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PROCESSING AND MATERIALS EFFICIENCY IN FUSED DEPOSITION MODELING: A COMPARATIVE STUDY ON PARTS MAKING USING ABS AND PLA POLYMERS

Tanoto, Yopi Yusuf and Anggono, Juliana and Budiman , Wesley (2017) PROCESSING AND MATERIALS EFFICIENCY IN FUSED DEPOSITION MODELING: A COMPARATIVE STUDY ON PARTS MAKING USING ABS AND PLA POLYMERS. [UNSPECIFIED]

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        Abstract

        There are alot of materials available on market to make a 3D printing part, shuch as ABS, PLA, HIPS, PETG and others. On 3D printing product there are some responses that could be observeb. Some of responses are processing time, mechanical properties dimension accuracy and others. This research is conducted to compare the ABS and PLA efficiency on fused deposition modeling process. Processing time and material consumption are the factor that used in this research to compare the eficiency between ABS and PLA. Processing time, and material consumption were the responses that were measured. The study reports that both of processing time and material consumption using ABS as a printing material was found more efficient compared with using PLA. Printing process using ABS was 2661 seconds, which was faster than using the PLA was 2808 seconds. For the material consumption, show that the average mass of ABS was 7,33 grams compared with using PLA was 8,17 grams. The estimated value of the Axon is always greater than the value of the time recording process and measurement of the mass printing result.

        Item Type: UNSPECIFIED
        Uncontrolled Keywords: fused deposition modelling, ABS, PLA.
        Subjects: T Technology > TJ Mechanical engineering and machinery
        T Technology > TS Manufactures
        Divisions: Faculty of Industrial Technology > Mechanical Engineering Department
        Depositing User: Admin
        Date Deposited: 19 Dec 2017 21:27
        Last Modified: 16 Jul 2019 06:41
        URI: http://repository.petra.ac.id/id/eprint/17706

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