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Researchers at RMIT have found that sound vibrations can improve the micro-structure of 3D printed alloys.The team used high frequency sound waves to make the alloys more consistent and stronger than those printed conventionally. Lead author, Carmelo Todaro, highlighted that the method deals with inconsistencies in 3D printed alloys.“If you look at the microscopic structure of 3D printed alloys, they’re often made up of large and elongated crystals,” Todaro explained.“This can make them less acceptable for engineering applications due to their lower mechanical performance and increased tendency to crack during printing.”After the sound vibrations were applied during the printing process, testing showed a 12 per cent improvement in tensile strength and yield stress.“The microscopic structur...
Relese time: 2020 - 01 - 16
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Are direct energy 3D printing metal processes right for you? Find out by checking out some of the design criteria.
Relese time: 2019 - 10 - 17
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3D printing is no longer tomorrow’s promise; it is available for manufacture today. But with much competition in the investment sphere of technological innovations, from Artificial Intelligence to Augmented Reality, how do you make the business case for 3D?
Relese time: 2019 - 10 - 11
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Like any new technology, there’s always a lot of hype surrounding its release. Everyone sees it as “the next best thing” and the solution to all of their problems. 3D printers certainly fit the mold, so to speak.
Relese time: 2019 - 09 - 27
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Singapore’s Housing and Development Board (HDB) is reportedly preparing to introduce 3D printed landscape furniture and architectural elements to new estates being built in Tengah and Bidadari. The announcement, reported by The Straits Times, suggests that Singapore’s Housing Board is interested in exploring the potential of 3D printing not just for design or furniture elements but also for construction applications.
Relese time: 2019 - 09 - 18
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In the early days of additive manufacturing (AM), the technology was primarily focused on design and rapid prototyping applications. However, recent additive manufacturing is progressively being employed to create high-performance mechanical components from refractory and technical materials.
Relese time: 2019 - 09 - 11
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