THE CREEP OF MATERIAL OBTAINED USING SLS TECHNOLOGY

  • 1Kielce University of Technology, Faculty of Mechatronics and Mechanical Engineering, Department of Mechanical Technology and Metrology, Kielce, PL

Abstract

This paper discusses the results of the creep of material obtained with the use of the SLS additive technology. The author described the creep test, and a selected rheological model was adjusted to the creeping curve obtained in an experiment way. The parameter values of the rheological model were estimated. The anisotropy of the rheological properties of the material with regard to the print direction was determined.

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