|About this Abstract
||MS&T22: Materials Science & Technology
||Manufacturing and Processing of Advanced Ceramic Materials
||Process Capability of Lithography-based Ceramic Manufacturing
||Ryan Fordham, Shawn Allan, Nicholas Voellm, Nicole Ross
|On-Site Speaker (Planned)
Lithography based ceramic manufacturing, an additive manufacturing technique for high performance ceramics has matured over recent years towards mass and serial production. The CeraFab System line of DLP ceramic printers has the ability to form intricate ceramic green bodies and ultimately a dense ceramic part. The process for bringing a demonstration geometry with several critical design features from initial CAD design to final production is shown with measurements and inspections performed by a third party. Machine and process capability was investigated through characterization of critical geometry tolerances, repeatability and reproducibility. Statistical process control methodology was used to track final part quality and quantify the variability in the process.
||Planned: At-meeting proceedings