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Compression molding is known to be one of the most cost-effective method to manufacture Polymer-based composite parts including pure thermoplastics, e.g. PolyLactic Acid (PLA). One of the current research questions is how a new innovative technology like 3D printing compares to compression molding in terms of mechanical performance of final parts. This study aims at comparing the mechanical performance of dog-bone tensile coupons manufacturing using compression molding and 3D printing. Thedoi:10.32920/ryerson.14655456.v1 fatcat:foh6p4ehkrfkzeyfmmngucb4nq