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Influence of additive laser manufacturing parameters on surface using density of partially melted particles

Abstract : Mastering the additive laser manufacturing surface is a real challenge and would allow functional surfaces to be obtained without finishing. Direct Metal Deposition (DMD) surfaces are composed by directional and chaotic textures that are directly linked to the process principles. The aim of this work is to obtain surface topographies by mastering the operating process parameters. Based on experimental investigation, the influence of operating parameters on the surface finish has been modeled. Topography parameters and multi-scale analysis have been used in order to characterize the DMD obtained surfaces. This study also proposes a methodology to characterize DMD chaotic texture through topography filtering and 3D image treatment. In parallel, a new parameter is proposed: density of particles ( D p ). Finally, this study proposes a regression modeling between process parameters and density of particles parameter.
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Benoit Rosa, Antoine Brient, Serge Samper, Jean-Yves Hascoët. Influence of additive laser manufacturing parameters on surface using density of partially melted particles. Surface Topography: Metrology and Properties, 2016, 4 (4), pp.045002. ⟨10.1088/2051-672X/4/4/045002⟩. ⟨hal-01580458⟩

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