We have a library of case studies available exploring different aspects of how AM metal powders and machine parameters can affect final build and the environmental effects on AM powder composition.
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- Confidence in reusing In718 AM metal powder through repeat builds
- The impact of metal powder variability on AM build quality
- Powder degradation in serial production
- Analysis and resolution of issues with mechanical properties in M300 built parts
- Understanding the sources and impact of porosity in AM
- How AM atomization methods affect final mechanical properties
- Vacuum vs non-vacuum melted gas atomised powders
- Metal powder response to AM processing conditions
- Plasma spheroidization for improved metal powder flow and packing properties
- Porosity in deposited material
- Laser size diffraction for 316 powder
- Evolution of oxygen content in Ti-6Al-4V grade 23 powder samples
- Rapid root cause analysis of powder contamination
- The curious case of the Christmas carbide particles
Information about the standard Additive Manufacturing powders provided by Carpenter Additive.
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An explanation of common powder production methods and their main advantages and disadvantages.
Research & development
Details of the pioneering programmes of collaborative research Carpenter Additive is working on with partner organisations.