Improving the manufacturability of metal AM parts

Mirko Sinico, Rajit Ranjan, Mandana Moshiri, Can Ayas, Matthijs Langelaar, Fred van Keulen, Wim Dewulf, Ann Witvrouw

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Abstract

Numerous challenges of additive manufacturing (AM) are tackled in the European Horizon 2020 project PAM^2 by studying and linking every step of the AM process cycle. For example, PAM^2 researchers from the design, processing and application side have collaborated in this work to optimise the manufacturability of metal AM parts using an improved Topology Optimisation (TO) approach, including a thermal constraint. Additionally, the project is focusing on modelling, post-processing, in- and post-process quality control and industrial assessment of AM parts, with the aim of moving beyond the state-of-the-art of precision metal AM.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)23-28
JournalMikroniek: vakblad voor precisie-technologie
Volume2019
Issue number5
Publication statusPublished - 2019

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