Comparative Study of Tensile Properties of 17-4PH Using ADAM and Conventional ProcessJournal: International Journal of Research in Aeronautical and Mechanical Engineering (Vol.10, No. 08)
Publication Date: 2022-08-31
Authors : Shivam Sachan; Sanjeev Kumar Singh Yadav;
Page : 01-10
Keywords : : ADAM; SLA; SLS.;
This present work aims to compare the Tensile properties of 17-4PH stainless steel with two different processes. The first is the ADAM Atomic Diffusion Additive Manufacturing process, and the second process is making a sample for 17-4PH with a metal plate. Markforged ADAM is a patented process for Additive Manufacturing Process Metal Extrusion by Markforged. In this process, the 17-4PH metal powder is converted into a wire filament, and the filament is prepared with metal powder encased in a plastic binder. The ADAM process consists of three processes. 1. Printing, 2. Washing 3. Sintering. In WASH chamber filled with specific liquid under which green part is kept for dissolving the binding substance available in the printed part, leaving the part semi-porous so that the remaining binder may easily burn during sintering. This debinding step cleans your sintering furnace and purifies the finished metal part. The Sinter-2 fits the whole construction volume of the Metal X thanks to its sizeable active hot zone (more than 22,280 cubic cm). It's ideal for largescale production or batch production. This heavy-duty furnace sinters a wide variety of commercial-grade metals from their brown (washed) state to fully dense metal pieces. The second Sample is made from a 17-4PH stainless steel plate. With the help of some non-conventional machines, the required dogbone shape for the tensile test can be achieved.
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