Additive Manufacturing is a process of adding materials to manufacture parts layer by layer directly from 3D digital model data, as opposed to subtractive manufacturing methodologies (ASTM F2792). Any complex parts out of plastics, metals, ceramics or composites can be additively manufactured directly from computer models. Therefore, Additive Manufacturing is considered to be the cornerstone of Industry 4.0.

Additive Manufacturing Lab (AML) at SU-IMC covers almost all the Additive Manufacturing Technologies. However, it focuses more on metal, high performance plastic, composite and hybrid Additive Manufacturing processes. The AML aims to develop novel Additive Manufacturing Technologies by improving and enhancing existing processes as well as developing new hybrid processes for manufacturing multifunctional complex parts. The AML researches and develops in all the aspects of Additive Manufacturing Technologies from design, path planning and optimization, process development to testing and characterization. The AML provides solutions for all industries from aerospace, automotive, consumer goods, energy to medical.

 

Contact Person: Dr. Bahattin Koç/Dr. Mehmet Yıldız

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