His primary scientific interests are in Rapid prototyping, Process engineering, Selective laser sintering, Manufacturing engineering and Selective laser melting. His research investigates the link between Rapid prototyping and topics such as Advanced manufacturing that cross with problems in Computer-integrated manufacturing. His work carried out in the field of Process engineering brings together such families of science as Cost estimate, Simulation and Process.
His research integrates issues of Functional grading and Polymer in his study of Selective laser sintering. His Manufacturing engineering research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Rapid manufacturing and Computer Aided Design. As part of his Metallurgy and Composite material and Selective laser melting studies, Richard J.M. Hague is studying Selective laser melting.
His primary scientific interests are in Composite material, Manufacturing engineering, Nanotechnology, Selective laser melting and Rapid prototyping. His Composite material study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Laser. His Manufacturing engineering study also includes fields such as
His research in Nanotechnology intersects with topics in Electrical conductor, Inkjet printing, Inkwell and 3D printing. As part of the same scientific family, Richard J.M. Hague usually focuses on Selective laser melting, concentrating on Porosity and intersecting with Raw material. His Rapid prototyping research includes elements of Process engineering, Cost estimate, Advanced manufacturing and Computer Aided Design.
Richard J.M. Hague focuses on Nanotechnology, Composite material, 3D printing, Bioelectronics and Electrical conductor. In the subject of general Nanotechnology, his work in Characterization is often linked to Regenerative medicine, Biofilm and Chemical imaging, thereby combining diverse domains of study. His Composite material study which covers Laser that intersects with Porosity.
The various areas that Richard J.M. Hague examines in his 3D printing study include Resist, Selective laser melting and Bespoke. Richard J.M. Hague undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Selective laser melting and Fabrication through his research. His Aluminium research also works with subjects such as
His primary areas of study are Electron backscatter diffraction, Metallurgy, Electrical conductor, Process engineering and Fabrication. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Grain size and Anisotropy. His study in Electrical conductor is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Porosity, Polyimide, Inkwell, Permittivity and Reactive material.
His Porosity research is within the category of Composite material. His studies deal with areas such as Tin, Material system and 3D printing as well as Process engineering. The study incorporates disciplines such as Selective laser melting and Aluminium in addition to Material system.
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Rapid manufacturing : an industrial revolution for the digital age
N. Hopkinson;R. J. M. Hague;P. M. Dickens.
Laser sintering of polyamides and other polymers
R.D. Goodridge;C.J. Tuck;R.J.M. Hague.
Progress in Materials Science (2012)
The cost of additive manufacturing: machine productivity, economies of scale and technology-push
Martin Baumers;Phill Dickens;Christopher Tuck;Richard Hague.
Technological Forecasting and Social Change (2016)
3D printing of Aluminium alloys: Additive Manufacturing of Aluminium alloys using selective laser melting
Nesma T. Aboulkhair;Marco Simonelli;Luke Parry;Ian Ashcroft.
Progress in Materials Science (2019)
Cost estimation for rapid manufacturing - laser sintering production for low to medium volumes:
M. Ruffo;Christopher Tuck;Richard J.M. Hague.
Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part B: Journal of Engineering Manufacture (2006)
Implications on design of rapid manufacturing
Richard J.M. Hague;Ian Campbell;Phill M. Dickens.
Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part C: Journal of Mechanical Engineering Science (2003)
A mechanical property evaluation of graded density Al-Si10-Mg lattice structures manufactured by selective laser melting
Ian Maskery;N.T. Aboulkhair;Adedeji Aremu;Christopher Tuck.
Materials Science and Engineering A-structural Materials Properties Microstructure and Processing (2016)
A Study on the Laser Spatter and the Oxidation Reactions During Selective Laser Melting of 316L Stainless Steel, Al-Si10-Mg, and Ti-6Al-4V
Marco Simonelli;Christopher Tuck;Nesma T. Aboulkhair;Ian Maskery.
Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A-physical Metallurgy and Materials Science (2015)
Material and design considerations for rapid manufacturing
R. Hague;S. Mansour;N. Saleh.
International Journal of Production Research (2004)
Insights into the mechanical properties of several triply periodic minimal surface lattice structures made by polymer additive manufacturing
Ian Maskery;L. Sturm;Adedeji Aremu;Ajit Panesar.
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