Teunis van Manen

Teunis van Manen
Delft University of Technology | TU · Department of Biomechanical Engineering

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Materials and devices with advanced functionalities often need to combine complex 3D shapes with functionality-inducing surface features. Precisely controlled bio-nanopatterns, printed electronic components, and sensors/actuators are all examples of such surface features. However, the vast majority of the refined technologies that are currently ava...
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Shape-shifting of flat materials into the desired 3D configuration is an alternative design route for fabrication of complex 3D shapes, which provides many benefits such as access to the flat material surface and the ability to produce well-described motions. The advanced production techniques that primarily work in 2D could then be used to add com...
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Self-folding of complex origami-inspired structures from flat states allows for the incorporation of a multitude of surface-related functionalities into the final 3D device. Several self-folding techniques have therefore been developed during the last few years to fabricate such multi-functional devices. The vast majority of such approaches are, ho...
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Origami Lattices Folding of flat sheets into 3D structures is a promising approach for the fabrication of functionalized metamaterials. Inspired by sheet metal forming, Teunis van Manen and co‐workers in article number 2203603 develop an automated folding method for the folding of stiff lattice structures comprising large numbers of small interconn...
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Folding nanopatterned flat sheets into complex 3D structures enables the fabrication of meta‐biomaterials that combine a rationally designed 3D architecture with nanoscale surface features. Self‐folding is an attractive approach for realizing such materials. However, self‐folded lattices are generally too compliant as there is an inherent competiti...
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4D printing of flat sheets that self-fold into architected 3D structures is a powerful origami-inspired approach for the fabrication of multi-functional devices and metamaterials. However, the opposite stiffness requirements for the folding process and the subsequent loadbearing of 3D structures impose an intrinsic limitation in designing self-fold...
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Machine-matter, of which mechanical metamaterials and meta-devices are important sub-categories, is emerging as a major paradigm for designing advanced functional materials. Various exciting applications of these concepts have been recently demonstrated, ranging from exotic mechanical properties to device-like and adaptive functionalities. The vast...
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Folding nanopatterned flat sheets into complex 3D structures enables the fabrication of meta-biomaterials that combine a rationally designed 3D architecture (e.g., to tune mechanical and mass transport properties) with nanoscale surface features (e.g., to guide the differentiation of stem cells). Self-folding is an attractive approach for realizing...
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4D printing of flat sheets that self-fold into architected 3D structures is a powerful origami-inspired approach for the fabrication of multi-functional devices and metamaterials. The possibility to endow the initially flat sheet with a variety of surface-related functionalities provides the means to simultaneously achieve multi-functional performa...
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Shape-shifting materials are a powerful tool for the fabrication of reconfigurable materials. Upon activation, not only a change in their shape but also a large shift in their material properties can be realized. As compared with the 4D printing of 2D-to-3D shape-shifting materials, the 4D printing of reconfigurable (i.e., 3D-to-3D shape-shifting)...
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Shape-shifting materials are a powerful tool for the fabrication of reconfigurable materials. Upon activation, not only a change in their shape but also a large shift in their material properties can be realized. As compared with the 4D printing of 2D-to-3D shape-shifting materials, the 4D printing of reconfigurable ( i.e. , 3D-to-3D shape-shifting...
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Mechanical metamaterials are usually designed to exhibit novel properties and functionalities that are rare or even unprecedented. What is common among most previous designs is the quasi-static nature of their mechanical behavior. Here, we introduce a previously unidentified class of strain rate-dependent mechanical metamaterials. The principal ide...
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Deployable meta-implants aim to minimize the invasiveness of orthopaedic surgeries by allowing for changes in their shape and size that are triggered by an external stimulus. Multi-stability enables deployable implants to transform their shape from some compact retracted state to the deployed state where they take their full sizes and are load-bear...

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