Mass optimisation of 3D-printed specimens using multivariable regression analysis Online publication date: Tue, 04-Jan-2022
by Cristian-Vasile Doicin; Mihaela-Elena Ulmeanu; Allan E.W. Rennie; Elena Lupeanu
International Journal of Rapid Manufacturing (IJRAPIDM), Vol. 10, No. 1, 2021
Abstract: Fused deposition modelling popularity is attributed to equipment affordability, materials availability and open-source software. Given the variety of optimisation combinations, process parameters can be elaborate. This paper provides methods for optimisation of mass calculation using multivariable regression analysis. Layer thickness, extrusion temperature and speed were considered independent variables for a two-level factorial experiment. DOE was used for 12 sets of programs and analysis (two stages) undertaken using Design-Expert® V11 Software. In stage-1, four models were found to be significant. Stage-2 involved redesigning the remaining eight models, iteratively increasing the number of replicates and blocks. Adequacy of models was analysed, demonstrating that: model is significant, F-value is large, p < 0.05; lack of fit is insignificant; adequate precision >4.00; residuals are well behaved; R2 is as close as possible to 1.00 or for models with multiple replicates, the adjusted R2 and predicted R2 differential <0.2. All models were validated through measured, calculated responses.
Online publication date: Tue, 04-Jan-2022
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