b'induced defects (Hi Vo, Universitygeometry while pre-mounted inFigure 4. Examples of micro-of California, Berkeley). Figure 3a tensile tester, a round dogbonemesoscale samples manufactured shows an example of a simulationvia a laser lathe technique, and avia femtosecond laser machining. a) The femtosecond laser machining performed to calculate hardeningseries of samples along a thin sheetworkstation with a tensile testing from various microstructuraledge (Andrew Dong and Jasonmachine placed inside. b) A reduced features. Finite element modellingDuckering, University of California,geometry SS-J sample machined of a tensile testing setup usedBerkeley). Examples of each arewhile mounted in a tensile tester. c) A round dogbone machined via a laser throughout this research has alsoshown in Figure 4. This showslathe process imaged within an SEM. successful (Eric Olivas, Los Alamospromise in being able to rapidly andd) A sheet edge sample being pulled National Laboratory). consistently manufacture testingin a tensile tester with an adjacent as-specimens between the 10-100+mmachined sample on the same sheet Finally, development of micro- to the leftmesoscale sample preparation andlength range.testing techniques has also been performed as part of this work. A femtosecond laser was employed to machine tensile samples of various geometries including of a reduced 2022|AFC ACCOMPLISHMENTS 43'