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Multi-material approach to integrate ceramic boxed sensors and actuators in laser beam melted structures for tailored smart bio applications

Presentation held at 4. bionection - Partnering Conference for Technology Transfers in Life Sciences, 17. und 18. Oktober 2017, Jena
: Lausch, Holger; Töppel, Thomas; Brand, Michael; Hensel, Eric; Arnold, Michael; Rotsch, Christian; Gronde, Bernd

Präsentation urn:nbn:de:0011-n-4841912 (2.1 MByte PDF)
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Erstellt am: 10.2.2018

2017, 11 Folien
Partnering Conference for Technology Transfer in Life Sciences <4, 2017, Jena>
Vortrag, Elektronische Publikation
Fraunhofer IWU ()
Fraunhofer IKTS ()
Aktorik; Sensorik; additive Fertigung; additive manufacturing; laser beam melting; functional integration; actuator; sensor; hip stem; hip implant; implant

The materially bonded and positive-locking integration of temperature-sensitive actuators and sensors in complex metal parts or metallic monolithic structures is still an dissolved problem. On the one hand embedded actuators and sensors require an optimum shape and material connection to optimally low loss coupling the desired measuring gradient (gradient force) to the sensor and to low loss coupling the actuating gradient (gradient force) into the structure where the actuator/sensor is embedded in.On the other hand the actuators/sensors need to be materially bonded at interfaces with its surrounding structure with thermal protection from laser melting process. Such a strategy assumes that the actuator/sensor is coated by a thermal-shielding multi-material / multi-layer protection system preferably from ceramic and metallic material components. The integration interface between actuator/sensor system and surrounding structure is thereby designed in such a way that the main flow of energy is topically focused on this interface and distributed away from and around the actuator/sensor system. In this way, the total energy input into the temperature-sensitive actuator/sensor system is reduced. In this article solutions for above described problems for a monolithic and function-preserving integration of actuator/sensor systems inside and outside laser beam melted components are discussed. These mechatronic systems can be used in the field of digital medicine, especially for tailored smart medical implants, e. g. for cell stimulation as an active implant (acutator mode) or as a material/implant stress monitoring system (sensor mode) with applicable digital analyzing modules.