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Selective laser melting (SLM) is one of the most popular additive-manufacturing techniques that are revolutionising the production process by opening up new possibilities for unique product-shape fabrication, generating objects of complex geometry and reducing energy consumption as well as waste. However, the more widespread use of this technology is hindered by a major drawback—the thermal-history-dependent microstructure that is typical of SLM-fabricated objects is linked to uncertaintiesdoi:10.3390/met10060800 fatcat:akkvrw4t6ndnxkcx2uznss46uy