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Ti-6Al-4V components are widely used in aerospace industry. However, it's not economic to manufacture them in traditional subtractive methods. Wire and arc additive manufacturing (WAAM) is a promising alternative technology for fabricating it efficiently and economically. Tool-path planning strategy is a very important step in WAAM process. This paper investigated the influence of the lap way between layers and layers in tool-path on the Ti-6Al-4V samples fabricated by WAAM. It has been founddoi:10.1051/matecconf/201712805009 fatcat:3ye54kao7bglfdouaui6cayaea