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The SLM 500 HL is a selective laser melting machine for additive manufacturing operations that increases throughput though the use to what the company describes as "unique double beam technology.
During his visit to Marshall, Bolden watched a type of additive manufacturing called selective laser melting create complex parts for the J-2X and RS-25 rocket engines without welding.
Among specific topics are manufacturing removable complete dentures using a vacuum casting technique, scheduling recovery vehicles in industrial waste recycling, structural analysis and optimization for high speed vertical machining tool tables, fabricating metallic parts by selective laser melting, designing a docking probe based on the dynamic model of flexible beam impact, optimizing the design of sun position detection sensors, and the kinematics analysis of bulldozer multi-freedom working device.
The topics include hierarchical starch-based fibrous scaffold for bone tissue engineering applications, inkjet printing of bioadhesives, the laser microfabrication of hydroxyapatite-osteoblast-like cell composites, structural and mechanical evaluations of a topology optimized titanium interbody fusion cage fabricated by a selective laser melting process, and individually prefabricated prosthesis for maxilla reconstruction.
Model of radiation and heat transfer in laser-powder interaction zone at selective laser melting.
Selective Laser Melting (SLM) is a technique created from the SLS, with the objective of produce functional components with a near full density (Kruth, J.
INTRODUCTION Selective Laser Melting (SLM) is an Additive Manufacturing (AM) technique that manufactures complex shape parts using metal powders without dies and moulds.
Selective laser melting of biocompatible metals for rapid manufacturing of medical parts, Rapid Prototyp J 13 4:196-203 Tab.