Symposium

P02: Additive Manufacturing Technologies

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TopicP: Processing and Synthesis

While the making of innovative component geometries is very attractive to designers, additive manufacturing of metals places strong challenges towards the materials science and engineering community. With layer-by-layer build-up, both, the component and the material, are generated at the same time in additive manufacturing. The current trend of making high quality parts by additive manufacturing therefore requires an in-depth understanding of the interaction between the AM process and its relevant processing parameters and the resulting microstructure which finally determines the properties of the component.  For metal components, powder-bed based and direct metal deposition processes have proven best performance for industrial applications. Currently major emphasis is placed on the understanding of the role of materials in these different processes, particularly with regards to microstructure, residual stresses, presence, importance and elimination of defects.  At the same time, several research activities are still necessary in order to push the technology into higher Technology Readiness Levels (TRL) for its industrialization.

For the last, improvements covering the whole manufacturing chain must be developed and/or applied for AM fabrication. This include the development of standards for quality assessment and implementation of processes for raw material and process monitoring, AM and alloy design, modelling of residual stresses, thermal treatments and the analysis of their impact on mechanical properties and dimensional stability, finishing processes, strategies for non-destructive testing, proved repeatability on part properties, specific procurement procedures, among others.  In the framework of this symposium, the current state of the art and future trends for new alloy developments and all aspects covering the industrialization of AM will be discussed.


Lecture P02: Additive Manufacturing Technologies
WEB Capability of dimensionless enthalpy to describe process limits and boundary conditions in laser powder bed fusion

Theresa Hanemann Christoph Seyfert Dr. Astrid Rota Prof. Dr. Martin Heilmaier

Lecture P02: Additive Manufacturing Technologies
WEB Improving surface roughness and mechanical properties of Maraging Steel processed by Laser Powder Bed Fusion

Samira Gruber Clara Weber Mirko Riede Dr. Elena Lopez Prof. Dr. Frank Brückner Prof. Dr. Christoph Leyens

Lecture P02: Additive Manufacturing Technologies
WEB Integration of pure copper to optimize heat dissipation in injection mould inserts using laser powder deposition

Stefan Polenz Christian Kolbe Dr. Tobias Gustmann Dr. Elena López Prof. Dr. Frank Brückner Prof. Dr. Christoph Leyens Dr. Florian Bittner

Lecture P02: Additive Manufacturing Technologies
Effect of Processing Parameters on Defect Formation and Aluminum Content of a β-solidifying Titanium Aluminide Alloy generated by selective electron beam melting (SEBM)

Dipl.-Ing. Juliane Moritz Mirko Teschke Dr. Axel Marquardt Julius Hendl Daniel Kotzem Dr. Elena López Prof. Dr. Frank Brueckner Prof. Dr. Frank Walther Prof. Dr. Christoph Leyens

Lecture P02: Additive Manufacturing Technologies
Influence of post-processing on 17-4 PH printed via Fused Deposition Modelling of Metals

Carolin Creson Prof. Dr. Sebastian Weber

Lecture P02: Additive Manufacturing Technologies
Influence of processing parameters on the microstructure and magnetic properties of additively manufactured FeSi6.7 soft magnetic components

Torsten Kunert Tim Schubert Dr. Timo Bernthaler Prof. Dr. Dagmar Goll Prof. Dr. Gerhard Schneider

Lecture P02: Additive Manufacturing Technologies
On-line monitoring of Laser Directed Energy Deposition with hot wire

Dipl.-Ing. Agnieszka Kisielewicz Yongcui Mi Dr. Morgan Nilsen Dr. Fredrik Sikström Prof. Dr. Antonio Ancona

Lecture P02: Additive Manufacturing Technologies
Selective laser melting of metals optimized by deep learning

Dr.-Ing. Konrad Kosiba Da-Seul Shin Chi-Hun Lee Dr. Uta Kühn Prof. Dr. Seung-Chul Lee Prof. Dr. Seong-Jin Park Dr. Holger Schwab Dr. Sergio Scudino

Lecture P02: Additive Manufacturing Technologies
Sensitivity investigations on the influence of metal powder properties on Additive Manufacturing processes

Christoph Wilsnack Robin Willner Justus Brode Julius Hendl Mirko Riede Dr. Elena López Prof. Dr. Frank Brueckner Prof. Dr. Christoph Leyens

Lecture P02: Additive Manufacturing Technologies
The influence of the processing parameters on selective laser melting of copper using a green laser source

Viktor Lindström Dr. Christian Leinenbach