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Meeting MS&T23: Materials Science & Technology
Symposium Additive Manufacturing of Ceramic-based Materials: Process Development, Materials, Process Optimization and Applications
Presentation Title Hydrothermal-assisted Jet Fusion: A Selective Cold Sintering Approach
Author(s) Xuan Song
On-Site Speaker (Planned) Xuan Song
Abstract Scope Ceramic additive manufacturing (AM) typically uses a high fraction of organic binders to form pre-sintered green parts that require a post de-binding process to remove. The de-binding process inevitably results in severe gas expansion and residual chars, leading to structural defects, accumulated stress, and compromised material properties in the final parts. Here we report a binder-free additive manufacturing process that utilizes a hydrothermal method to create geometrically and compositionally complex ceramics under mild temperatures. The hydrothermal method utilizes a selectively deposited volatile dissolving ink, high pressure, and milt heat to strategically fuse a ceramic powder bed into complex geometries. Compared to traditional AM methods for ceramics, the HJF process eliminates the need for organic binders in green part fabrication and offers the potential to directly co-print ceramics with other dissimilar materials, such as polymers and metals, enabling the development of novel multi-functional ceramic composites.


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Evaluation of Calibration Measurements for Accelerated Development of Ceramic Vat Photopolymerization Process and Post-process Parameters
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Hydrothermal-assisted Jet Fusion: A Selective Cold Sintering Approach
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Materials Development for Demanding Applications with Binderjet WC-Co
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Ultra-fast Laser Sintering of Ceramics and Glasses, and Machine Learning-based, Processing-microstructure-property Predictions for Laser-sintered Ceramics and Glasses
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