There are many methods of incorporating more than one material in Additive Manufacturing (AM) processes. Oak Ridge National Laboratory has developed a unique solution that enables in-situ material switching by developing a dual-hopper feed system for Cincinnati’s Big Area Additive Manufacturing (BAAM) system. Continuous extrusion during a step-change in material feedstock results in a unique blended material transition region that exhibits a heterogeneous internal morphology. To improve mixing of materials during extrusion, a customized static-mixing nozzle was created for use with the BAAM. Single-bead transitions from Material A to B and B to A were printed with the mixing nozzle at a specified screw speed. Compositional analysis tracked the progression of the material transition as a function of extrudate volume. The resulting transition curves were compared against a standard nozzle configuration. Optical microscopy of cross sections also demonstrated that the static-mixing nozzle promoted a more uniform bead geometry as well as a more homogeneous internal structure throughout the material transition.