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Laser powder forming, also known by the proprietary name (laser engineered net shaping) is an additive manufacturing technology developed for fabricating metal parts directly from a computer-aided design (CAD) solid model by using a metal powder injected into a molten pool created by a focused, high-powered laser beam. This technique is also equivalent to several trademarked techniques that have the monikers direct metal deposition (DMD), and (LC). Compared to processes that use powder beds, such as selective laser melting (SLM) objects created with this technology can be substantially larger, even up to several feet long.

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  • Laser powder forming, also known by the proprietary name (laser engineered net shaping) is an additive manufacturing technology developed for fabricating metal parts directly from a computer-aided design (CAD) solid model by using a metal powder injected into a molten pool created by a focused, high-powered laser beam. This technique is also equivalent to several trademarked techniques that have the monikers direct metal deposition (DMD), and (LC). Compared to processes that use powder beds, such as selective laser melting (SLM) objects created with this technology can be substantially larger, even up to several feet long. (en)
  • La Laser engineered net shaping o LENS è una tecnologia di prototipazione rapida sviluppata dal Sandia National Laboratories che consente di fabbricare componenti metallici direttamente da un modello CAD depositando fili o polvere metallici in una poltiglia di metallo generata dall'azione di un fascio laser di elevata potenza (dai 400W ai 3kW) sulla superficie superiore di un substrato metallico preventivamente depositato su una piattaforma. È una tecnologia facente parte della categoria DED (Direct Energy Deposition). (it)
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  • Laser powder forming, also known by the proprietary name (laser engineered net shaping) is an additive manufacturing technology developed for fabricating metal parts directly from a computer-aided design (CAD) solid model by using a metal powder injected into a molten pool created by a focused, high-powered laser beam. This technique is also equivalent to several trademarked techniques that have the monikers direct metal deposition (DMD), and (LC). Compared to processes that use powder beds, such as selective laser melting (SLM) objects created with this technology can be substantially larger, even up to several feet long. (en)
  • La Laser engineered net shaping o LENS è una tecnologia di prototipazione rapida sviluppata dal Sandia National Laboratories che consente di fabbricare componenti metallici direttamente da un modello CAD depositando fili o polvere metallici in una poltiglia di metallo generata dall'azione di un fascio laser di elevata potenza (dai 400W ai 3kW) sulla superficie superiore di un substrato metallico preventivamente depositato su una piattaforma. È una tecnologia facente parte della categoria DED (Direct Energy Deposition). (it)
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  • Laser engineered net shaping (en)
  • Laser engineered net shaping (it)
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