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Additive Manufacturing of Continuous Carbon Fiber-Reinforced Plastic Components

  • Additive manufacturing is a rapidly growing manufacturing process for which many new processes and materials are currently being developed. The biggest advantage is that almost any shape can be produced, while conventional manufacturing methods reach their limits. Furthermore, a lot of material is saved because the part is created in layers and only as much material is used as necessary. InAdditive manufacturing is a rapidly growing manufacturing process for which many new processes and materials are currently being developed. The biggest advantage is that almost any shape can be produced, while conventional manufacturing methods reach their limits. Furthermore, a lot of material is saved because the part is created in layers and only as much material is used as necessary. In contrast, in the case of machining processes, it is not uncommon for more than half of the material to be removed and disposed of. Recently, new additive manufacturing processes have been on the market that enables the manufacturing of components using the FDM process with fiber reinforcement. This opens up new possibilities for optimizing components in terms of their strength and at the same time increasing sustainability by reducing materials consumption and waste. Within the scope of this work, different types of test specimens are to be designed, manufactured and examined. The test specimens are tensile specimens, which are used both for standardized tensile tests and for examining a practical component from automotive engineering used in student project. This project is a vehicle designed to compete in the Shell Eco-marathon, one of the world’s largest energy efficiency competitions. The aim is to design a vehicle that covers a certain distance with as little fuel as possible. Accordingly, it is desirable to manufacture the components with the lowest possible weight, while still ensuring the required rigidity. To achieve this, the use of fiber-reinforced 3D-printed parts is particularly suitable due to the high rigidity. In particular, the joining technology for connecting conventionally and additively manufactured components is developed. As a result, the economic efficiency was assessed, and guidelines for the design of components and joining elements were created. In addition, it could be shown that the additive manufacturing of the component could be implemented faster and more sustainably than the previous conventional manufacturing.show moreshow less

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Author:Stefan JunkORCiDGND, Manuel DornerGND, Claus FleigGND
Editor:Steffen G. Scholz, Robert J. Howlett, Rossi Setchi
Publisher:Springer, Singapore
Year of Publication:2020
ISBN:978-981-15-8130-4 (Print)
ISBN:978-981-15-8131-1 (Online)
Language:English
Parent Title (French):Sustainable Design and Manufacturing 2020
Volume:Smart Innovation, Systems and Technologies 200
ISSN:2190-3018 (Print)
ISSN:2190-3026 (Online)
First Page:149
Last Page:159
Document Type:Article (reviewed)
Institutes:Bibliografie
Open Access:Zugriffsbeschränkt
Release Date:2021/01/13
Licence (German):License LogoEs gilt das UrhG
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Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Sustainable Design and Manufacturing (KES-SDM 2020)
DOI:https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-15-8131-1_14