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America Makes与ANSI发布增材制造标准化路线图2.0版

发布时间: 2018-08-07 11:24:55   审校:睿智  

America Makes和美国国家标准协会(ANSI)今日宣布发布他们制定的《增材制造标准化路线图(2.0版)》出版物。该路线图是America Makes和ANSI增材制造标准化协作组织(AMSC)的工作成果,该组织专门负责协调和促进全行业范围内增材制造(AM)的标准与规范的制定。来自175个公共和私营组织的大约320人为这个文件的制定做出了贡献。美国国防部(DoD)为这项计划提供了主要资金。

新的路线图概述了当前增材制造(AM)的标准化情况,并确定了93个“问题”——其中有18个为高优先级问题——即目前还没有已发布的标准或规范来满足本行业需求的。对于其中的65个问题还额外确定了标准化前期的研发(R&D)需求。此版本针对前一版本中发现的问题提供了最新进展情况,进行了大幅修订,填补了许多空白。

这个文件还描述了许多新的问题,其中很多涉及到聚合物问题。该文件将增材制造(AM)的生命周期纳入考虑范围,从最初设计到材料和工艺的选择,再到生产、后处理、成品性能、测试、鉴定和维护。

America Makes执行董事罗布•戈勒姆(Rob Gorham)说:“AMSC在制定一系列有益于行业的增材制造标准和规范方面取得了持续进展,我们对此感到非常高兴。”

AMSC主席、All Points Additive事务所总裁吉姆•威廉姆斯(Jim Williams)说:“能够参与到AMSC的专业队伍中我感到非常荣幸,我要感谢所有为这项事业做出贡献的人。”

ANSI总裁兼首席执行官乔•巴蒂亚(Joe Bhatia)说:“ANSI非常擅长协调新兴技术领域的标准制定活动,我们非常高兴能与America Makes合作,制定发展增材制造(AM)行业所需的标准。”

《AMSC标准概览》作为路线图的补充,它列出了与路线图中描述的议题直接或间接相关的标准条款。这两份文件和其他资料均可在AMSC网站上查阅www.ansi.org/amsc。

America Makes简介

America Makes全称为国家增材制造创新研究所。作为增材制造领域的国家推动机构,America Makes在增材制造和3D打印技术的研究、发现、创造和创新方面是全国领先的合作伙伴。我们与来自工业界、学术界、政府、非政府机构以及劳动力和经济发展资源的成员组织建立了公私伙伴关系,共同努力创新和加速增材制造(AM),以提高我国的全球制造业竞争力。America Makes总部设在俄亥俄州杨斯托,是“制造业USA”计划中的第一家研究所,由美国国防制造和机械加工中心(NCDMM)推动。有关America Makes的更多信息,请访问AmericaMakes.us。

NCDMM简介

美国国防制造和机械加工中心(NCDMM)提供创新协作的制造业解决方案,有助于增强我国劳动力和经济竞争力。NCDMM在商业制造和国防制造领域拥有广泛的知识和深度,能够不断创新、提升和改进制造技术和方法。我们的团队经验丰富,擅长明确需求、参与者、技术和流程,为客户提供最佳解决方案。我们连点成线,这就是NCDMM的方法论。NCDMM还管理国家增材制造(AM)和3D打印加速器,America Makes——国家增材制造创新研究所。欲获取更多信息,请访问NCDMM.org。

ANSI简介

美国国家标准协会(ANSI)是一个私人非盈利组织,其使命是通过提升、促进和保障资源标准化和合格评定体系的完整性,提高美国的全球竞争力和生活质量。其成员包括企业、专业协会和行业协会、标准制定组织、政府机构以及消费者和劳工组织。ANSI代表并服务于全球超过27万家公司和组织以及3000万名专业人士的各种利益。该协会是美国在国际标准化组织(ISO)的官方代表,并通过美国国家委员会作为美国在国际电工委员会的官方代表。欲知更多信息,请访问 www.ansi.org。

 

America Makes and ANSI Publish Version 2.0 of Standardization Roadmap for Additive Manufacturing

America Makes and the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) today announced the publication of their Standardization Roadmap for Additive Manufacturing (Version 2.0). The roadmap is the work product of the America Makes & ANSI Additive Manufacturing Standardization Collaborative (AMSC), a group chartered to coordinate and accelerate the development of industry-wide additive manufacturing (AM) standards and specifications. Some 320 individuals from 175 public- and private-sector organizations supported the document’s development. The U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) provided major funding for the initiative.

The new roadmap describes the current AM standardization landscape and identifies 93 “gaps” – 18 of them high priority – where no published standard or specification currently exists to address a particular industry need. In 65 of those gaps, additional pre-standardization research and development (R&D) needs are identified. Updates are provided on progress against gaps identified in the earlier version of the roadmap, with many gaps having been substantially revised.

A number of new gaps also have been described, many involving polymers. The document considers the life cycle of an AM part, from initial design, to materials and process selection, production, post-processing, finished material properties, testing, qualification, and maintenance.

 “We are extraordinarily pleased at the AMSC’s continued progress to define a coherent set of additive manufacturing standards and specifications that will benefit the industry,” said Rob Gorham, executive director of America Makes.

 “It’s been a privilege to be involved with the committed group of professionals who make up the AMSC and I want to thank all of them who contributed to this undertaking,” said AMSC chair Jim Williams, president of All Points Additive.

 “Coordination of standards development activity in emerging technology areas is something that ANSI excels at, and we have been very pleased to partner with America Makes to define the standards needed to help grow the additive manufacturing industry,” said Joe Bhatia, president and CEO of ANSI.

The roadmap is supplemented by the AMSC Standards Landscape, a listing of standards that are directly or peripherally related to the issues described in the roadmap. Both documents and additional information are available on the AMSC website at www.ansi.org/amsc.

About America Makes

America Makes is the National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Institute. As the national accelerator for additive manufacturing (AM), America Makes is the nation’s leading and collaborative partner in AM and 3DP technology research, discovery, creation, and innovation. Structured as a public-private partnership with member organizations from industry, academia, government, non-government agencies, and workforce and economic development resources, we are working together to innovate and accelerate AM to increase our nation’s global manufacturing competitiveness. Based in Youngstown, Ohio, America Makes is the first Institute within the Manufacturing USA infrastructure and is driven by the National Center for Defense Manufacturing and Machining (NCDMM). For more information about America Makes, visit AmericaMakes.us.

About NCDMM

NCDMM delivers innovative and collaborative manufacturing solutions that enhance our nation’s workforce and economic competitiveness. NCDMM has extensive knowledge and depth in manufacturing areas—both commercial and defense—to continually innovate, improve, and advance manufacturing technologies and methodologies. Our experienced team specializes in identifying the needs, the players, the technologies, and processes to attain optimal solutions for our customers. We connect the dots. That’s the NCDMM methodology. NCDMM also manages the national accelerator for additive manufacturing (AM) and 3D printing (3DP), America Makes—the National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Institute. For additional information, visit NCDMM.org.

About ANSI

The American National Standards Institute (ANSI) is a private non-profit organization whose mission is to enhance U.S. global competitiveness and the American quality of life by promoting, facilitating, and safeguarding the integrity of the voluntary standardization and conformity assessment system. Its membership is made up of businesses, professional societies and trade associations, standards developers, government agencies, and consumer and labor organizations. ANSI represents and serves the diverse interests of more than 270,000 companies and organizations and 30 million professionals worldwide. The Institute is the official U.S. representative to the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and, via the U.S. National Committee, the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC). For more information, visit www.ansi.org.

 

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