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Influence of Direct Energy Deposition Parameters on Ti–6Al–4V Component's Structure-Property Homogeneity
Ti–6Al–4V alloy is a typical 3D printing metal, and its application has been expanded to various fields owing to its excellent characteristics such as high specific strength, high corrosion resistance, and biocompatibility. In particular, direct energy deposition (DED) has been actively explored in the fields of deposition and the repair of large titanium parts. However, owing to the complicated thermal history of the DED process, the microstructures of the fusion zone (FZ), heat-affected zonedoi:10.3390/met11060887 fatcat:ifel4nxiqfhtlpb6ouornnwse4