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Minimising energy consumption and making machining processes more environmentally friendly are the two essential requirements of sustainable machining. As a result, development of technologically advanced yet efficient machining processes with minimum energy consumption and least toxic wastes is...
Rapid industrialisation had led to a scarcity of resources. The concept of sustainable manufacturing has emerged to address this scarcity and to minimise environmental degradation. 3D printing also known as additive manufacturing, could potentially reduce material wastage, energy consumption and...
To prevent material starvation and global warming caused by manufacturing, disassembly systems for end-of-life (EOL) products should be environmentally and economically designed to promote a closed-loop supply chain for assembly products. With parts selection in the disassembly systems,...
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