Join Women in 3D Printing as we take a tour of the new Texas A&M 3D Printing Laboratory!

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In 2020, the new Texas A+M laboratory was constructed, lead by Professor Sarah Wolff. Sarah is one of about 30 professors at Texas A&M working on 3D printing and additive manufacturing. The first metal additive manufacturing research labs at Texas A&M began in 2013 and has been growing since, expanding to 3D printing and additive manufacturing for a wide variety of materials and applications, including hydrogels for biomedical sensing, concrete extrusion printing for construction projects, and metallic alloys. The additive manufacturing research program recently introduced a certificate program and boasts collaborations with government labs, industries, and students globally.

Dr. Sarah Wolff is an assistant professor in the Industrial and Systems Engineering department at Texas A&M University. She focuses on additive manufacturing of metallic and composite materials and trying to push the boundaries of the types of materials we can print. She completed her PhD in mechanical engineering at Northwestern University and was an Enrico Fermi fellow at Argonne National Laboratory after graduation, joining Texas A&M in 2019. She has built additive manufacturing systems, worked with lasers and X-rays, and overall has found a passion for 3D printing and additive manufacturing.

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