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3D Printing in Context - the Content to Make Ecosystem
3D Printing in Context - the Content to Make Ecosystem
3D Printing in Context - the Content to Make Ecosystem
3D Printing in Context - the Content to Make Ecosystem
3D Printing in Context - the Content to Make Ecosystem
3D Printing in Context - the Content to Make Ecosystem
3D Printing in Context - the Content to Make Ecosystem
3D Printing in Context - the Content to Make Ecosystem
3D Printing in Context - the Content to Make Ecosystem
3D Printing in Context - the Content to Make Ecosystem
3D Printing in Context - the Content to Make Ecosystem
3D Printing in Context - the Content to Make Ecosystem
3D Printing in Context - the Content to Make Ecosystem
3D Printing in Context - the Content to Make Ecosystem
3D Printing in Context - the Content to Make Ecosystem
3D Printing in Context - the Content to Make Ecosystem
3D Printing in Context - the Content to Make Ecosystem
3D Printing in Context - the Content to Make Ecosystem
3D Printing in Context - the Content to Make Ecosystem
3D Printing in Context - the Content to Make Ecosystem
3D Printing in Context - the Content to Make Ecosystem
3D Printing in Context - the Content to Make Ecosystem
3D Printing in Context - the Content to Make Ecosystem
3D Printing in Context - the Content to Make Ecosystem
3D Printing in Context - the Content to Make Ecosystem
3D Printing in Context - the Content to Make Ecosystem
3D Printing in Context - the Content to Make Ecosystem
3D Printing in Context - the Content to Make Ecosystem
3D Printing in Context - the Content to Make Ecosystem
3D Printing in Context - the Content to Make Ecosystem
3D Printing in Context - the Content to Make Ecosystem
3D Printing in Context - the Content to Make Ecosystem
3D Printing in Context - the Content to Make Ecosystem
3D Printing in Context - the Content to Make Ecosystem
3D Printing in Context - the Content to Make Ecosystem
3D Printing in Context - the Content to Make Ecosystem
3D Printing in Context - the Content to Make Ecosystem
3D Printing in Context - the Content to Make Ecosystem
3D Printing in Context - the Content to Make Ecosystem
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3D Printing in Context - the Content to Make Ecosystem

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3D printing is one part of the broader content to make ecosystem. Tools are need to capture or create content, to easily modify it, as well as to print it - and advancements have been made on each of …

3D printing is one part of the broader content to make ecosystem. Tools are need to capture or create content, to easily modify it, as well as to print it - and advancements have been made on each of these fronts which are allowing for acceleration in 3D printable objects.

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  • 1. The 3D Printing Ecosystem Excitement in Context UNC Wilmington – Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship Thursday April 16th, 2014 @ 4pm
  • 2. 3 From: Framing the Challenge: Towards a National Network of Manufacturing Institutes, Mike Molnar, Director, Advanced Manufacturing National Program
  • 3. 4 From: Framing the Challenge: Towards a National Network of Manufacturing Institutes, Mike Molnar, Director, Advanced Manufacturing National Program Office, Chief Manufacturing Officer, NIST
  • 4. Image courtesy flickr user Meer, CC BY-NC-SA 2.0
  • 5. •What is 3D Printing? • a/k/a Additive Manufacturing •Understand the ecosystem •Market sizing •Key trends •Take aways/more info •Your questions! Image courtesy flickr user ToniVC, CC BY-NC-ND 2.0
  • 6. Image courtesy flickr user smileham, CC BY-NC 2.0
  • 7. From http://www.printingin3d.be Table from Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/3D_printing
  • 8. Image from Mcor Image from 3D Systems Image from EnvisionTEC Image from Stratasys Image from Stratasys Image from 3D Systems Functional Prototypes Concept Modeling Image from Stratasys Image credit NASA Glenn Research Center Image from EOS Images from VoxelJet Images from EnvisionTEC Manufacturing Tooling Direct Part Production
  • 9. Aerospace Automotive Dental and Medical Consumer Products Commercial Products “High Value” Mfg Education Makers + Consumer Architecture and Art
  • 10. From Stratasys May 2013 Investor Day Presentation Content to Make Ecosystem
  • 11. Image courtesy flickr user Matthew Stones, CC BY-NC 2.0 Image courtesy flickr user Creative Tools, CC BY 2.0 “HP uses a razor blade business model: printers are sold at low cost, encouraging frequent upgrades to a wide array of printers with non-standard ink cartridge or toner fittings. HP then generates a recurring stream of revenue from cartridge sales. The economics of HP's printing business are phenomenal. To put it in perspective, printer ink costs more than blood by volume and more than caviar by weight.” – Brendan Matthews, Motley Fool Image courtesy flickr userPaul Nicholson , CC BYNC 2.0
  • 12. Underlying charts used with permission from Terry Wohlers and his 2013 Report. All Rights Reserved by Wohlers Associates, Inc. CAGR additions are my own. Professional Printers ~10K units in 2014 Consumer/Hobbyist ~100K units in 2014
  • 13. 6 to >30!
