Vimal Dhokia

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In recent years, techniques that combine different manufacturing processes such as additive and subtractive technologies are gaining significant attention. This is due to their ability to capitalise on consolidated advantages of combining these processes. However, there are limited process planning methods available to effectively synthesise additive and(More)
BACKGROUND Objective assessment methods to monitor residual limb volume following lower-limb amputation are required to enhance practitioner-led prosthetic fitting. Computer aided systems, including 3D scanners, present numerous advantages and the recent Artec Eva scanner, based on laser free technology, could potentially be an effective solution for(More)
Dematerialized manufacturing systems Juanjo Zulaika Muniain, Anna Valente & Vimal Dhokia a Tecnalia Research and Innovation, Industry and Transport Division b Department of Innovative Technologies DTI Institute of Systems and Technologies for Sustainable Production Automation System and Technologies Lab, University of Applied Sciences and Arts of Italian(More)
The application of state of the art manufacturing processes has always been constrained by the capabilities either from technical limitations such as limited materials and complex part geometries or production costs. As a result, hybrid manufacturing processes – where varied manufacturing operations are carried out – are emerging as a potential evolution(More)
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