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Title: A technical overview of metallic parts in hybrid additive manufacturing industry
Authors: Erdi Korkmaz, Mehmet
Waqar, Saad
García-Collado, A.
Kumar Gupta, Munish
Krolczyk, Grzegorz
Abstract: Additive manufacturing technologies have emerged as the promising alternatives of conventional manufacturing techniques. Conventional manufacturing techniques involves cutting and removal of material by mechanical procedures to achieve final product. Whereas, discrete chunks of material in any form are combined point by point and layer by layer for the fabrication of final product in additive manufacturing processes. Numerous advantages and inefficiencies of these manufacturing techniques are reflected in factors such as the design, fabrication, material properties and working condition etc. Therefore, development of a production technology by combining the benefits of both conventional and additive techniques is significantly important. “Hybrid Manufacturing” jointly apply additive and conventional production methods to attain final products. Hence, this short overview covers the operation aspects of both additive and subtractive manufacturing of metallic materials.
Issue Date: May-2022
Publisher: Elsevier
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