Multiple Choice Questions on Rapid Prototyping

Multiple Choice Questions on Rapid Prototyping

1-Rapid Prototyping is a unique technique to ___  for the development of new products.

(A) reduce the lead time

(B) to reduce the costs

(C) both (A) and (B)

(D) none of the above


2-With rapid prototyping, shapes of machine parts are created by

(A) building up layers

(B) material removal technique

(C) forging

(D) any of the above


3-Rapid prototyping technique is also known as

(A) layered manufacturing

(B) free-form fabrication

(C) both (A) and (B)

(D) none of the above


4-In Rapid Prototyping by Laser Stereolithography, the resin is cured by

(A) Laser

(B) Ultraviolet Lamp

(C) both (A) and (B)

(D) none of the above


5- Laser Stereolithography requires ___ CAD data in order to create solid models.

(A) one dimensional

(B) two dimensional

(C) three dimensional

(D) all of the above


6- Following is (are) limitations of Laser Stereolithography

(A) metal products cannot be manufactured directly

(B) only photocurable resins can be used

(C) material strength of resin is worse than common polymer

(D) all of the above


7-Following is (are) Rapid Prototyping process.

(A) photopolymer

(B) sheet lamination

(C) powder sintering

(D) all of the above


8-Following is (are) application(s) of Rapid Prototyping.

(A) making wax models for investment casting

(B) making master models for die and model making

(C) mold making for prototype manufacturing

(D) all of the above


9-Dies and molds are unsuitable for

(A) making prototypes

(B) small lot production

(C) both (A) and (B)

(D) none of the above


10-Flexible prototype production has been carried out in sheet metal forming with the use of the

(A) turret punch press

(B) laser beam cutting machine

(C) Numeric Control (NC) press brake

(D) all of the above



1-(C), 2-(A), 3-(C), 4-(C), 5-(C), 6-(D), 7-(D), 8-(D), 9-(C), 10-(D)