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Meeting Materials Science & Technology 2019
Symposium Metamorphic Manufacturing – Incremental Deformation Processing for Agile, High-quality Metallic Component Production
Presentation Title Comparison of Robotic Blacksmithing, 3D Printing and CNC Machining for Aerospace Replacement Parts
Author(s) Nathan Ames, Ed Herderick, Marc Purslow, Blair Woodring
On-Site Speaker (Planned) Nathan Ames
Abstract Scope Metamorphic Manufacturing is the real-time combination of ICME, machine learning, robotics and forging. In this scenario, the robot manipulates the hot metal under a forging press. Sensor are continuously monitoring the temperature and geometry of the forging. The sensor data feeds the machine learning system which leverages ICME to adjust the thermal and strain profiles real-time while incrementally controlling the final part geometry. This project compares and contrasts Computer Numerical Control (CNC) machining of wrought/billet material, additive manufacturing and metamorphic manufacturing in reference to their viability for creating replacement aerospace parts for applications that were originally designed as closed die forgings. Each of the three techniques were developed to maximize the performance and minimize the cost, without altering the geometric design of the original forged part. Each are evaluated in terms of cost, production time, microstructure, dimensional stability, hardness, and tensile strength.


Comparison of Robotic Blacksmithing, 3D Printing and CNC Machining for Aerospace Replacement Parts
Complexity & Functionality of Automotive Structural Components with Tailored Properties
Lagrangian Finite Element Simulation of Metaphorphic Manufacturing
Metamorphic Manufacturing Activities and Evolving Opportunities at Case Western Reserve University
Metamorphic Manufacturing: A View from Two Perspectives
Metamorphic Manufacturing: Processing Pathways to Manufacture Custom Geometry Components with Tailored Microstructures
Multimodal Atomic Scale Characterization of Structural and Compositional Changes During Shear Deformation of Materials
Opportunities and Challenges in Flexible Dieless Forming - A Summary of Double-Sided Incremental Forming (DSIF) Work at Northwestern University
Rapid Prototyping of Forming Tools Using 4340 Steel Through Additive Manufacturing
Robotic Blacksmithing, Building on Past Success
Setting Component Properties in Incremental Forming
Solid Phase Processing of AA6XXX and AA7XXX Alloys via Shape Approach

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