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Selective Laser Melting and Fluid Particles
Posted Wed December 07, 2016 @07:58PM
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Application Selective laser melting (SLM) is a 3D-printing process to create three-dimensional metal parts by fusing fine metal powders together. SLM finds wide applications in aerospace and medical orthopedics industry.

A new Flow Science blog post describes setting up an SLM model using FLOW-3D fluid particle capabilities, one of the new particle classes in the particle model.


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Fluid particles directly inherit fluid properties, including evaporation and solidification. There can be a variety of cases where fluid particles can be applied: from a relatively simple rainfall modeling to complicated Selective Laser Melting (SLM) modeling.

Read the full discussion about modeling selective laser melting at https://www.flow3d.com/selective-laser-melting-flu id-particles/

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