3D prototype of limited lean suspension system

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3D printing is also known as Additive manufacturing (AM) process, where 3D objects are created by laying down into successive layer of material. In 1984, Charles Hull developed the technology of 3D printing from digital data and named the technique as Stereo lithography (STL) in 1986. In this project, create the prototype of Limited Lean Suspension System by using Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) process in which the CAD model is designed in Catia v5 software and converted to STL format. The STL format is uploaded to FDM printer and works according to the G-code generated. This prototype is to study the kinematic parameters, working principle and in future research. By using Leaning application it will improves the vehicle stability, smooth cornering and fuel efficiency.




Shiva Guru Prakash, G., & Kumar, S. A. (2019). 3D prototype of limited lean suspension system. International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering, 8(2 Special issue 3), 843–847. https://doi.org/10.35940/ijrte.B1158.0782S319

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