Additive Manufacturing for Wear and Corrosion Applications

Summary
AMCOR will develop and demonstrate Laser Metal Deposition (LMD) industrial manufacturing systems for the deposition of functional graded coatings (FGM) and 3D features onto metallic components supplied by industry that are subjected to in-service wear and corrosion. This will be supported by the development, production and testing of mixed powder combinations for coatings suitability. The proposed system will combine LMD, robotic and CNC positioning, modelling, 3D scanning techniques and sensors to give a turn-key solution to the deposition of multiple materials for quality controlled FGM coatings and 3D features onto original manufactured components and repair surfaces. The solution will offer a knowledge driven manufacturing process with significant production benefits; automation, self-management and reduced material usage and waste. The integrated system will be assessed for its cost effectiveness, in terms of manufacturing efficiency and consumption of raw materials, but also its application flexibility for exploitation into industry sectors not represented in the consortium. This will be addressed by developing the following topics: - Automation - Intelligible software interface for automated manufacturing by LMD. - Production efficiency - Integrated process incorporating component referencing, in-line monitoring, closed loop control and NDT inspection. - Materials Intuitive database of material combinations with selection focused on coatings performance. - Qualification - Demonstrator parts from industry (mining, automotive, power generation, tooling, industrial drives) validated by AMCOR end-users. Development of QA/QC deposition procedures. To achieve these key objectives, the consortium consists of 16 organisations who are recognised leaders in various industrial sectors and in the development of LMD processes. We propose to develop the integrated AMCOR system over a period of 36 months with an overall budget of 4.7Million Euro.
More information
Web resources: http://www.amcor-project.eu
https://cordis.europa.eu/project/rcn/105488/factsheet/en
Start date: 01-11-2012
End date: 31-10-2015
Total budget - Public funding: 4 770 045,00 Euro - 3 000 000,00 Euro
Call topic: Innovative technologies for casting, material removing and forming processes (FoF.NMP.2012-7)
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Original description

AMCOR will develop and demonstrate Laser Metal Deposition (LMD) industrial manufacturing systems for the deposition of functional graded coatings (FGM) and 3D features onto metallic components supplied by industry that are subjected to in-service wear and corrosion. This will be supported by the development, production and testing of mixed powder combinations for coatings suitability.

The proposed system will combine LMD, robotic and CNC positioning, modelling, 3D scanning techniques and sensors to give a ‘turn-key’ solution to the deposition of multiple materials for quality controlled FGM coatings and 3D features onto original manufactured components and repair surfaces. The solution will offer a knowledge driven manufacturing process with significant production benefits; automation, self-management and reduced material usage and waste.

The integrated system will be assessed for its cost effectiveness, in terms of manufacturing efficiency and consumption of raw materials, but also its application flexibility for exploitation into industry sectors not represented in the consortium. This will be addressed by developing the following topics:

• Automation - Intelligible software interface for automated manufacturing by LMD.
• Production efficiency - Integrated process incorporating component referencing, in-line monitoring, closed loop control and NDT inspection.
• Materials – Intuitive database of material combinations with selection focused on coatings performance.
• Qualification - Demonstrator parts from industry (mining, automotive, power generation, tooling, industrial drives) validated by AMCOR end-users. Development of QA/QC deposition procedures.

To achieve these key objectives, the consortium consists of 16 organisations who are recognised leaders in various industrial sectors and in the development of LMD processes. We propose to develop the integrated AMCOR system over a period of 36 months with an overall budget of €4.7Million (€3Million EC contribut

Status

ONG

Call topic

FoF.NMP.2012-7

Update Date

07-11-2021
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Economic sustainability Supply chain and value network efficiency Flexibility Circular economy Increasing human achievements in manufacturing systems
Occupational safety and health Social sustainability Reducing the consumption of energy, while increasing the usa... Material efficiency Waste minimisation

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Manufacturing the products of the future Novel materials Complex structures, geometries and scale
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Advanced material processing technologies Additive manufacturing Photonics-based materials processing technologies Methods for handling of parts, metrology and inspection Replication, Equipment for flexible scalable prod/Assembly ,... Integration of non-conventional technologies and conventiona... Recycling processes
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