AAML is working on various research on 3D printing processes, materials and applications.

New process development

  • Conformal Additive Manufacturing
  • Liquid-bridge Microstereolithography
  • Multi-scale/Multi-material Additive Manufacturing
  • Extrusion-based Ceramic/Metal Additive Manufacturing
  • Additive Manufacturing of Rubber
  • Binder Jetting of Metals

New materials development

  • Rheology-controlled Polymers
  • Electrically Functional Polymers Including Ionic Compounds
  • Binder-coated Ceramics/Metals
  • New Binder System
  • 3D Printable “Real” Rubbers


  • Tactile Sensors for Smart Tires, Smart Insoles, Robotics/Prosthetics, Wearable electronics
  • 3D-Printed Polymeric Batteries
  • 3D Structural Electronics
  • Biomedical Devices and Structures
  • 3D Printed Actuators