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Meeting 2018 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Multi-material Additive Manufacturing: Processing and Materials Design
Presentation Title A Separable Support Strategy for 3D Printing of Complex Metal Parts
Author(s) Nihan Tuncer, Jay C. Tobia, Michael A. Gibson, Nicholas M. Mykulowycz, Alexander C. Barbati, Aaron Preston, Dans Krause, Brian D. Kernan, Mark Sowerbutts, Dana Krause, Richard Fontana, Jonah S. Myerberg, Ricardo Fulop, Yet-Ming Chiang, Christopher A. Schuh, Animesh Bose, Jan Schroers, John Hart, , Jay C. Tobia
On-Site Speaker (Planned) Nihan Tuncer
Abstract Scope Metal additive manufacturing (AM) enables fabrication of complex near-net shape parts. One of the challenges in metal AM is removal of supports used for printing complex geometries without further tooling. We introduce a metal AM approach based on printing thermoplastic binder matrix loaded with metallic powders followed by debinding and sintering. Multi-material extrusion allows support structures to be built with an interface layer that prevents bonding between the support and the part. This study demonstrates a separable support strategy that combines ceramic interface development with print parameter design to achieve minimum sintering deformation, smooth surface finish and easy support removal. Ceramic feedstocks were engineered to imitate shrinkage without densification to allow for undisturbed shrinkage of the surrounding metal. In addition, interface layer printing geometries were optimized. This technique not only enables effortless support removal, but also makes possible multi-component assemblies that are not possible with other 3D printing methods.
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