Machine Capability Study EOS M 290 & EOS Titanium Ti64ELI

Repeatability is Key for Distributed Serial Production

Free Whitepaper

The results of this capability study were 
evaluated in terms of the density, tensile 
properties, geometrical accuracy and surface 
roughness. The tensile testing results were also investigated with regard to their dependency on powder batch, job, orientation and position.

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One of the many advantages of additive manufacturing (AM) is the flexibility it offers for independent and decentralized supply chains. As the demand for such flexible and robust supply chains across the globe increases, it is becoming more and more important for manufacturers to ensure that additive manufacturing can repeatably achieve the same final part properties, independently of the machine used for printing. 
This whitepaper identifies how this repeatability is achieved and 
investigates the performance of a standardized test job layout built on three different EOS M 290 machines at different production locations and by different operators.

This whitepaper gives information about:

  •  Capability of EOS M 290 with EOS Titanium Ti64ELI with regard to density, tensile properties, geometrical accuracy and surface 
  • Analysis of the effect of different material batches and the position of the test specimens on the tensile properties
  • Part properties expected when using EOS Titanium Ti64ELI and the EOS 60 µm DLMS process



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