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Few disruptive technologies have had such a game-changing impact on manufacturing. Download this on demand webinar to learn more about the reality of 3D printing, practical applications for ...

Few disruptive technologies have had such a game-changing impact on manufacturing. Download this on demand webinar to learn more about the reality of 3D printing, practical applications for manufacturers and what you need to know to make sure your IT infrastructure is ready for this next wave of technology. If 3D printing hasn’t changed your operating processes yet, it will.

Don’t be the last to leverage 3D printing technology. Learn how it will help you:

- Speed prototypes and product introduction
- Reduce costs of design engineering and development
- Produce one-of-a-kind replacement parts
- Supplement the supply chain for delivery of unique parts and components
- Speed development of specialized tools, machinery and equipment
Warren Smith, Infor Director for the Automotive Industry, hosted a panel discussion. Guests included representatives from 3D Systems, one of the pioneers in bringing 3D printing technology to market.

About Godlan
Godlan is a leading manufacturing performance specialist that has been implementing integrated technology solutions since 1984. As an approved Infor Gold Channel Partner with a focus on Infor SyteLine ERP, Godlan supports the implementation of world-class processes and best practices throughout discrete manufacturing organizations. For more information about Godlan, its mobile application InSync Anywhere, or Infor SyteLine ERP manufacturing software demos call 586-464-4400 or visit www.godlan.com

About Infor
Infor is fundamentally changing the way information is published and consumed in the enterprise, helping 70,000 customers in 194 countries improve operations, drive growth, and quickly adapt to changes in business demands. Infor offers deep industry-specific applications and suites, engineered for speed, and with an innovative user experience design that is simple, transparent, and elegant. Infor provides flexible deployment options that give customers a choice to run their businesses in the cloud, on-premises, or both.

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Panel Discussion: The impact of 3D printing on manufacturing and preparing your IT infrastructure Panel Discussion: The impact of 3D printing on manufacturing and preparing your IT infrastructure Presentation Transcript

  • 1Copyright © 2013. Infor. All Rights Reserved. www.infor.comCopyright © 2013. Infor. All Rights Reserved. www.infor.com 1 Pulse of Manufacturing: Preparing for the Future. How disruptive technologies like 3D printing will impact you and how to prepare
  • 2Copyright © 2013. Infor. All Rights Reserved. www.infor.com Panel Moderator - Warren Smith, Infor 2 Industry Director for Industrial Equipment and Automotive, Infor Warren has been with Infor for over 7 years and has 25+ years senior leadership experience in the automotive industry. His background includes thought leadership in the automotive Tier 1 as well as aftermarket manufacturing arenas. He has published a number of articles and papers that offer deep insight into manufacturing operations, innovation and the use of technology which organizations can adopt to better run their business. As he has a business background with one of the largest Tier 1 suppliers in the world, he is well versed in looking at the business requirements and working with organizations on developing and executing their business strategy. Currently Warren is responsible for Infor’s global automotive industry strategy.
