3D Printing and Characterization of Particulate Materials

Hapgood, K., Deakin University
Clayton, J., Freeman Technology Ltd

Is 3D printing the next industrial revolution?. This question is frequently posed nowadays. No doubt, 3D printing possesses a huge potential for new growth and employment in the next decades. Several 3D printing processes already exist, powder-based 3D printing is a technology that presents numerous advantages and that will stay continuously exploring new materials which will need to be characterized in order to make the manufacturing process more efficient every time, increasing speeds, reducing costs and producing high quality products. Papers are sought in which experimental and/or modelling approaches address the characterization of particulate materials for the manufacturing process described.



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