Additive Manufacturing

Listed below are the anticipated Technical Papers and Education Sessions for CAMX. The list below is not final and subject to change at any time. The final program schedule will be available July of 2017.

Additive Manufacturing

Advanced Materials for Thermoplastics

Development of Low Density ULTEM Nanocomposites for Fused Deposition Modeling of Thermal Protection Systems [Tech Paper]

Hao Wu, UT Austin

Effects of Infill Shapes on Mechanical Behaviors of 3D Printed Plastics [Tech Paper]

Ramazan Asmatulu, Wichita State University

Large Scale Extrusion Deposition Processes: Glass Fiber Filled Compound Development [Tech Paper]

Jacob Anderson, PPG Fiber Glass

Processing and Characterization of Flame Retardant Nylon 6 Nanocomposites made by Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM). [Tech Paper]

Hao Wu, UT Austin

Advanced Materials for Thermosets

Additive Manufacturing of High Performance Thermosetting Polymers [Tech Paper]

Hilmar Koerner, Air Force Research Laboratory

Concepts and Design Ideas for Advanced Composites

3D Printing of Resilient Thermoplastic Aircraft Ducting [Tech Paper]

Frederick Koehler, Raytheon Missile Systems

3D Printing Metal Matrix Composites with Ultrasonic Additive Manufacturing

Mark Norfolk, Fabrisonic LLC

Current Technology in Manufacturing and Materials

Present and Future of Sustainable Polymers for Additive Manufacturing [Tech Paper]

Antonio Paesano, Boeing

Process parameters Optimization

Quality Assurance of Laser-Based Additive Manufacturing Components using Process Parameters Optimization Approach [Tech Paper]

Azadeh Keshtgar, TDA, Inc.

Research Developments in Additive Manufacturing

Characterization of 3D Printed-Core Carbon Fiber-Reinforced Panels [Tech Paper]

Sirija Ananth, Oregon State University

Decreasing the Time and Cost to Qualify and Certify Additive Manufactured Parts [Tech Paper]

Hunter Macdonald, MSC Software

Direct Manufacture of Geometrically Complex Continuous Fiber Reinforced Composites through the Development of a 5-axis 3D Printing System. [Tech Paper]

Mark Bourgeois, Colorado State University

Effect of Applied Consolidation Pressure in Direct Digital Manufacture of Continuous Fiber Reinforced Composites [Tech Paper]

Patrick Rodriguez, Colorado State University:  Composite Materials, Manufacture and Structures Laboratory

High Volume Renewable Composite Opportunities for Big Area Additive Bio-Manufacturing [Tech Paper]

Soydan Ozcan, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

In-Situ Laser Control Method for Polymer SLS [Tech Paper]

Tim Phillips, University of Texas, Austin

Optimizaton of ULTEM 1010 Fused Deposition Modeling Specimens for Flexural Behavior [Tech Paper]

K Chandrashekhara, Missouri S&T

Process Modeling of Additively Manufactured Thermosetting Polymers [Tech Paper]

Brent Volk, Air Force Research Laboratory

Simulation of Multi-Material Additive Manufacturing Processes for Space Compatible Materials with Test Validation [Tech Paper]

Frank Abdi, AlphaSTAR Corporation

Tow Positional Fidelity in a Continuous Fiber/3D Printing Approach on a Curved Surface [Tech Paper]

Kent Warlick, Colorado State University

Additive Manufacturing

Howard Kuhn, University of Pittsburgh

Simulation Approach to Optimize Usage of Additive Manufacturing of Polymer and Composite Materials

Philippe Hebert, e-Xstream Engineering

Tooling

Binder Jet Additive Manufacturing for Water Washout Tooling [Tech Paper]

Jesse Blacker, The ExOne Company

Low-Cost, Fast Response Tooling [Tech Paper]

Kara Storage, AFRL/RXSA

Additive Manufacturing with high temperature, high performance composite thermoplastics

Mark Gordon, Solid Fusion, LLC

Design Consideration when using 3D Printed Composite Tooling

Tomeo Wise, FATHOM

Putting Large Scale Additive to Work in Composites

Austin Schmidt, Additive Engineering Solutions