  • 3Copyright © 2013. Infor. All Rights Reserved. www.infor.com Greg Elfering – 3D Systems 3 Vice President of Sales, Production Printers and Healthcare Solutions, 3D Systems Greg has been with 3D Systems for the past nine years. During his tenure at 3D Systems, he has held various Sales Management positions including Global Systems Sales, Healthcare Solutions, and On Demand Parts. Greg has also had the chance to run 3D Systems European Sales efforts where he lived and worked in Germany for two years. Previously, Greg has held Sales positions at Danaher and ITW related to technology in manufacturing. He holds a BS from the University of Wisconsin - Madison and an MBA from Lake Forest Graduate School. View slide
  • 4Copyright © 2013. Infor. All Rights Reserved. www.infor.com Navin Kulkarni, Infor Technology Strategist , Infor He is passionate about enterprise technology and is responsible for providing strategic insights to Infor’s Technology and Innovations team. Prior to joining Infor, Navin worked as a management consultant at Deloitte Consulting and as a software developer for a start-up, helping implement middle- ware solutions at major North American banks. Navin earned a MBA in Strategy and Operations Management from Georgia Institute of Technology and a Bachelor of Engineering in Computer Science from GIT, India. View slide
  • 5Copyright © 2013. Infor. All Rights Reserved. www.infor.comCopyright © 2013. Infor. All Rights Reserved. www.infor.com 5 Pulse of Manufacturing: Preparing for the Future. How disruptive technologies like 3D printing will impact you and how to prepare
  • 6Copyright © 2013. Infor. All Rights Reserved. www.infor.com Pulse of Manufacturing: Preparing for the Future. Today’s session • Introductions • Survey Results • Disruptive Manufacturing • 3D Printing ( Additive Manufacturing) • Q&A with Panel
  • 7Copyright © 2013. Infor. All Rights Reserved. www.infor.com Warren Smith 7 Industry Director for Industrial Equipment and Automotive Warren has been with Infor for over 7 years and has 25+ years senior leadership experience in the automotive industry. His background includes thought leadership in the automotive Tier 1 as well as aftermarket manufacturing arenas. He has published a number of articles and papers that offer deep insight into manufacturing operations, innovation and the use of technology which organizations can adopt to better run their business. As he has a business background with one of the largest Tier 1 suppliers in the world, he is well versed in looking at the business requirements and working with organizations on developing and executing their business strategy. Currently Warren is responsible for Infor’s global automotive industry strategy.
  • 8Copyright © 2013. Infor. All Rights Reserved. www.infor.comCopyright © 2013. Infor. All Rights Reserved. www.infor.com 8 Survey Results What you have told us Highlights of the Survey
  • 9Copyright © 2013. Infor. All Rights Reserved. www.infor.com What are your future plans for incorporating 3D printing into your processes? 50% 28% 6% 16% Waiting to see viability and benefits Currently researching and planning to incorporate in the future Actively pursuing and plan to implement in the near future Currently using and plan to increasingly use 3D printing
  • 10Copyright © 2013. Infor. All Rights Reserved. www.infor.com How do you think 3D printing will most impact your operations (choose one) 20 16 6 5 3 Speed prototyping and testing Enhance innovation and creative product engineering Reduce costs of product introduction Supplement the current supply chain Speed parts replacement 0 5 10 15 20 25
  • 11Copyright © 2013. Infor. All Rights Reserved. www.infor.com What is the key driving factor influencing your decision to deploy 3D printing? 19 14 8 6 3 High costs of product introductions and testing Seeking product differentiation and competitive edge Customer demand for faster innovation Need to speed supply chain delivery of parts and components Lack of availability of replacement parts 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20
  • 12Copyright © 2013. Infor. All Rights Reserved. www.infor.com What are key barriers to using 3D printing in your operations? (choose all that apply) 2 3 7 8 8 11 26 30 Doesn’t apply to my industry or needs Lack of support from company decision makers Training and skilled labor to run the equipment Uncertain how to integrate to existing IT systems Other_____________ Availability of resources, suppliers and supporting vendors Cost of equipment Understanding relevant applications and benefits 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35
  • 13Copyright © 2013. Infor. All Rights Reserved. www.infor.com How do you think 3D printing will impact your business over the next five years? 2% 12% 52% 20% 14% No impact Little impact Moderate impact Major impact Unsure
  • 14Copyright © 2013. Infor. All Rights Reserved. www.infor.com Do you think your current IT infrastructure is well- suited for adopting 3D printing technologies into your workflow? 20% 8% 34% 16% 22% Absolutely! Currently researching potential options to support our infrastructure Anticipate some modifications will likely be required Definitely not ready at the present time. Unsure
  • 15Copyright © 2013. Infor. All Rights Reserved. www.infor.com Which statement best matches your opinion about the viability and practical benefits of 3D printing? 12% 56% 32% I’m rather skeptical I’m optimistic and excited at the prospects I’m convinced this technology will have a major impact on the manufacturing industry
  • 16Copyright © 2013. Infor. All Rights Reserved. www.infor.comCopyright © 2013. Infor. All Rights Reserved. www.infor.com 16 Disruptive Manufacturing / Innovation Impact of 3D printing and other technology innovation
  • 17Copyright © 2013. Infor. All Rights Reserved. www.infor.com What is Disruptive Innovation / Manufacturing Disruptive innovation A disruptive innovation is an innovation that helps create a new market and value network, and eventually goes on to disrupt an existing market and value network (over a few years or decades), displacing an earlier technology. The term is used in business and technology literature to describe innovations that improve a product or service in ways that the market does not expect, typically first by designing for a different set of consumers in the new market and later by lowering prices in the existing market From Wikipedia
  • 18Copyright © 2013. Infor. All Rights Reserved. www.infor.com Manufacturing Challenges CORPORATE • Attract new/young employees (2009 downturn) • Revenue growth • Margin and Profit growth • Reduce product risk; business risk COMPLIANCE • Global Regulatory Requirements • TS-16949 Reduce Risk • Industry Standards: APQP, PPAP, FMEA • RoHS, WEEE OPERATIONS • Bring new products to market faster • Reduce Manufacturing costs • Shorter lifecycle • Complex Products and Supply Chains CUSTOMERS • Higher Value Products • Higher Quality • Lower Prices • Faster Delivery How can you be more competitive?
