550c1c2f7f0.67254086 - ME350 -...

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ME350 - Rapid Prototyping Lab Report (45 pts) 1 Introduction (8 pts) 1.1 Background (3 pts) - Answer in a few brief paragraphs (1) What is the general idea and principle behind RP techniques? (2) Give a brief history. (Hint: When was it developed? By whom?) (3) Discuss an application area where Rapid Prototyping can be used and briefly explain why it is applicable (include details of how it is best suited for this application).
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1.2 Importance (2.5 pts) - Answer in a brief paragraph (1) What are the advantages of Rapid Prototyping compared to conventional machining? (2) What parts can be constructed using RP techniques? What parts can’t be constructed? (3) What is one drawback of all RP techniques? (Hint: Think of curved surfaces.) 1.3 Objectives (2.5 pts) - Answer in a brief paragraph Describe the objectives of the lab. What knowledge and skills did you obtain? 2
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This note was uploaded on 01/15/2010 for the course ME 350 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign.

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