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Paper Title: FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS OF THE 3D PRINTED COMPONENT HAVING DIFFERENT ORIENTATION DEPOSITION
Authors Name: Yogesh Yadav , Anurag Mishra
Unique Id: IJRTI1707018
Published In: Volume 2 Issue 7, July-2017
Abstract: Fused deposition modeling (FDM) is the most widely used technique of 3D printing, here in this analysis the product is manufactured on the concept of additive manufacturing. In the FDM process the product is manufactured through layer by layer manufacturing process. Different parameters where analyzed in order to obtain the manufacturing process, surface finishing, and strength of the component. As 3D printed components are widely used for different purpose, it is very important that the strength of the printed component should be high so that it can perform the desirable work. As researchers have already given that the material deposition orientation during the manufacturing of the component is important regarding the strength of the component. So in order to find out the effect of material deposition on the strength of the component, here it has considered the five different orientations that are 0^0,〖30〗^0,〖45〗^0,〖60〗^0,〖90〗^0 to build the specimen of three different materials. Here in this analysis first it considers the specimen manufactured with the single orientation. Three different materials that is PLA, ABS and Nylon materials where used to manufacture specimen having different orientation, with these material analysis where performed and the maximum ultimate tensile strength were find out and predict which orientation is better for a particular material in order to increase the strength of the component. In the second section it has analysis the effect of different combination of the orientation. Here different combination of orientation is used to manufacture single specimen. Here it has considered the three different cases first is (0,30,90)degree, second is (0,45,90)degree and the last one is (0,60,90)degree using all these cases it has manufactured the different specimen for all three materials. With the help of this analysis it can find the optimal combination of orientation for different material
Keywords: Additive manufacturing, PLA , ABS, Ultimate Strength, Laminate theory, finite element method
Cite Article: "FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS OF THE 3D PRINTED COMPONENT HAVING DIFFERENT ORIENTATION DEPOSITION ", International Journal of Science & Engineering Development Research (www.ijrti.org), ISSN:2455-2631, Vol.2, Issue 7, page no.104 - 114, July-2017, Available :http://www.ijrti.org/papers/IJRTI1707018.pdf
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Published In: Volume 2 Issue 7, July-2017
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