Energy density analysis on single tracks formed by selective laser melting with CoCrMo powder material

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Selective laser melting (SLM) is an advanced manufacturing technology based on layer by layer building to produce solid parts from metallic powder (Kruth et al., CIRP Ann Manuf Technol 56:730-760, 2007). Commercial SLM machines are configured to use specific parameters to process different metallic powder grades. This paper proposes a methodology that makes it possible to analyze the effect of energy density on the formation of single tracks from CoCrMo powder, using a noncommercial machine to select process parameters with open source technology. Full factorial experimental work was carried out to produce single tracks under different combinations of process parameters. A major application of this research work is to develop more flexible machine configurations applicable to different materials ​
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