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Publication Citation: Metals-Based Additive Manufacturing: Metrology Needs and Standardization Efforts

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Author(s): John A. Slotwinski; Shawn P. Moylan;
Title: Metals-Based Additive Manufacturing: Metrology Needs and Standardization Efforts
Published: April 16, 2014
Abstract: In recent years additive manufacturing (AM) has received significant visibility, both in the popular media as well as in scientific journals, and niche successes have contributed to the fervor that makes up an inspiring future vision for additive manufacturing. However, there remain significant technical challenges that first must be overcome if this vision is to be fully realized. This paper summarizes the key metrology-based technical challenges that are preventing metals-based additive manufacturing processes from being more pervasive, and describe current standardization efforts that are underway to address these challenges.
Proceedings: Proceedings of the 2014 ASPE Spring Topical Meeting--Dimensional Accuracy and Surface Finish in Additive Manufacturing
Volume: 57
Pages: pp. 11 - 12
Location: Berkely, CA
Dates: April 14-16, 2014
Keywords: Additive manufacturing, ASTM, ISO, Powder Bed Fusion
Research Areas: Metrology and Standards for Manufacturing Processes
PDF version: PDF Document Click here to retrieve PDF version of paper (151KB)