3D printing simulation software at Lawrence Livermore may enable novel materials design and feed-forward printer control

We recently interviewed Wayne King and Jeremy Thomas from Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) to discuss LLNL's efforts in additive manufacturing technology development. Wayne is the Director of the Accelerated Certification of Additively Manufactured Metals (ACAMM) at LLNL, and Jeremy ...

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