Name Mark Stanford
Job Title Professor (Professor of Advanced Manufacturing Technology)
Faculty Faculty of Science and Engineering
School School of Engineering
Subject(s) Additive Layer Manufacture and Metal Cutting
Tel 01902 323904
Email m.stanford@wlv.ac.uk

Engineering

Prof Mark Stanford PhD, BEng (Hons), CEng, MIET

 

From a technical apprenticeship and after 15 industrial experience, as a Senior Production Engineer at Cookson Precision Castings Ltd, Mark enrolled on a Manufacturing Engineering degree as a part-time student at the then Polytechnic, Wolverhampton. He graduated with first-class honours in 1992 and began his successful career at the University in that year.  He also studied part-time for his PhD at the University and subsequently graduated in 2007.

Subsequently, Professor Mark Stanford is now a leading expert in the field of additive layer manufacturing a process by which digital 3D design data is used to build products layer by layer using materials that are in fine powder form. With this expertise in constant demand he works regularly with high-profile organisations, including Formula 1 racing teams, designing and producing parts that only a few years ago would not have been possible to produce by any means.

Mark has published widely in fields of additive layer manufacturing, laser sintering, materials behaviour and properties, structural integrity, and machining of metals in inert atmospheres of argon and nitrogen. He has presented at many international conferences, and has been successful in attracting significant research grants to the University. He has been, and continues to be, instrumental in establishing the University’s reputation for innovative product design and development.

 

Additive Layer Manufacture

Materials Science

Metal Cutting

Casting

Materials Processing

Additive Layer Manufacture

Materials Science

Metal Cutting

Casting

Materials Processing

Member of the Institute of Engineering Technology

Member of the EOS World E-Manufacturing Forum

Member of the UK Die-Casting Centre

Member of the IZA (International Zinc Association)

1)     Hazlehurst K.,  Wang C J., Stanford M. (2013) “Evaluation of the stiffness characteristics of square pore CoCrMo cellular structures manufactured using laser melting technology for potential orthopaedic applications.” Journal of Materials and Design  51 pp949–955

2)     Stanford M., Lister P.M., Kibble K.A., Morgan C., Sihra T. (2013) “Tool wear investigation whilst turning BS970-080A15 carbon steel using TiCN-Al2O3 CVD coated carbide tooling in gaseous and liquid nitrogen environments” Journal of Industrial Lubrication and Tribology. 65(4)

3)     Oborka, E., Kibble, K., Stanford M. (2012). “Culture Failure Mode Effect Analysis: Resistance to Change in Contemporary HRM”, Human Resource Management, 5(88)/12, pp.109-117

4)     Kim J. S., Kibble K.A., Stanford M. (2012) “Quantitative analysis on the anisotropic behavior of superplastic deformation in laser melted (LM) Ti–6Al–4V alloy”. Materials Science and Engineering A 532 pp. 236-244        

5)     Aziz I.A., Gabbitas B., Stanford M.  (2012) “Direct Metal Laser Sintering of a Ti6Al4V Mandible Implant”. Key Engineering Materials. Trans Tech Publications, Switzerland 520 pp.220-225 doi:10.4028/www.scientific.net/KEM.520.220    

6)     Gibbons G., Cooper D.E., Stanford M., Kibble K.A. (2012) “Additive Manufacturing for product improvement at Red Bull Technology” Materials and Design. 41, pp.226-230

7)     Oborka, E., Kibble, K., Stanford M. (2011). Lean in Engineering to Order environment – Does it has to be a fiasco?’ Lean Management Journal (Publisher: SayOne Media), Issue 13, November-December 2011, London, pp. 28-31.

8)     Roberts I. A., Wang C.J., Stanford M., Kibble K.A., Mynors D.J. (2010)  “Experimental and numerical analysis of residual stresses in additive layer manufacturing by laser melting of metal powders” Key Engineering Materials. 450 pp. 461-466

9)     Roberts I. A., Wang C.J., Stanford M., Esterlein R., Mynors D.J. (2009) “A three-dimensional finite element analysis of the temperature field during laser melting of metal powders in additive layer manufacturing”. International Journal of Machine Tools and Manufacture. 49(12–13) pp 916–923

10)   Kim J. S., Kibble K.A., Stanford M., Kwon Y.N. and Sohn K-S. (2009). “Quasi-dynamic visualisation of crack-propagation and bridging evolution in Si3N4 and SiC ceramics by mechano-luminescence”. Metals and Materials International. 15(4) pp. 597- 602.

11)   Stanford M., Lister P.M., Kibble K.A., Morgan C., (2009) “Investigation into the use of gaseous and liquid nitrogen as a cutting fluid when turning BS 970-80A15 (En32b) plain carbon steel using WC-Co uncoated tooling”. Journal of Materials Processing Technology (Elsevier) 209(2). pp. 961-972

12)   Stanford M., Kibble K., Lindop M., Mynors D. (2008), “An investigation into fully melting a maraging steel using Direct Metal Laser Sintering (DMLS)”, Steel Research International 79, Vol. 1, pp. 847-852.

13)   Stanford M., Lister P.M. and Kibble K.A. (2007), “Investigation into the effect of cutting environment on tool life during the milling of En32b low carbon steel”, Wear, Vol 262, Nos 11-12, pp1496-1503.                     

