Special Issue “Laser Powder Bed Fusion, Direct Energy Deposition and Hybrid Manufacturing of Metals and Alloys”

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Article describes hybrid additive manufacturing processes involve the use of different manufacturing techniques to fabricate net shape or near-net shape parts, with enhanced capabilities of heat dissipation, such as those needed in conformal molding, or requiring internal cooling systems, such as, for example, those seen in turbine blades, and for developing other components demanding free form fabrication methods. The combination of these AM processes with material removal processes, such as machining, is the core of the hybrid additive manufacturing concept, together with the full coupling of these processes in an integrated fashion.

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Siller Carrillo, Héctor Rafael October 8, 2022.

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Article describes hybrid additive manufacturing processes involve the use of different manufacturing techniques to fabricate net shape or near-net shape parts, with enhanced capabilities of heat dissipation, such as those needed in conformal molding, or requiring internal cooling systems, such as, for example, those seen in turbine blades, and for developing other components demanding free form fabrication methods. The combination of these AM processes with material removal processes, such as machining, is the core of the hybrid additive manufacturing concept, together with the full coupling of these processes in an integrated fashion.

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Abstract: Hybrid additive manufacturing processes involve the use of different manufacturing techniques to fabricate net shape or near-net shape parts, with enhanced capabilities of heat dissipation, such as those needed in conformal molding, or requiring internal cooling systems, such as, for example, those seen in turbine blades, and for developing other components demanding free form fabrication methods. The different techniques include additive manufacturing (AM), specifically the different processes defined in the classification presented in the ISO/ASTM 52900 standard for metallic materials for single-step and multi-step AM processing principles [1]. Among the most well-known are powder-bed fusion, direct energy deposition, binder jetting and sheet lamination. The combination of these AM processes with material removal processes, such as machining, is the core of the hybrid additive manufacturing concept, together with the full coupling of these processes in an integrated fashion [2].

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  • Materials, 15(19), MDPI, October 8, 2022, pp. 1-2

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  • Publication Title: Materials
  • Volume: 15
  • Issue: 19
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Siller Carrillo, Héctor Rafael. Special Issue “Laser Powder Bed Fusion, Direct Energy Deposition and Hybrid Manufacturing of Metals and Alloys”, article, October 8, 2022; (https://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc2178754/: accessed February 27, 2024), University of North Texas Libraries, UNT Digital Library, https://digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT College of Engineering.

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