Evolutionary-based design and control of geometry aims for AMD-manufacturing of Ti-6Al-4V parts

Mauritz Möller, Nicolaj Baramsky, Ake Ewald, Claus Emmelmann & Josef Schlattmann
Additive Metal Deposition (AMD) is an additive manufacturing process building parts based on a nozzle-fed powder by laser assisted solidification. The AMD technology offers unique advantages for the production of near net-shape parts. In contrast to the powder bed-based technologies it provides a high productivity grade. Today AMD lacks reproducible process strategies manufacturing large parts in narrow tolerances. The building height of a single layer and the geometrical shape of a whole part alter progressively...
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