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A Voronoi diagram approach for detecting defects in 3D printed fiber-reinforced polymers from microscope images

In contrast to significant new advancements in automated manufacturing by 3D printing, quality assurance, and defect detection are still largely manual and ineffective. fiber-deficient regions in 3D printed FRP parts: fiber-deficient regions We include in this paper an automated method to quickly detect, from microscope photographs, one of the key defects in 3D printed FRP parts: fiber-deficient areas. Our Voronoi diagram and u03b1 shape design programs are specialized to exploit common characteristics of 3D printed FRP parts, resulting in significant cost savings.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s41095-021-0265-1


3D Print Technology Used in High Technical Education

This essay explores these topics as a must for former technical experts who teach at University's technical faculty. The challenge was to design and print in 3D model some real object, as well as a personal 3D printer and on the printer. The described technological project is a true for students of science and engineering education, but it is also beneficial to foster cross-disciplinary collaboration. Finding a realistic shape and appearance of a ruined church is particularly challenging.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-031-09382-1_23


Identification of Process Parameter Combination for Maximum Tensile Strength in 3D Printed Polylactic Acid Specimens Using Regression and ANOVA

The Poly Lactic Acid specimen that was printed using the Fused Deposition Modeling process procedure explores the effects of various inputs such as infill density, layer thickness, printing speed, and nozzle temperature on the tensile strength of the Poly Lactic Acid specimen printed using this research. The input parameters for layer height, print speed, and nozzle temperature have been shown to be more significant than other parameters. It has been reported that Tensile Strength's maximum value can be obtained at a print speed of 50 mm/s, layer thickness of 0. 2 mm, infill density of 100 percent, and nozzle temperature of 220 ^2̆218C 2206 C.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-19-1618-2_21


Interlaminar Shear Strength of 3D Printed PLA Material

3D printing is widely used in academic research and applications related to engineering, from aerospace engineering to biomedicine. Printed deposition modelling is the most common 3D printing method that can be used for a variety of applications and can be produced in a flexible manner. PLA, which gave good results, was tested in this research to print 3D products.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-19-4606-6_70


Restitution Coefficient Determination of 3D Printed Materials

The ball mills are used for grinding as a grinding device. The ball mills' manufacturing processes are investigated. The benefits of using 3D printed products for analysis of the separation angle and angle of incidence are discussed. Using a high-speed camera, the probability of restitution of 3D printed products is reduced in a laboratory. 3D printed spheres are used, which are then reduced to 3D printed plates. On a table, the 3D printed spheres' properties are displayed. The coefficient of restitution is determined by determining the time of the decline and the peak of the bounce.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-19-2397-5_59


Investigation on 3D Printing Parameters of PLA Polymers for Gear Applications

Additive Manufacturing technology can be used in a variety of industries, such as Fused Deposition Modeling; this technology is increasingly used in many industries. The aim of our research is to investigate various manufacturing techniques for Polylactic acid polymers for gear applications by describing the ball-on-disk and compression tests. Due to the various microstructural changes during the manufacturing process, the obtained results show that the FDM 3D printing parameters have a major effect on the wearability and load-bearing capability of the finished parts. Based on the ball-on-disc laboratory test findings, the difference between the highest and lowest average friction coefficient is estimated by 57%, while in the case of compression test findings, the difference was 46% for maximum compressive force. The new study reveals valuable advice on how to choose FDM printing parameters to obtain improved material properties of PLA polymers for gear applications.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-031-15211-5_55


On the Dynamic Virtualization of a 3D-Printed Scaled Wind Turbine Blade

Virtualization encompasses a variety of operational conditions, with the aim of designing the virtual model of a given structure and then validating and updating it in order to ensure a realistic and accurate response prediction in a variety of operating conditions. From the initial blade build to its u201cTwinu201d establishment, where we use state-of-the-art Virtual Sensing methods to develop high-fidelity modelu201d's predictions with test results, the scaled blade was the object of a complete virtualization process.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-031-04090-0_4


A Sensitivity Study of Different Actuators for the Electromechanical Impedance Method in 3D-Printed Material

Using piezo-actuators, an electromechanical impedance analysis determines the stability of structures in the frequency domain. An impact damage was also created at the center of the plate to determine the damage sensitivity of the three actuators. Although both actuator styles have demonstrated good damage tolerance and coverage, in the case of the MFC actuator, a greater sensitivity was achieved as compared to PZTs. The attested damage index findings of impedance and conductance are promising for the evaluation of AM polymer structures.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-031-07254-3_88


3D Printing Applied on Painting Canvas: A Contribution to Studies that Aim to Apply STEAM in Practice

Additive manufacturing has been praised as a technological process that fosters innovation in fields such as industry, science, fashion, and the arts in general. This paper explores STEAM techniques for artists as a primary aim. The aim of the review was to investigate the chances of the PLA polymer bonding with the textile material in order to expand the stylistic possibilities of the process.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-031-16773-7_21


Research Trends and Applications of Artificial Intelligence in 3D Printing-A Scientometric Analysis

However, various aspects of this process of choosing correct process parameters in 3d printing are affected by several variables. So, the use of artificial intelligence in 3d printing has begun to address this issue at various stages of the 3d printing process. The authors' scientometric review of artificial intelligence in 3d printing is included in this paper.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-19-2538-2_39

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