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3D Printing

This is a high level overview of 3D printing. It is an additive manufacturing method that enables the production of physical 3-dimensional objects from digital models. It's also the future.

Jason Youmans

on 21 March 2013

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3D Printing

Charleston Technology Group

By: Jason Youmans What is it? 3D printing is an additive manufacturing method that
enables the production of physical 3-dimensional objects
from digital models.

The Future. Printing Methods Extrusion
Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM)

Light Polymerised
Stereolithography (STL) Fused Deposition Modeling Stereolithography http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Stereolithography_apparatus.jpg http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:FDM_by_Zureks.png History of 3D Printing The Birth of 3D Printing 1984 2002 First Parts Created 3D Kidney 1992 Open Source Collaboration 2005 Prosthetic Jaw Implanted 2012 Nanoscale Printing 2013 Charles Hull, co-founder of 3D Systems invents SLA. The first SLA product is produced by 3D Systems. Scientists engineer a miniature
functional kidney that is able to
filter blood and produce diluted
urine in an animal. Dr. Adrian Bowyer at University of Bath founds RepRap, an open-source initiative to build a 3D printer that can print most of its own components. Last year, a group of researchers at the Vienna University of Technology in Austria refined a 3D printing technique to create sophisticated structures (an F1 racecar and a cathedral) smaller than dust mites in about 4 minutes. Now a company called Nanoscribe has created a commercial printer with comparable capabilities. Doctors and engineers use a 3D printer to print a customized prosthetic lower jaw, which is implanted into an 83-year old woman suffering from a chronic bone infection. Partial Source: http://individual.troweprice.com/public/Retail/Planning-&-Research/Connections/3D-Printing/Infographic 3D Data Processing Flow STL
STEP Slicer G-Code Working with Existing Data Obtaining New Data MakerBot - 3D Consumer Scanner
Currently a prototype, but should launch for $2k
Faro Technologies
Professional and large scale measurement
http://www.faro.com/en-us/products/metrology Resources Printer Comparison Matrix
http://www.3ders.org/pricecompare/3dprinters/ Most current solution can easily work with most common CAD output formats. Great if you are a CAD expert, otherwise, not so great.
Automatically work with common object designs and manipulate them programmatically using a REST based API (https://parametricparts.com) Monetize Your Work http://www.shapeways.com/ Printer Model Comparison Model Sharing Sites
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