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Introduction to 3D

by @jamesmcbennett + @GA_London
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James McBennett

on 21 March 2014

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9
6
£7
3D
@fabsie www.facebook.com/fabsiedotcom
5 vs. 7
Nose is 1/5 of your head or your head is 1/7 of your body
0.5
Costs
3
4
Vector
2
Basilica di Santa Maria Novella in Florence by Alberti
geometry
Boolean Difference
Vertical
Crevasse
Alessi
making things
+/-
PRINTING
SOLID
VOLUMETRIC PIXEL
SURFACES
MESH
SUBDIVISION
PARAMETRIC
ALL GEOMETRY ALWAYS HAS A THICKNESS
ALL GEOMETRY IS OF ZERO THICKNESS
GEOMETRY IS CONTROLLED BY POINTS
MESH GEOMETRY IS SUBDIVIDED FOR EXTRA CONTROL
VOXEL
Low Poly
GEOMETRY IS VARIABLE
NURBS
NON UNIFORM RATIONAL B-SPLINE
SURFACE GEOMETRY
MINECRAFT
MRI/SCAN
DESIGN CAD SOFTWARE
POLYGON /
SUBDIVISION
SURFACES
High Poly
introduction
1
The Machines are NOT complicated.
2 AXIS
ZCorp Power 3D Printing
FDM (Fused Deposition Modelling)
SLA - Stereolithography Assembly
SLA - Stereolithography Assembly
Woodblock printing (200)
Movable type (1040)
Printing press (1454)
Etching (ca. 1500)
Mezzotint (1642)
Aquatint (1768)
Lithography (1796)
Chromolithography (1837)
Rotary press (1843)
Offset printing (1875)
Hectograph (19th century)
Hot metal typesetting (1886)
Mimeograph (1890)
Screen printing (1907)
Spirit duplicator (1923)
Dye-sublimation (1957)
Phototypesetting (1960s)
Dot matrix printer (1964)
Laser printing (1969)
Thermal printing (ca. 1972)
Inkjet printing (1976)
3D Printing (1986)
Digital press (1993)
AutoCAD
3DSMax
Maya
Solidworks
Rhino
MOI
Grasshopper
TinkerCAD
Minecraft
Blender
Sketchup
Autodesk123
8
Lucky Charms Cereal Sifter
Thingiverse
reprap.org
5
Let's start
What is build size of machine? 20 cm x 25cm x 20cm
What is min. thickness 1.5-3mm?
Cost = Volume
Do not print solid shapes, hollow them out.
Use 1:1 Scale.
What file type? STL.
Check hidden objects and all objects are solid
3D Printing / SLS / SLA
Malcolm Nicholls Limited, www.mnl.co.uk
RCA, 15–25 Howie Street (High Street Kensington tube station)
CadVenture, The Building Centre, 26 Store Street (Goodge Street tube station)
Inition, 23 Curtain Road (Old Street tube station)
Maquette, 147 - 149 Pancras Road (Kings Cross)
Rapido3d, unit 6, 2 Prince Edward Rd (Hackney Wick tube station)
Callprint, Westferry Studios, Docklands (nearest tube Westferry DLR)
CREATE AN OBJECT FOR A HOLIDAY SEASON
Silkworm (Plugin) - Beyond contouring
7
funding
Million
www.innovateuk.org/
DMCA Takedown Notice - Warhammer
Scissor Chair - Phil Seaton
CNC
Computer Numerical Control
3DPrinting
Desktop Printing
Laser Cutting
CNC Wood Routing
CNC Metal Routing
Industrial Robotics
3 AXIS
6 AXIS
Concrete 3D printing
Support Materials
What's next?
Finishing
HD Affordable
Composites
Variable Property
Teenage Engineering - Repair Parts
Omote 3D Shashinkan by Party
playsettings.org
business
Digital Forming
CloudFactories
23rd January 2013
law
Ulrich Schwanitz vs. Artur Tchoukanov
Drones, Sex Toys, Bongs and Nazi's, Robotic Arm.
MISSION:
LET'S BE MORE SPECIFIC
1. Design Freedoms
2. Applications Development and Demonstrators
3. Pre and Post Processing
4. End-to-end System Intergration
5. Supply and Distribution Chains
6. Business Model Development Demonstration
"We shape our tools, and thereafter they shape us."
Marshall McLuhan
£5000
£1000
£3500
£3500
£2k-5k
£300
FREE
FREE
FREE
FREE
FREE
FREE
Professional
SLA (Resin)
SLS (Plastic)
ZCorp (Powder)
FormLABS (Resin)
Makerbot (Plastic)
Cube (Plastic)
Reprap (Plastic)

Laser Cutter
CNC Wood
CNC Aluminium
£300k
£100k
£15k+
£10k+
£2000
£1750
£900
£500

£10k
£20k
£50k
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REVOLUTION?
INDUSTRY LEADERS
Autodesk £4.3bn
3D Systems £2.5bn
Stratasys £1.8bn
Objet
Valuation
Company
Medieval Guilds/Liveries ≠ Agricultural Revolution ≠ Industrial Revolution ≠ Internet Revolution
THIS STOOL ROCKS
SEEKING AWESOME VOLUNTEER AMBASSADORS
ME
LABOUR
CONTENT
FORM
19th Century
20th Century
21st Century
INDUSTRIAL + INTERNET REVOLUTION #industrialinternet
MASHUP
This mashup/revolution is about (CNC) digital manufacturing tools that are reshaping design opportunities, audience size, business models and the collaboration of designers, makers and you for (most) physical products.

WEB: $30 Trillion PHYSICAL: $150 Trillion+

3D printing is a really cool CNC plugin.
DESIGN - TECH - FINANCE
physical + digital
physical + digital
Biggest Challenge bringing Making back to Shoreditch
Fabsie.com
Makie.me
Fabhub.io
3D PRINTING = ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING
≠ SUBTRACTIVE MANUFACTURING
Drawing ≠ Interpretation
Sampling
Do dimensions
still matter?
DRAWING
SCANNING
b2c d2c
Cyanide & Happiness turned down the third tv deal today, saying "No Networks, No Regional Restrictions, We'll be using kickstarter."
Platforms (Social Glue)
Marketplace
Raster
SOLID
Hackerspace
Unto This Last
Moo.com
Shoreditch, Hoxton, Hackney
futuremfg.org
Niche
3D
CUTTING
Local Production
in the
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