Our web page (details below) includes a number of papers on direct AIM.
In addition you may want to look at work by Georgia Tech (Colton, Dawson,
Jangha) for direct AIM, theur web page is http://rpmi.marc.gatech.edu/.
For SL composite, look at work by Dickens and Rahmati (then at Nottingham
For RTV and Keltool there are various Case Studies plus some published
research on RTV in the European RP&M conference proceedings.
Hope this helps,
Rapid Manufacturing Research Group
Department of Mechanical & Manufacturing Eng
De Montfort University
Queens Building, The Gateway,
Tel +44 116 2551551 x8064
Fax +44 2577054
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> I am looking for information on RTV, Direct AIM, SL
> Composite moulding and Keltool technologies.
> The information I am looking for is Process characterisation
> of each process, which inculde adavantages, disadavantages,
> target materials
> and methods of producing the tools etc...
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