Eunji Hong, Bok Y. Ahn, Daisuke Shoji, Jennifer A. Lewis and David C. Dunand Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of Reticulated Titanium Scrolls Advanced Engineering Materials 13
Titanium scrolls are produced by direct writing a flexible mesh, composed of two orthogonal arrays of TiH2-based ink filaments (250µm in diameter), followed by rolling into scrolls. Heating to 1050°C results in decomposition of the hydride and partial sintering of Ti, yielding three-dimensional reticulated titanium scrolls. This approach provides a low-cost, versatile, and scalable route for fabricating metallic scrolls with tailored filament and pore geometries.
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