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Binder Jet Additive Manufacturing (BJAM) Process

2020-11-19
CURRENT
AMS7022
This specification establishes process controls for the repeatable production of sintered parts by binder jet additive manufacturing (BJAM). It is primarily intended to be used to manufacture metallic or ceramic aerospace parts, but usage is not limited to such applications.
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Machine Qualification for Fusion-Based Metal Additive Manufacturing

2022-08-17
CURRENT
AMS7032
This standard has notes/guidance narratives interspersed throughout. These notes/guidance narratives are identified by a header and by text in italics. This standard defines a series of requirements that results in a specific AM machine qualified to produce material (see GN1) in compliance to an aerospace materials specification. The machine control and/or configuration types are discussed in the next sections. The industry (including AIA and ASTM) generally acknowledges that there are three qualification milestones for AM machines; nevertheless, this document will focus only on the initial two stages, namely: Installation Qualification (IQ): Producing objective evidence to show that all key aspects of the process equipment and ancillary system installation adhere to the AM Part Producer’s specification and that the recommendations of the supplier of the equipment are suitably considered; this is tied to a specific machine serial number.
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