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ASM Philadelphia Chapter May 2021 Virtual Meeting

  • 1.  ASM Philadelphia Chapter May 2021 Virtual Meeting

    Philly Chapter Admin
    Posted 05-17-2021 19:27
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    ASM Philadelphia Chapter Spring Meeting – Thursday, May 20th, 2021
     
    LAST MEETING OF THE ASM YEAR
     
     
    Abstract and Bio Attached
     
     
    Speaker: Mike Marucci, Vp, Business & Technology, Kymera International
     
    Topic: 3D Printing of Irregularly Shaped Ti-6Al-4V Powders Using Laser Powder Bed Fusion
     
     
    Date: Thursday, May 20th, 2021
     
    Place: Virtual (via Zoom)
     
    Time:     Presentation 7:00 pm
     
    Happy Networking Hour: Starting @ 6:30 pm So Log in Early (Sorry Have to Provide Your Own Cocktails and Appetizers)
     
    No Reservations Necessary
     
     
    Abstract  :
    Laser powder bed fusion is the most common metal additive manufacturing technique used today.  This method uses a high-powered laser to locally melt and weld together metal powder alloy that is uniformly spread in a semi compacted bed to produce a 3D printed component.  This method allows designers an unprecedented amount of geometric complexity along with a high degree of net shape capabilities.   is an attractive alloy for metal additive manufacturing as this process produces the high strength to weight ratio inherent to this alloy and avoids the difficulty of machining this high strength reactive metal alloy.  Traditionally, spherical titanium alloy powders produced via inert gas atomization or plasma atomization have been commercialized for use in laser powder bed fusion applications because of the ease of powder spreadability within the metal powder bed.  One drawback of these atomizing techniques is cost as both methods have a lower than desired yield of particles in the correct size range and both methods also use large quantities of argon gas.  Recent collaborative development has shown that lower cost angular Ti-6Al-4V produced via the hydride/de-hydride process can successfully be 3D printed using laser powder bed fusion.  This presentation will review the results gathered by Kymera International and our development partners to date including microstructure and mechanical properties achieved. 
     
     
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    Alan Fabiszewski
    Senior Metallurgical Engineer
    Laboratory Testing Inc (LTI)
    Schwenksville PA
    (610) 955-6311
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