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  • Opening Statement: Rapid Development Better, faster cheaper… In today’s business climate, companies must bring new products to market on a much more stream-lined schedule. However, it is not just a matter of bringing products to market better-faster-cheaper, but also of maintaining a high level of clinical efficacy while also advancing the state of the technology. RP is a communication tool. Good, clear communication is fundamental to doing the job right. Good, clear communication is the fundamental element to doing a project good, fast and cheap . VOC - LEAN

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  • 1. Rapid Development David P Pollock 28 JUN 06
  • 2. Agenda
    • What is Rapid Prototyping (RP)?
    • Why use RP
    • RP Technologies
    • Integrating RP Technology
    • Questions
  • 3. What is Rapid Prototyping?
  • 4.
    • Communications tool
    • Additive or subtractive process
    • Growing parts introduced in 1987
    • Parts of any geometric complexity
    • Rapid tooling
    • VOC
    Rapid prototyping
  • 5.
    • Additive not intended to replace all methods of part fabrication
    • Limited material choices - additive
    • Parts will not be as durable
    • May require extensive secondary finishing operations
    Rapid prototyping
  • 6. Why use RP?
  • 7.
    • A six month delay in production start can result in a 66% loss in gm*
    • 80% of costs of NPD before detailed drawings released*
    • VOC – LEAN
    • Touch, feel, hold vs. 3D model
    Rapid prototyping *Copyright © 2002-2006  T. A. Grimm & Associates, Inc. All rights reserved.   
  • 8.
    • Easy
    • Efficient
      • Concurrent engineering
    • Accessible
    • Iterations
      • Communicate ideas
      • VOC
      • Sales
      • Packaging
    Rapid prototyping
  • 9. RP Technologies
  • 10.
    • Build-up process
    • 3-D Printing
    • Fused Deposition Modeling
    • Stereolithography
    • Selective Laser Sintering
    • Jetted Photopolymer
    Additive Rapid Prototyping
  • 11.
    • Developed by MIT
    • Powder-adhesive process
    • Lowest cost technology
    • Five times faster
    • Limited materials
    Rapid prototyping 3-Dimensional Printing
  • 12.
    • Similar to 3-D printing
    • Fast for very small parts
    • Suitable for office use
    • Polymer filament ribbon
    • Engineered materials: ABS, PC, PPS
    Fused Deposition Modeling - FDM
  • 13.
    • Most widely used process
    • Largest part size
    • High accuracy
    • Good surface finish
    • Liquid polymer – laser cured
    • Part size up to
      • 29” x 25” x 21”
    Stereolithography - SLA
  • 14.
    • Large part size
    • High accuracy
    • Post-forming operations
    • Engineered resins – highest strength
    • Autoclave capable
    • Lower surface quality compared to SLA
    Selective Laser Sintering - SLS
  • 15.
    • Similar to inkjet printing
    • UV curable resin
    • Lower cost than SLA
    • Suitable for office use
    • Thin build layer – little post build finishing
    Jetted Photopolymer System - PolyJet TM
  • 16.
    • Material removal process
    • 4-axis high-speed mill
      • Lower equipment cost
      • Non-proprietary materials
      • No post-finishing
      • Bridge tooling
    Subtractive Rapid Prototyping - SRP
  • 17. Integrating RP Technology
  • 18.
    • Innovation Center
    • Experimental design facility
    • Manufacture one-off samples and small lot parts
    • Easy-to-use equipment eliminating need for machinist
    • Rapid prototyping equipment
    Rapid Development
  • 19.
    • Partnership - Hybrid Technology
    • Partner with capable supplier
    • Combine rapid machining with subtractive technology
    • Capacity exclusivity
    • Production level parts in production materials
    • Bridge tooling to manufacturing
    Rapid Development
  • 20. Special Thanks: Todd Grimm, TA Grimm & Associates Photo Credits: Castle Island Co., All Rights Reserved.