Investigation into potential use of artificial intelligence techniques in piloting additive Manufacturing Systems for Metallic materials
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Known from the beginning of the eighties, additive manufacturing (AM) was seen as an alternative to the more traditional manufacturing technologies because of its advantages, such as absence of tools and fixtures, the possibility to produce complex, even hollow forms and a short delay between design and obtaining the part. Limited until recently mostly to low fusion point materials and to rapid building form prototypes or mock-ups, its potential use was extended to building solid parts, from high fusion point materials, such as stainless steels, refractory and Titanium alloys, due to recent developments in the field of high power, high efficiency fiber or diode lasers the density of energy available in the work area increased, allowing now higher productivity.
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