Aligning molecular and structural dynamics in additive manufacturing of thermoplastics (VIDEO)

Jules Harings

by Jules Harings, Maastricht University, Aachen Maastricht Institute for Biobased Materials Additive manufacturing is a technology that develops rapidly as a niche within the field of discrete manufacturing. Unique products of high added value rely on customisation and nearly endless design flexibility and are progressively introduced in automotive, aerospace, art and medical industry.

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Aligning molecular and structural dynamics in additive manufacturing of thermoplastics; towards enhanced weld mechanics and geometrical stability

jules harings

by Jules Harings, Maastricht University, Aachen Maastricht Institute for Biobased Materials

Additive manufacturing is a technology that develops rapidly as a niche within the field of discrete manufacturing. Unique products of high added value rely on customisation and nearly endless design flexibility and are progressively introduced in automotive, aerospace, art and medical industiesy. Nevertheless, despite successes with metals and living materials, a mismatch in product quality and expectations has been the Achilles’ heel in the mass adoption of thermoplastics in 3D printing, especially in fused deposition modelling (FDM).

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Jules Harings presents “Polymer science in additive manufacturing” at 3D Printing Materials Conference

Jules Harings speaks at the 3D Printing Materials Conference. Title of his presentation: “Polymer science in additive manufacturing; The inevitable need of a 4th dimension”. Jules is Assistent Professor Macromolecular Physics & Technology at Maastricht University.  Continue reading “Jules Harings presents “Polymer science in additive manufacturing” at 3D Printing Materials Conference”