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3 d printing

  1. 1. Technology Influencing SocietyMay 12, 2013 Christopher Seeto 1
  2. 2.  Introduction Types of 3D Printers Some Areas AffectingSociety ConclusionAgendaMay 12, 2013 Christopher Seeto 2
  3. 3.  Poll How many know? How did you hearabout it? Broad strokes stories3D PrintingMay 12, 2013 Christopher Seeto 3
  4. 4. May 12, 2013 Christopher Seeto 4Introduction What is it?3D Printing(Additive Manufacturing)
  5. 5.  Extrusion Polymer material flows through extrusion nozzle that heatsand melts material Granular Uses thermo plastics, metal powders & ceramic powder Fuses parts of material on bed layer and continues untilbuilt Photo-polymerisation Uses liquid polymer Sits in vat where light is used to harden the liquid polymerTypesMay 12, 2013 Christopher Seeto 5
  6. 6.  Healthcare Manufacturing FoodMay 12, 2013 Christopher Seeto 6Some Industries
  7. 7.  Regenerative Medicine (3D Bio Printing) 1st Area is in human embryotic stem cells University of Edinburgh – created tissues and organs 2nd Area is in blood vessel and heart tissue University of Missouri – “beating” heart 3rd Area is in bone and cartilage Washington State University – bone Wake Forest Institute - cartilageHealthcareMay 12, 2013 Christopher Seeto 7
  8. 8.  Already in use by Business -production scale Individuals - craftitems and sculpturesManufacturingMay 12, 2013 Christopher Seeto 8
  9. 9. FoodMay 12, 2013 Christopher Seeto 9
  10. 10. “Fifty years hence, weshall escape theabsurdity of growing awhole chicken to eat thebreast or wing, bygrowing these partsseparately under asuitable medium.”Winston ChurchillMay 12, 2013 Christopher Seeto 10
  11. 11. May 12, 2013 Christopher Seeto 11Hamburger principleFeedWaterLandCO2 3 kg/6.7 lbs 2,271 L/600 gal 6.97 m2/75 ft2 6.08 kg/13.4 lbs
  12. 12.  Tested edible foodparts TED talk Working with chefs ontexture and flavourOrganovoMay 12, 2013 Christopher Seeto 12
  13. 13.  US$1200 at Staples US$200 kits Emerging technology Scanning Recycling e.g. FilabotConclusionMay 12, 2013 Christopher Seeto 13
  14. 14.  Healthcare Transplant and reduction inanimal testing Manufacturing Replacement of tools and R & D Food Reduction in feed, land, waterand CO2Potential BenefitsMay 12, 2013 Christopher Seeto 14
  15. 15.  Jobs Thomas Frey predicts 2 billion jobs by 2030 Roughly 50% of jobs on planet Cites 3D printers Skills Skills lost Industry reshaping E.g. Print mediaPotential HarmMay 12, 2013 Christopher Seeto 15
  16. 16. Question TimeMay 12, 2013 Christopher Seeto 16

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