Material Densification
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Metal Additive Manufacturing in Aerospace: A review

Metal additive manufacturing, which builds metallic components layer by layer, is experiencing significant growth, particularly in aerospace. Its adoption is driven by potential commercial and performance benefits. Key opportunities include cost reduction, novel materials, lightweight designs, and consolidation of components. This paper reviews metal additive manufacturing in aerospace, summarizing its state, application scenarios, benefits, and challenges.

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