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MINISTÉRIO DA EDUCAÇÃO
UNIVERSIDADE FEDERAL DO RIO GRANDE DO SUL
Escola de Engenharia

Departamento de Metalurgia

Revisão dos principais métodos de prototipagem rápida e comparação de custos e qualidade entre SLA E FDM

Bruno Bohn Lima

Trabalho de Diplomação

Orientador: Professor Dr. Jaime Alvares Spim Jr. ( In memoriam )

Porto Alegre
2012

AGRADECIMENTOS

Dedico este trabalho ao meu pai, José Lima da Cruz e a minha mãe, Maria Teresa Bohn Lima, por todo o esforço e dedicação para me fornecer a melhor educação durante todos esses anos, além da motivação e apoio em todos os momentos da minha vida acadêmica.

À minha irmã Raquel Bohn Lima, por ter sido minha inspiração e motivo de orgulho, além de ser minha confidente e melhor amiga.

À minha namorada e companheira de todos os momentos Mariane Tomyoshi Asato, por ter me apoiado durante a fase final da faculdade.

Ao amigo e administrador Vladimir Luz, pelo exemplo de profissionalismo e dedicação que sempre me passou e pelo seu apoio incontestável no meu inicio de carreira.

Aos meus amigos Gustavo Veit, Marcelo Pieta e Pablo Dominguez que me apoiaram, e foram meus companheiros de estudos nesses anos de engenharia.

Ao meu professor, orientador e amigo Dr. Jaime Alvares Spim Jr. (in memoriam), por ter servido de inspiração profissional e pelo apoio na realização deste trabalho.

À empresa onde tenho a oportunidade de iniciar minha carreira, Google Brazil.

Aos professores das disciplinas de engenharia que me ajudaram durante o curso.

SUMÁRIO

LISTA DE FIGURAS V

LISTA DE TABELAS VII

LISTA DE ABRIVIATURAS E SÍMBOLOS VIII

RESUMO IX

ABSTRACT X

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