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      Data on the densification during sintering of binder jet printed samples made from water- and gas-atomized alloy 625 powders

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          Binder jet printing (BJP) is a metal additive manufacturing method that manufactures parts with complex geometry by depositing powder layer-by-layer, selectively joining particles in each layer with a polymeric binder and finally curing the binder. After the printing process, the parts still in the powder bed must be sintered to achieve full densification (A. Mostafaei, Y. Behnamian, Y.L. Krimer, E.L. Stevens, J.L. Luo, M. Chmielus, 2016; A. Mostafaei, E. Stevens, E. Hughes, S. Biery, C. Hilla, M. Chmielus, 2016; A. Mostafaei, Y. Behnamian, Y.L. Krimer, E.L. Stevens, J.L. Luo, M. Chmielus, 2016) [13]. The collected data presents the characterization of the as-received gas- and water-atomized alloy 625 powders, BJP processing parameters and density of the sintered samples. The effect of sintering temperatures on the microstructure and the relative density of binder jet printed parts made from differently atomized nickel-based superalloy 625 powders are briefly compared in this paper. Detailed data can be found in the original published papers by authors in (A. Mostafaei, J. Toman, E.L. Stevens, E.T. Hughes, Y.L. Krimer, M. Chmielus, 2017) [4].

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                Journal
                Data Brief
                Data Brief
                Data in Brief
                Elsevier
                2352-3409
                28 November 2016
                February 2017
                28 November 2016
                : 10
                : 116-121
                Affiliations
                Department of Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA 15261, USA
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                [* ]Corresponding author. chmielus@ 123456pitt.edu
                Article
                S2352-3409(16)30738-7
                10.1016/j.dib.2016.11.078
                5144650
                c22bd90e-1fb0-4d05-86e5-894bcd165513
                © Published by Elsevier Inc.

                This is an open access article under the CC BY license (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/).

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