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Additively manufactured AlSi10Mg lattices – Potential and limits of modelling as-designed structures
Additive manufacturing overcomes the restrictions of classical manufacturing methods and enables the production of near-net-shaped, complex geometries. In that context, lattice structures are of high interest due to their superior weight reduction potential. AlSi10Mg is a well-known alloy for additive manufacturing and well suited for such applications due to its high strength to material density ratio. It has been selected in this study for producing bulk material and complex geometries of adoi:10.34657/9383 fatcat:zamyfkypdvchpidmojbhwb7pgm