14)   Stanford M. and Lister P. M. (2005), “Investigation into the relationship between tool wear and cutting environments when milling an austenitic stainless steel and En32b low carbon steel”, Journal of Industrial Lubrication and Tribology, V57 (2&3), pp73-79 (90%

15)   Stanford M. and Lister P. M. (2004), “Investigation into the relationship between tool wear and cutting environments when turning En32b steel”, Journal of Industrial Lubrication and Tribology, V56 (2&3),  pp.114-121.

16)   Stanford M. and Lister P. M. (2002), “The future role of metalworking fluids in metal cutting operations”, Journal of Industrial Lubrication and Tribology, V 54 (1), pp.11-19

 

 

Conferences

 

1)     O. H. Olowofela, Iain Lyall, Mark Stanford, Lijuan Zhang, Chike Oduoza, “Mechanical Alloying (MA) Of Composite Materials For The Laser Melting (LM) Process” The Twenty-first Annual International Conference on Composites/Nano Engineering (ICCE-21) Tenerife, Spain July 21-27, 2013

2)     Izhar Aziz, B.Gabittas, Mark Stanford, Laser Sintered Parts: Microstructure & Mechanical properties, International Manufacturing& Engineering Conference (IMEC), Pahang, Malaysia, 2013

3)     Roberts I. A., Wang C.J., Stanford M., Kibble K.A., Mynors D.J. “Effect of process parameters on residual stresses in laser melting of multiple Ti-6Al-4V powder layers” 26th IMCR Conference 11-13 September 2012

4)     Oborka, E., Kibble, K., Stanford M. (2012), “Culture Failure Mode Effect Analysis (CFMEA)”, 12th International Conference on Knowledge, Culture and Change in Organisations, 6-8 July 2012, Chicago, USA

5)     Oborka, E., Kibble, K., Stanford M. (2012), “Culture Failure Mode Effect Analysis (CFMEA)”, 4th International Conference and Doctoral Consortium on Organization Development and Change, University Jean Moulin, Lyon, France, 5-6 June, 2012 organized in partnership between ISEOR, Organization Development and Change Division of the Academy of Management (USA)

6)     Oborka, E., Kibble, K., Stanford M. (2012), “Culture Failure Mode Effect Analysis (CFMEA)”, 10th Conference: People in Change Management Process - Implementation of Lean in NHS, 21st May 2012.

7)     Izhar Aziz, B.Gabittas, Mark Stanford, Direct Fabrication of Craniofacial Implant via Selective Laser Sintering, Titanium Materials Conference, Brisbane, Australia, 2011

8)     Roberts I. A.,        Wang C.J., Stanford M., Kibble K.A., Mynors D.J. (2010) “Numerical and experimental studies on the laser melting of steel plate surfaces”.                   MATADOR Conference, University of Manchester          535-538 (ISBN 978-1-84996-431-9)  

9)     Gibbons G., Cooper D.E., Stanford M., Kibble K.A. “E-Manufacturing for Product Improvement at Red Bull Technology”. Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Manufacturing Research. September 2009

10)   Gibbons G., Cooper D.E., Stanford M., “DMLS for Product Improvement at Red Bull Technology” Proceedings of the 10th National Conference on Rapid Design, Prototyping & Manufacturing. June, 2009

11)   Kibble K.A., Stanford M., Lindop M., Mynors D.J. and Rodrigues S. (2008). “The production of fully dense conformal cooling channels in a cupro-nickel alloy using direct metal laser sintering (DMLS)”, RPD 2008: Designing the Industry of the Future, Oliveira de Azeméis, Portugal.

12)   Stanford M., Kibble K A., Lindop M., Boden P and S Rodrigues, “Cost effective manufacture of injection mould tools using direct metal laser sintered (DMLS) tooling - an integrated approach”, RPD 2008, Rapid Product Development: "Designing the Industry of the Future", Oliveira de Azeméis, Portugal, October 29th to 30th  2008.

13)   Stanford M., Kibble K., Lindop M., Mynors D. (2008). An investigation into fully melting a maraging steel using Direct Metal Laser Sintering (DMLS), 12thInternational Conference Metal Forming 2008, Krakow, Poland 21-24 September.

14)   Stanford  M., Holden P., Kibble K.A., Lindop M., Tansell S., and Percival C. (2008).“The use of Direct Metal Laser Sintered (DMLS) Tooling for the manufacture of zinc diecast components”. IZA Diecasting Focus Conference, Barcelona.

15)   Kibble K.A., Stanford M., and Lindop M. (2007), “Structural integrity of rapid manufactured laser sintered plastic and metal parts”, in Rapid Manufacturing Conference, Organised by TCT Magazine, 26-27 September, Ricoh Arena, Coventry.

16)   Stanford M. (2005), “Maraging steel manufactured using DMLS”, International Conference on Laser Sintering, Organised by Electro Optical Systems May 11-12. Munich, Germany. (Invited Speaker)

Stanford M. (2004), “DMLS for parts and tooling applications”, International Conference on Laser Sintering, Organised by Electro Optical Systems. May 12-13. Munich, Germany. (Invited Speaker)