Prospects for the use of hybrid additive-subtractive production


  • V. O. Tsybulenko National Technical University of Ukraine “Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute”37, Prosp. Peremohy, Kyiv, Ukraine, 03056,
  • V. A. Pasichnyk National Technical University of Ukraine “Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute”37, Prosp. Peremohy, Kyiv, Ukraine, 03056,
  • B. S. Vorontsov National Technical University of Ukraine “Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute”37, Prosp. Peremohy, Kyiv, Ukraine, 03056



Hybrid Process Chain, Additive Manufacturing, ASHM, Cutting Processes Modeling


Additive Manufacturing technologies, increasingly used in modern manufacturing, are gaining in importance, resulting in an ever-growing market. This set of technologies makes it possible to create very complex metal parts with a complex surface and with low porosity and good mechanical properties. Additive manufacturing is widely used in such areas as the automotive industry (thanks to the rapid and almost serial production of workable prototypes from materials such as titanium, aluminum or steel), aircraft construction (the ability to create parts from aluminum or titanium according to individual projects, for example, blades with internal cooling channels), dentistry (allows you to create precision products such as rod mounts or crowns and bridges from materials such as an alloy of cobalt with chromium or titanium), healthcare (creating implants and prostheses of joints and bones from titanium allows you to create complex lattice structures). However, the multilayer manufacturing process also has certain disadvantages, such as relatively high surface roughness, low geometric accuracy, and the requirement to remove support structures after the part is printed and subsequently heat-treated. Therefore, there is a demand for post-processing methods that offer the same design flexibility as the additive Manufacturing itself. To solve this problem, a combination of additive and subtractive processing methods should be used, namely additive/subtractive hybrid manufacturing (Additive/Subtractive Hybrid Manufacturing – ASHM). However, it is necessary to pay attention to the fact that the methods for calculating technological parameters for additive manufacturing have been little studied. The thermal properties of the processed materials, which significantly depend on changes in the cutting temperature, have a significant impact on the characteristics of heat treatment. Therefore, the thermal properties used for the numerical simulation of the cutting process shall be determined depending on the cutting temperature.


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How to Cite

Tsybulenko В. О., Pasichnyk В. А., & Vorontsov Б. С. (2022). Prospects for the use of hybrid additive-subtractive production. Scientific Bulletin of Ivano-Frankivsk National Technical University of Oil and Gas, (1(52), 34–41.