Daniel Moreno Nieto

Daniel Moreno Nieto
Universidad de Cádiz | UCA · Department of Mechanical Engineering and Industrial Design

PhD in Additive manufacturing.

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Introduction
Daniel Nieto currently works at the Department of Mechanical Engineering and Industrial Design, Universidad de Cádiz. Daniel does research in Industrial Design and additive manufacturing.

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Publications (22)
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Polymeric Pellet-Based Additive Manufacturing (PPBAM) systems are increasing in the field of 3D printing as a result of the evolution of additive technologies as their development process consolidates and expands. New opportunities for industrial integration of additive manufacturing (AM) technologies are identified, including AM of large polymeric...
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Purpose The build volumes of additive manufacturing (AM) technologies are increasing in size. This improvement is associated with the growing reliability of AM processes and is driven by a rise in demand from several industries. Large-format additive manufacturing (LFAM), when referring to polymeric extrusion systems, is quite new in the field of A...
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The market is experiencing an expanding range of products, prompting manufacturing companies to differentiate themselves from competitors by moving away from conventional concepts. However, these innovations often fail to meet consumer expectations, leading to product failure, and consequently, an unsustainable evolution of the market and the busin...
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Among the material extrusion technologies of additive manufacturing, fused granular fabrication is playing a bigger role in the industry. The increase in the size of printers demands extrusion systems with higher deposition rates that facilitate printing larger parts in shorter times with a need for cost reduction. This cost reduction in fused gran...
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Additive manufacturing is entering its mature age. Since the early eighties when the rapid prototyping first technologies were developed by Charles Hull and Scott Crump, these technologies have been continuously evolving introducing new processes and improving the existing ones. This evolution is reflected in a better reliability that results in th...
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Fused filament fabrication (FFF) is gaining attention as an efficient way to create parts and replacements on demand using thermoplastics. This technology requires the development of new materials with a reliable printability that satisfies the requirement of final parts. In this context, a series of composites based on acrylonitrile styrene acryla...
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Industry 4.0 is being progressively implemented in the contemporary production model, and its establishment is associated with applying different enabling technologies in different industrial sectors. Additive manufacturing, commonly known as 3D printing, has become one of the main pillars shaping this new industrial model. The emergence of this ne...
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Additive manufacturing technologies are shifting from rapid prototyping technologies to end use or final parts production. Polymeric material extrusion processes have been broadly addressed with a specific definition of all parameters and variables for all different of technologies approaches and materials. Recycled polymeric materials have been st...
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This paper aims to collect in a structured manner different computer-aided engineering (CAE) tools especially developed for additive manufacturing (AM) that maximize the capabilities of this technology regarding product development. The flexibility of the AM process allows the manufacture of highly complex shapes that are not possible to produce by...
Chapter
This chapter aims to present in a structured manner different computer‐aided design (CAD) and computer‐aided engineering (CAE) tools, especially developed and applied, when designing for additive manufacturing (AM). These specific tools maximize the capabilities of this technology when developing parts or products for different industries. It is we...
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This article introduces a methodological approach to the evaluation of different industrial products according to Norman’s approach and dimensions, focusing on a specific case study. The study also shows different possibilities to guide industrial designers during the design process in order to create products with high emotional value. For those,...
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It is well known that industry is suffering a transformation called industry 4.0, occurring in the majority of developed countries where the use of a number of disruptive technologies are increasing efficiency and effectiveness of processes aiming the boost of competitiveness. Additive manufacturing is one of the technologies that builds this new i...
Conference Paper
Material printed with large scale additive manufacturing systems such as the Big Area Additive Manufacturing (BAAM) system experience a wide range of shear rates during the extrusion process. The shear rate can vary over five orders of magnitude as the material passes through the single screw extruder and is deposited onto previous layers. Since th...
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In the Industry 4.0 context, and more particularly in the framework of the new naval building paradigm Shipyard 4.0, various enabling technologies appear. These technologies are communication technologies and Internet of the Things, in conjunction with processing tools, security and information analysis, Big Data, robotics, artificial intelligence,...
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La presente comunicación presenta el desarrollo, para su uso en el sector de la construcción naval, de un equipo de fabricación aditiva de grandes dimensiones que permite la fabricación de piezas de material polimérico con volúmenes por encima del metro cúbico. Partiendo de una revisión de las principales tecnologías de fabricación aditiva y sus ca...
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El presente documento recoge una revisión actualizada de las últimas tendencias y tecnologías de fabricación aditiva o impresión 3D con un volumen constructivo superior al metro cúbico, que abarca tecnologías de prototipado para materiales cerámicos, plásticos o metales hasta tecnologías de fabricación. Así mismo se presenta un caso de estudio desa...
Poster
Big size additive manufacturing is almost an unknown process among mainstream technologies that are exponentially growing [1]. In the context of Industry 4.0 [2], we present in this communication a recent FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling) [3][4] prototype developed in the context of the 3DCABINS project. This projects aims to explore the posibilities...
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Additive manufacturing is finding its place in modern industry, and it will continue the exponential growth, development and diversification in the following years [1]. In this communication we share a review of the latest trends and technologies of additive manufacturing equipment with a capable printing area of over one cubic meter in the context...
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Additive manufacturing has already entered the real production and product manufacturing environments [1]. The concept of Rapid prototyping has been replaced by Additive manufacturing and the amount of investment in the field is growing exponentially [2]. Every year new actors appear in the scene announcing great investments in order not to loose t...

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