Laminated Object Manufacturing Process

The laminated object manufacturing or LOM is the manufacturing process of making flat components by laying the thin layers or glued raw materials and subsequently applying pressure over the assembly. The construction of the produced component is much similar to that of plywood.
Advantages:

–      Automated process

–      Uniform strength

Disadvantages:

–      Limited only for few materials.

Ideal applications: Suitable for making boards of wide range of materials including PVC, paper, and composites.

Shibashis Ghosh

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