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3D Printing + Additive Manufacturing: A Revolution in Making
by Simon Fraser, Professor of Industrial Design, Associate Dean (Research) VUW School of Design

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  • 1. 3D Printing + Additive Manufacturing Simon Fraser, Professor of Industrial Design, Associate Dean (Research) VUW School of Design A Revolution in Making 2013 Healthcare Congress
  • 2. DSDN104 Digital Creation. Coordinator Jeongbin Ok. Students: Jessica Campbell, Tyler Frenguelli, Thomas Hall, Sabrina Turner, Paul Jensen. MAKING THE UNMAKABLE
  • 3. OBJET PolyJet multi-material 3D printing www.kraftwurx.com/ MULTI-MATERIAL POLYMERS………………………………………LASER SINTERED/MELTED METALS
  • 4. Nanoscribe Laser Lithography. T.Streibl, M.Bastmeyer, KIT (Germany) Mataerial 3D printer: Petr Novikov, Saša Jokić, Joris Laarman. MICRO……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………MACRO
  • 5. Coleman Product Design. Source: Design secrets. 50 real-life projectsuncovered / IDSA APPLICATIONS: RAPID PROTOTYPING…………………………………………………AND USER TESTING
  • 6. Oxford Performance Materials (OPM). OsteoFab Cranial Device (biocompatible thermoplastics) APPLICATIONS: IMPLANTS Selective Laser Melting (titanium) SLM Solutions GmbH
  • 7. Dr.Wayne Gillingham, Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon, Welloral APPLICATIONS: PRE-OPERATIVE VISUALISATION, ANALYSIS……………..…….AND PREPARATION
  • 8. 3D printed tracheal splint. G.Green, S.Hollister, University of Michigan Health System A.Krieger, Children's National Medical Centre, Washington DC. A. Voisard,Washington Post PRE-OPERATIVE VISUALISATION, ANALYSIS………………….AND PREPARATION
  • 9. APPLICATIONS……………………………………………………………..SCAFFOLDS AND BIO-MATERIALS Dr.Wayne Gillingham , Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon, Welloral 3D printed bio-mineralised scaffold, Kate McGrath, Director, MacDiarmid Institute
  • 10. NEW INTERPRETATIONS…………………………………………..OF EXISTING PRODUCTS INDN311 Digital Form, Coordinator Ross Stevens, Student Jake Evill
  • 11. INDN311 Digital Form, Coordinator Ross Stevens, Student Jake Evill NEW INTERPRETATIONS……………………………………………………………………OF EXISTING PRODUCTS
  • 12. Master of Design Innovation. Student: Earl Stewart, Supervisor: Ross Stevens NEW INTERPRETATIONS……………………………………………………………………OF EXISTING PRODUCTS
  • 13. Master of Design Innovation. Student: Earl Stewart, Supervisor: Ross Stevens NEW INTERPRETATIONS……………………………………………………………………OF EXISTING PRODUCTS
  • 14. INDN341 Mass Production + Digital Manufacturing. Coordinator Ross Stevens. NEXUS group: Gina Rawlings (group leader), Sean Antrobus, Lisa Howell, James Mayne, Ulrich Meyer, Mark Owbridge, Andrew Porter, Mauricio Vera, Jasun Woods. ENTIRELY NEW PRODUCTS…………………………….AND SERVICES
  • 15. INDN341 Mass Production + Digital Manufacturing. Coordinator Ross Stevens. NEXUS group.
  • 16. INDN341 Mass Production + Digital Manufacturing. Coordinator Ross Stevens. NEXUS group.
  • 17. INDN341 Mass Production + Digital Manufacturing. Coordinator Ross Stevens. NEXUS group.
  • 18. INDN341 Mass Production + Digital Manufacturing. Coordinator Ross Stevens. NEXUS group.
  • 19. INDN341 Mass Production + Digital Manufacturing. Coordinator Ross Stevens. NEXUS group.
  • 20. INDN341 Mass Production + Digital Manufacturing. Coordinator Ross Stevens. NEXUS group.
  • 21. INDN341 Mass Production+ Digital Manufacturing.Coordinator Ross Stevens. NEXUS group. NEW PRODUCTS………………………………………………………………….……………SERVICES AND SYSTEMS
  • 22. COLLABORATIVE AM RESEARCH……………..AND FACILITIES Contact: The Materials Accelerator, Director, Professor Mark Taylor, University of Auckland. mark.taylor@auckland.ac.nz http://www.materialsaccelerator.co.nz/index.html
  • 23. AM RESEARCH AND FACILITIES..….AT AUCKLAND UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY • Z-Corp printers 310, 510 Plaster, sand-casting material, colour • FDM Dimension 768 White ABS • EOS P110 Nylon • Renishaw 250 (Selective Laser Melting) Metals, i.e. Al, Ti, SS, CoCr, NiCr • Research Set-ups FDM, Laser Sintering Contact: Thomas Neitzert, Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Director, Engineering Research Institute (ERI) thomas.neitzert@aut.ac.nz
  • 24. • FDM Dimension 768 WhiteABS • EOS P110 Nylon • Research Set-ups pellet based FDM, Laser Sintering AM RESEARCH AND FACILITIES………………………………..AT MASSEY UNIVERSITY Contact: Olaf Diegel, Professor of Mechatronics, School of Engineering & Advanced Technology, Massey University o.diegel@massey.ac.nz
  • 25. AM RESEARCH AND FACILITIES………….…………………AT VICTORIA UNIVERSITY • STRATASYS/OBJET Eden250v Rigid photopolymers • STRATASYS/OBJET Connex 350 PolyJet multi-material 3D printing • Research Set-ups Multi-material 3D printing, functional materials and surfaces Contact: Simon Fraser, Professor of Industrial Design, Associate Dean Research, VUW School of Design Simon.Fraser@vuw.ac.nz

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