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Meeting Materials Science & Technology 2019
Symposium Additive Manufacturing: Effective Production, Characterization, and Recycling of Powder Materials
Presentation Title Potentials and Risks in Hybrid Manufacturing
Author(s) Miriam Huber, Marie Jurisch, Sebastian Matthes, Felix Gemse
On-Site Speaker (Planned) Felix Gemse
Abstract Scope The development of additive manufacturing (AM) has been driven primarily by high-tech industries, e.g. medical or aerospace. However, for industrial goods or consumer products made of metallic materials a breakthrough is still prevented. One approach to reducing manufacturing costs and time is the combination of additive and conventional manufacturing (hybrid production). Conventional semi-finished products are functionalized by means of additive processes. The still weak productivity of the AM processes is limited only to the area of functionalization. For this purpose, the combination of powder bed-based AM processes such as laser or electron beam melting, laser build-up welding and conventional processes was investigated. The analysis of the implicit advantages and risks is based on additive-conventional demonstrators. In this paper, the limits of the individual processes are presented and approaches to combination are presented. Furthermore, implemented solutions are discussed with regard to their component properties, the possible material spectrum and economic efficiency.
Proceedings Inclusion? Planned: At-meeting proceedings


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