Lattice structures are attractive for a number of applications, such as providing impact protection, reducing weight in automotive and aerospace components, or providing insulation from heat and sound. Additive manufacturing offers unprecedented control in the design and manufacture of these structures.
Material: Titanium Alloy (Ti-6Al- 4V)
Process: Electron Beam Melting (EBM)
Journal Paper: Ozdemir, Z., Hernandez-Nava, E., Tyas, A., Warren, J.A., Fay, S.D., Goodall, R., Todd, I. & Askes, H. (2016). Energy absorption in lattice structures in dynamics: Experiments. International Journal of Impact Engineering. 89, 49-61.
Solid-State Processing of Surplus Aluminium Alloy Powders through a Combination of Field Assisted Sintering Technology and Hot Rolling
The Sheffield Titanium Alloy Research [STAR] group partners with ECKART GmbH to convert surplus aluminium alloy powders from atomisation...