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Transcript of 3d print
MULTIPLE PRODUCTS FORMS THAT CAN´T BE PRODUCED ANY OTHER WAY "IMPOSSIBLE" SHAPES MECHANICAL PIECES PRINTED OUT ASSAMBLED moving parts TOTAL CUSTOMIZATION ABILITY "exactly what i need" IT IS PRETTY FAST Speed -Time to market
-Faster user entry barrier disadvantages ALMOST EVERYTHING IS POSSIBLE material options It is possible to print
-Combinations Price resolution strength material/color quality scale + + + = Software skills 3D MODELING ETC. OPTIONS: -Learn it
-Use simpler modeling tools
-Odo-> Codo environment
-Download prepared designs ULTIMAKER PRINTERBOT UP! 3D PLUS PRINTER THE CUBE (3D SYSTEMS) CB - PRINTER MAKERBOT OBJET 24/PRO POLYMERS
-Combinations SMALLER SCALE LARGER SCALE scale/resolution data inspiration REPRAP that product everybody has data STL (MODELED ON COMPUTER)
CODO EDITED DATA
ULTRASOUND DESIGNER BUILDABILITY
CREATING EDITNIG ENVIRONMENT DEFINING 1st BARRIERS user KNOWS HOW KNOWS WHAT PARTICIPATES ON DESIGN VERY EARLY
TAKES MAXIMUM CONTROL AVAILABLE
EXPERIENCE CREATION !
SHARES WITH COMUNITY DEFINING 2nd BARRIERS KOMUNITY FEEDBACK FEEDBACK LIKE
COMMENT market research estimated sales designing prototyping calculating bussines plan advertising campaingn manufacturing # of identical products shiping filling stocks selling feedback industrial manufacturing 3D printing my
i can share with everyone designer's role in desktop/local
maintaining products we own
reducing dependence on global industry
consuming without need of infrastructure
reducing energy consumption
zero waste Chair research Chair made from standardized wooden pieces connected with 3D printed parts 1. Principle problems too big
support structure and construction does not correspond with potentialities of 3D print
is the wooden board needed? backrest language does not fit the rest of the chair uniting design into two ingredients primitive wooden pieces advanced 3D printed parts minimalistic approach Looks better Printed parts still not thought through - they do not fit the technology The support part is getting so large that the board is not needed BORING ! Aestheticaly united to fulfill potentials of 3D print, i need to create 3D printed parts with more advanced inner structures that can not be produced any other way 3. experimenting with honeycomb 1 2 ! structural requirements ! increase density in critical areas overall stiffness and solidity comfort, bloodflow, aesthetics