Nanomaterials For Manufacturing of Functional Prototypes By Additive Manufacturing: A State of The Art Review And Future Research Prospective

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Volume-69 Issue-1
Year of Publication : 2021
Authors : Ranvijay Kumar
DOI :  10.14445/22315381/IJETT-V69I1P216


MLA Style: Ranvijay Kumar. "Nanomaterials For Manufacturing of Functional Prototypes By Additive Manufacturing: A State of The Art Review And Future Research Prospective" International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology 69.1(2021):104-110. 

APA Style:Ranvijay Kumar. Nanomaterials For Manufacturing of Functional Prototypes By Additive Manufacturing: A State of The Art Review And Future Research Prospective  International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology, 69(1), 104-110.

Additive manufacturing has considered as one of the advanced manufacturing processes for the manufacturing of highly sustainable functional prototypes. The previous studies have been reported to manufacture different polymers, metals, alloys, and composite materials, which have been shown a wide range of applicability. Also, the use of conventional materials and processes restrict the broad applicability. Nanomaterials are the class of engineering materials that can provide functionality in the products manufactured by additive manufacturing. The previous studies have reported nanomaterials for the manufacturing of sustainable products with a range of functionalities, e.g., sensing abilities, high mechanical performance, toughness, melting behavior, etc. The present study is a state of the art review for nanomaterials in the additive manufacturing process for future applications.

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Additive Manufacturing, Nanomaterials, Fillers, Fused Filament Fabrication, Sensor Materials, Functional Prototypes, Innovation