A Focus on SLM and SLS Methods in 3D Printing
Emerald Group Publishing, Oct 29, 2015 - Technology & Engineering - 216 pages
A Focus on SLM and SLS Methods in 3D Printing is an indispensable collection of articles for anyone involved in additive manufacturing - from academics and researchers through to engineers and managers within the manufacturing industry. The collection features examples of innovative research involving selective laser melting and selective laser sintering techniques applied across a range of contexts.
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The Investigation of the Influence of Laser Remelting on Density Surface Quality and Microstructure of Selective Laser Melting Parts
Effect of Selective Laser Melting Layout on the Quality of Stainless Steel Parts
The Effect of Processing Parameters on Characteristics of Selective Laser Sintering Dental GlassCeramic Powder
Modeling of Powder Particle Heat Transfer Process in Selective Laser Sintering for Fabricating Tissue Engineering Scaffolds
Design Fabrication and Evaluation of Negative Stiffness Elements Using SLS
Factor Analysis of Selective Laser Melting Process Parameters and Geometrical Characteristics of Synthesized Single Tracks
Isostatic Pressing Assisted Indirect Selective Laser Sintering of Alumina Components
Selective Laser Melting of Inconel 625 Using Pulse Shaping
Multiobjective Optimisation and Multicriteria Decision Making in SLS Using Evolutionary Approaches
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