Density of additively-manufactured, 316L SS parts using laser powder-bed fusion at powers up to 400 W

@article{Kamath2014DensityOA,
  title={Density of additively-manufactured, 316L SS parts using laser powder-bed fusion at powers up to 400 W},
  author={C. Kamath and B S El-dasher and Gilbert F. Gallegos and Wayne E. King and Aaron Sisto},
  journal={The International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology},
  year={2014},
  volume={74},
  pages={65-78}
}
Selective laser melting is a powder-based, additive-manufacturing process where a three-dimensional part is produced, layer by layer, by using a high-energy laser beam to fuse the metallic powder particles. A particular challenge in this process is the selection of appropriate process parameters that result in parts with desired properties. In this study, we describe an approach to selecting parameters for high-density (>99 %) parts using 316L stainless steel. Though there has been significant… CONTINUE READING

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