Focused Session CB-9
Additive Manufacturing

Convener:
Aldo R. BOCCACCINI, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany

Members:
Amit BANDYOPADHYAY, Washington State University, USA
Joseph BEAMAN, University of Texas, Austin, USA
Francis CAMBIER, BCRC (INISMa-CRIBC), Belgium
Christophe CHAPUT, 3DCeram, France
Thierry CHARTIER, SPCTS - CNRS, France
Jens GUENSTER, BAM, Germany
John W. HALLORAN, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA
Soshu KIRIHARA, Osaka University, Japan
Tassilo MORITZ, IKTS Fraunhofer, Germany
Roger NARAYAN, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA
Martin SCHWENTENWEIN, Lithoz GmbH, Austria
Nahum TRAVITZKY, University of Erlangen-Nuernberg, Germany
 
Hiroya ABE, Osaka University, Japan
Philippe BELLEVILLE, CEA Le Ripault, France
Aldo R. BOCCACCINI, University of Erlangen-Nuernberg, Germany
Thierry CHARTIER, SPCTS – CNRS, France
Dorian DESCHUYTENEER, Belgian Ceramic Research Center, Belgium
Philipp GINGTER, Schunk Ingenieurkeramik GmbH, Germany
Jens GUENSTER, BAM, Germany
Johannes HOMA, Lithoz AG, Austria
Enrique JUSTE, Belgian Ceramic Research Center, Belgium
Teiichi KIMURA, Japan Fine Ceramics Center, Japan
Soshu KIRIHARA, Osaka University, Japan
Anne LERICHE, Université de Valenciennes, France
Tassilo MORITZ, IKTS Fraunhofer, Germany
Roger NARAYAN, University of North Carolina, USA
Uwe SCHEITHAUER, Fraunhofer IKTS, Germany
Vladimir SHEVCHENKO, Institute of Silicate Chemistry RAS, Russia
Nahum TRAVITZKY, University of Erlangen-Nuernberg, Germany
Joachim VOGT, Fraunhofer ISC, Germany
Andrea ZOCCA, BAM, Germany
 
Additive manufacturing (AD) includes a very different range of green and cheap fabrication techniques in which a solid physical model of the part is made directly from a 3-D Computer-Aided Design (CAD) file so offering a new freedom to shape complex parts without the constraints imposed by forming, machining, or joining. Depending on the specific AD technique, (multi)layered ceramics, membrane-like ceramic structures, complex shaped bulk dense or porous ceramics may be fabricated by versatile, client customizable, cost effective and environmentally conscious procedures.
This Focused Session, which follows the ones on a similar subjects held in previous CIMTEC Conferences, will address recent achievements e perspectives in AD technologies, applicability, advantages and shortcoming of each particular technique and manufacturing issues, properties and reliability of products and components.
 
Session Topics

CB-9.1 Selective laser sintering

CB-9.2 Laminated object manufacturing

CB-9.3 Fused deposition modelling

CB-9.4 Stereolithography

CB-9.5 Direct writing

CB-9.6 Powder bed fusion

CB-9.7 Other/emerging AD routes

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