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The Step from 3D-4D Printing

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Edward Wang

on 18 July 2013

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CNN Report
The Step from 3D-4D
design by Dóri Sirály for Prezi
What is 4D Printing?
Defined by the Creator
Skylar Tibbits: "4D printing is just like 3D printing, but the difference is what comes after.
Director of the self assembly lab of MIT
What is 3D printing?
Results of nature's first 3D printer.
The Natural 3D Printing, Made by 80,000 Honey Bees
3D Printing is created by stacking thin layers of material on top of each other, which is called an additive process.
Types of 3D Printing
3d printing allows things to be made more quickly and easily, and is rapidly changing the way people look at creating. Scientists and some businesses are using 3d printers for:

Printable Materials
Photo Polymer
Bio Ink
Medical Procedures:

March 2011- 3D Printed Kidney
Feb 2012-Custom Transplant of Lower Jaw
May 2013-Working human ears created by combine "bio-printed organic materials" and electronics.
Skull Beak Limb

In House manufacturing.
No more mass productions.

Used in Skyfall so the real Aston Martin will not be damaged. .

Joshua Harris: Developer of Clothing Printer
What's Next?
Similar to 3D printing, but combined with the capability that allows the parts to self assemble and re-assemble into a number of products.
Possible Usages:
How it Works
Synthetic Organs?
Made by living cells
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