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a contract awarded by America Makes and funded by the U.S. Air Force,
Senvol has applied its machine-learning software, Senvol ML, to enable a
path to rapid development of material property allowables for AM.
“AM is a modern and digital manufacturing method with rapidly tailorable processing,” says Dr. Brandon Ribic, America Makes technology director. “To continue using traditional material allowables development approaches is a bottleneck to wider material and process options, and capabilities for AM.”
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Labs has introduced version 7.0 of its PrintRite3D software, which
provides in-process monitoring for quality assurance. The new release
includes added features such as temperature monitoring and calibration,
neural net machine learning, recoater interaction detection, user-facing
machine-learning predictive models, multiple-laser quality metrics, and
3D printing builds to near net or finished dimensions, vacuum heat
treating is an absolute necessity. Vacuum levels that approach 1 X 10-6
Torr produce clean and oxide free surface conditions that are
metallurgically stable. Critical temperature control is also a must to
avoid cracking and producing a strong and ductile part.
Metal has added low-alloy DM 4140 steel powder to its binder jetting
system, ideal for components exposed to high loads. In collaboration
with Hyundai Motors, Digital Metal developed and certified DM 4140 in
order to manufacture gearbox control fingers using binder jetting. The
firm notes that DM 4140 is ideal for high-load components in automotive,
consumer goods and industrial applications.
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has showcased an interesting application for its TruPrint AM machines:
components of parametric facade systems from exyz, a German company,
with facade nodes printed on a TruPrint 5000 in use at H+B Hightech
state-of-the-art CAD-CAM environment for DED automates the control of
power from the energy source, material feed and the manipulator. Then,
automation features within the software itself allow for repeatable
processing of part families with reduced costs and streamlined