Amir, Pratik, Saereh and Milad at College of Engineering Graduate Student Showcase 2019
How does the selective laser melting (SLM) process work?
OR Creator SLM Machine Printing
3D Metal Printer ORLAS Creator
PMAM Lab has one OR Laser Creator– Selective Laser Melting 3D Metal Printer Generation 1
3D Metal Printer
We have a ProX DMP 300 3D Systems Selective Laser Melting 3D Metal Printer
Spark Plasma Sintered ODS Alloy- After Ion Irradiation
The overview of the microstructure of 14LMT alloy: (a) unirradiated, (b) irradiated at 475 °C for 100 dpa, (c) irradiated at 475 °C for 200 dpa, (d) irradiated at 475 °C for 300 dpa, and (e) irradiated at 475 °C for 400 dpa.
Microstructure of SLMed 17-PH Stainless Steel
TEM micrographs from water-atomized 17-4 PH powder after SLM and aging
SLMed 17-4 PH Stainless Steel
Optical micrographs of SLMed 17-4 PH SS (gas atomized and water atomized)
PMAM Group Photo in MS&T2019
3D Printed Heat Sinks and Oregon Map
Selective Laser Melting of 316L
Heat Sinks (Click to See the Video)
Heat Sinks by Selective Laser Melting (316L), Designed by Prof. Gess and Manufactured in PMAM Lab
OSU Titan TEM
Microstructural Characterization at Electron Microscopy Facility of OSU
3D Printed OSU LOGO
OSU Beaver Logo Additively Manufactured by Selective Laser Melting
Welcome to Powder Metallurgy and Additive Manufacturing (PMAM) Laboratory!
We are highly dedicated to the design and advanced manufacturing of high temperature iron-and nickel-based alloys.
We are also utilizing the fundamental of materials science and powder metallurgy in designing powdered alloys for metal additive manufacturing.
Our current focus is on additive manufacturing processes including Selective Laser Melting and Binder Jetting of ferrous and non-ferrous alloys, metal matrix composites and functionally graded alloys.
Thanks for visiting the PMAM laboratory.
We use materials design approach which couples experimental research with theory and mechanistic modeling for the accelerated and innovative development of alloys and composites for advanced and additive manufacturing.
We passionately pursue a deep understanding of metal additive manufacturing (selective laser melting and binder jetting) process physics, utilizing the fundamental of materials science, powder metallurgy, microstructural and textural studies to develop new materials with multi-functionality and targeted properties.
Our methods which are strongly tied to materials science and powder metallurgy will develop toolbox for economic and scale-up additive manufacturing of high temperature alloys, alloys for extreme environments, metal matrix composites and functionally graded alloys.
Advanced Powder Metallurgy and Field Assisted Sintering
Alloy Design and Material Development for Additive Manufacturing Processes
Additive Manufacturing of High Temperatures Alloys and Metal Matrix Composites
Additive Manufacturing of Functionally Graded Alloys
Advanced Manufacturing of Materials for Extreme Environments (corrosive, high temperature and high radiation doses)