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Aquavoltaics: Synergies for dual use of water area for solar photovoltaic electricity generation and aquaculture
AM Pringle, RM Handler, JM Pearce
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 80, 572-584, 2017
1802017
RepRapable Recyclebot: Open source 3-D printable extruder for converting plastic to 3-D printing filament
AL Woern, JR McCaslin, AM Pringle, JM Pearce
HardwareX 4, e00026, 2018
1182018
Wood furniture waste–based recycled 3-D printing filament
AM Pringle, M Rudnicki, JM Pearce
Forest Products Journal 68 (1), 86-95, 2018
952018
Partially RepRapable automated open source bag valve mask-based ventilator
A Petsiuk, NG Tanikella, S Dertinger, A Pringle, S Oberloier, JM Pearce
HardwareX 8, e00131, 2020
582020
Parametric nasopharyngeal swab for sampling COVID-19 and other respiratory viruses: Open source design, SLA 3-D printing and UV curing system
N Gallup, AM Pringle, S Oberloier, NG Tanikella, JM Pearce
HardwareX 8, e00135, 2020
352020
Open source arc analyzer: Multi-sensor monitoring of wire arc additive manufacturing
AM Pringle, S Oberloier, AL Petsiuk, PG Sanders, JM Pearce
HardwareX 8, e00137, 2020
222020
Open-source parametric 3-D printed slot die system for thin film semiconductor processing
LY Beeker, AM Pringle, JM Pearce
Additive Manufacturing 20, 90-100, 2018
132018
Micromorphology analysis of sputtered indium tin oxide fabricated with variable ambient combinations
Ş Ţălu, S Kulesza, M Bramowicz, AM Pringle, JM Pearce, M Murugesan, ...
Materials Letters 220, 169-171, 2018
122018
RepRapable Recyclebot: Open source 3-D printable extruder for converting plastic to 3-D printing filament. HardwareX, 4, e00026
A Woern, J McCaslin, A Pringle, J Pearce
92018
Parametric nasopharyngeal swab for sampling COVID-19 and other respiratory viruses: open source design, SLA 3-D printing and UV curing system. HardwareX 8, e00135 (2020)
N Gallup, A Pringle, S Oberloier, N Tanikella, J Pearce
52020
RepRapable Recyclebot
AL Woern, JR McCaslin, AM Pringle, JM Pearce
2018
Computers and printing
AM Pringle
University of Cambridge, 1981
1981
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