  • 14. Image courtesy flickr user annnna_, CC BY-NC-ND 2.0)
  • 15. Key Trend Democratization of low cost 3D capture devices and solutions Market Expression Low cost sensors + real time model and scene reconstruction (Intel Real Sense 2H FY14, Apple/PrimeSense ecosystem, Softkinetic, Photogrammetry, Light Field) Additional reconstruction algorithms (e.g. Kinect Fusion SDK, Reconstructme, Skanect, PCL Libraries + KinFu, Meshlab)
  • 16. Key Trend Democratization of low cost 3D capture devices and solutions Market Expression Low cost sensors + real time model and scene reconstruction (Intel Real Sense 2H FY14, Apple/PrimeSense ecosystem, Softkinetic, Photogrammetry, Light Field) Additional reconstruction algorithms (e.g. Kinect Fusion SDK, Reconstructme, Skanect, PCL Libraries + KinFu, Meshlab) New processing and interaction paradigms GPU compute a critical enabler for newest reconstruction techniques
  • 17. 4,500  1,400,000,000 Newest NVIDIA Kepler GK110 architecture has 7.1 billion transistors. The original Intel 8080 had 4,500 (1974) and a quad core + GPU Intel i7 has roughly 1.4 billion (2012). Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Transistor_count GPU computing offers unprecedented application performance by offloading compute-intensive portions of the application to the GPU, while the remainder of the code still runs on the CPU. From a user's perspective, applications simply run significantly faster. CPU + GPU is a powerful combination because CPUs consist of a few cores optimized for serial processing, while GPUs consist of thousands of smaller, more efficient cores designed for parallel performance. Serial portions of the code run on the CPU while parallel portions run on the GPU. Image and text from: http://www.nvidia.com/object/what-isgpu-computing.html and http://www.nvidia.com/content/PDF/kepler/NVIDIA-KeplerGK110-Architecture-Whitepaper.pdf
  • 18. Key Trend Democratization of low cost 3D capture devices and solutions Market Expression Low cost sensors + real time model and scene reconstruction (Intel Real Sense 2H FY14, Apple/PrimeSense ecosystem, Softkinetic, Photogrammetry, Light Field) Additional reconstruction algorithms (e.g. Kinect Fusion SDK, Reconstructme, Skanect, PCL Libraries + KinFu, Meshlab) New processing and interaction paradigms Democratization of 3D printing + Maker’s Movement GPU compute a critical enabler for newest reconstruction techniques Sub $1K 3D printers, first consumer resin printers, 3D print service bureaus (in-store and remote); Makers: The Industrial Revolution, Techshops and Maker Faires, Rasberry Pi + Arduino, Lego Mindstorms, Minecraft – “we were born makers”
  • 19. Key Trend Democratization of low cost 3D capture devices and solutions Market Expression Low cost sensors + real time model and scene reconstruction (Intel Real Sense 2H FY14, Apple/PrimeSense ecosystem, Softkinetic, Photogrammetry, Light Field) Additional reconstruction algorithms (e.g. Kinect Fusion SDK, Reconstructme, Skanect, PCL Libraries + KinFu, Meshlab) New processing and interaction paradigms Democratization of 3D printing + Maker’s Movement GPU compute a critical enabler for newest reconstruction techniques Sub $1K 3D printers, first consumer resin printers, 3D print service bureaus (in-store and remote); Makers: The Industrial Revolution, Techshops and Maker Faires, Rasberry Pi + Arduino, Lego Mindstorms, Minecraft – “we were born makers” “Gamified” content capture, 123D Catch and Make, Tinkercad, SketchUp, Shapeways Creator, creation and modification Occipital Sense tools
  • 20. Key Trend Democratization of low cost 3D capture devices and solutions Market Expression Low cost sensors + real time model and scene reconstruction (Intel Real Sense 2H FY14, Apple/PrimeSense ecosystem, Softkinetic, Photogrammetry, Light Field) Additional reconstruction algorithms (e.g. Kinect Fusion SDK, Reconstructme, Skanect, PCL Libraries + KinFu, Meshlab) New processing and interaction paradigms Democratization of 3D printing + Maker’s Movement GPU compute a critical enabler for newest reconstruction techniques Sub $1K 3D printers, first consumer resin printers, 3D print service bureaus (in-store and remote); Makers: The Industrial Revolution, Techshops and Maker Faires, Rasberry Pi + Arduino, Lego Mindstorms, Minecraft – “we were born makers” “Gamified” content capture, creation and modification tools Crowd sourced design and open source 3D content communities 123D Catch and Make, Tinkercad, SketchUp, Shapeways Creator, Occipital Sense Quirky, 3D content communities like GrabCAD, Thingiverse, and 3D Warehouse (among others) as well as forward thinking companies
