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Paper Title
Effect of Process Parameters on Strength of Fused Deposition Modelling
Additive Manufacturing (AM) technologies have been emerged as a fabricationmethod to obtain engineering components within a short span of time. Desktop 3D printing, also referred as additive layer manufacturing technology is one of the powerful method of rapid prototyping (RP) technique that fabricates three dimensional engineering components. In this method, 3D digital CAD data is converted directly to a product. In the present investigation, ABS + hydrous magnesium silicate composite was considered as the starting material. Mechanical properties of ABS + hydrous magnesium silicate composite material were evaluated. ASTM D638 and ASTM D760 standards were followed for carrying out tensile and flexural tests, respectively. Samples with different layer thickness and printing speed were prepared. Based on the experimental results, it is suggested that low printing speed, and low layer thickness has resulted maximum tensile and flexural strength, as compared to all the other process parameters samples.
FDM; Additive Manufacturing;Rapid prototype; 3D printing; Tensile Strength; Flexural Strength; Mechanical Properties
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Paper Id : 31640
Author Name : Akshay Shrishrimal
Co-Author Name(s) : Pranav PatilPrathamesh Patil
Volume/Issue No : Volume 05 Issue 02
Page No : 38-44
DOI Number : DOI:10.21090/IJAERD.31640
Publication Date : 2018-02-07
License : This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.
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Impact Factor : 4.72, SJIF-2016
ISSN Details : eISSN: 2348-4470, pISSN:2348-6406