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Smart Innovation, Systems and Technologies
Additive manufacturing (AM) technology is enabling a platform to produce parts with enhanced shape complexity. Design engineers are exploiting this capability to produce high performance functional parts. The current topdown approach to design for AM requires the designer to develop a design model in CAD software and then use optimization tools to adapt the design for the AM technology, however this approach neglects a number of desired criteria. This paper proposes an alternative bottom-updoi:10.1007/978-3-319-32098-4_35 fatcat:tjy4cwilljdnvh4w72yoqunkfy