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CAPSTONE: Cradle-to-Gate Life Cycle Assessment of Multi-Jet Fusion 3D Printing

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Michael London, M.S. / M.B.A. 2020
Center for Sustainable Systems
School for Environment and Sustainability
May 12, 20201:00pm - 2:00pm
virtual - on Zoom


This study investigated the cradle-to-gate life cycle energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions of HP Multi-Jet Fusion 3D printing technology in comparison to injection molding across production quantities ranging from 100 to 100,000 parts for a plastic product.


Michael London Michael London has nine years of professional experience delivering transportation, engineering, and supply chain solutions in uncertain and fast-paced environments. His leadership experience in the U.S. Marine Corps, graduate education in sustainability, business, and public administration, and undergraduate background in systems engineering enables him to bridge the gaps among customers, developers, policymakers, and decision-makers.

He just completed a dual-degree MBA/MS program at the University of Michigan Ross School of Business and School for Environment and Sustainability. He is also a member of the Tauber Institute for Global Operations program. Following graduation, he is pursuing a product management position in additive manufacturing technology to transform industry supply chains and help companies design better products.

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Topic: Mike London thesis
Time: May 12, 2020 01:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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