  • 19Copyright © 2013. Infor. All Rights Reserved. www.infor.com 3D Printing In the 27 years since, additive manufacturing has evolved from Hall's original concept into a thriving, diverse collection of techniques and technologies that fall under the "3-D printing" umbrella. These include fused deposition modeling, ink jet printing and laser sintering – technologies that have brought the power of 3-d printing everywhere from the home workshop to the factory floor.
  • 20Copyright © 2013. Infor. All Rights Reserved. www.infor.com Industries • Aerospace • Exotic Materials – less waste w/additive process • High value; Relatively low volume • Dental/Medical • Dental, Prosthetics, Filling • Mass customization; low volume • Automotive • Unique fabrication of repair parts • Fabrication of Tooling and Prototypes • Consumer specialty • Jewelry, Toys, Lampshades
  • 21Copyright © 2013. Infor. All Rights Reserved. www.infor.com 3D Systems – Greg Elfering 21 Vice President of Sales, Production Printers and Healthcare Solutions Greg has been with 3D Systems for the past nine years. During his tenure at 3D Systems, he has held various Sales Management positions including Global Systems Sales, Healthcare Solutions, and On Demand Parts. Greg has also had the chance to run 3D Systems European Sales efforts where he lived and worked in Germany for two years. Previously, Greg has held Sales positions at Danaher and ITW related to technology in manufacturing. He holds a BS from U Of Wisconsin - Madison and an MBA from Lake Forest Graduate School.
  • 2013年6月26日 Production 3D Content-To-Print Solutions
  • 23 7 Print Engines 7 Print Engines ~100 Performance Materials ~100 Performance Materials Expanding Technology Platform Expanding Technology Platform ~300 Resellers ~300 Resellers End-To-End 3D Content-To-Print Leader ~1,300 Patents ~1,300 Patents World Class Customers World Class Customers Global Footprint Global Footprint ~1000 Teammates ~1000 Teammates 23
  • 24 Integrated 3D Content-to-Print Solutions 24 Design Productivity Design Productivity 3D Printers3D Printers Print MaterialsPrint Materials On-Demand Parts On-Demand Parts Customer Looking for End to End SupportCustomer Looking for End to End Support
  • 25 PROFESSIONALPROFESSIONAL Price: $1,300 - $20,000 PERSONALPERSONAL Price: $20,000 - $250,000 PRODUCTIONPRODUCTION Price: $250,000 - $950,000 Lower price points High Performance Resulting In Unmatched 3D Printer Portfolio 25
  • 26 Widest Material Choices High-Definition, Snap-Fit Durable, High-Temperature Conformal StructuresBiocompatible Casting ~100 Materials~100 Materials WaxWax NylonNylon PlasticPlastic RubberRubber MetalMetal CompositeComposite High- Impact, Light-Weight 26
  • 27 Quickparts: Most Powerful On-Demand Parts Services Instant online quoting with proprietary, integrated sales and manufacturing platform Instant online quoting with proprietary, integrated sales and manufacturing platform Latest additive and traditional capabilities in nine locations worldwide Latest additive and traditional capabilities in nine locations worldwide Quick-turn manufacturing servicesQuick-turn manufacturing services Low-Volume Mid-volume High-Volume 27
  • 28 Best Integrated 3D Authoring Solutions Integrated capture, mesh, surface, model & verify tools 28
  • 29 Production Printers Unmatched Application Success - Mass Custom Manufacturing 29 Nonstructural Plastic Parts Prosthodontic Dental Models Mass Custom Manufacturing Patient Specific Surgical Tools Custom Orthodontic Tooling Global Coverage – Unmatched Industrial Scale Up Support
