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UTM Testing and Comparison of Mechanical Properties of Composite Material Specimens Manufactured using Fused Deposition Modeling

Rutwik R. Dehade, Kevin M. Bhajiwala, Kevin M. Bhajiwala, Harsh Y. Asmaniwala, Harsh Y. Asmaniwala, Shailesh D. Chaudhari, Shailesh D. Chaudhari, Parth P. Lakdiwala, Parth P. Lakdiwala, Vijay Radadiya, Vijay Radadiya, Brijesh Ghadiya, Brijesh Ghadiya


3D printing has become a popular way for prototyping of components instead of conventional methods due to quickly results obtained and a variety in properties of process possible. In this paper our aim is to elaborate on differences between strength and other Mechanical properties of abs plastic, carbon fiber + abs and glass fiber + abs filament for additive manufacturing. For this procedure for this research filament has been acquired from robokits India private limited and samples have been printed using Pratham 3.0 by


3D printing, ABS, carbon fiber + ABS, glass fiber + ABS, tensile properties

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