Volume 20 No 22 (2022)
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Md Meraj Danish,Dr. Shobhit Srivastava,Dr. Rajeev Kumar Upadhyay
SLS (selective laser sintering) is a powder-based#rapid prototyping (RP) technique that involves selective sintering of powder layers using a CO2#laser. SLS is becoming more popular by way of a quick manufacturing technology for producing functional components in small numbers, especially in aerospace and rapid tooling. As a result, SLS prototypes must be extremely accurate in order to meet functional requirements. This research study demonstrates an effective strategy for determining the ideal SLS processing parameter in order to produce components with improved component integrity and lower overall costs. In this article, the factorial technique was used to create three input parameters for creating work components using the SLS process: layer thickness, orientation, and porosity(artificial porosity as honeycomb assembly). CL 20ES is the material that has been utilised (stainless steel-316). After creating work components, output metrics such as ultimate tensile strength (UTS), hardness, yield strength, elongation, and weight were used to test them. An study was conducted in order to determine the best parameter values for improved output
Layer thickness; Rapid Prototyping; Honeycomb Structure; processing parameters
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