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Just Published: Additive Manufacturing of Steel Alloys Using Laser Powder Bed Fusion

By Darlene Kerr on Wednesday, February 4th, 2015


Congratulations to these EWI associates for their article published in the January 2015 issue of Advanced Materials & Processes (AM&P). “Additive Manufacturing of Steel Alloys Using Laser Powder Bed Fusion” describes the outcomes of process development of a steel and stainless steel alloy that are not standard materials for L-PBF equipment:  AISI 420 and AISI 4140.

 

Mahdi Jamshidinia Applications Engineer

Mahdi Jamshidinia
Applications Engineer

Alber Sadek Applications Engineer

Alber Sadek
Applications Engineer

Wesley Wang Senior Engineer

Wesley Wang
Senior Engineer

Shawn Kelly Senior Engineer

Shawn Kelly
Senior Engineer

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The article is available for purchase at ASM International.   EWI Members may request a copy at no charge from the EWI Library through at Member Central.  Explore how you and your company can benefit from EWI membership.

 

Want to know more about EWI’s recent work in Additive Manufacturing?  Over the last ten months, the EWI Additive Manufacturing team has been building an open-architecture additive manufacturing machine to facilitate the evaluation of sensors for in-process monitoring of laser powder bed fusion processes. EWI is leading the in-process monitoring task of the America Makes led Measurement Science Innovation Program for Additive Manufacturing funded by NIST.

 

EWI’s Additive Manufacturing Consortium (AMC) is a national consortium of industry, government, academic and non-profit research organizations with the mission of accelerating and advancing the manufacturing readiness of metal additive manufacturing (AM) technology.   .

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