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3D Printing and Laser Sintering Time line
Transcript of 3D Printing and Laser Sintering Time line
Roland DG Corporation introduced the new iModela iM-01. NASA awards funding for automated on-orbit construction with 3D printers THE MOST IMPORTANT FIELDS OF ENGINEERING INVOLVED WITH 3D PRINTING ARE ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING AND MECHANICAL ENGINEERING BECAUSE THEY ARE BOTH ESSENTIAL TO MAKE SURE THAT THE 3D PRINTER WILL RUN SMOOTHLY. Images courtesy of google images
Information courtesy of 3ders.org, And publicknowledge.org 1984 2012 First
3D printer. first stereolithography machine The 3d printer impacted Society Society by showing that this kind of stuff is possible. Also, they are using this invention to print foods, and body parts with a patients Cells. Given the right ingredients They are now also able to print food. First 3d printer made available to public, FDM also created this year. 1991- First LDM machine introduced First SLS machine introduced 1993- inkjet based machine created term 3d printer used for the first time for rapid prototyping machines 2005- first hd printer made available first 3d printer created that is able to use multiple layers First 3d car created, along with 3d printed blood vessels First 3d chocolate printer along with first 3d airplane. 3d printers also become smaller, some now weighing as little as 1.5 kg 2011 Airbus, CSIR, Aerosud to explore titanium 3D printing SPIDER FAB 2012 The Future Trends