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THC04 3D Printing for High Vacuum Applications vacuum, experiment, operation, background 317
  • C.R. Wolf
    HS Coburg, Coburg, Germany
  • F.B. Beck, L. Franz, V.M. Neumaier
    Ernes, Coburg, Germany
  This thesis deals with the manufacture of parts made by 3D printing for high vacuum application. Different components are printed and examined for their vacuum suitability. As shown furthermore, conventionally made standard components can be welded vacuum-tightly to 3D-printed parts, which enables cost-effective production of more complex components, such as a vacuum chamber. In addition, functional components can already be realized during the manufacturing process. The integration of a system of flow channels directly into the wall of a vacuum-chamber is just one example. Thus, such a vacuum-chamber can be heated during evacuation and effectively cooled in later operation.  
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About • paper received ※ 29 August 2019       paper accepted ※ 26 September 2019       issue date ※ 20 June 2020  
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