Author(s) Hanemann, T.; Syperek, D.; Nötzel, D.
Journal Materials (Basel)
Date Published 2020 Mar 24
Abstract

In this work, a process for the realization of new polymer matrix composites with nanosized barium ferrite (BaFeO) as ferrimagnetic filler, acryl butadiene styrene (ABS) as polymer matrix and an extrusion-based method, namely fused filament fabrication (FFF), as 3D printing method will be described comprehensively. The whole process consists of the individual steps material compounding, rheological testing, filament extrusion, 3D-printing via FFF and finally a widespread specimen characterization regarding to appearance, mechanical properties like tensile and bending behavior as well as the aspired magnetic properties. Increasing ferrite amounts up to 40 vol.% (equal 76 wt.%) cause a reduction of the ultimate stress and an increase of the magnetic polarization as well as of the energy product (BH) in comparison to the pure polymer matrix. In addition, an extensive discussion of typical printing defects and their consequences on the device properties will be undertaken.

DOI 10.3390/ma13061481
ISSN 1996-1944
Citation Materials (Basel). 2020;13(6).

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