Investigation of new volumetric non-destructive techniques to characterise additive manufacturing parts

Aziz Huskic, Sascha Senck, Anne-Françoise Obaton, Minh-Quang Lê, Vincent Prezza, David Marlot, Pierre Delvart, Emmanuel Mahé, Charles Cayron

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Abstract

The assessment of the potential of various non-destructive methods to characterise additive manufactured dense and lattice parts was investigated. The Archimedes’ and gas pycnometric methods for density measurements of both types of structures are presented as well as the percentage of cells in lattice structures. A multi-frequency eddy current method for electrical conductivity measurements of lattice structures is also presented. Finally, C-scan ultrasound method for the characterisation of dense parts was investigated. The advantages and limitations of each method are underlined.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationWELDING, ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING AND ASSOCIATED NON-DESTRUCTIVE TESTING
Volume62
Edition5
Publication statusPublished - 1 Sep 2018
Event 1ST INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS ON WELDING, ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING AND ASSOCIATED NON-DESTRUCTIVE TESTING - Metz Arsenal, France
Duration: 17 May 201719 May 2017

Conference

Conference 1ST INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS ON WELDING, ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING AND ASSOCIATED NON-DESTRUCTIVE TESTING
CountryFrance
CityMetz Arsenal
Period17.05.201719.05.2017

Keywords

  • Additive manufacturing
  • Archimedes’ method
  • C-scan ultrasound method
  • Gas pycnometric method
  • Multi-frequency eddy current method
  • Volumetric non-destructive techniques (NDTs)

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