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Results of an Interlaboratory Study on the Working Curve in Vat Photopolymerization

March 18, 2024
Thomas Kolibaba, Jason Killgore, Benjamin Caplins, Callie Higgins, Uwe Arp, C Cameron Miller, Yuqin Zong
The working curve informs resin properties and print parameters for stereolithography, digital light processing, and other photopolymer additive manufacturing (PAM) technologies. First demonstrated in 1992, the working curve measurement of cure depth vs

The development of an augmented machine learning approach for the additive manufacturing of thermoelectric materials

February 28, 2024
Connor V. Headley, Roberto J. Herrera del Valle, Ji Ma, Prasanna Balachandran, Vijayabarathi Ponnambalam, Saniya LeBlanc, Dylan Kirsch, Joshua B. Martin
Through the integration of machine learning (ML) techniques alongside additive manufacturing (AM) experimentation, we demonstrate an iterative process to rapidly predict laser-material interactions and melt pool geometries throughout the build parameter

Phase Composition and Phase Transformation of Additively Manufactured Nickel Alloy 718 AM Bench Artifacts

February 5, 2024
Fan Zhang, Aaron Johnston-Peck, Lyle E. Levine, Michael Katz, Kil-Won Moon, Maureen E. Williams, Sandra W. Young, Andrew J. Allen, Olaf Borkiewicz, Jan Ilavsky
Additive Manufacturing (AM) technologies offer unprecedented design flexibility but are limited by a lack of understanding of the material microstructure formed under their extreme and transient processing conditions and its subsequent transformation

AM Bench 2022 Macroscale Tensile Challenge at Different Orientations (CHAL-AMB2022-04-MaTTO) and Summary of Predictions

January 16, 2024
Newell Moser, Jake Benzing, Orion Kafka, Jordan Weaver, Nicholas Derimow, Ross Rentz, Nik Hrabe
The additive manufacturing benchmarking challenge described in this work was aimed at the prediction of average stress–strain properties for tensile specimens that were excised from blocks of non-heat-treated IN625 manufactured by laser powder bed fusion

Powder Spreading Testbed for Studying the Powder Spreading Process in Powder Bed Fusion Machines

November 29, 2023
Justin Whiting, Eric Whitenton, Aniruddha Das, Vipin Tondare, Jason Fox, Michael McGlauflin, Alkan Donmez, Shawn P. Moylan
The spreading of powder is an integral part of powder bed fusion-based additive manufacturing technologies; however, due to the complex nature and the number of interactions between particles, studying the powder spreading process is difficult. In order to

Layered Security Guidance for Data Asset Management in Additive Manufacturing

November 23, 2023
Fahad Milaat, Joshua Lubell
Manufacturing industries are increasingly adopting additive manufacturing (AM) technologies to produce functional parts in critical systems. However, the inherent complexity of both AM designs and AM processes render them attractive targets for cyber

Modeling of hierarchical solidification microstructures in metal additive manufacturing: Challenges and opportunities

October 31, 2023
Dilip K. Banerjee, Supriyo Ghosh, Julien Zollinger, Miha Zaloznik, Christopher Newman, Raymundo Arroyave
Metal-based additive manufacturing (AM) processes often produce parts with improved properties compared to conventional manufacturing and metal working routes. However, currently, only a few alloys can be reliably additively manufactured as the vast

Enhanced strength of additively manufactured Inconel 718 by means of a simplified heat treatment strategy

October 27, 2023
Jake Benzing, Nicholas Derimow, Orion Kafka, Nik Hrabe, Philipp Schumacher, Don Godfrey, Chad Beamer, Priya Pathare, Jay Carroll, Ping Lu, Isaiah Trujillo, Frank DelRio
This study simplified the heat treatment route and reduced the post-processing burden for laser powder bed fusion IN718 (a nickel-based superalloy). The tailored route retained advantageous microstructures and improved tensile strength when compared to the

Polybutadiene Click Chemistry: A Rapid and Direct Method for Vat Photopolymerization

October 10, 2023
Levi Moore, Van Michael Saludo, Oliver Grasdal, Kayleen Smith, Thomas Kolibaba, Jason Killgore, Jacob Marcischak, Jeremy Snyder, Gregory Yandek, Kamran Ghiassi
Thiol-ene click chemistry was utilized to crosslink unmodified commercial liquid polybutadiene, and complex geometries were printed using vat photopolymerization. Polybutadiene contains reactive moieties as a result of its production process, and were used

Part Deflection Measurements of AM-Bench IN718 3D Build Artifacts

October 6, 2023
Maxwell Praniewicz, Jason Fox, Jared Tarr
One of the primary barriers for adoption of additive manufacturing (AM) had been the uncertainty in the performance of AM parts due to residual stresses/strains. The rapid melting and solidification which occurs during AM processes result in high residual

Vision on metal additive manufacturing: Developments, challenges and future trends

September 14, 2023
Alain Bernard, Jean-Pierre Kruth, Jian Cao, Gisela Lanza, Stefania Bruschi, Marion Merklein, Tom Vaneker, Michael Schmidt, John Sutherland, Alkan Donmez, Eraldo da Silva
Additive Manufacturing (AM) is one of the disruptive technologies to fabricate components, parts, assemblies or tools in various fields of application due to its main characteristics such as direct digital manufacturing, ability to offer both internal and

Effects of as-built surface with varying number of contour passes on high-cycle fatigue behavior of additively manufactured nickel alloy 718

August 5, 2023
Orion Kafka, Jake Benzing, Nicholas Derimow, Philipp Schumacher, Lucas Koepke, Chad Beamer, Donald Godfrey, Nik Hrabe
High cycle fatigue life of laser-powder bed fusion (L-PBF) parts depends on several factors; as-built surfaces, when present, are a particular concern. This work measures as-built L-PBF surfaces with X-ray computed tomography, and uses rotating beam
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