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    • Current progress of 4D-printing technology 

      Subeshan, Balakrishnan; Baddam, Yeshaswini; Asmatulu, Eylem (Springer Nature, 2021-04-14)
      The combination of smart materials to print a three-dimensional (3D) product has primarily driven the development of innovative technology, or four-dimensional (4D) printing. 3D-printing technology seems to have provided ...
    • Effects of heat treatments and UV exposures on mechanical properties of 3D printed acrylonitrile butadiene styrene specimens 

      Hughes, Shawn M.; Alamir, Mohammed Abdullah; Neas, Brian; Alzahrani, Naif; Asmatulu, Ramazan (SPIE, 2017-04-17)
      Over the last few years, tremendous amount of research efforts has been conducted on 3D printing materials, methods and systems. Various 3D printer materials in different size, shape and geometry can be used for advanced ...
    • Evaluation of the infill design on the tensile response of 3d printed polylactic acid polymer 

      Harpool, Tanner D.; Alarifi, Ibrahim M.; Alshammari, Basheer A.; Aabid, Abdul; Baig, Muneer; Malik, Rizwan A.; Sayed, Ahmed M.; Asmatulu, Ramazan; El-Bagory, Tarek Mohamed A.Ali (MDPI, 2021-04-25)
      The current study explores the effects of geometrical shapes of the infills on the 3D printed polylactic acid (PLA) plastic on the tensile properties. For this purpose, by utilizing an accessible supply desktop printer, ...
    • Investigating compression strengths of 3D printed polymeric infill specimens of various geometries 

      Subeshan, Balakrishnan; Alonayni, Abdullah; Rahman, Muhammad M.; Asmatulu, Eylem (SPIE, 2018-03-23)
      Conventional manufacturing techniques include removing the excess materials to get the desired shapes; however, additive manufacturing include direct manufacturing of the objects using computer aided design model through ...
    • Reverse engineering of aerospace components utilizing additive manufacturing technology 

      Subeshan, Balakrishnan; Abdulaziz, Abdulaziz; Khan, Zeeshan; Uddin, Md. Nizam; Rahman, Muhammad Mustafizur; Asmatulu, Eylem (Springer, 2022-01-01)
      Using conventional manufacturing methods for product development typically involves a relatively long lead time and cost, especially for obsolete, worn-out, or broken parts. Reverse engineering is a preferred solution for ...