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Laser Wire Deposition of a Large Ti-6 Al-4 V Space Component The methodology for creating a functional Ti-6 Al-4 V satellite part using LWD additive manufacturing is detailed

@inproceedings{Sixsmith2019LaserWD,
  title={Laser Wire Deposition of a Large Ti-6 Al-4 V Space Component The methodology for creating a functional Ti-6 Al-4 V satellite part using LWD additive manufacturing is detailed},
  author={J. Sixsmith and R. Tollett},
  year={2019}
}
Additive manufacturing (AM) is an attractive solution for the aerospace industry to reduce cost processing, lead times, and material waste. Laser wire deposition (LWD) is a particular type of directed energy deposition (DED) process that can be used for AM applications. The main advantages of using LWD include large working envelopes, high deposition rates, and high-quality parts. This study took advantage of the extensive knowledge in the manufacturing of deposition processes and welding… Expand
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Microstructure and Compressive Behavior of Ti-6Al-4V Alloy Built by Electron Beam Free-Form Fabrication

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