Department of Energy (DOE), is offering the opportunity to enter into a collaborative partnership to further develop and commercialize LLNL’s novel laser power bed fusion additive manufacturing process monitoring and optimization technology based on thermionic emission detection.
Colorado School of Mines (Mines) requires a laser powder bed fusion (PBF) additive manufacturing machine (AM) capable of fabricating metallic articles using standard and non-standard alloys in support of a project exploring metal AM for fabricating structural components for the US defense community. ...
THE OBJECTIVE OF 18-EPSCOR R3-0001 IS TO EVALUATE THE QUALITY OF COPPER-ALLOY (C-18150) PARTS MADE BY A POWDER BED FUSION ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING (AM) PROCESS SELECTIVE LASER MELTING (SLM). Solicitation ID/Procurement Identifier: 80NSSC20M0149 Ultimate Completion Date: Thu Nov 18 18:00:00 GMT 2021
It has been determined that American Society for Testing and Materials is the sole provider of Comprehensive Survey of Commercially Available Powder Bed Fusion Metal Additive Manufacturing Systems NASA/NSSC will be the procuring center for this effort. Performance will be located at NASA/ Langley Research Center (LARC).
The solicitation will be issued for a Firm Fixed-Price (FFP) to ensure the contractor shall provide and install one (1) laser powder bed fusion (L-PBF) Additive Manufacturing systems (M2 – Series 5 Direct Metal Laser Melting (DMLM) and associated equipment for US Army at Aviation and Missile Center (AvMC), Redstone Arsenal, AL.
The solicitation will be issued for a Firm Fixed-Price to ensure the contractor shall provide and install two (2) laser powder bed fusion (L-PBF) Additive Manufacturing systems (M2 – Series 5 Dual Laser 400W) and associated equipment for 76 CMXG at Tinker Air Force Base, Oklahoma. The systems shall be M2 Series 5 Dual Laser machines with CoCr and Alloy718 capabilities.
Added: Oct 31, 2017 12:35 pm • The machine should be a Powder Bed Fusion system, as defined by the ASTM as "An additive manufacturing process in which thermal energy selectively fuses regions of a powder bed."(REF: International Standardization Organization/ASTM 52900-15 Standard Terminology for Additive Manufacturing.) • The machine's thermal energy source should be an electron beam with a minimum of 3000 watts power.
The Production Systems Group (PSG) at NIST conducts research in metals-based additive manufacturing to develop and deploy advances in measurement science that will enable rapid design-to-product transformation. Part of this research involves developing a controller for the laser powder bed fusion (LPBF) additive manufacturing testbed.
The HP Jet Fusion 580 has several key features not found together on other production grade additive manufacturing systems. Such as specifically high resolution, nylon materials, full CMYK color prints, high throughput and ultra-high level control of color and material property.