Polymer-Based Additive Manufacturing

Recent Developments

Jonathan E. Seppala (Redaktør) ; Anthony P. Kotula (Redaktør) ; Chad R. Snyder (Redaktør)

Polymer-based additive manufacturing has tremendous potential for generating complex and customizable products using 3D printing. This work focuses on novel research to address practical challenges in the implementation and optimization of these processes. Les mer
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Polymer-based additive manufacturing has tremendous potential for generating complex and customizable products using 3D printing. This work focuses on novel research to address practical challenges in the implementation and optimization of these processes. With sections focused on materials, methods, models, and applications, scientists in academia, industry, and government will find this volume useful.

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Preface

Chapter 1. Polymer Additive Manufacturing: Confronting Complexity Anthony Kotula, Jonathan Seppala, and Chad Snyder

Chapter 2. Polymer Powder Bed Fusion Additive Manufacturing: Recent Developments in Materials, Processes, and Applications Erich D. Bain

Chapter 3. Recycled Polymer Feedstocks for Material Extrusion Additive Manufacturing Nicole E. Zander

Chapter 4. 3D Printing and Evaluation of Novel Nanographene-Containing ABS Thermoplastics Robert A. Bubeck, Michael Most, and Tracy Zhang

Chapter 5. Modeling the Extrusion-Based Additive Manufacturing Process Eric L. Gilmer, Craig Mansfield, John M. Gardner, Emilie J. Siochi, Donald G. Baird, andMichael J. Bortner

Chapter 6. Combining Modeling and Measurements To Predict Crystal Morphology in Material Extrusion Claire McIlroy, Jonathan E. Seppala, and Anthony P. Kotula

Chapter 7. Thermal Modeling of Material Extrusion Additive Manufacturing Masoumeh Pourali and Amy M. Peterson

Chapter 8. In Situ Digital Image Analysis in Direct Ink Writing Leanne Friedrich and Matthew Begley

Chapter 9. Fabrication of Functional Nanophotonic Devices via Multiphoton Polymerization Rashi Sharma, Stephen M. Kuebler, Christopher N. Grabill, Jennefir L. Digaum, Nicholas R. Kosan, Alexander R. Cockerham, Noel Martinez, and Raymond C. Rumpf

Editors' Biographies
Author Index
Subject Index

Om forfatteren

Jonathan E. Seppala (Ph.D., Michigan State University) is currently a chemical engineer in the Materials Science and Engineering Division (MSED) at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) in Gaithersburg, MD. Joining NIST in 2012, he has worked on projects involving polymer additive manufacturing, ballistic witness materials, rheology, dynamic mechanical analysis, neutron and x-ray scattering and imaging, and in-situ
characterization of polymer processes. He received a distinguished paper award from the Adhesion Society in 2014 and has been an ACS member for 6 years.

Chad R. Snyder (Ph.D., Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University) is currently a research chemist in the Materials Science and Engineering Division (MSED) at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) in Gaithersburg, MD. Since 1996, he has worked at NIST on projects involving semiconducting polymers, polymers at interfaces, liquid state theory, calorimetry, dielectric relaxation spectroscopy, and polymer crystallization. Snyder has been an ACS member
for 26 years and has served as a Technical Programming co-chair for the ACS Polymeric Materials: Science and Engineering Division since 2016. He has been awarded the U.S. Department of Commerce Gold (2007) and Bronze (2009) medals.

Anthony Kotula (Ph.D., Carnegie Mellon University) is a chemical engineer in the Materials Science and Engineering Division (MSED) at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) in Gaithersburg, MD. He has worked at NIST since 2014 with a focus on in-line characterization of semicrystalline polymers in processing flows and simultaneous rheology and vibrational spectroscopy techniques. He was awarded a National Research Council Postdoctoral Fellowship (2014) and
has received accolades for the development of the rheo-Raman microscope and process line Raman spectroscopy strategies for Additive Manufacturing from the World Materials Research Institute Forum (2018). He has been an ACS member for 4 years.