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Additively Manufactured Component Substantiation
- Aerospace Standard
Published October 31, 2019 by SAE International in United States
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This AIR is applicable to components fabricated using additive manufacturing (AM) processes. The discussion is generic with respect to specific additive processes as much as possible. Each additive process has unique considerations that should be addressed in any effort to substantiate additively manufactured components, This specification is written for metallics but conceptually could be applied to non-metallics.
This Aerospace Information Report (AIR) was prepared in order to provide users with an overview of the scope of tasks and requirements associated with substantiating additively manufactured components. This document is informational only and not formal guidance.
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