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Properties of Additively Manufactured Titanium Parts
— A Comparative Study

EIGA vs. Plasma Atomized Powder

In this comparative study, test specimen parts printed by laser powder bed fusion utilizing both EIGA and plasma atomized powders were investigated by comparing their chemical, microstructural, mechanical, and physical properties conducted within the framework of the ASTMF3001 and F3302 standards.

This work is a continuation of the previously published study on Ti64 powder equivalency, which expanded on these two atomization processes and established the advantages of EIGA powders over those produced with the plasma atomization method.

Ti Equiv Part 2

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About Carpenter Additive

Combining more than a hundred years of metallurgical leadership with unrivaled knowledge of additive manufacturing technologies, Carpenter Additive is committed to helping customers solve material and process challenges. Developing end-to-end solutions to add consistency, reduce risk, and continuously improve additive manufacturing production, Carpenter Additive offers high quality metal powder, a suite of solutions for material traceability, and contract manufacturing from powder to part.  

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Powder Degradation Webinar:

AM users are raising quality control questions about the quality of powder and its ability to be reused for future builds. Carpenter Additive carried out a powder degradation study to investigate the oxygen content of various grades of titanium alloy (Ti64) powder during selective laser melting and material reprocessing against ASTM B348 standards, including the effects of powder blending and “topping up” strategies. Join the metallurgical and additive manufacturing experts from Carpenter Additive for this webinar exploring the results of the study.