M. Enamul Hoque

Associate ProfessorUniversity of Nottingham Malaysia CampusMalaysia

Dr. Muhammad Enamul Hoque is an Associate Professor in the Department of Mechanical, Materials & Manufacturing Engineering and serves as Head of the Bioengineering Research Group at the University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus. He received his bachelor degree in Materials and Metallurgical Engineering in 1998 from BUET, Bangladesh, then M Eng and PhD in Bioengineering from NUS, Singapore in 2003 and 2007, respectively. So far, he has authored two books, co-authored three book chapters and edited two books. He has also published more than 60 technical papers in referred journals and international conference proceedings. He is a member of InTech’s Scientific Board and an invited lead guest editor of the International Journal of Materials and Mechanical Engineering and serves as a technical reviewer for about 10 international journals. He is a member of several professional scientific societies including Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine International Society (TERMIS), and Tissue Engineering Society Malaysia (TESMA). His research interests include the areas of Biomaterials, Biofuel, Tissue Engineering, Stem Cells, Nanomaterials and Composite Materials.

2books edited

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Modern engineering often deals with customized design that requires easy, low-cost and rapid fabrication. Rapid prototyping (RP) is a popular technology that enables quick and easy fabrication of customized forms/objects directly from computer aided design (CAD) model. The needs for quick product development, decreased time to market, and highly customized and low quantity parts are driving the demand for RP technology. Today, RP technology also known as solid freeform fabrication (SFF) or desktop manufacturing (DM) or layer manufacturing (LM) is regarded as an efficient tool to bring the product concept into the product realization rapidly. Though all the RP technologies are additive they are still different from each other in the way of building layers and/or nature of building materials. This book delivers up-to-date information about RP technology focusing on the overview of the principles, functional requirements, design constraints etc. of specific technology.

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