In this book, fused deposition modeling (FDM) is described with focus on product quality control and enhancement. The book begins ...
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In this book, fused deposition modeling (FDM) is described with focus on product quality control and enhancement. The book begins by introducing the basics of FDM and its associated process parameters. Then, strategies for quality control and enhancement are described using case studies of both original results by the authors and from published literature. Resolution and print orientation, multi-objective optimizations and surface engineering are identified and discussed as the strategies for enhancing the quality of FDM products in this book.
Provides insights into enhancement of quality of 3D printed products for better functionality Shows how to improve the quality of the products Illustrates the use of optimization techniques and processes to enhance the product quality of FDM Autorentext Fredrick Madaraka MwemaDr FM Mwema is a lecturer and a postdoctoral research fellow at the departments of mechanical engineering at Dedan Kimathi University of Technology, Kenya and University of Johannesburg, South Africa respectively. His research interest is the field of manufacturing and materials, specifically in surface engineering and coating technologies, severe plastic deformation, advanced materials and characterizations. He has extensively worked on thin film preparation through RF magnetron sputtering and published his works in several peer reviewed journals, book chapters and conferences. He has over 45 publications. He also has interest in additive manufacturing technologies including laser based manufacturing and fused deposition modeling. He is currently supervising 3 masters and 2 PhD students on additive manufacturing, surface engineering and advanced recycling of polymer-based composites for green building technologies. **Esther Titilayo Akinlabi Professor Esther Akinlabi is a Full Professor at the Department of Mechanical Engineering Science, Faculty of Engineering and the Built Environment, University of Johannesburg. Her research interest is in the field of modern and advanced manufacturing processes - Friction stir welding and additive manufacturing. Her research in the field of laser based additive manufacturing include laser material processing and surface engineering. She also conducts research in the field of renewable energy, and biogas production from waste. She is a rated National Research Foundation (NRF) researcher and has demonstrated excellence in all fields of endeavors. Her mentorship and research experience are enviable as she guides her team of postgraduate students through the research journey. She is a recipient of several research grants and has received many awards of recognition to her credit. She is a member of the prestigious South African Young Academy of Science and registered with the Engineering Council of South Africa. Prof Akinlabi has filed two patents, edited one book, published four books and authored/co-authored over 250 peer reviewed publications. Inhalt Chapter 1 Basics of fused deposition modeling (FDM) 1.1.Additive manufacturing 1.2.Science FDM and applications 1.3.Process parameters in FDM 1.4.Quality issues in FDM 1.5.Summary Chapter 2 Print resolution and orientation strategy 1.1.Introduction 1.2.Material and Methods 1.2.1. Design of experiments (DOEs) 1.2.2. Specimen preparations 1.3.Results and Discussions 1.4.Summary Chapter 3 Multi-objective optimization strategies 3.1. Introduction to optimization techniques 3.2. Case studies in optimization of FDM 3.2.1. Taguchi optimization 3.2.2. Response surface methodology 3.2.3. Genetic Algorithm technique 3.2.4. Artificial Neural network (ANN) 3.2.5. Other optimization techniques 3.3. Summary Chapter 4 Surface engineering strategy 4.1. Introduction 4.2. Sanding 4.3. Painting 4.4. Coating 4.4.1. Chemical vapor depositions 4.4.2. Physical vapor depositions 4.5. Summary