htm Additive Fabrication and Rapid Prototyping Additive fabrication processes typically known as Rapid Prototyping (RP), Solid Freeform Fabrication (SFF), 3D printing or by the names of the technologies themselves such as stereolithography, have become important tools for mechanical design, manufacturing, surgery, art and architecture and many other fields.
What does SFF stand for?
SFF stands for Solid Freeform Fabrication
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- Senior Fire Fighter
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- Sewer Front Foot Charge (property tax)
- Site Field Force
- Slovenian Film Fund (est. 1994)
- Small Formation Flyer
- Society of Filipino Foresters (professional group)
- Space Frontier Foundation
- Special Focus Facility (Medicaid)
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- Strengthening Families First
- Structured Fax File (file format/extension)
- Structured Financing Facility (Canada)
- Style File Format (software)
- Sundance Film Festival
- Sunny Fresh Foods, Inc. (Monticello, MN)
- Svenska Fallskärmsförbundet (Swedish Parachuting Association)
Samples in periodicals archive:
2006) Expoiting the design freeform of RM, Proceedings of Solid freeform fabrication symposium 2006, Bourell, D.
The papers discuss various aspects of the synthesis and processing of ceramics, glasses, and composites in sections covering chemical vapor deposition, combustion synthesis, reaction forming, polymer processing, electrochemical deposition, plasma synthesis, solid freeform fabrication, floc-casting, solution deposition, nanopowders and nanorods, coatings and films, composites, and geopolymers.
2006) Laser printing of polymeric materials, 17th Solid Freeform Fabrication Conference, University of Texas.
The solid imaging process, best known as 3D printing, but also as additive manufacturing, direct digital manufacturing and solid freeform fabrication, involves the creation of a three-dimensional object by adding some sort of material a little bit at a time in successive layers to build up a full-scale model.
2000) Solid Freeform Fabrication of Aqueous Alumina-Poly(vinyl alcohol) Gelcasting Suspensions, Journal of the American Ceramic Society, 83, 10, (October 2000) 2409-16, ISSN 1551-2916 Sofie, S.
3D Printing, also known as Rapid Prototyping, Additive Manufacturing, and Solid Freeform Fabrication, describes a variety of technologies that can create a fully formed object from a three-dimensional scan or computer model.
Keywords: Injection molding, Conformal, Feature recognition, Solid Freeform Fabrication 1.