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Stereolithographic Additive Manufacturing of Ceramic Components with Functionally Modulated Geometry | Abstract

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Stereolithographic Additive Manufacturing of Ceramic Components with Functionally Modulated Geometry

Author(s): Soshu Kirihara

In stereolithographic additive manufacturing (STL-AM) processes, 2-D cross sections were created minutely through photo polymerization by ultraviolet (UV) laser drawing on spread resin paste including ceramic nanoparticles, and 3-D models were sterically printed by layer lamination as shown in Fig. 1 [1-3]. In this investigation, solid electrolyte dendrites of yttria-stabilized zirconia (YSZ) with spatially ordered pores were processed for fuel cell miniaturization. Subsequently, ceramic sheets of lithium-lanthanum-titanate (LLT) with micro emboss patterns were developed for all-solid batteries. Designed models with intended 3-D structures were converted into the stereolithography (STL) file format through polyhedral approximations and sliced into a series of 2-D layers. The slicing pitches were defined as 50 μm for laser scanning stereo-lithography. The numerical data were transferred into each stereo-lithographic system to create raster patterns for laser scanning

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