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The new F3318 ASTM international standard supports aluminum alloy in additive manufacturing.
May 23, 2018

The mercedes-benz truck USES a new 3D printing process to produce high quality complex metal spare parts and special parts.The photo shows the working bin of the laser printer, and its center USES selective laser melting (SLM) for the first time to create a metal thermostat cover.When the working platform is raised, the powder aluminum/silicon material moves to the side and the profile of the component becomes visible.


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The new ASTM international standard will support the manufacture of aluminum alloy parts through additive manufacturing.The new standard covers some types of addition manufacturing parts (AlSi10Mg) that are produced using a laser powder bed fusion (l-pbf) process.This standard will help to define a set of consistent requirements that both users and manufacturers agree to support for the purchase of additive manufacturing parts.

"This new standard support emerging increase material manufacturing industry practice and the standardization of business development," ASTM international organization members Hector Sandoval said, he is lockheed Martin missiles and fire control department of materials and process engineers."According to customer requirements, parts can be used for a variety of applications, from prototype to structure."

The new standard (soon to be released as F3318) is released by F42.ASTM's new center for excellence in additive manufacturing is pushing for new standards for 3D printing, and this week it added a new partner: the UK manufacturing technology centre.


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