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Dimensional deviations in Ti-6Al-4V discs produced with different process parameters during selective laser melting
Snehashis Pal, Marijana Milković, Riad Ramadani, Janez Gotlih, Nenad Gubeljak, Radovan Hudak, Igor Drstvenšek, Matjaž Finšgar, Tomaž Brajlih, 2023, izvirni znanstveni članek

Opis: When manufacturing complicated products where both material and design play a role, especially thin and curved components, it is difcult to maintain accurate dimensions in Selective Laser Melting. Considering these difculties, this article presents the dimensional errors in the fabrication of Ti-6Al-4V discs and their thermomechanics during manufacturing. Various combinations of laser processing parameters were used to fabricate the 2.00 mm thick discs with a diameter of 5.70 mm. It was found that the thickness shortened and the round shape changed to an oval shape for most of the discs. The thickness decreased along the build-up direction from the bottom to the top and formed a taper that increased with increasing energy density (ED). The horizontal diameter of the discs changed slightly, while the vertical diameters changed remarkably with increasing ED. On the other hand, reducing the laser power resulted in a reduction of the roundness error, while it caused a reduction of the thickness. The hatch spacing signifcantly afected the volume of the melt pool and caused a change in the vertical diameter. The central part of the curved surface of the discs became concave and the concavity increased due to the increasing ED.
Ključne besede: dimension, Ti-6Al-4V, lase power, scanning speed, hatch spacing, selective laser melting
Objavljeno v DKUM: 29.03.2024; Ogledov: 101; Prenosov: 4
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The use of selective laser melting in mandibular retrognathia correction
Andrej Čretnik, Anita Fekonja, 2022, izvirni znanstveni članek

Opis: Digitalization and additive manufacturing offer new possibilities in the manufacturing of individualized medical and dental products. In the paper we present the results of the first 30 consecutive growing patients (15 males and 15 females), with a mean age of 13.69 years (SD = 1.26), who were treated for mandibular retrognathia (skeletal Class II malocclusion), using fixed sagittal guidance (FSG) appliance, individually manufactured by selective laser melting (SLM). Lateral cephalometric radiographs were taken before (T0) and after (T1) treatment and a detailed cephalometric analysis was performed. with a special focus on a time period for malocclusion correction. The analyzed data were compared with the control group (CG; treated with intermaxillary Class II elastics) that was matched for pretreatment age and pretreatment cephalometric measurements. Both methods were effective in the correction of Class II malocclusion, but the time period of correction was significantly shorter (16.03 ± 1.09 months vs. 20.65 ± 4.12 months) with the FSG appliance. After treatment visual skeletal and dentoalveolar effects were achieved, with statistically significant differences measured in mandibular incisors inclination (0.45° in FSG and 2.84° in CG) and distance (−0.61 mm in FSG and 0.13 mm in CG), in mandibular first molar inclination (−1.07° in FSG and 1.18° in CG) and overbite (−3.82 mm in FSG and −2.46 mm in CG), all in favor of FSG appliance. After the final mean treatment time of 16.03 ± 1.09 months, visual skeletal and dentoalveolar effects were achieved, with significant differences in sagittal (SNB angle, SNPg angle, mandibular length (CoGn) and consequently decrease in ANB angle) as well as in vertical (lower anterior facial height (LAFH) and gonial angle) measurements noted, with no reported complications. As the time needed for malocclusion correction was comparable with the reports in the traditional use of the functional appliance and as all the cosmetical and functional changes in all the treated patients remained stable after a 2-year observational period, growing patients with Class II malocclusion could benefit with this type of treatment. As all the cosmetical and functional changes in all the treated patients remained stable after a 2-year observational period, growing patients with Class II malocclusion could benefit from the treatment with FSG appliance.
Ključne besede: selective laser melting, individualized manufacturing technology, mandibular retrognathia
Objavljeno v DKUM: 18.09.2023; Ogledov: 416; Prenosov: 18
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Vpliv izdelovalnih parametrov na lastnosti izdelkov iz Ti-6Al-4V, narejenih s selektivnim laserskim taljenjem in plastenje površine z bioaktivnim polimerom
Snehashis Pal, 2019, doktorska disertacija

Opis: Technological parameters included in energy density (ED) are the more powerful tools in selective laser melting (SLM) technology which can be used in the time of fabrication to regulate chemical, metallurgical, and mechanical properties of a product. The volumetric Energy Density (ED) depends on the energy input employed by the laser power, scanning speed, hatch spacing, and the layer thickness. Density, microstructure, surface morphology, dimension accuracy, strength and porosity including the number of pores, place of the pore, size of a pore shape of a pore, inclusions of pores of an SLM product depends on the processing parameters. As the powder material fusion process is done by track by track and layer by layer, the architecture of the microstructure in a product is oriented as the direction of building up too. The research has emphasized on metallurgical properties, tensile properties, and producing the non-porous products from Ti-6Al-4V alloy powder and surface modification using bioactive polymer for orthopedic application. The research has followed four steps to study the metallurgical properties and finding out the combinations of technological parameters in producing non-porous products. The purpose of the first step of the study was to examine the effects of ED on the product properties and to obtain an optimum ED as well as the optimal range of scanning speed. The second step of the study has focused on the influences of laser power. The third step of the study has investigated the effect of amounts of track overlapping and hatch spacing. Almost a zero-porosity product has been able to produce by following these three steps of the ongoing research. The fourth step has studied the metallurgical properties emphasizing on re-melting of every layer. High-density products have been found in the fourth step where a small amount of very small sized pores are present as a result of keyhole effect and gaseous bubble entrapment mainly. Four buildup orientations have been selected for each ED in the first step of the study to examine the tensile properties of the products. The best buildup orientation has been seen in longitudinally vertical tensile specimens considering tensile properties. The tensile properties have also been studied in the second and third step of the study with best build up orientation of the tensile specimens. The alterations of metallurgical and tensile properties have also been investigated after heat-treatment of the specific samples. Dimensional accuracies were also invigilated on the cubic, and tensile specimens over the studies and consequently, inaccuracies have been noticed. The fifth step of the study has observed the pore properties, adhesion properties, the compressive strength of gelatin coating manufactured using unidirectional freezing and the freeze-drying process of three different gelatin concentrations on four different surfaced Ti-6Al-4V alloy substrates. The results indicate that the coating properties depend on the substrate’s surface texture as well as the concentration of gelatin. Above 80% of porosity, interconnected and well-aligned pores of 75-200 μm have been obtained which is required to stimulate bone ingrowth histologically.
Ključne besede: selective laser melting, unidirectional freezing, fabricating parameters, porosity, microstructure, mechanical strength
Objavljeno v DKUM: 01.04.2019; Ogledov: 1783; Prenosov: 140
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