ISO IEC 23510 pdf – Information technology — 3D printing and scanning — Framework for an Additive Manufacturing Service Platform (AMSP)
This document specifies the framework for an Additive Manufacturing Service Platform (AMSP).Thefollowing elements are within the scope of this document:
-Overview introducing the stakeholders and workflow of an AMSP.
一 Requirements specifying various prerequisite conditions from different aspects.
― Framework defining a general functional architecture based on the identified requirements.-Use cases showing typical work modes of an AMSP.
This document is applicable when individuals or organizations(e.g.commercial enterprises, governmentagencies and non-profit organizations) build an AMSP or improve existing ones to provide 3D printingand other services specific to the submission, design and creation of AM parts.
The following documents are referred to in the text in such a way that some or all of their contentconstitutes requirements of this document. For dated references,only the edition cited applies.Forundated references, the latest edition of the referenced document(including any amendments) applies.
ISO/ASTM52900,Additive Manufacturing —General Principles — Fundamentals and vocabulary
ISO/ASTM 52901,Additive manufacturing —General principles —Requirements for purchased AM parts
3 Terms and definitions
For the purposes of this document, the terms and definitions given in ISO/ASTM 52900 and thefollowing apply.
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additive manufacturing service platformAMSP
platform that uses additive manufacturing technology and information technology to provide servicesaccording to users’ requirements
Note 1 to entry: Examples of services provided include objects/parts manufactured by AM technology, 3D modeldesigns and other services specific to the submission, design and creation of AM parts.
Note 2 to entry: A typical AMSP usually consists of an online platform to gather requirements of users, a groupof skilled staff to deal with users’ requirements,3D scanning equipment, AM machines and different kinds offeedstock.
Note 3 to entry: A typical AMSP can sometimes cooperate with individuals or organizations professionalized inspecific industries [e.g. aerospace, medicine, ete.J-
individual or organization that needs parts manufactured by AM technology and would like to turn toan AMSP for service
individual or organization that performs 3D modelling and 3D scanning assigned by agreement betweenuser and AMSP
infrastructure as a servicelaas
cloud service category in which the cloud capabilities type provided to the cloud service user is aninfrastructure capabilities type
[SOURCE:ISO/IEC 17788:2014 3.2.24, modified — term “cloud service customer”replaced with “cloudservice user”.j
software as a servicesaas
cloud service category in which the cloud capabilities type provided to the cloud service user is anapplication capabilities type
[SOURCE: ISO/IEC 17788:20143.2.36, modified — term “cloud service customer”replaced with “cloudservice user”.]
additive manufacturing centreAM centre
place where AM parts are manufactured according to the user’s requirement
Note 1 to entry: An AM centre may consist of several kinds of AM systems and corresponding feedstock.
Note 2 to entry: An AM centre can be operated by organizations that manage the AMSP or by organizations/individuals who operate AM systems qualified to be registered on the AMSP.
3-dimensional design model3D design model
data set that contains 3-dimensional geometric elements representing the object/part to bemanufactured
technical data package
data set that contains necessary information and can be exchanged or transformed to provide a formatthat can be used by an AMSP
Note 1 to entry: Examples of “necessary information” in this context include 3D model, colours, materials, lattices,textures, etc.