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White Paper | Properties of Additively Manufactured Titanium Parts—A Comparative Study

Additive manufacturing of orthopedic implants using Ti64 alloys has been successful across spine, hip, knee, and extremity applications due to the alloy’s inherent biocompatibility and good mechanical properties combined with additive’s ability to tailor porous structures enabling osseointegration and mass customization for better patient outcomes. The standard atomization techniques to fabricate Ti64 powders for AM are Electrode Induction Inert Gas Atomization (EIGA) and plasma atomization. In this comparative study, test specimen parts printed by laser powder bed fusion utilizing both EIGA and plasma atomized powders were investigated by comparing their chemical, microstructural, mechanical, and physical properties.

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