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The role of technical functional analysis in innovative design of bespoke rapid manufactured parts: medical industry applications

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The role of technical functional analysis in innovative design of bespoke rapid manufactured parts : medical industry applications. / Lupeanu, Mihaela; Rosu, Maria-Magdalena; Rennie, Allan; Neagu, Corneliu; Brooks, Hadley.

Advances in Production, Automation and Transportation Systems: Proceedings of the 6th WSEAS International Conference on Manufacturing Engineering, Quality and Production Systems (MEQAPS13) and 4th International Conference on Automotive and Transportation Systems (ICAT13). Vol. 13 Brasov, Romania : WSEAS Press, 2013. p. 227-232 (Mathematics and Computers in Science and Engineering Series; Vol. 13).

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Lupeanu, M, Rosu, M-M, Rennie, A, Neagu, C & Brooks, H 2013, The role of technical functional analysis in innovative design of bespoke rapid manufactured parts: medical industry applications. in Advances in Production, Automation and Transportation Systems: Proceedings of the 6th WSEAS International Conference on Manufacturing Engineering, Quality and Production Systems (MEQAPS13) and 4th International Conference on Automotive and Transportation Systems (ICAT13). vol. 13, Mathematics and Computers in Science and Engineering Series, vol. 13, WSEAS Press, Brasov, Romania, pp. 227-232, 6th WSEAS International Conference on Manufacturing Engineering, Quality and Production Systems (MEQAPS13) and 4th International Conference on Automotive and Transportation Systems (ICAT13), Brasov, Romania, 1/06/13.

APA

Lupeanu, M., Rosu, M-M., Rennie, A., Neagu, C., & Brooks, H. (2013). The role of technical functional analysis in innovative design of bespoke rapid manufactured parts: medical industry applications. In Advances in Production, Automation and Transportation Systems: Proceedings of the 6th WSEAS International Conference on Manufacturing Engineering, Quality and Production Systems (MEQAPS13) and 4th International Conference on Automotive and Transportation Systems (ICAT13) (Vol. 13, pp. 227-232). (Mathematics and Computers in Science and Engineering Series; Vol. 13). WSEAS Press.

Vancouver

Lupeanu M, Rosu M-M, Rennie A, Neagu C, Brooks H. The role of technical functional analysis in innovative design of bespoke rapid manufactured parts: medical industry applications. In Advances in Production, Automation and Transportation Systems: Proceedings of the 6th WSEAS International Conference on Manufacturing Engineering, Quality and Production Systems (MEQAPS13) and 4th International Conference on Automotive and Transportation Systems (ICAT13). Vol. 13. Brasov, Romania: WSEAS Press. 2013. p. 227-232. (Mathematics and Computers in Science and Engineering Series).

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Lupeanu, Mihaela ; Rosu, Maria-Magdalena ; Rennie, Allan ; Neagu, Corneliu ; Brooks, Hadley. / The role of technical functional analysis in innovative design of bespoke rapid manufactured parts : medical industry applications. Advances in Production, Automation and Transportation Systems: Proceedings of the 6th WSEAS International Conference on Manufacturing Engineering, Quality and Production Systems (MEQAPS13) and 4th International Conference on Automotive and Transportation Systems (ICAT13). Vol. 13 Brasov, Romania : WSEAS Press, 2013. pp. 227-232 (Mathematics and Computers in Science and Engineering Series).

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