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Selective laser melting of Cu-based shape memory alloys

Presentation held at XVIII Brazil MRS Meeting 2019, Balneário Camboriú, September, 22nd to 26th, 2019
: Gustmann, Tobias; Kühn, Uta; Bolfarini, Claudemiro; Kiminami, Claudio; Gargarella, Piter; Pauly, Simon

presentation urn:nbn:de:0011-n-5811488 (6.4 MByte PDF)
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Created on: 13.3.2020

2019, 20 Folien
Brazilian Materials Research Society (Brazil MRS Meeting) <18, 2019, Balneário Camboriú>
Presentation, Electronic Publication
Fraunhofer IWU ()
additive Fertigung; SLM; Funktionswerkstoff; Formgedächtnislegierung; Prozess-Gefüge-Eigenschaftskorrelation

Industry 4.0 is appointed by government and industry leaders as a new industrial revolution, which is based on the integration of intelligent production processes and advanced information technologies. Additive manufacturing (AM)or 3D printing is an important tool towards its implementation. It allows increasing flexibility, sustainability and automation in order to promote this integration. AM processes build parts layer by layer and may use different heating systems (laser, resistive heating, electron beam, etc.) and different raw materials (powder, wires, filaments, laminates, liquids, etc.). There is a crescent interest in the development of new materials to be used in these processes in order to satisfy their requirements and expand the AM application range. The specifics of each process make necessary the use of materials with adequate characteristics in order to produce products with superior properties for high performance applications. AM has not only fastened the development of new manufacturing solutions, but also driven a renewed interest in existing architectures in materials science and novel designs. The present symposium aims to allow participants to present and share experiences, explore new developments and discuss AM topics with researchers from different institutions around the world. It will cover areas of development, processing and characterization of materials for AM, materials selection, final properties and applications and also post-processing and testing of AM products. Perspectives on the future directions on 3D printing on materials science will also be discussed.