  • 30 SLA-Based Printers 4 Products – 7 Models 30 ProJet 6000 SD & HD Crossover product SLA part quality Printer functionality Small & compact ProJet 7000 SD & HD Crossover product SLA part quality Printer functionality Medium parts iPro 8000 High throughput Large parts Widest range of print materials Full range of build styles iPro 9000 D & XL Super high throughput Largest parts
  • ProJet7000 Large Build Capabilities 15” x 12.5” part in under 3 hours 14.25”Ø fan in single build
  • 32 Massive Single Piece Parts - Fast iPro 9000 XL Parts - 1500 x 750 x 550 mm 32
  • 33 Massive Single Piece Parts - Fast Ipro9000XL Parts Up To: 1500 x 750 x 550 mm 33 while still preserving minute detail
  • 34 Production Printers Focus On SLA – Broadest Range Of Applications 34 Monday Hollow Honeycomb Quickcast Pattern, sent to foundry for Aluminum Casting Casting
  • 35 Production Printers Focus On SLA – Broadest Range Of Applications 35 Tuesday Bluestone Ceramic Composite SLA models sent to Wind Tunnel Team Assembled and painted Ceramic
  • 36 Production Printers Focus On SLA – Broadest Range Of Applications 36 Wednesday Optically clear plastic for prototyping polycarbonate motorcycle head lamp lens Clear
  • 37 Production Printers Focus On SLA – Broadest Range Of Applications 37 Thursday Tough functional opaque high fidelity PP plastic prototype Tough
  • 38 Production Printers Focus On SLA – Broadest Range Of Applications 38 Friday Class VI resins bio- compatible Bio-Compatible
  • 39 Production Printers Focus On SLS – True Functional Thermoplastics 39 Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Mass Custom Manufacturing of Tough Flame Retardant ECS ducting True Elastomerics Bio-compatible patient specific surgical guides Hi end industrial design pieces
  • sPro60 SLS® Centers • Mid-size prototyping and manufacturing system • Optimized for speed and resolution • Outstanding flexibility • Small Footprint • Build size optimized for most parts: • 381 X 330 X 457 mm • 15 X 13 X 18 inch • Full upgradeability
  • DuraForm® PA & GF Plastics - Functional plastics DuraForm® EX Natural and Black Plastic - New super-tough plastic DuraForm® HST – New High Stiffness and strength plastic DuraForm® Flex Plastic - Rubber-like material CastForm® PS Plastic - Investment casting patterns 6/26/2013 Sintering Materials Portfolio
  • Production SLS Seat Performance sensor data almost exactly the same! Functional Prototypes - Child Seat Crash Testing
  • Enclosures, housings, and ducts benefit from the enhanced toughness • Shown above: Defog ducts (part of Environmental Control System) • 32+ EX parts per aircraft Photo courtesy of Bell Direct Manufacturing - Aerospace Flight Ducts
  • Component Consolidation - Traditional Approach 15 Parts 5 SKU’s 3 Custom Tools 10 Assembly Checks
  • 1 Parts 1 SKU’s 0 Custom Tools 1 Assembly Checks SLS Redesign - From 15 parts to one
  • 46 Why Do Top Designers Focus Almost Exclusively on SLS? 46
  • 47 High Speed & Throughput 47 Accuracy
  • 48 48 Reliable Quality and Toughness
  • Selective Laser Melting Overview Rapidly manufacture fully dense end-use metal parts with excellent surface finish, feature detail and tolerances. Choose from the largest range of metal alloys, including aluminum and titanium Systems Sinterstation® Pro DM125 SLM System Sinterstation® Pro DM250/300 SLM System Materials Aluminum (aerospace) Titanium (medical/dental) Cobalt Chrome (dental) Stainless steel (parts) Tool Steel (tooling)
  • DM125/250/300 Key Feature Overview Reliable powder re-coating system Easy to remove support structures Advanced scanning system (variable beam diameter in layer) Heated build platform 100, 200 or 400 Watt Infrared Fiber Laser Integrated Sifting Unit (DM250) Advanced Material System Upgrade Advanced Material Integrated Sifting Unit Upgrades (DM250)
