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Additive manufacturing with high-performance materials and light-weight structures by laser metal deposition and laser infiltration

Blog Beitrag
: Brückner, Frank; Riede, Mirko; Finaske, Thomas; Seidel, André; Nowotny, Steffen; Leyens, Christoph; Beyer, Eckhard

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Lasers Today (2015), April 26th, 2015
Zeitschriftenaufsatz, Elektronische Publikation
Fraunhofer IWS ()
laser metal deposition (LMD); high-performance materials; composite structures; carbon fiber laminates; additive manufacturing

In laser metal deposition, parts are generated by use of a large variety of different alloys in industrial fields such as aviation, energy, tooling or medical technology. Due to permanently increasing requirements (e. g. enhanced system efficiencies or environmental standards) in almost all fields of applications the use of very high-performance materials, which unfortunately tend to have a high crack-sensitivity, is more and more required. In addition the placement of metallic materials on composite structures (e. g. CFRP) is a challenging but interesting material combination due to the light weight of the resulting structure. In this paper, processing of these material combinations is discussed and examples of (potential) applications are shown.