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Alex Roschli

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Alex Roschli

Alex Roschli

Research Staff
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Alex Roschli is a researcher with the Systems Automation and Monitoring Group at Oak Ridge National Laboratory’s Manufacturing Demonstration Facility. He obtained bachelor’s and master’s degrees in electrical engineering from the University of Tennessee. Alex has been conducting research with large format polymer additive manufacturing since 2013 and has also worked with large format metal and concrete. Some of his projects include the world’s first 3D printed car, the former Guinness World Record holder for largest 3D printed object, and other 3D printed vehicles such as a Willy’s Jeep, a utility vehicle, an excavator, a submarine, and a mold for a catamaran. Alex authored a book Motion and Path Planning for Additive Manufacturing. He is an AMUG DINO Award winner and a ASME Thomas A. Edison Patent Award winner. His current research focus is software development for toolpath generation in large format additive manufacturing. Alex is an active member of SME, ASME, AMUG, and ACM.


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