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Transcript of 3D Printing
The term "3D printing" was coined at MIT in 1995 when then graduate students Jim Bredt and Tim Anderson modified an inkjet printer to extrude a binding solution onto a bed of powder, rather than ink onto paper. The ensuing patent led to the creation of modern 3D printing companies Z Corporation (founded by Bredt and Anderson) and ExOne. Example: Torus Design Choose
material Print Infinite loop Food Ice Plastic Sugar Metal REFERENCES Cells http://www.makerbot.com
http://www.reprap.org/wiki/RepRap Ceramic . . . Home Online
service  Moilanen, J. & Vadén, T.
Manufacturing in motion: first survey on the 3D printing community,
Statistical Studies of Peer Production, 2012
 Ed Sells, Zach Smith, Sebastien Bailard, Adrian Bowyer, Vik Olliver,
RepRap: The Replicating Rapid Prototyper: Maximizing
Customizability by Breeding the Means of Production,
HANDBOOK OF RESEARCH IN MASS CUSTOMIZATION AND PERSONALIZATION, 2010
 Evan Malone, Hod Lipson,
Fab@Home: the personal desktop fabricator kit,
Rapid Prototyping Journal, 2007 Fab@home Reprap Makerbot Examples Advantages
Drawbacks Changes in
society Will we be able to print firearms in a future in our own homes? - Personal home printing
- Open Source community
- Changes in consumer society
Creation of new organs 1. Objects that are not possible to be built in any other way.
2. No wasted material in the fabrication. Medicine: Industry: