Laser Powder Bed Fusion (LPBF)

laser powder bed fusion, LPBF, additive manufacturing, surface texture, directional filters, NIST, Jason Fox

This dataset is featured in our article, Analyzing additive surfaces with directional filtering. The small particles of partially-melted power are challenging to quantify. The striped pattern created by the additive manufacturing process makes the particles difficult to isolate. Directional filters—a standard feature of OmniSurf3D software—make it possible to suppress the ridges while retaining the features that we care about.

Read more about this dataset here.

 

Measured via Zygo ZeGage Plus (10x)

Data source: NIST and Jason Fox  https://data.nist.gov/od/id/809B1360E1345A54E0532457068169A42020

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How to cite

If you use this dataset, please reference it as follows:

Digital Metrology Solutions. “Surface Library.” Digitalmetrology, digitalmetrology.com/dataset/laser-powder-bed-fusion. Accessed Jul 16, 2024.