BY
V.PARDHA SARADHI REDDY
11004147
HISTROY
3D printing was invented in the year 1984 by Charles Hull with the
advancements in printing methods after the inve...
FIRST 3D PRINTER
PROCESS OF PRINTING
ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING
Additive manufacturing takes virtual blueprints
from CAD and "slices" them into...
TYPES OF ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING
1.STEREOLITHOGRAPHY
The process in which this 3D printing is done is stereolithography
whi...
2.SELECTIVE LASER MELTING
3.FUSED DEPOSITION MODELING
TYPES OF PRINTERS
Price : Rs 1,20,000
LOW END

Maximum part size:
12.7 x 12.7 x 12.7 cm (5 x 5 x 5 in)

Price : Rs 6,00,000
MID RANGE

Maximum part size:
340 340 200 mm (13.4 13.4

Price : 1crore

7.9 in.)
HIGH END

Maximum part size:
39.3 31.4 19.6 in.

Price : 5 crores
APPLICATIONS YEAR BY YEAR
AT THE BEGINNING
Artificial body parts (2002)
2008(RepRap)
2008(PROSTHETIC LEG)
A prosthetic leg is created with a complex structure that
requires no assembly. This opens the doorwa...
2011( 3D PRINTED ROBOTIC PLANE)
2011( 3D PRINTED CAR)
3d printed cycle

3d printed guitar
3D PRINTED GUNS
HOLLYWOOD
ADVANTAGES OF 3D PRINTING

1. LESS WASTAGE
2. CHEAP MANUFACTURING
3. QUICK PRODUCTION
4. REDUCE DESIGN COMPLEXITY
DISADVANTAGES OF 3D PRINTING

1. STRENGTH
2. SURFACE FINISH

3. COST OF RAW MATERIALS
4. USABILITY

5. MISUSE OF TECHNOLOG...
CONCLUSION
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3d printing seminar

  1. 1. BY V.PARDHA SARADHI REDDY 11004147
  2. 2. HISTROY 3D printing was invented in the year 1984 by Charles Hull with the advancements in printing methods after the invention of inkjet printers in the year 1976. Charles Hull is the co-founder, executive vice president and chief technology officer of 3D systems.
  3. 3. FIRST 3D PRINTER
  4. 4. PROCESS OF PRINTING ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING Additive manufacturing takes virtual blueprints from CAD and "slices" them into digital crosssections for the machine to successively use as a guideline for printing. Depending on the machine used, material or a binding material is deposited on platform until material layering is complete and the final 3D model has been printed.
  5. 5. TYPES OF ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING 1.STEREOLITHOGRAPHY The process in which this 3D printing is done is stereolithography which starts with the generation of stl file using CAD software.
  6. 6. 2.SELECTIVE LASER MELTING
  7. 7. 3.FUSED DEPOSITION MODELING
  8. 8. TYPES OF PRINTERS
  9. 9. Price : Rs 1,20,000
  10. 10. LOW END Maximum part size: 12.7 x 12.7 x 12.7 cm (5 x 5 x 5 in) Price : Rs 6,00,000
  11. 11. MID RANGE Maximum part size: 340 340 200 mm (13.4 13.4 Price : 1crore 7.9 in.)
  12. 12. HIGH END Maximum part size: 39.3 31.4 19.6 in. Price : 5 crores
  13. 13. APPLICATIONS YEAR BY YEAR
  14. 14. AT THE BEGINNING
  15. 15. Artificial body parts (2002)
  16. 16. 2008(RepRap)
  17. 17. 2008(PROSTHETIC LEG) A prosthetic leg is created with a complex structure that requires no assembly. This opens the doorway to customised prosthetic limbs
  18. 18. 2011( 3D PRINTED ROBOTIC PLANE)
  19. 19. 2011( 3D PRINTED CAR)
  20. 20. 3d printed cycle 3d printed guitar
  21. 21. 3D PRINTED GUNS
  22. 22. HOLLYWOOD
  23. 23. ADVANTAGES OF 3D PRINTING 1. LESS WASTAGE 2. CHEAP MANUFACTURING 3. QUICK PRODUCTION 4. REDUCE DESIGN COMPLEXITY
  24. 24. DISADVANTAGES OF 3D PRINTING 1. STRENGTH 2. SURFACE FINISH 3. COST OF RAW MATERIALS 4. USABILITY 5. MISUSE OF TECHNOLOGY 6. MACHINE RANGE
  25. 25. CONCLUSION
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