Formulating UV curable resins for Additive Manufacturing (AM), or 3D printing, is an area that spans various industrial sectors from adhesives, inks and optical fibers to nanotechnology and biomaterials. UV curable resins such as epoxides, vinyl ethers and acrylates are also important monomers that offer effective media for energetic materials. The potential exists to develop environmentally friendly formulations with suspended energetic materials at various solid loading levels. Developing techniques for UV curing formulations of highly loaded energetic suspensions is a challenging feat that must satisfy several requirements and produce a high-quality formulation with synergistic ingredient combinations to enhance propulsion phenomena. The candidate formulation must be able to operate in a sterolithography (SLA) resin tank, meaning the suspension must be at least as fluidic as conventional SLA resins; and a thorough understanding of the polymerization cure kinetics, photoinitiation and cure depth is required. This is due to the fact that these are dominating factors for processing and formation of polymer network structure that exhibits good mechanical properties.