MECHANICAL PROPERTIES ASSESSMENT OF 3D PRINTED SPECIMEN AT DIFFERENT STRUCTURE ORIENTATION
Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene (ABS) is the most generally utilized thermoplastics as a part of 3D printing for making models, prototype, instruments and end-utilize parts. In any case, there is an absence of precise comprehension of the mechanical properties of 3D printed ABS parts, including structure introduction subordinate rigidity. These mechanical properties are fundamentally required for plan and utilization of 3D printed segments. The primary goal of this research is to observe a 3D printed component of different structure and determine the mechanical properties. It focuses on two main phases of the investigation of the effects of build parameters on the tensile failure of 3D printed parts. The first stage concentrated on delivering 3D printed part at a different angle and structure. The second stage consists of tests studying the effects of varying orientation and structure orientation on printed parts. The tensile test experiments that at honeycomb infill design structure had the most elevated elasticity values, 30.56 MPa and Young Modulus 2.02 GPa took after by the rectilinear and afterward the line infill pattern. The line design at a different orientation, 45° had the highest tensile test values, 31.40 MPa and Young's Modulus 2.02 GPa. It was trailed by 90° and after that 180°. In any case, the 90° orientation had higher values than the 180° orientation because of the resistance of the covering to the force that was parallel to the layer orientation.