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When Additive Manufacturing and 3D Printing Makes Sense and When It Doesn’t

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This presentation gave an overview of technologies currently available and their use in industry, while highlighting the differences between 3D Printing & Additive Manufacturing. …

This presentation gave an overview of technologies currently available and their use in industry, while highlighting the differences between 3D Printing & Additive Manufacturing.

From the 2013 Taking Shape Summit: Additive Manufacturing: 3D Printing--Beyond Rapid Prototyping.

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  • 1. Featured Presentation Ryan Larson NIKE, Inc – Manufacturing Innovation
  • 2. When Additive Manufacturing & 3D Printing Makes Sense Ryan Larson Process Engineer Additive Manufacturing Innovation NIKE, Inc.
  • 3. Additive Manufacturing: Agenda ` My Background: From Look-See to Game Day Additive Manufacturing & 3D Printing: What is it? Additive Manufacturing: When Does It Make Sense? Additive Manufacturing: The Future… Wrap Up: Summary & Questions
  • 4. Additive Manufacturing: [My Background]
  • 5. Bemidji State University [Model Making]
  • 6. BSU [Architectural Models]
  • 7. BSU [Scaled Engineering Models]
  • 8. BSU [Photo Quality Models]
  • 9. BSU [3D Printing Introduction]
  • 10. My Background: [Internship]
  • 11. JCI [Tradeshow Models]
  • 12. JCI [Tradeshow Models]
  • 13. My Background: [Professional]
  • 14. Yakima Racks [Marketing & Engineering]
  • 15. Burton Snowboards [On Snow Prototypes]
  • 16. NIKE [Vapor Laser Talon]
  • 17. Additive Manufacturing: What is it?
  • 18. Additive manufacturing or 3D printing is a process of making a three-dimensional solid object of virtually any shape from a digital model. 3D printing is achieved using an additive process, where successive layers of material are laid down in different shapes. 3D printing is also considered distinct from traditional machining techniques, which mostly rely on the removal of material by methods such as cutting or drilling (subtractive processes). - Wikipedia Definition For Additive Manufacuring With all the attention 3D printing has attracted, it’s important to point out where the technology works and where it is going. Prototyping has been the technology’s biggest application, thus the name rapid prototyping, and it remains a key category. The fastestgrowing application, however, is in the actual manufacturing of parts for final products. In just 10 years, this important application has grown from almost nothing to more than 28% of the total global product and service revenues, according to our research for Wohlers Report 2013. The manufacturing of final parts, rather than prototyping, is where the manufacturing money is, and it is the most significant part of AM’s future. – Terry Wohlers: Wohlers Associates - 2013 Additive Manufacturing & 3DP [What is it?]
  • 19. “Product created specifically to take advantage of Additive Manufacturing’s benefits for final product” Common Drivers For AM: • Organically Designed Geometries • Personalization/Customization • Small Batch/Limited Quantities • High Value/High Complexity Products • Design/Weight/Strength Optimization Additive Manufacturing [For Today @ ]
  • 20. Additive Manufacturing: Technologies
  • 21. [SLA] [FDM] XXXX [Jetting] [SLS]
  • 22. Additive Manufacturing: Industry Examples
  • 23. SLA [Stereolithography]
  • 24. SLA [Hearing Aids]
  • 25. SLA [Custom Orthodontics]
  • 26. Jetting[PolyJet & InkJet]
  • 27. Jetting [FigurePrints]
  • 28. Jetting [Disney]
  • 29. Jetting [Surgical Planning Models]
  • 30. Jetting [Special Effects]
  • 31. Jetting [Wax Master Patterns]
  • 32. Jetting [Architectural Models]
  • 33. Jetting [Injection Tooling]
  • 34. FDM [Fused Depostion Modeling]
  • 35. FDM [Aerospace Ducts]
  • 36. FDM [Assembly Jigs]
  • 37. FDM (Unmanned Aircraft)
  • 38. SLA DMLS [Direct Metal Laser Sintering]
  • 39. DMLS [Dental Implants]
  • 40. DMLS [Hip Replacement Parts]
  • 41. DMLS [Cranial Implants]
  • 42. DMLS [Titanium Finger Implants
  • 43. DMLS [Knee Implants]
  • 44. DMLS [Optimized Hinge Design]
  • 45. DMLS [Aerospace Engine & Rocket Engines]
  • 46. SLS [Plastic Laser Sintering]
  • 47. SLS [Video]
  • 48. SLS [iPhone & iPad Cases]
  • 49. SLS [Automotive Under Hood] XXXX
  • 50. SLS [Aerospace Ducts]
  • 51. SLS [Prosthetic Fairings]
  • 52. SLS [Athletic Footwear]
  • 53. SLS [Surgery Drilling Guides]
  • 54. SLS [Designer Furniture]
  • 55. [SLS] Guitars by Olaf Diegel
  • 56. SLS [Fashion]
  • 57. SLS [Athletic Footwear]
  • 58. Additive Manufacturing: The Future
  • 59. Additive Manufacturing & 3D Printing: What’s Next? • • • • • • • • • • New Disruptive Technologies Revolutionary Technology Developments Expanded Materials Pallettes Larger Platforms & Higher Throughput More Options For Tooling Key Patents Expiration Open Source Platform Options More Aerospace Applications Further FDA Approval For Implants Low Cost Alternatives From Asia
  • 60. Summary
  • 61. Questions?