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How Surface Roughness Performance of Printed Parts Manufactured by Desktop FDM 3D Printer with PLA+ is Influenced by Measuring Direction

Mohammad S. Alsoufi, Abdulrhman E. Elsayed

American Journal of Mechanical Engineering. 2017, 5(5), 211-222 doi:10.12691/ajme-5-5-4
  • Figure 2. Generalized AM process steps
  • Figure 3. Proposed framework of the 0% infill density with inner and outer faces and measuring direction
  • Figure 4. FDM 3D printed part
  • Figure 5. Surface roughness @ 0° (a) height profile and (b) distribution profile
  • Figure 6. Surface roughness @ 45° (a) height profile and (b) distribution profile
  • Figure 7. Surface roughness @ 90° (a) height profile and (b) distribution profile
  • Figure 8. Surface roughness of inner faces at different angular measurement and different process parameters
  • Figure 9. Surface roughness of outer faces at different angular measurement and different process parameters
  • Figure 10. Average surface roughness of all faces at (a) 0° (b) 45° and (c) 90° angular measurement (inner faces)
  • Figure 11. Average surface roughness of all faces at (a) 0° (b) 45° and (c) 90° angular measurement (outer faces)