By: Buffalo Manufacturing Works Team | August 5th, 2021

Inconel 718 components produced using additive manufacturing (AM) generally require heat treatment to form strengthening precipitates and optimize the phase fractions of all precipitates. Work done at EWI has been focused on developing a heat treatment procedure specifically for AM-generated IN718 parts.

The results of this research are discussed in Optimization of the Post Heat Treatment of Additively Manufactured IN718, a paper writtenby Alber Sadek, EWI Senior Technology Leader – Materials. You can read the paper for free by completing the form on this page.

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