Subproject B5

Subproject B5

Additive and formative manufacturing of hybrid parts with locally adapted, tailored properties

Aim of this subproject is to investigate the combination of additive manufacturing and forming technology for the production of tailored, functionalized and individualized titanium hybrid parts, fundamentally. Besides the sheet metal body also the additively manufactured elements of the hybrid parts will be formed. This leads to a defined work-hardening of the material and locally adjusted properties. By the spatially resolved application of additives in combination with in situ alloying during Laser Beam Melting (LBM) a local material modification is intended. This modification is supposed to be adjustable to the demands of the forming operation as well as to the demands of the later use case.

Contact:

Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Marion Merklein

Project Leader B5

Institute of Manufacturing Technology (LFT)
Lehrstuhl für Fertigungstechnologie (LFT)

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Michael Schmidt

Project Leader A3, A5, B5

Institute of Photonic Technologies (LPT)

Jan Hafenecker, M.Sc.

Researcher Subproject B5

Institute of Manufacturing Technology (LFT)

Florian Huber, M.Sc.

Researcher Subproject B5

Institute of Photonic Technologies (LPT)
Lehrstuhl für Photonische Technologien (LPT)

Richard Rothfelder, M.Sc.

Researcher Subproject B5

Department Maschinenbau (MB)
Institute of Photonic Technologies (LPT)