Why this tutorial?
Research in Embedded system
Custom hardware  custom enclosure
System deployments  novel solutions
Is ...
3D printing is becoming
very popular
Different technologies
Fused Deposition
Modeling (FDM)
Creates models by
heating and extruding a
flament of plastic
materi...
Different technologies
Stereolitography
Produces models by
tracing a beam of UV
light over a
photosensitive pool of
liquid...
Different technologies
Selective Laser Sintering
(SLS)
Similar to
stereolithography
replacing the UV light with
a laser an...
Different technologies
Solar Sinter Project
Use the sun rays instead
of a laser
Different technologies
Laminated Object
Manufacturing (LOM)
Machines cut and glue
thousands of sheets of
material together...
Printing size
Small Big
Green technology?
Filabot
A 3D plastic extrusion
system for mostly any
type of recyclable
plastic, to make usable
3D print...
What can be printed?
Organs (organovo.com)
Food (Choc Creator)
Music instruments (kalimba)
Furniture (lamps)
Clothing and ...
What can be printed?
Velcro
The velcro is printed with
0.3mm ABS with a MK6
extruder on a Makerbot.
What can be printed?
Flexible grids
Done with a Grasshopper
defnition that used the
grid components to
create a set of fle...
What WE can print?
Enclosure
Replacement parts
Data
…
How we create a 3D
model?
3D scanning
Generation
Fractal
Scripting
From Data
Existing shapes
Thingverse.com
Parametric des...
Design tools
Design
Blender
Rhino
Sketchup
Open JS cad
Slice (Slic3r)
Control the printer
(Pronterface)
Design problems
Support material
Errors in the 3D model
(normals)
Printer setting (speed &
temperature)
Shifting
Resolutio...
Our equipment
Reprap (Prusa Mendel)
Opensource
Based on arduino
Printable parts
Slic3r and Pronterface
Opensource
Multipla...
Tool chain
! Modeler Slicer
Printer
driver
OpenScad
OpenJScad
Tinkercad
Sketchup
Blender
….
Slic3r
….
Pronterface
Repetier...
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3dprint tutorial

  1. 1. Why this tutorial? Research in Embedded system Custom hardware  custom enclosure System deployments  novel solutions Is 3D printing is a tool that can empower our research?
  2. 2. 3D printing is becoming very popular
  3. 3. Different technologies Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) Creates models by heating and extruding a flament of plastic material Materials: PLA, ABS (diameter
  4. 4. Different technologies Stereolitography Produces models by tracing a beam of UV light over a photosensitive pool of liquid. Over time the part is lowered into the bath. Very expensive resin
  5. 5. Different technologies Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) Similar to stereolithography replacing the UV light with a laser and a vat of liquid with a powdered base. From stainless steel to gold, ceramic, rubber and plastic (stainless steel costs ~ $10/cm3)
  6. 6. Different technologies Solar Sinter Project Use the sun rays instead of a laser
  7. 7. Different technologies Laminated Object Manufacturing (LOM) Machines cut and glue thousands of sheets of material together to form solids, sometimes with standard A4 paper. STAPPLES
  8. 8. Printing size Small Big
  9. 9. Green technology? Filabot A 3D plastic extrusion system for mostly any type of recyclable plastic, to make usable 3D printing filament by grinding, melting, extruding the plastic filament.
  10. 10. What can be printed? Organs (organovo.com) Food (Choc Creator) Music instruments (kalimba) Furniture (lamps) Clothing and shoes Optics (from Disney Research)
  11. 11. What can be printed? Velcro The velcro is printed with 0.3mm ABS with a MK6 extruder on a Makerbot.
  12. 12. What can be printed? Flexible grids Done with a Grasshopper defnition that used the grid components to create a set of flexible triangular, square, and hexagonal grids.
  13. 13. What WE can print? Enclosure Replacement parts Data …
  14. 14. How we create a 3D model? 3D scanning Generation Fractal Scripting From Data Existing shapes Thingverse.com Parametric design
  15. 15. Design tools Design Blender Rhino Sketchup Open JS cad Slice (Slic3r) Control the printer (Pronterface)
  16. 16. Design problems Support material Errors in the 3D model (normals) Printer setting (speed & temperature) Shifting Resolution vs. Time Layer orientation
  17. 17. Our equipment Reprap (Prusa Mendel) Opensource Based on arduino Printable parts Slic3r and Pronterface Opensource Multiplatform Pre-configured +/-
  18. 18. Tool chain ! Modeler Slicer Printer driver OpenScad OpenJScad Tinkercad Sketchup Blender …. Slic3r …. Pronterface Repetier …. stl gcode

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