Elevated Region Area Measurement for Quantitative Analysis of Laser Beam Melting Process Stability

@inproceedings{Jacobsmhlen2015ElevatedRA,
  title={Elevated Region Area Measurement for Quantitative Analysis of Laser Beam Melting Process Stability},
  author={Joschka zur Jacobsm{\"u}hlen and Gerd Witt and Stefan Kleszczynski and Dorit Merhof},
  year={2015}
}
Laser beam melting (LBM) processes enable layer-based production of geometrically complex metallic parts with very good mechanical properties for Rapid Manufacturing. Collisions between powder coating mechanism and elevated part regions pose a major risk to process stability, which is crucial for industrial application. Minimizing elevated region area usually involves parameter tuning in a trial-and-error approach, as the process outcome is the only measure of stability. One published approach… CONTINUE READING

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