Laser direct deposition of metallic parts is a new manufacturing technology, which combines with computer aided design, laser cladding and rapid prototyping. Fully dense metallic parts can be directly obtained through melting coaxially fed powders with a laser. The microstructure and properties observation of laser direct deposited 663 copper alloy and 316L stainless steel samples indicate that, the...
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