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FEA of Additively Manufactured Components by Fused Deposition Modelling – A Review
Chaitanya Patil,
Published in IJTRE
Volume: 7.0
Issue: 4.0
Pages: 6409.0 - 6413.0
Additive manufacturing is an evolving technique used to produce complex products that are difficult to manufacture. Fused deposition modeling is a layer-by-layer production technique commonly used in industrial applications for rapid prototyping in product design and development. With the use of additive manufacturing technology, production of complex products is easily possible. Mass production of different types of products can be possible by the usage of additive manufacturing to achieve lead time and increase the production rate. Additive manufacturing has a wide range of applications, including automotive parts, in the aerospace industry and in the biomedical industry. Additive manufacturing is capable of improving and modifying the properties of materials by using reinforcement. The layer by layer of material deposition is an additive manufacturing process. It also helps to accommodate complex design, reduce waste of material and restore damaged parts of higher demands. The layer by layer production differs from traditional production and can have a major impact on material properties, which mainly affects material simulation modeling.
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