Manufacturing

Manufacturing overview

SAE’s Advanced Manufacturing Resources translate technical engineering theory into practice for teams with varying levels of technical knowledge. SAE Advanced Manufacturing Information Products are the aerospace industry’s primary sources for timely, unbiased, authoritative standards, insights, and breakthroughs pertaining to:

Advanced Methods & Materials

  • Additive manufacturing
  • Lightweighting
  • Advanced alloys
  • Composite repair

Smart Manufacturing

  • Augmented reality/wearables
  • Robotics/artificial intelligence
  • Digital factory

Standards

Access the most relevant historical and current standards output from the following committees: Counterfeit Electronic Parts (G-19) Subcommittees, Counterfeit Material Committee (G-21), Manufacturing Management Committee (G-23), Additive Manufacturing Metals Committee (AMS-AM), Non-Destructive Methods and Processes Committee, (AMS-K), and the Polymer Matrix Composites Committee (AMS P-17).

Technical Papers

Learn about the cutting edge of applied technical engineering and studies in advanced manufacturing in these peer-reviewed papers.

Books

Improve your technical knowledge on topics—ranging from design engineering to composite materials— in these books written for technical professionals in the aerospace, automotive, and commercial vehicle industries.

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Advanced Manufacturing Annual Subscription

Stay up-to-date with this collection of journal articles, technical papers, books, videos, magazines, white papers, and TechInsights related to advanced manufacturing areas of interest.

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Technical Paper

Effect of Metallurgy on the Formation of Tribofilms and Wear Prevention

Different mechanical components in a vehicle can be made from different steel alloys with various surface treatments or coatings. Lubricant technology is needed to prevent wear and control friction on all of these different surfaces.

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Training

Design for Additive Manufacturing: Towards End-Part Production

Additive manufacturing (AM), with origins in the 1980s, has only more recently emerged as a manufacturing process of choice for functional part production, adding to the suite of choices a designer has available when designing a part for manufacturing.

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Advanced Manufacturing - Standards Subscription

Gain annual access to the most relevant historical and current standards output from the Counterfeit Electronic Parts (G-19) Subcommittees, Counterfeit Material Committee (G-21), Manufacturing Management Committee (G-23), Additive Manufacturing Metals Committee (AMS-AM), Non-Destructive Methods and Processes Committee, (AMS-K), and the Polymer Matrix Composites Committee (AMS P-17).

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