  • 21. Used with permission from the presentation titled The Software Defined Supply Chain by Paul Brody, Global Industry Leader at IBM for Electronics delivered at the Siemens PLM Innovation Conference (March 2013)
  • 22. Used with permission from the presentation titled The Software Defined Supply Chain by Paul Brody, Global Industry Leader at IBM for Electronics delivered at the Siemens PLM Innovation Conference (March 2013)
  • 23. Key Trend Democratization of low cost 3D capture devices and solutions Market Expression Low cost sensors + real time model and scene reconstruction (Intel Real Sense 2H FY14, Apple/PrimeSense ecosystem, Softkinetic, Photogrammetry, Light Field) Additional reconstruction algorithms (e.g. Kinect Fusion SDK, Reconstructme, Skanect, PCL Libraries + KinFu, Meshlab) New processing and interaction paradigms Democratization of 3D printing + Maker’s Movement GPU compute a critical enabler for newest reconstruction techniques Sub $1K 3D printers, first consumer resin printers, 3D print service bureaus (in-store and remote); Makers: The Industrial Revolution, Techshops and Maker Faires, Rasberry Pi + Arduino, Lego Mindstorms, Minecraft – “we were born makers” “Gamified” content capture, creation and modification tools Crowd sourced design and open source 3D content communities Accelerating investment in 3D capture and printing technologies 123D Catch and Make, Tinkercad, SketchUp, Shapeways Creator, Occipital Sense Quirky, 3D content communities like GrabCAD, Thingiverse, and 3D Warehouse (among others) as well as forward thinking companies Crowd funded: B9 Creator, 3D Doodler, LynxA, Matterform, Fuel3D VC: Makerbot, Mcor, Form 1, Occipital, Floored, more coming!
  • 24. Key Trend Democratization of low cost 3D capture devices and solutions Market Expression Low cost sensors + real time model and scene reconstruction (Intel Real Sense 2H FY14, Apple/PrimeSense ecosystem, Softkinetic, Photogrammetry, Light Field) Additional reconstruction algorithms (e.g. Kinect Fusion SDK, Reconstructme, Skanect, PCL Libraries + KinFu, Meshlab) New processing and interaction paradigms Democratization of 3D printing + Maker’s Movement GPU compute a critical enabler for newest reconstruction techniques Sub $1K 3D printers, first consumer resin printers, 3D print service bureaus (in-store and remote); Makers: The Industrial Revolution, Techshops and Maker Faires, Rasberry Pi + Arduino, Lego Mindstorms, Minecraft – “we were born makers” “Gamified” content capture, creation and modification tools Crowd sourced design and open source 3D content communities Accelerating investment in 3D capture and printing technologies 123D Catch and Make, Tinkercad, SketchUp, Shapeways Creator, Occipital Sense Overarching policy issues Intellectual property, societal (e.g. 3D printed guns) and everything in between Quirky, 3D content communities like GrabCAD, Thingiverse, and 3D Warehouse (among others) as well as forward thinking companies Crowd funded: B9 Creator, 3D Doodler, LynxA, Matterform, Fuel3D VC: Makerbot, Mcor, Form 1, Occipital, Floored, more coming!
  • 25. (Free) Falling Cost of Data Capture 3D Printing Explosion Intellectual Property Issues
  • 26. Maker/Consumer Enterprise Entire process is still too complex Too slow Not enough content to print Better and more materials choices (w/engineered materials) Too slow Inspection feedback loop Generally poor materials and surface finish Bigger build volumes Expensive to operate IP clearance and provenance concerns Lack of the “killer” app Too expensive for majority of direct part production
  • 27. Wikicommons user Achim Hering – “Utter Befuddlement”
  • 28. Underlying image courtesy flickr user lestaylorphoto CC BY-NC-ND 2.0). Other
  • 29. • This is exciting, transformative stuff! • Learn/think about the entire ecosystem • Hype and reality – plenty of both • Opportunities “within” the 3D printing ecosystem + transformative businesses leveraging the tech • Ask questions, we are all relatively new flickr user mayeesh at this! Image courtesy , CC BY-NC-ND 2.0)
  • 30. tom@3dsolver.com @TomKurke http://www.linkedin.com/in/tomkurke www.3dsolver.com Image courtesy Wikicommons user Tano4595
  • 31. Image courtesy flickr user Ava Woolaver, CC BY-NC-ND 2.0)

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