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Study of Optimal Process Conditions of 3D Porous Polymer Printing for Personal Safety Products
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Study of Optimal Process Conditions of 3D Porous Polymer Printing for Personal Safety Products
Yoo, Chan-Ju; Kim, Hyesu; Park, Jun-Han; Yun, Dan-Hee; Shin, Jong-Kuk; Shin, Bo-Sung;
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 Abstract
In this paper, a fundamental experiment regarding the formation of porous 3D structures for personal safety products using 3D PPP (Porous Polymer Printing) was introduced for the first time. The filament was manufactured by mixing PP (Polypropylene) and CBA (Chemical Blowing Agent) with polymer extruder, and the diameter of the filament was approximately 1.75mm. The proposed 3D PPP method, combined with the conventional FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling) procedure, was influenced by process parameters, such as the nozzle temperature, printing speed and CBA density. In order to verify the best processing conditions, the depositing parameters were experimentally investigated for the porous polymer structure. These results provide parameters under which to form a multiple of 3D porous polymer structures, as well as various other 3D structures, and help to improve the mechanical shock absorption for personal safety products.
 Keywords
Personal safety;3D porous polymer printing;Chemical blowing agent;Micro-Porous structure;
 Language
Korean
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