Functionally graded copper – steel using laser engineered net shaping™ process

@inproceedings{Noecker2002FunctionallyGC,
  title={Functionally graded copper – steel using laser engineered net shaping™ process},
  author={F. Noecker and J. Dupont},
  year={2002}
}
  • F. Noecker, J. Dupont
  • Published 2002
  • Materials Science
  • Laser Engineered Net Shaping™ (LENS™) is an emerging Solid Freeform Fabrication (SFF) process capable of producing fully dense metallic parts with complex shapes directly from a computer-aided drawing (CAD) without the need for molding or tooling. The LENS™ process also shows promise in producing components with graded compositions. One potential application is the production of steel – copper die casting materials. Copper is currently being considered for deposition on dies made out of steel… CONTINUE READING
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