Revista de ciencias e ingeniería de materiales

Advances on High Entropy 3D Printing Alloys


Nessie Brown and Medina Everly

Supported by the progress of High Entropy Composites (HEAs) produced by ordinary cycles in different applications, the improvement of HEAs for 3D printing has been progressing quickly lately. 3D printing of HEAs leads to an extraordinary potential for assembling mathematically complex HEA items with positive exhibitions, in this way rousing their expanded appearance in modern applications. Thus, an exhaustive survey of the new accomplishments of 3D printing of HEAs is given, in the parts of their powder improvement, printing processes, microstructures, properties, and likely applications. It starts with the presentation of the essentials of 3D printing and HEAs, as well as the remarkable properties of 3D printed HEA items. The cycles for the improvement of HEA powders, including atomization and mechanical alloying, and the powder properties, are then introduced. From that point, average cycles for printing HEA items from powders, to be specific, coordinated energy affidavit, specific laser softening, and electron pillar liquefying, are talked about concerning the stages, gem highlights, mechanical properties, functionalities, and possible utilizations of these items (especially in the aviation, energy, shaping, and tooling enterprises). At last, points of view are framed to give direction to future exploration.

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