Additive Production as Metamorphosis in Production Morphology
Production as a live process, describes a flow in which different components come together in different shapes and quantities into a different new component. Production in its simplest form involves the effort to bring out something new, while in another aspect it is a process of extracting mineral from the soil, water from the river, and oxygen from the air. In the manufacturing stage of production, there are three classical methods: Cutting, Engraving and Forming. All three of these methods include cutting, engraving and shaping the mine or compound drawn from soil, air and water. The production compound detached from nature experiences the second intervention in the manufacturing stage. This metazori is a metaphormosis. In recent years, Additive Manufacturing has entered our agenda with three- dimensional printers and scanners, unlike classical production and manufacturing methods; with a wide range of material combinations using very different techniques (FDM, SLA, DLP, SLS etc.) production from the current state, it is based on the idea of integrating the fragmented state of the present. Additive Manufacturing enables product possibilities such as iron powder motor housing or a jointless table, the main purpose of this study is to discuss how differentiated from current production.
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