Most Recent Additions*


24 conference program - Innovative Materials & Methods for Additive Manufacturing II (IM²AM)
Daniel Schmidt, Nikhil Gupta, Eric Eastwood, Brett Compton, and Gary Gladysz


Tailor made polymeric feedstocks for additive manufacturing using polymer science principles
Mark Dadmun, Neiko Levenhagen, Austin Riggins, Kaizhong Guan, and Akan George


Comparison of HDPE manufactured via compression molding versus selective laser sintering
Joseph Torres, Matthew Dirmyer, Rachel Collino, Natasha Story, Steven Williams, Matthew DeSmith, Alex Hatmaker, Michael Blair, and Estevan Sandoval


3D-printing liquid crystal polymers to replicate the anisotropic complexity of wood
Kunal Masania, Caroline Houriet, Vinay Damodaran, and Daniël Peeters


Direct ink writing of custom UV curable rubbers with radiation absorbing particles and its challenges
Jacob Mingear, Jason Benkoski, John Bernardin, and Nick Baumann


Novel rheological measurements to understand structural stability of DIW- printed epoxy composites during thermal curing
Stian Romberg, Sarah Lehrman, Chad Snyder, Jonathan Seppala, and Anthony Kotula


Focus on some peculiar behaviors of polymers in the context of additive manufacturing processes
René Fulchiron, Clément Perrinet, Thomas Maulet, Edwin-Joffrey Courtial, Christophe Marquette, and Claire Barrès


3D and 4D printing of polypropylene having different content of copolymer
Joamin Gonzalez-Gutierrez, Mariapaola Staropoli, and Lukas Hentschel


Understanding AM feedstock recyclability using small angle X-ray scattering
Samantha Talley, Samantha J. Rinehart, and Mark Dadmun


4D printing of hybrid materials with material extrusion method
Mika Salmi, S. Siddharth Kumar, and Jan S. Akmal


Binder jet additive manufacturing of functional 4D components from NiMnGa magnetic shape memory alloy powders
C. Virgil Solomon, Matthew P. Caputo, Yash Trivedi, and Stephen Isacco


Lunar regolith as a feedstock for selective laser melting
Joris Kadok, Simon Bulou, and Patrick Choquet

*Updated as of 04/22/24.