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3D-PRINTING

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Zatil Rahima

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Transcript of 3D-PRINTING

3D PRINTING?
do you KNOW ABOUT IT?
THE BIRTH OF 3D PRINTING
CHARLES W. HULL
OTHER SIMILAR TECHNOLOGIES
1993, Massachusets Institute of Technology (MIT)
patented 3 Dimensional Printing Techniques
CURRENT AND FUTURE
CONSTRUCTION AND ARCHITECTURE
GLOBAL IMPACT
PROS AND CONS
PROS
3D PRINTING

3 DIMENSIONAL PRINTING


BY : NUR IZATILRAHIMA BINTI MAT RAHIM

PRINT
ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING
TECHNOLOGY
3D object created
layers by layers
HOW DOES IT WORK?
MATERIALS
PLATINUM
ACRYLIC PLASTIC
BRASS
BRONZE
CASTABLE WAX
ELASTO PLASTIC
FROSTED DETAIL PLASTIC
FULL COLOR SANDSTONE
GOLD
PORCELAIN CERAMIC
PLATED METAL
SILVER
STEEL
CHUCK HULL
Invents stereo lithography
Idea from photopolymers
solidify under ultraviolet light
many layers of
acrylic
hardened one after another with targeted
UV light
from a
laser beam
1996


Genisys - Stratasys
ACTUA 2100 - 3D System
Z402 - Z CORPORATION
CONS
MANUFACTURING OPTIONS
REDUCED COST
SAVE TIME AND ENERGY
MEDICAL
FEWER MANUFACTURING JOBS
DANGEROUS ITEMS
COPYRIGHT
"THERE'S LIMIT TO EVERYTHING"
- CHARLES HULL
Expensive hardware and materials
Required CAD Designer
BIOMEDICAL ENGINEER
AEROSPACE AND AUTOMOBILE MANUFACTURING
AEROSPACE
AUTOMOBILE
PRODUCT PROTOTYPING
FOOD
CONCLUSION
REFERENCES


Gaurav Tyagi. (n.d.). 3D Printing Technology. Compilation of 3D Printing .
Honka, A. (2014). History of 3D Printing : The Free Beginner's Guide. New York: 2012-2015 3D Printing Industry Reproduction.
"United States Census, 1820", database with images, FamilySearch(https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:XHLV-P5D : accessed 1 November 2015), Charles W Hull, 1820.
Freedman, David H. "Layer By Layer." Technology Review 115.1 (2012): 50–53.Academic Search Premier. Web. 26 July 2013.
"Concept Modeling, Realistic 3D Printed Models | Stratasys". www.stratasys.com. Retrieved 2015-09-29.
CELLS
NEED SCREWS?
COFFEE TABLE?
JUST PRESS
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