03 March 2021
New article: Resource‐efficient joint fabrication by welding metal 3D‐printed parts to conventional steel: A structural integrity study
Together with Filippo Berto (Chair of Mechanics of Materials, Fracture Mechanics and Fatigue, NTNU Norway) and Martina Chierici (PhD candidate, Politecnico di Milano), we presented a ‘hybrid’ manufacturing approach to weld optimized 3d-printed nodes to conventional steel elements, and our numerical modeling approach for its structural integrity study: Chierici, M, Berto, F, Kanyilmaz, A. Resource‐efficient joint fabrication by welding metal 3D‐printed parts to conventional steel: A structural integrity study. Fatigue Fract Eng Mater Struct. 2021; 1– 21. https://doi.org/10.1111/ffe.13428
18 February 2021, 12:00 CET
Online lecture: i3Dc | 3D printing: Challenges and Opportunities in Construction
In the event organized by Instituto da Construção of Porto (Portugal), I will talk about robotic steel construction, and discuss the potentials of the laser-cutting and metal 3D printing techniques in reaching resource-efficient and elegant construction products. To participate, you can register from this link of the event.