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Testing The Mechanical Properties of Vero Family Materials by using Multijet Technology


Rajesh J , Nandha engineering college ; Eswaran S, Nandha engineering college ; Rajapandiyan R, Nandha engineering college ; Rajesh TS, Nandha engineering college ; Surya S, Nandha engineering college


Multijet Technology


With Additive Manufacturing (AM) abilities hastily increasing in commercial packages, there exists a need to quantify materials mechanical residences to ensure reliable performance this is robust to versions in surroundings and construct orientation. even as prior research has examined method-parameter and environmental effects for am procedures which include extrusion, vat photo polymerization, and powder bed fusion, current comparable studies at the cloth jetting process is restrained. Specializing in polypropylene-like and elastomeric-like substances, the authors first represent the anisotropic residences of six special gradients constituted of blending the two substances in preset portions. Three build orientations had been used to fabricate components and examine tensile pressure, modulus of elasticity, and elongation at damage for each cloth. The authors additionally present results from a research of how getting older of elements in unique lighting conditions impacts cloth houses. The effects from these experiments provide a more advantageous knowledge of the material behaviours relating to material jetting method parameters and can tell cloth choice when manufacturing load-bearing parts.

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Paper ID: IJSRDV6I120103
Published in: Volume : 6, Issue : 12
Publication Date: 01/03/2019
Page(s): 239-240

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