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Manufacturing of a Magnetic Composite Flexible Filament and Optimization of a 3D Printed Wideband Electromagnetic Multilayer Absorber in X-Ku Frequency Bands

With the increase of electronic components in our daily lives, there is a demand for highly tuned wideband electromagnetic absorbers that could be used on any of the surface-like antennas for interference attenuation or military vehicles for stealth applications. In the X-Ku frequency bands, a wideband flexible flat electromagnetic absorber compatible with additive manufacturing has been tested. Hence, the development of dedicated materials has shown the strong promise of additive technologies for the manufacture of thin wideband flexible EM absorbers.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/ma15093320


INFLUENCE OF SLICER SOFTWARE USED WITH 3D PRINTING FILAMENT EXTRUSION TECHNOLOGY ON PROPERTIES OF PRINTED PARTS WITH SHORT FIBER REINFORCED THERMOPLASTIC COMPOSITE

3D printing with filament extrusion technology is a process in which the thermoplastic molten material is gradually added layer by layer on a construction platform, resulting in layer by layer. 3D printers print instructions with a slicer program that converts 3D digital models into printing instructions. The printer extruder will travel the path for each layer, which may determine whether a part is made correctly or not. If the slicer software used in extrusion 3D printing of short glass fiber reinforced thermoplastic with a view to industrial use of the 3D printing, the study has sought to determine the final results obtained in the printed parts, with a view to industry introduction of the 3D printer. A 2. 85 mm diameter filament of 30% short glass fiber reinforced polyamide 6 was used to produce the additive material. The additive material used was a 2. 85 mm diameter filament of 30% short glass fiber reinforced polyamide 6.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.6036/10285


Systematic evaluations of melt-extruded filament for fused deposition modeling-mediated 3D printing

Aim: The key issue in the conversion of fused deposition modeling into a scalable technology is the lack of well-defined quality benchmarks for validating filament performance. Conclusion & Conclusion: The results from the above mentioned experiments as well as microscopic examinations pointed to the superiority of 6. 5% plasticizer-loaded drug-polymer filaments in terms of mechanical requirements such as feedability, extrudability, and printingability, as well as complete molecular homogenization.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.2217/3dp-2021-0031


Fused Filament Fabrication 3D Printing: Quantification of Exposure to Airborne Particles

Fused Filament Fabrication was developed as a widely used Additive Manufacturing process, employing a variety of thermoplastic filaments. Carbon fibre additives increase the material's mechanical properties by increasing the materials' mechanical properties. A comprehensive exposure assessment survey methodology is presented for a workplace using FFF 3D printing in various designs and using different materials and CF-reinforced thermoplastics throughout this assignment. To determine the airborne particle exposure potential of each process setup, portable exposure assessment devices are used, based on an established protocol. For workplaces that use FFF 3D printing, the establishment of a flexible safety system is crucial.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/jcs6050119

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