Flexural properties and failure mechanism assessment for additive manufactured lom bars on different building orientations
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Plastic Laminated Object Manufacturing has not been assessed from the flexural properties point of view. The deflection range in parts manufactured by this technique is wider than in parts fabricated by other additive manufacturing methods like SLS or FDM. This fact has increased the interest on the final application of these parts rather than restricted to Rapid Prototyping applications. In this study it will be compared the impact of building orientation and geometric features of parts over the flexural properties. Through optical observation it will be studied the failure mechanism.
CitationOlivier, D. [et al.]. Flexural properties and failure mechanism assessment for additive manufactured lom bars on different building orientations. A: Conference, in Conjunction with EQUIPLAST. "Society of Plastics Engineers - EUROTEC 2011 Conference Proceedings". 2011, p. 1-5.
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