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Recent advances in direct laser melting (DLM) have demonstrated its great potential for manufacturing three-dimensional porous metal parts. Various combinations of powder layering and processing parameters can be set to adjust the porous properties of the final parts. This study presents the effects of powder morphologies and process parameters on porosity formation during DLM. Four types of Fe-powders composed of spherical or non-spherical particles with different sizes were experimentallydoi:10.3390/app8122573 fatcat:qliksm6gqjfgjbqbhuxjot64lq