Multi-Layered ABS Scaffold Fabrication via Fused Deposition Modelling (FDM) 3D Printing


A. Nurulhuda,S.H.S.N. Aqmaliah,R. Ali,S. Yacob,



POM Materials,Thermo-Mechanical,Plastic Degradation,Gear Geometries,Injection Plastic Gear,


The fabrication of scaffold structures for tissue engineering is extremely difficult due to requirement on porosity behavior and mechanical properties stability. This paper presents the oversights effect on the mechanical properties of multilayered ABS scaffold via FDM 3D printing due to different geometries parameter. Tensile testing methods with reference were used to examine the mechanical strength properties of 3D printed scaffold while ANOVA analysis study was used to judge the correlation and significant effect of setting parameter to the mechanical performance behavior of scaffold.


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