Porosity Analysis of Additive Manufactured Parts Using CAQ Technology
2. Materials and Methods
- Voltage: 180 kV
- Current: 900 µA
- Resolution: 1024 × 1024 px
- Voxel size: 119.43 µm
- Nr of projections: 1050
- Integration time: 2000 ms
- Orientation of the sample during its production in the Z direction: as the sample thickness increased, the defect volume ratio in the sample volume decreased.sample thickness 1 mm (Defect volume ratio 0.09%),sample thickness 2 mm (Defect volume ratio 0.05%),sample thickness 3 mm (Defect volume ratio 0.00%).
- Orientation of the sample during its production in the XZ: as the sample thickness increased, the defect volume ratio in the sample volume decreased.sample thickness 1 mm (Defect volume ratio 0.99%),sample thickness 2 mm (Defect volume ratio 0.62%),sample thickness 3 mm (Defect volume ratio 0.54%).
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Pokorný, P.; Václav, Š.; Petru, J.; Kritikos, M. Porosity Analysis of Additive Manufactured Parts Using CAQ Technology. Materials 2021, 14, 1142. https://doi.org/10.3390/ma14051142
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Pokorný, Peter, Štefan Václav, Jana Petru, and Michaela Kritikos. 2021. "Porosity Analysis of Additive Manufactured Parts Using CAQ Technology" Materials 14, no. 5: 1142. https://doi.org/10.3390/ma14051142