The evolution of additive manufacturing over the past 30 years has given engineers the ability to manufacture parts from designs that could not have been conceived before its inception. This evolution has greatly affected the capabilities and expanded the bounds of the rocket propulsion industry.
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This paper is focused on the study of the mechanical properties and manufacturing directions for a metallic parts fabricated by selective laser melting.
Additive Manufacturing for High-Pressure Hydraulic Valve Manifolds
Advanced Casting Optimization
Advanced Composite Automotive Structural Repairs
Minimizing Surface Porosity in Vacuum-Bag-Only Prepreg Processing
Porosity-Free Molded Surfaces for Out-of-Autoclave Composites
Comparative Analysis of Hydraulic, Mechanical and Servo Press Drive Systems
Designing and Building Open Source Rapid Prototyping Machines
Design Study on an Additively Manufactured Compressor Casing Containing Auxetic Structures