Fused deposition modelling (FDM) is one of the commonly used additive manufacturing (AM) technologies. In commercial FDM setup a plastic material based filament (usually of ABS) is unwound from a coil to produce functional/non-functional prototypes. The application domain of FDM is limited presently, because of selective material availability in commercial market as regards to the wear of functional prototypes is concerned. In order to enhance the application domain of commercial FDM setup, an effort has been made to develop new polymer composite (with hybrid reinforcement) wire of Nylon6-SiC-Al2O3 with enhanced wear resistant properties. In this research work experimental investigations has been carried out for optimizing wear properties of Nylon6-SiC-Al2O3 based feed stock filament of FDM. Further mathematical model for above mentioned property has been developed and counter verified as a case study.

On the wear properties of Nylon6-SiC-Al2O3 based fused deposition modelling feed stock filament

AMENDOLA, ADA;FRATERNALI, Fernando
2017

Abstract

Fused deposition modelling (FDM) is one of the commonly used additive manufacturing (AM) technologies. In commercial FDM setup a plastic material based filament (usually of ABS) is unwound from a coil to produce functional/non-functional prototypes. The application domain of FDM is limited presently, because of selective material availability in commercial market as regards to the wear of functional prototypes is concerned. In order to enhance the application domain of commercial FDM setup, an effort has been made to develop new polymer composite (with hybrid reinforcement) wire of Nylon6-SiC-Al2O3 with enhanced wear resistant properties. In this research work experimental investigations has been carried out for optimizing wear properties of Nylon6-SiC-Al2O3 based feed stock filament of FDM. Further mathematical model for above mentioned property has been developed and counter verified as a case study.
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