IJAT Most Downloaded Papers, May. 2019

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No.1 - Vol.10
Machine Bed Support with Sliding Surface for Improving the Motion Accuracy
Yusaku Shirahama, Ryuta Sato, Yusuke Takasuka, Hidenori Nakatsuji, and Keiichi Shirase
NC machine tools, machine bed, motion accuracy, tracking motion, vibration, mathematical model
No.2 - Vol.13
Review of Wire Arc Additive Manufacturing for 3D Metal Printing
Johnnie Liew Zhong Li, Mohd Rizal Alkahari, Nor Ana Binti Rosli, Rafidah Hasan, Mohd Nizam Sudin, and Faiz Redza Ramli
wire arc additive manufacturing (WAAM), 3D printing, additive manufacturing (AM), welding, fused deposition modeling (FDM)
No.3 - Vol.13
Formation Mechanism of Pores Inside Structure Fabricated by Metal-Based Additive Manufacturing
Kyota Egashira, Tatsuaki Furumoto, Kiichi Hishida, Satoshi Abe, Tomohiro Koyano, Yohei Hashimoto, and Akira Hosokawa
additive manufacturing, powder bed fusion, pore, temperature
No.4 6 Vol.13
Ultra Precision Surface Finishing Processes
Fang-Jung Shiou and Assefa Asmare Tsegaw
surface finishing, ball burnishing, ball polishing, vibration assisted polishing, abrasive multi-jet polishing
No.4 - Vol.13
Promotion of Knowledge and Technology Transfer Towards Innovative Manufacturing Process: Case Study of New Hybrid Coating Process
Kentaro Shinoda, Hiroaki Noda, Koichi Ohtomi, Takayuki Yamada, and Jun Akedo
innovative design and manufacturing, ceramic coatings, Kansei delight design, hybrid aerosol deposition, plasma spray
No.4 4 Vol.12
Geometric Error Compensation of Five-Axis Machining Centers Based on On-Machine Workpiece Measurement
Ryuta Sato and Keiichi Shirase
five-axis machining center, geometric error, observation equation, compensation, on-machine measurement
No.4 3 Vol.11
“Industrie 4.0” and Smart Manufacturing – A Review of Research Issues and Application Examples
Klaus-Dieter Thoben, Stefan Wiesner, and Thorsten Wuest
industry 4.0, smart manufacturing, cyber-physical systems, industrial internet, smart factory
No.5 - Vol.13
Shape Contraction in Sintering of 3D Objects Fabricated via Metal Material Extrusion in Additive Manufacturing
Koki Jimbo and Toshitake Tateno
additive manufacturing, metal material, material extrusion, sintering, shrinkage

Count period : May 1-31, 2019

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