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Meeting Materials Science & Technology 2019
Symposium Additive Manufacturing: Solid-state and Other Nonbeam-based Technologies for the Manufacturing of Metallic Parts
Organizer(s) Olaf Andersen, Fraunhofer Society
J. Brian Jordon, University of Alabama
Orlando Rios, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Paul G Allison, University of Alabama
Mark Norfolk, Fabrisonic LLC
Luke N. Brewer, University of Alabama
Scope In addition to the well-known beam-based Additive Manufacturing (AM) technologies such as laser and electron beam melting, there exist a number of other approaches with distinctively different characteristics that are either under development or already available in the market. This includes but is not limited to: binder jetting, 3D screen printing, fused filament fabrication, lithography, material jetting, liquid metal direct writing, as well as different layered object manufacturing techniques. They provide various opportunities i.e. in terms of achievable geometries, surface quality, need for secondary treatment, process economics, and much more. After the successful staging of the symposium “Non beam-based Additive Manufacturing Approaches for Metallic Parts“ with +20 presentations at MS&T 2017, this successor symposium addresses again such alternative methods and invites contributions that present the current state of research and technology and provide insights into the specific opportunities and limitations associated with these alternative AM methods.
Abstracts Due 04/05/2019
Proceedings Plan Definite: At-meeting proceedings

3D Screen Printing of Medical Parts
Advances in Processing and Microstructure Control in Additive Friction Stir Deposition
Aluminum-cerium Alloy Bead Shape Retention in Direct Metal Write Additive Manufacturing
Analysis of Metallic Feedstock Powder for Solid-state Additive Manufacturing
Cold Spray of Metallic Particles: The Effects of Surface Oxide Layer
Densification Kinetics in Binder jet 3D Printed Co-Cr Biomaterials
Influence of Impacting Particle Size and Stacking Fault Energy on Ag Films Deposited by High Velocity Aerosol Deposition
Jetting of High Temperature Metals Using the Novel Droplet-on-Demand Technology “MetalJet”: Interfaces between Dissimilar Materials in Multi-material Printing
Laser Assisted Cold Spray Deposition of 4340 Steel
Manipulating Mechanical Properties of WAAM Deposited ER70S-6 Steel by Forced Cooling
Metal Fused Filament Fabrication (MF3) 3D Printing with Powder-Polymer Mixtures
Microstructural-mechanical Property Relationship of Additive Friction Stir-deposition Al-Mg1-Si-Cu
Microstructural and Mechanical Properties of Solid-state Additively Manufactured Aluminum Metal Matrix Composite
Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of Solid-state Additive Friction Stir Processed Alloy 600 on 304L Stainless Steel
On the Sintering Behavior of Binder Jet Additive Manufactured 316L Stainless Steel Components
Optimization of Mg-Zn-Ca WAAM Process Parameters by Machine Learning
P3-31: Corrosion Repair Using Additive Manufactured Stainless Steel 304L
P3-33: Laser Assisted Cold Spray Deposition of Austenitic Stainless Steel
P3-34: Significant Benefits of Solid State 3D Screen Printing for Manufacturing Micro-Channel Heat Exchangers
P3-35: Wire Arc Additive Repair (WAAR) for the Restoration of Worn-out Helicopter Skids
Packing Defects and Microstructure Evolution during Sintering of Binder–jet Printed 625 Nickel Based Superalloy
Sintering and Infiltration of Binder Jet Printed Parts for Applications in Tooling and Energy
SLS Production Friction Stir Plugs by Solid State Additive Deposition
Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics Simulation of Additive Friction Stir Manufacturing of Aluminum Alloy 6061
Steel Parts Produced by Material Extrusion Additive Manufacturing, Solvent Debinding and Sintering
The Effect of Printing and Post-processing on Microstructure and Properties of Binder Jet 3D Printed Materials

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