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Negative Additive Manufacturing of Complex Shaped Boron Carbides

DOI :

10.3791/58438-v

September 18th, 2018

September 18th, 2018

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1Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

A method called negative additive manufacturing is used to produce near fully dense complex shaped boron carbide parts of various length scales. This technique is possible via the formulation of a novel suspension involving resorcinol-formaldehyde as a unique gelling agent that leaves behind a homogenous carbon sintering aid after pyrolysis.

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