  • 51 Questions 51 Design Productivity Design Productivity 3D Printers3D Printers Print MaterialsPrint Materials On-Demand Parts On-Demand Parts Next stepsNext steps
  • 2013年6月26日www.3dsystems.com NYSE: DDD
  • 53Copyright © 2013. Infor. All Rights Reserved. www.infor.com Recommended Requirements of Business Software for 3D printing • Flexible ERP • BOM and Routing – details to maintain material costs and process costs • ERP Planning and Scheduling ( including incremental changes of jobs running) • Procurement – raw materials – planning, purchasing execution • Engineering change management – ties to tool CAD / Tool paths • For Prototypes – project based manufacturing – scheduling, costing, ties to manufacturing • Integrated PLM • CAD to PLM and Then to ERP – insures proper version / design is built • Optimized design for cost • Shop floor control / SCADA • ERP to shop floor machines • Reporting from production
  • 54Copyright © 2013. Infor. All Rights Reserved. www.infor.com Flexible Technology • What does flexible architecture mean? • How does it support disruptive technologies, like 3D printing? • What should you look for in a flexible ERP system?
  • 55Copyright © 2013. Infor. All Rights Reserved. www.infor.comCopyright © 2013. Infor. All Rights Reserved. www.infor.com 55 Innovation @ Infor
  • 56Copyright © 2013. Infor. All Rights Reserved. www.infor.com Navin Kulkarni, Infor Technology Strategist , Infor He is passionate about enterprise technology and is responsible for providing strategic insights to Infor’s Technology and Innovations team. Prior to joining Infor, Navin worked as a management consultant at Deloitte Consulting and as a software developer for a start-up, helping implement middle- ware solutions at major North American banks. Navin earned a MBA in Strategy and Operations Management from Georgia Institute of Technology and a Bachelor of Engineering in Computer Science from GIT, India.
  • 57Copyright © 2013. Infor. All Rights Reserved. www.infor.com Infor innovation investment areas Internet architecture Specialised by industry Beauty as a competence
  • 58Copyright © 2013. Infor. All Rights Reserved. www.infor.com
  • 59Copyright © 2013. Infor. All Rights Reserved. www.infor.com All business objects are connected to the social network • People • Applications • Machines • Data Social Business Graph Objects in Network
  • 60Copyright © 2013. Infor. All Rights Reserved. www.infor.com Key Takeaways • 3D / additive manufacturing – beyond just prototypes • Integration of Engineering + ERP + machines • Flexibility to adapt ERP BOM and routing to additive manufacturing methods • Evaluate total supply chain to re-think how to optimize additive manufacturing • Control the Intellectual property
  • 61Copyright © 2013. Infor. All Rights Reserved. www.infor.com Thank you for attending. Q&A • Submit questions by phone or chat. • Presentations will be emailed to all participants. • Recordings of the event will be available shortly.
  • 62Copyright © 2013. Infor. All Rights Reserved. www.infor.com Next Webinar in the Pulse of Manufacturing Series “Regulation Compliance and Quality Control” July 25, 11 am EDT Register at www.infor.com/Events
  • 63Copyright © 2013. Infor. All Rights Reserved. www.infor.com Visit Manufacturing Matters blog Read more about this topic, including additional survey results and how Infor ERP solutions help you prepare for the Future of Manufacturing. http://blogs.infor.com/manufacturing_matters/
  • 64Copyright © 2013. Infor. All Rights Reserved. www.infor.com New E-brief “Keeping Pace with the Manufacturing Evolution” http://go.infor.com/erp-keeping-pace-ebrief/
  • 65Copyright © 2013. Infor. All Rights Reserved. www.infor.com