EPMA’s Additive Manufacturing with Steel Part 2 – course literature available for free

February 22, 2021

The latest batch of course literature from the EPMA’s ‘Additive Manufacturing with Steel Feedstock has been released for free download (Courtesy SAM/EPMA/Dr E Yasa)

The European Metallurgy Association (EPMA) has released a new batch of course literature from its ‘Additive Manufacturing with Steel Feedstock’ seminar, organised under the EU-funded SAM project (Sector Skills Strategy in Additive Manufacture).

The released media will provide a thorough introduction to materials, with a focus on different types of steel feedstocks for AM production.

The media will cover the following topics:

  • The effects of micro-alloying, relating grain refinement to mechanical properties
  • AM conditions for a certain part taking into account the material ability for AM
  • Carbon equivalent (CE), t 8/5 concept and preheating temperature
  • Hardenability and maximum cooling rate
  • Types of heat treatments requirements for a certain part, inferring the heat treatment conditions (depending of the shape and size of the part, the application and the code).

Course videos, part 2 (videos from part 1 are available here)

Video #6 (Dr Özgür Poyraz)

Video #7 (Dr Özgür Poyraz)

Video #8 (Dr Evren Yasa)

Video #9 (Dr Evren Yasa)

Video #10 (Dr Evren Yasa)

Course Literature

Full PDF slides are available for download through the EPMA.


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