The application of rapid prototyping in the studing of samples of filtering materials based on woven nets

  • 1 State research and production powder metallurgy association – Minsk, Republic of Belarus
  • 2 State Scientific Institution “O.V. Roman Powder Metallurgy Institute” – Minsk, Republic of Belarus
  • 3 Belarusian state agriculture technical university – Minsk, Republic of Belarus
  • 4 "3D systems" – Minsk, Republic of Belarus


In the paper consider materials for the rapid prototyping (RP) of experimental samples of filtering materials with an orthotropic structure based on woven nets (FMWN) assembled together with test-form and with using of 3D printing. RP made it possible to reduce the labor intensity of the process, primarily by eliminating the operation of sealing samples when using a traditional test form, as well as making the test form and the samples themselves. The data obtained allowed us to conclude that the use of 3D-printing is promising in further work for the manufacture of test form for studying the properties of filtering materials.



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