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Synonyms for additive

added ingredient

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Synonyms for additive

increasing, as in force, by successive additions

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something added to enhance food or gasoline or paint or medicine

designating or involving an equation whose terms are of the first degree

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characterized or produced by addition

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The worldwide market for additively manufactured products and additive manufacturing services is expected to reach $11.7bn this year, and is predicted to grow to a record $27.3bn in 2023--an increase of almost two and a half times in just four years.
developed a system for additively manufacturing advanced composites consisting of a delivery assembly, a feed mechanism, and a source of curing energy.
Additively manufactured dental crown and bridge frameworks also require less adjustment and offer improved materials content because they are free from toxic substances such as nickel, cadmium and beryllium, which are often included in frameworks produced by traditional manufacturing techniques.
It additively interacts with hydrogen sulfide emitted from the wastewater basin.
Caption: Bridgers keeps a firm press on an additively manufactured BIM vent to ensure it adheres to the spar of an H-53 blade.
The use of nearly one million diode lasers to melt the material and additively build parts.
This also expands the types of materials that can be additively manufactured.
"The acquisition combines LPW's metal powder lifecycle management technology and processes with our technical expertise in producing highly engineered metal powders and additively manufactured components," Tony R.
Specifically, the Army Breaching Tools, 3D printers on deployed aircraft carriers, and mobile radio solutions provide insight into the use of this technology, as they are already fielding additively manufactured resources.
Certainly, with additively manufactured devices being fabricated in the hospital, the lines between the practice of medicine and manufacturing processes that need to be validated are blurred.
The company stated the Tesera X is the latest product to utilise its proprietary 3D-printed porous architecture, which is made using additively manufactured titanium alloy and features a low modulus, load-sharing design with a randomised pore structure to mimic cancellous bone.
Poverty is a clear, additively decomposable measure, i.e.
Generally, you're not able to design a device or instrument for a traditional subtractive method, and then decide to additively produce it one-to-one, especially not from a cost-effective standpoint.