Investigation of Low-Cost FDM-Printed Polymers for Elevated-Temperature Applications

J.L. Storck, G. Ehrmann, U. Güth, J. Uthoff, S.V. Homburg, T. Blachowicz, A. Ehrmann, Polymers 14 (2022).

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Storck, Jan LukasFH Bielefeld; Ehrmann, Guido; Güth, Uwe; Uthoff, Jana; Homburg, Sarah VanessaFH Bielefeld; Blachowicz, Tomasz; Ehrmann, AndreaFH Bielefeld
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While fused deposition modeling (FDM) and other relatively inexpensive 3D printing methods are nowadays used in many applications, the possible areas of using FDM-printed objects are still limited due to mechanical and thermal constraints. Applications for space, e.g., for microsatellites, are restricted by the usually insufficient heat resistance of the typical FDM printing materials. Printing high-temperature polymers, on the other hand, necessitates special FDM printers, which are not always available. Here, we show investigations of common polymers, processible on low-cost FDM printers, under elevated temperatures of up to 160 °C for single treatments. The polymers with the highest dimensional stability and mechanical properties after different temperature treatments were periodically heat-treated between -40 °C and +80 °C in cycles of 90 min, similar to the temperature cycles a microsatellite in the low Earth orbit (LEO) experiences. While none of the materials under investigation fully maintains its dimensions and mechanical properties, filled poly(lactic acid) (PLA) filaments were found most suitable for applications under these thermal conditions.
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Polymers
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2826
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Storck, Jan Lukas ; Ehrmann, Guido ; Güth, Uwe ; Uthoff, Jana ; Homburg, Sarah Vanessa ; Blachowicz, Tomasz ; Ehrmann, Andrea: Investigation of Low-Cost FDM-Printed Polymers for Elevated-Temperature Applications. In: Polymers Bd. 14, MDPI AG (2022), Nr. 14
Storck JL, Ehrmann G, Güth U, et al. Investigation of Low-Cost FDM-Printed Polymers for Elevated-Temperature Applications. Polymers. 2022;14(14). doi:10.3390/polym14142826
Storck, J. L., Ehrmann, G., Güth, U., Uthoff, J., Homburg, S. V., Blachowicz, T., & Ehrmann, A. (2022). Investigation of Low-Cost FDM-Printed Polymers for Elevated-Temperature Applications. Polymers, 14(14). https://doi.org/10.3390/polym14142826
@article{Storck_Ehrmann_Güth_Uthoff_Homburg_Blachowicz_Ehrmann_2022, title={Investigation of Low-Cost FDM-Printed Polymers for Elevated-Temperature Applications}, volume={14}, DOI={10.3390/polym14142826}, number={142826}, journal={Polymers}, publisher={MDPI AG}, author={Storck, Jan Lukas and Ehrmann, Guido and Güth, Uwe and Uthoff, Jana and Homburg, Sarah Vanessa and Blachowicz, Tomasz and Ehrmann, Andrea}, year={2022} }
Storck, Jan Lukas, Guido Ehrmann, Uwe Güth, Jana Uthoff, Sarah Vanessa Homburg, Tomasz Blachowicz, and Andrea Ehrmann. “Investigation of Low-Cost FDM-Printed Polymers for Elevated-Temperature Applications.” Polymers 14, no. 14 (2022). https://doi.org/10.3390/polym14142826.
J. L. Storck et al., “Investigation of Low-Cost FDM-Printed Polymers for Elevated-Temperature Applications,” Polymers, vol. 14, no. 14, 2022.
Storck, Jan Lukas, et al. “Investigation of Low-Cost FDM-Printed Polymers for Elevated-Temperature Applications.” Polymers, vol. 14, no. 14, 2826, MDPI AG, 2022, doi:10.3390/polym14142826.
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