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Schmieden, D.T. (author)
In this study, a method for the bacterial production of a nacre-mimicking composite material was developed. Nacre (mother-of-pearl) is an organic-inorganic composite found in the inner lining of many mollusk shells and in pearls. It has a brick-and-mortar structure consisting of 95% aragonite (calcium carbonate) platelets and 5% organic matrix....
doctoral thesis 2019
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Xu, Y. (author), Zhang, H. (author), Šavija, B. (author), Chaves Figueiredo, S. (author), Schlangen, E. (author)
A method is presented to model deformation and fracture behavior of 3D printed disordered lattice materials under uniaxial tensile load. A lattice model was used to predict crack pattern and load-displacement response of the printed lattice materials. To include the influence of typical layered structures of 3D printed materials in the...
journal article 2019
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Chaves Figueiredo, S. (author), Romero Rodriguez, C. (author), Ahmed, Zeeshan Y. (author), Bos, D. H. (author), Xu, Y. (author), Salet, Theo (author), Copuroglu, Oguzhan (author), Schlangen, E. (author), Bos, Freek P. (author)
New additive manufacturing methods for cementitious materials hold a high potential to increase automation in the construction industry. However, these methods require new materials to be developed that meet performance requirements related to specific characteristics of the manufacturing process. The appropriate characterization methods of...
journal article 2019
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Chaves Figueiredo, S. (author), Copuroglu, Oguzhan (author), Schlangen, E. (author)
Significant attention has been given to the development of new materials and techniques to be employed in the construction market. One of the techniques which has drawn noticeable attention is the additive manufacturing process (a.k.a. 3-dimensional printing (3D printing)). One of the approaches of this construction technique is the extrusion of...
journal article 2019
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Abbel, Robert (author), Galagan, Yulia (author), Groen, W.A. (author)
The production of electronic devices using solution based (“wet”) deposition technologies has some decisive technical and commercial advantages compared to competing approaches like vacuum based (“dry”) manufacturing. Particularly, the potential to scale up production processes to large areas and high volumes by introducing continuous roll-to...
review 2018
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Bekker, A.C.M. (author), Verlinden, J.C. (author)
Wire and Arc Additive Manufacturing (WAAM) is a metal 3D printing technique based on robotic welding. This technique yields potential in decreasing material consumption due to its high material efficiency and freedom of shape. Empirical measurements of WAAM, using a deposition rate of 1 kg/h, were performed on site of MX3D. The measured power...
journal article 2018
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Boon, C.W. (author), van Wee, G.P. (author)
Consumer 3D printing is on the rise and has the potential to significantly change the transport and logistics sector. Current literature on 3D printing and transport studies does not provide a systematic model of the impact of 3D printing on transport and related (policy relevant) areas, such as traffic safety, location decisions,...
journal article 2018
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Liu, Xiuping (author), Lin, Liping (author), Wu, J. (author), Wang, W. (author), Yin, Baocai (author), Wang, C.C. (author)
Wireframe models are becoming a popular option in 3D printing. Generating sparse wireframe models using classic mesh simplification methods leads to models that require a lot of support structures in the layer-upon-layer additive process. In this paper we present a mesh simplification method that takes into account the overhang angle....
journal article 2018
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Kuipers, T. (author), Elkhuizen, W.S. (author), Verlinden, J.C. (author), Doubrovski, E.L. (author)
This work presents a halftoning technique to manufacture 3D objects with the appearance of continuous grayscale imagery for Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) printers. While droplet-based dithering is a common halftoning technique, this is not applicable to FDM printing, since FDM builds up objects by extruding material in semi-continuous paths....
journal article 2018
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Wang, Weiming (author), Liu, Yong-Jin (author), Wu, J. (author), Tian, Shengjing (author), Wang, C.C. (author), Liu, Ligang (author), Liu, Xiuping (author)
Offsetting-based hollowing is a solid modeling operation widely used in 3D printing, which can change the model's physical properties and reduce the weight by generating voids inside a model. However, a hollowing operation can lead to additional supporting structures for fabrication in interior voids, which cannot be removed. As a consequence...
