Thermal conductivity of sintered copper samples prepared using 3D printing-compatible polymer composite filaments
Navid Dehdari Ebrahimi Y. Sungtaek Ju
Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, University of California, Los Angeles, CA, 90095, USA
Metal-filled polymers containing micro-powders of highly conductive metals can serve as a starting material to fabricate complex metal structures using economic filament extrusion-based 3D printing and molding methods.
(4) Reprinted from Additive Manufacturing, Navid Dehdari Ebrahimi Y., Sungtaek Ju, Volume 24, December 2018, Pages 479-485. Copyright (2018), with permission from Elsevier and UCLA Professor Y. Sungtaek Ju (group supervisor), Navid Dehdari Ebrahimi (First author), and MTSL lab research group in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering department.