Metal additive manufacturing (MAM) is an exciting emergent technology that offers the possibility of democratizing metal manufacturing worldwide. Many believe it has the ability to revolutionize product manufacturing on a global scale.
MAM will require a considerable design shift for manufacturers and, hence, will disrupt conventional thinking and require adaptation. Visionaries in the mobility industry can see the transformative possibilities after materials considerations are addressed./
Materials Technology Gaps in Metal Additive Manufacturing introduces the reader to various opportunities and relationships in the study of material technologies involved in metal-based additive manufacturing of aerospace and automotive parts. Everything starts and ends with the material feedstock, and the intermediate processes that affect a particular metal. Each of the choices in the complex integrated MAM system impacts final-part properties.
Edited by Dr. Cynthia K. Waters, from North Carolina A&T State University, Materials Technology Gaps in Metal Additive Manufacturing is a highly curated collection of 10 seminal SAE International papers. They discuss the various technologies involved in MAM, and draw attention to the materials needs in each of the situations addressed.
The main topics included in Materials Technology Gaps in Metal Additive Manufacturing are:
As more interdependencies of material properties and possible manufacturing processes evolve (compatibility interdependence), questions if the specific manufacturing process is capable to create the required geometry will also arise. Materials Technology Gaps in Metal Additive Manufacturing brings innovative ways to address these and other challenges that are always present in the adoption of novel technologies.
Subscribers can view annotate, and download all of SAE's content. Learn More »
Billets and Preforms, 5Al 2Sn 2Zr 4Cr 4Mo 0.10O₂, Premium Quality, Powder-Metallurgy Product
Billets and Preforms, 6al 4v, Premium Quality, Powder-Metallurgy Product
Effect of Machining Feed on Surface Roughness in Cutting 6061 Aluminum