Jul 27, 2020 · Additive Manufactured Austenitic Stainless Steels Treated at Cryogenic Conditions Róbert Bidulský 1,2, Jana Bidulská 3, Federico Simone Gobber 1, Tibor Kvackaj 3, Patrik Petrouek 3, Marco Actis-Grande 1, Klaus-Peter Weiss 4 and Diego Manfredi 5,* 1 Department of Applied Science and Technology (DISAT), Polythecnic of Turin, V.le T. Michel 5,
Oct 30, 2017 · Fernandes de Lima, M. S. & Sankare, S. Microstructure and mechanical behavior of laser additive manufactured AISI 316 stainless steel stringers. Mater. Des. 55 , 526532 (2014). Application of MIG Welding Process of Mild Steel Wire in The purpose of this study is to investigate the forming characteristics of single-pass Metal Inert Gas (MIG) welding wire for multi-layer additive manufacturing parts. Influences of arc current, arc voltage, arc distances, welding speed, wire feed speed, temperatures and heat input on layer formation were analyzed. The deposition of material by MIG process is controlled by a robot (ABB
Sep 15, 2020 · Additive manufacturing of 316L stainless steel The AM technique effectively involves layer-by-layer formation using powder or wire as a feedstock and a laser or electron beam to create heat. Effect of processing parameters on microstructure and May 15, 2016 · The effect of processing parameters on the mechanical properties of AISI 304L stainless steel components fabricated using laser-based directed energy deposition additive manufacturing (AM) was investigated. Two walls were fabricated, with high linear heat inputs of 271 and 377 J/mm, to determine the effect of processing parameters on microstructure and mechanical properties of 304L
for additive manufacturing applications, including 15-5PH and 17-4PH stainless steels, maraging steels and hot-work tools steels. nIn addition to steel powders, Oerlikon Metco offers other nickel-, cobalt- and titanium-based materials for additive manufacturing. Please contact your Oerlikon Metco ac-count representative for more information. Microstructure and grain growth inhomogeneity in Feb 18, 2020 · A billet of an AISI 304-type austenitic stainless steel has been built using a wire-feed electron beam additive manufacturing (EBAM) in a layer-by-layer strategy. A microstructure, grain boundary assemble, phase composition and tensile properties of steel billet have been investigated in as-built specimens and after post-built solid-solution treatment. As-built austenitic stainless steel is a
Aug 04, 2017 · In previous studies, the additive manufacturing technology such as laser , , , electron beam and GTA were employed to fabricate austenitic stainless steel components . It found that these components which under the high cooling rate process exhibit the microstructure composed of austenite and vermicular ferrite  ,  ,  . OSPREY® 316L FOR ADDITIVE MANUFACTURINGOsprey® 316L is a molybdenum-alloyed austenitic, non-magnetic, stainless chromium-nickel steel with a low carbon content. The mechanical properties presented are based on a standard Laser - Powder Bed Fusion (L-PBF) process with an increased layer thickness at 60
The comparably moderate price of stainless steels and their good processability also leads to austenitic stainless steels often being considered a good material for users new to additive manufacturing. Besides these main groups of steels, there is a number of other, less frequently studied alloys in use in additive manufacturing. Top 5 Stainless Steels for CNC Machining Resources
Sep 17, 2017 · Twinning-induced plasticity is reported for an additively manufactured austenitic stainless steel 316L steel (that is an extremely low Manganese steel) without severe deformation. Strong deformation twinning was seen in additively manufactured 316L steel after deformation.Steels in additive manufacturing:A review of their Jan 20, 2020 · Today, austenitic stainless steels are processed routinely in L-PBF, yielding fully dense material. The stainless steel 316L was already used in some of the very earliest papers demonstrating laser powder-bed fusion, i.e. full melting of the powder instead of partial sintering or melting of a second-phase binder material with a low melting point.