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Approach to Defining the Maximum Filler Packing Volume Fraction in Laser Sintering on the Example of Aluminum-Filled Polyamide 12
Laser sintering is one of the most popular additive manufacturing techniques that uses thermoplastic polymer powders to generate layer-by-layer complex structures. Despite its broad application, some limitations exist restricting its further development. One such restriction is a narrow assortment of commercially available materials that would allow the production of the parts with the desired mechanical characteristics, which is the case with the widely used Polyamide 12 (PA12). Reinforcementdoi:10.26153/tsw/17333 fatcat:r2ntdktcvzebpcosjop22neobi