3D optical profilometry Virtual Meeting 9/29/22

September Virtual Meeting
A virtual meeting on September 29th at 6 p.m. via Google Meets. 3D optical profilometry.

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MOHAWK-HUDSON SECTION MEETINGS FOR 2021-2022
All dates, locations, and speakers are subject to change.

Announcements/confirmations will be sent out prior to all meetings.

September - 29 Caden Hall of Keyence Corporation will be discussing 3D optical profilometry and will have a virtual demonstration of a 3D optical profilometry system.


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April -

May -

June - 2022/2023 Election and Planning Meeting

February 2021 Meeting Recap, by Nicholas Cosentino
On February 23, 2021, the Mohawk-Hudson Joint virtual meetings with the local chapters of ASM and AWS consisted of a presentation by Dr. Todd Palmer (Penn State) on the Impact of Metal Powder Feedstocks on the Properties and Performance of Additively Manufactured Materials.

The Additive Manufacturing (AM) of metallic materials has advanced significantly over the past decade and is demonstrating great promise in driving innovation in advanced manufacturing technologies. Significant challenges still exist, though, in matching the properties and
reliability obtained through more traditional material processing routes. In response to several identified knowledge gaps, current research efforts are primarily directed at developing material property databases and tools for sensing and monitoring the complex
processing conditions prevalent in laser and electron beam based powder bed fusion (PBF) and directed energy deposition (DED) processes. While these efforts are building a more
fundamental understanding of the AM processes, significant knowledge gaps still exist in the understanding of how powder feedstock properties, such as starting powder size, morphology,
and chemistry, can impact the properties and performance of AM components. The role of chemistry, in particular, has been shown to impact the as deposited and post processed
structures and properties of a range of commonly used titanium, nickel, and ferrous based alloys. In many cases, small changes in chemistry in both substitutional and interstitial alloying elements, even within standard accepted composition ranges, have led to new and unique properties. A review of recent work involving common alloy systems used in both PBF and DED processes is provided to show many of the challenges and opportunities available through the exploitation of knowledge of the powder feedstocks and how they can lead to improved performance of existing alloys and the development of vastly improved alloy systems.

Items of Interest, by Nicholas Cosentino
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