Additive Technologies Based on Composite Powder Nanomaterials
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The possibilities of application of promising adaptive technologies of bulk laser deposition and selective laser sintering in machine building with the aim of creation of complex-configuration parts and reconditioning of worn components of various-purpose articles from metallic powder materials are considered. The possibilities of the production chain from making of metallic powders to creation of ready coatings and articles on the base of a single unit are described.
Key wordscomposite powder nanomaterials laser deposition functional coatings additive technologies 3D prototyping
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