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A targeted material selection process for polymers in laser sintering
GM Vasquez, CE Majewski, B Haworth, N Hopkinson
Additive Manufacturing 1, 127-138, 2014
1162014
Effect of the degree of particle melt on mechanical properties in selective laser-sintered Nylon-12 parts
C Majewski, H Zarringhalam, N Hopkinson
Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part B: Journal of …, 2008
1152008
Degree of particle melt in Nylon‐12 selective laser‐sintered parts
H Zarringhalam, C Majewski, N Hopkinson
Rapid Prototyping Journal 15 (2), 126-132, 2009
1032009
Quantifying the degree of particle melt in Selective Laser Sintering®
N Hopkinson, CE Majewski, H Zarringhalam
CIRP annals 58 (1), 197-200, 2009
902009
Manufacturing at double the speed
JM Allwood, THC Childs, AT Clare, AKM De Silva, V Dhokia, IM Hutchings, ...
Journal of Materials Processing Technology 229, 729-757, 2016
892016
Effect of section thickness and build orientation on tensile properties and material characteristics of laser sintered nylon‐12 parts
C Majewski, N Hopkinson
Rapid Prototyping Journal 17 (3), 176-180, 2011
752011
Study into the recyclability of a thermoplastic polyurethane powder for use in laser sintering
K Plummer, M Vasquez, C Majewski, N Hopkinson
Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part B: Journal of …, 2012
432012
Effect of infra‐red power level on the sintering behaviour in the high speed sintering process
CE Majewski, D Oduye, HR Thomas, N Hopkinson
Rapid prototyping journal 14 (3), 155-160, 2008
432008
Materials for high speed sintering
A Ellis, CJ Noble, L Hartley, C Lestrange, N Hopkinson, C Majewski
Journal of Materials Research 29 (17), 2080-2085, 2014
372014
Characterisation and correlation of areal surface texture with processing parameters and porosity of High Speed Sintered parts
Z Zhu, S Lou, C Majewski
Additive Manufacturing 36, 101402, 2020
332020
Use of silver-based additives for the development of antibacterial functionality in Laser Sintered polyamide 12 parts
RD Turner, JR Wingham, TE Paterson, J Shepherd, C Majewski
Scientific reports 10 (1), 892, 2020
332020
Material ratio curve of 3D surface topography of additively manufactured parts: An attempt to characterise open surface pores
S Lou, Z Zhu, W Zeng, C Majewski, PJ Scott, X Jiang
Surface Topography: Metrology and Properties 9 (1), 015029, 2021
312021
Understanding pore formation and the effect on mechanical properties of High Speed Sintered polyamide-12 parts: A focus on energy input
Z Zhu, C Majewski
Materials & Design 194, 108937, 2020
312020
The design and assessment of bio-inspired additive manufactured stab-resistant armour
AA Johnson, GA Bingham, CE Majewski
Virtual and Physical Prototyping 13 (2), 49-57, 2018
252018
Effect of bed temperature and infra-red lamp power on the mechanical properties of parts produced using high-speed sintering
CE Majewski, BS Hobbs, N Hopkinson
Virtual and physical prototyping 2 (2), 103-110, 2007
252007
Nanoclay/polymer composite powders for use in laser sintering applications: effects of nanoclay plasma treatment
A Almansoori, C Majewski, C Rodenburg
JOM 69, 2278-2285, 2017
192017
Effect of tool finishing on ejection forces for injection moulded parts made using direct metal laser sintered tools
C Majewski, N Hopkinson
International journal of production research 41 (3), 581-592, 2003
172003
Degradation of Laser Sintered polyamide 12 parts due to accelerated exposure to ultraviolet radiation
ASD Shackleford, RJ Williams, R Brown, JR Wingham, C Majewski
Additive Manufacturing 46, 102132, 2021
152021
Surface modification of the laser sintering standard powder polyamide 12 by plasma treatments
A Almansoori, R Masters, K Abrams, J Schäfer, T Gerling, C Majewski, ...
Plasma Processes and Polymers 15 (7), 1800032, 2018
152018
Laser sintered body armour: establishing guidelines for dual-layered stab protection
AA Johnson, GA Bingham, CE Majewski
International Journal of Rapid Manufacturing 5 (1), 3-19, 2015
132015
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