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Research Center for Additive Manufacturing (3D Printing) Technology (CAM)
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1. Introduction

        Our center mainly aims at the innovation of additive manufacturing (AM, 3D Printing) technology and the applications in the fields of aerospace, defense industry, automotive, and biomedicine. Especially, the research focuses on the fundamental AM theory and key technologies satisfied the need of AM with high-accuracy, high-performance, and high-efficiency. The center would be developed as a world-class leading platform for AM R&D and commercialization.

2. Research

        a. Principles and key technologies of AM with high-efficiency, high-resolution, and high-performance;

        b. AM equipments : critical units and integration technologies;

        c. AM design method and software;

        d. High performance AM materials and its industrialization.

3. Group

Prof. Dr. Xuanming DUAN, Director of center, Chief Scientist of National Program on Key Basic Research Project of China (973 Program), Awarded by “Hundred Talents Program” of the Chinese Academy of Sciences..

Prof. Dr. Guoyu WANG, Awarded by “Hundred Talents Program” of the Chinese Academy of Sciences.

Prof. Dr. Jing LI, Awarded by “Hundred Talents Program” of the Chinese Academy of Sciences.

Prof. Dr. Min GU, Chief scientific adviser of the center, Academician of the Australian Academy of Sciences and the Australian Academy of Engineering, Special-term Prof. of “Plans for One Thousand Talents Program”of China.

Prof. Dr. Zhengwen Zhang, Guest Prof. of the center, Special-term Prof. of “Plans for One Thousand Talents Program”of China.

4. Selected Achievements

(1). Successful fabrication for multicolor and high-precision 3D microstructures from semiconductor–polymer nanocomposites using a MPP-in situ Synthesis technique, firstly reported in Adv. Mater., and highlighted in Nature.

(2) A designable multiple beam multiphoton processing (MBMPP) method as a parallel processing method for assembled 2D or 3D structures fabrication, firstly reported in Appl. Phys. Lett..

(3)Principles of using multi-wavelength Lasers for high-precision 3DP structures was proposed for the first time, and confirmed experimentally.

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