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Meeting Materials Science & Technology 2019
Symposium Metamorphic Manufacturing – Incremental Deformation Processing for Agile, High-quality Metallic Component Production
Presentation Title Metamorphic Manufacturing Activities and Evolving Opportunities at Case Western Reserve University
Author(s) John J. Lewandowski, Roger D Quinn, Kenneth A Loparo, Robert X Gao
On-Site Speaker (Planned) John J. Lewandowski
Abstract Scope CWRU and the Ohio manufacturing community have a long history of collaboration on industrially relevant interactions that are well positioned to advance various activities related to Metamorphic Manufacturing. In addition to highlighting unique equipment in the Advanced Manufacturing and Mechanical Reliability Center (AMMRC - that could be integrated with robots and various control systems, the presentation will also cover ongoing/completed work on robotic manufacturing (e.g. robotic welding and metal additive manufacturing), the activities of ISSACS: Institute for Smart Secure and Connected Systems ( at Case Western Reserve University and the recently established IoT Collaborative ( jointly led by Case Western Reserve University and Cleveland State University with support from the Cleveland Foundation, as well as activities associated with the NSF planning grant on Smart and Connected Communities, which focused on helping the small and mid-sized manufacturers (SMMs) and the community where they are located, through IoT technologies.


Comparison of Robotic Blacksmithing, 3D Printing and CNC Machining for Aerospace Replacement Parts
Complexity & Functionality of Automotive Structural Components with Tailored Properties
Lagrangian Finite Element Simulation of Metaphorphic Manufacturing
Metamorphic Manufacturing Activities and Evolving Opportunities at Case Western Reserve University
Metamorphic Manufacturing: A View from Two Perspectives
Metamorphic Manufacturing: Processing Pathways to Manufacture Custom Geometry Components with Tailored Microstructures
Multimodal Atomic Scale Characterization of Structural and Compositional Changes During Shear Deformation of Materials
Opportunities and Challenges in Flexible Dieless Forming - A Summary of Double-Sided Incremental Forming (DSIF) Work at Northwestern University
Rapid Prototyping of Forming Tools Using 4340 Steel Through Additive Manufacturing
Robotic Blacksmithing, Building on Past Success
Setting Component Properties in Incremental Forming
Solid Phase Processing of AA6XXX and AA7XXX Alloys via Shape Approach

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