Volume 7, 2020
Special Issue - The emerging materials and processing technologies
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Hybrid additive manufacturing of steels and alloys
Israel Institute of Metals, Technion R&D Foundation, Technion City, 3200003, Haifa, Israel
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Accepted: 22 January 2020
Hybrid additive manufacturing is a relatively modern trend in the integration of different additive manufacturing techniques in the traditional manufacturing production chain. Here the AM-technique is used for producing a part on another substrate part, that is manufactured by traditional manufacturing like casting or milling. Such beneficial combination of additive and traditional manufacturing helps to overcome well-known issues, like limited maximum build size, low production rate, insufficient accuracy, and surface roughness. The current paper is devoted to the classification of different approaches in the hybrid additive manufacturing of steel components. Additional discussion is related to the benefits of Powder Bed Fusion (PBF) and Direct Energy Deposition (DED) approaches for hybrid additive manufacturing of steel components.
© V.V. Popov Jr. and A. Fleisher, Published by EDP Sciences 2020
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