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The Joy of Z Axis: Creativity and Innovation through 3D Printing

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Presentation on creativity and innovation through 3D printing. Featuring the Printrbot Jr. V2 at the College of Business, San Francisco State University.

Presentation on creativity and innovation through 3D printing. Featuring the Printrbot Jr. V2 at the College of Business, San Francisco State University.

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  • 1. The Joy of Z Axis Creativity and Innovation through 3D printing Sameer Verma, Ph.D. Information Systems
  • 2. me
  • 3. 3D Printing ● Length (X), width (Y) and depth (Z) ● Icing on a cake. – Make a flower from butter and sugar icing.
  • 4. 2D Printing ● Inkjet printers – Cartridge is X axis – Paper feed is Y axis – No depth. http://www.computershopper.com/var/ezwebin_site/storage/images/media/images/how-it-works-inkjet-printer/221000-1-eng-US/how-it-works-inkjet-printer.jpg
  • 5. Add Z Axis ● Print using molten plastic ● Move print head up slightly ● Layer plastic ● Cooled plastic = 3D object
  • 6. Industrial ● Fills up a small room ● $20,000 to $50,000 ● Used for prototyping ● Don't forget the ink! Production series from Stratasys
  • 7. Hobby Market ● Plastic (the ink) costs $30 a kilogram
  • 8. Question: How much would you pay for a 3D printer?
  • 9. RepRap ● Replicating Rapid Prototyper ● Print a printer from a printer – 70% to 90% ● Self-replicating printers! ● http://reprap.org Watch the video:
  • 10. MakerBot ● Early open source printer ● Became proprietary ● Acquired by Stratasys ● Printers range from $1200 to $7000 ● http://makerbot.com Cupcake
  • 11. Printrbot at Kickstarter ● Goal of $25,000 ● Raised $830,827 on Kickstarter
  • 12. Printrbot Bots ● http://printrbot.com
  • 13. Parts ● Motors ● Bed ● Extruder ● Filament ● Threaded rods ● Smooth rods ● Pulleys ● Gears ● ...
  • 14. Plastic ● ABS ● PLA ● Other
  • 15. Tweaks ● Open Source => Lots of tweak'ability! ● Tweaks make it better. – http://printrbottalk.com – https://www.youtube.com/user/printrbot
  • 16. Printrbot Jr. V2
  • 17. Let's print!