Material Densification
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Optimizing HIP and printing parameters for EBM Ti-6Al-4V

The study explores HIP parameters for EBM Ti-6Al-4V to maximize material strength. Optimal conditions include a lower HIP temperature of 800°C and a higher pressure of 200 MPa, effectively eliminating internal defects while achieving the highest strength. Intentionally inducing porosity during printing, along with an optimized HIP cycle, further enhances material strength.

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