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AM Feedstock Powder Rheology and Particle Characterization

Many studies have been presented recently concerning the powder flow or the particle characteristics of feedstocks used in Additive Manufacturing (AM) applications. Analyses of fresh powder, powder that has been used for several build cycles, and blends of these two have been characterized. 

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In this on demand presentation, Tony Thornton, Director of Technical Information at Micromeritics, evaluates both bulk powder rheology and the characteristics of particles that make up powders. He will also consider how the particle characteristics support insights into powder rheology.

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