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Multimaterial 4D Printing with Tailorable Shape Memory Polymers

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Multimaterial 4D Printing with Tailorable Shape Memory Polymers
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Ge
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Qi
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Singapore University of Technology and Design; Massachusetts Institute of Technology
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author
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Sakhaei
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Amir Hosein
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Singapore University of Technology and Design
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Lee
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Howon
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Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Rutgers University; Massachusetts Institute of Technology
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Dunn
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Conner K.
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Georgia Institute of Technology
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Fang
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Nicholas X.
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Massachusetts Institute of Technology
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Dunn
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Martin L.
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Singapore University of Technology and Design
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Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
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School of Engineering
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2016
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We present a new 4D printing approach that can create high resolution (up to a few microns), multimaterial shape memory polymer (SMP) architectures. The approach is based on high resolution projection microstereolithography (PμSL) and uses a family of photo-curable methacrylate based copolymer networks. We designed the constituents and compositions to exhibit desired thermomechanical behavior (including rubbery modulus, glass transition temperature and failure strain which is more than 300% and larger than any existing printable materials) to enable controlled shape memory behavior. We used a high resolution, high contrast digital micro display to ensure high resolution of photo-curing methacrylate based SMPs that requires higher exposure energy than more common acrylate based polymers. An automated material exchange process enables the manufacture of 3D composite architectures from multiple photo-curable SMPs. In order to understand the behavior of the 3D composite microarchitectures, we carry out high fidelity computational simulations of their complex nonlinear, time-dependent behavior and study important design considerations including local deformation, shape fixity and free recovery rate. Simulations are in good agreement with experiments for a series of single and multimaterial components and can be used to facilitate the design of SMP 3D structures.
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English
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11 p.
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4D Printing
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Polymers
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Shape Memory Polymers
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2016
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Scientific reports
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1-11
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6(31110)
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http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/srep31110
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Lee, Howon
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rucore30172600001
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doi:10.7282/T39S1T95
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