journal article 2018
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Sarakinioti, M.V. (author), Konstantinou, T. (author), Turrin, M. (author), Tenpierik, M.J. (author), Loonen, R.C.G.M. (author), de Klijn-Chevalerias, M.L. (author), Knaack, U. (author)
Currently, several research projects investigate Additive Manufacturing (AM) technology as possible construction method for future buildings. AM methods have some advantages over other production processes, such as great freedom of form, shape complexity, scale and material use. These characteristics are relevant for façade applications, which...
journal article 2018
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Dai, C. (author), Wang, C.C. (author), Wu, Chenming (author), Lefebre, Sylvain (author), Fang, G. (author), Liu, Yong-Jin (author)
This paper presents a new method to fabricate 3D models on a robotic printing system equipped with multi-axis motion. Materials are accumulated inside the volume along curved tool-paths so that the need of supporting structures can be tremendously reduced - if not completely abandoned - on all models. Our strategy to tackle the challenge of...
journal article 2018
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Zadpoor, A.A. (author)
Additive manufacturing (AM) (=3D printing) has emerged during the last few years as a powerful technological platform for fabrication of functional parts with unique complex geometries and superior functionalities that are next to impossible to achieve using conventional manufacturing techniques. Due to their importance in industrial...
contribution to periodical 2018
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Mirzaali Mazandarani, M. (author), Caracciolo, A. (author), Pahlavani, H. (author), Janbaz, S. (author), Vergani, L. (author), Zadpoor, A.A. (author)
Up until recently, the rational design of mechanical metamaterials has usually involved devising geometrical arrangements of micro-architectures that deliver unusual properties on the macro-scale. A less explored route to rational design is spatially distributing materials with different properties within lattice structures to achieve the...
journal article 2018
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Kommeren, Sander (author), Coenen, Michiel J.J. (author), Eggenhuisen, Tamara M. (author), Slaats, Thijs M.W.L. (author), Gorter, Harrie (author), Groen, W.A. (author)
A commonly used strategy in the fabrication of organic electronics involves the use of orthogonal solvents, i.e. the alternating use of organic solvents and water for the application of consecutive layers to prevent dissolution of previous layers. This strategy therefore requires the deposition of sequential layers with a large mismatch in...
journal article 2018
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Katerinopoulou, Dimitra (author), Zalar, Peter (author), Sweelssen, Jorgen (author), Kiriakidis, George (author), Rentrop, Corné (author), Groen, W.A. (author), Gelinck, Gerwin H. (author), van den Brand, Jeroen (author), Smits, Edsger C.P. (author)
Surfaces which can accurately distinguish spatial and temporal changes in temperature are critical for not only flow sensors, microbolometers, process control, but also future applications like electronic skins and soft robotics. Realizing such surfaces requires the deposition of thousands of thermal sensors over large areas, a task ideally...
journal article 2018
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Langelaar, M. (author)
Additive manufacturing (AM) enables the fabrication of parts of unprecedented complexity. Dedicated topology optimization approaches, that account for specific AM restrictions, are instrumental in fully exploiting this capability. In popular powder-bed-based AM processes, the critical overhang angle of downward facing surfaces limits...
journal article 2018
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Schmieden, D.T. (author), Basalo Vázquez, Samantha J. (author), Sangüesa, Héctor (author), van der Does, M. (author), Idema, T. (author), Meyer, A.S. (author)
Biofilms can grow on virtually any surface available, with impacts ranging from endangering the lives of patients to degrading unwanted water contaminants. Biofilm research is challenging due to the high degree of biofilm heterogeneity. A method for the production of standardized, reproducible, and patterned biofilm-inspired materials could...
journal article 2018
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Mostafavi, Sina (author), Bier, H.H. (author), Kemper, B.N. (author), Fischer, D.L. (author)
Considering both architectural and constructional aspects of the built environment, hybridity or multi-materiality is essential to generate functional habitable spaces. Buildings consist of subsystems that each require different and sometimes conflicting material attributes and behaviours. In this context, expanding the solution space for...
conference paper 2018
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Lehner, B. (author), Schmieden, D.T. (author), Meyer, A.S. (author)
Sustainable and personally tailored materials production is an emerging challenge to society. Living organisms can produce and pattern an extraordinarily wide range of different molecules in a sustainable way. These natural systems offer an abundant source of inspiration for the development of new environmentally friendly materials production...
journal article 2017
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