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Background information and inspiration on 3D printing, additive manufacturing and direct digital manufacturing for Disruptive DIner: 3D Printing Becomes Big Business. Originally sponsored by Fisher Unitech and presented on May 7, 2013 as part of Openly Disruptive's Disruptive Diner series. More info at OpenlyDisruptive.org

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  1. 1. 3D PRINTING BECOMESBIG BUSINESSPresented by:
  2. 2. One design, many outputsSplit Heels - the worlds first 3D printed biodegradable high heelshttp://www.shoesbybryan.com/2
  3. 3. Custom lab equipmentAfjakl;fjsdf;lkafhttp://cenblog.org/newscripts/2013/02/need-a-centrifuge-print-one-out/3
  4. 4. Make your own materialsMineways is a Shapeways merchant that will convert your Minecraftgame world into a 3D model to be printed in full color sandstonehttp://www.3dprinterclassifieds.com/blog/2013/03/diy-filament-extruder-wins-40000-prize-for-83-year-old-inventor/4
  5. 5. 3D PRINTING BECOMESBIG BUSINESSPresented by:
  6. 6. Print your gameMineways is a Shapeways merchant that will convert your Minecraftgame world into a 3D model to be printed in full color sandstonehttp://mineways.com6
  7. 7. 3D becomes “4D”MIT introduced a „4D‟ self-assembling product. Via„material bias,‟ this 3D-printed object is capable ofself-assembling or changinginto another shape whenexposed to an outside factorlike motion, heat, water, lightor sound.Relevant image herehttp://example.com.replace.this7
  8. 8. 3D takes flight fastBoeing flew this UAV insidethe Edward Jones Dome justa few weeks after receivingmission requirements fromtheir client. Integrating off theshelf electronics in a missionspecific design, the entireaircraft was 3D-printed.http://www.boeing.com/Features/2010/05/bds_feat_uas_video_05_10_10.html8
  9. 9. Printing foodCornell University‟sfab@home project isworking on printing foodand home products.http://www.fabathome.org/index.php?q=node/29
  10. 10. Space-based supply chainsMade in Space isdeveloping 3Dprinters for use onthe InternationalSpace Station in2014 (testing here onthe “vomit comet”)Relevant image herehttp://www.madeinspace.us/projects10
  11. 11. 3D PRINTING BECOMESBIG BUSINESSPresented by:
  12. 12. Printable electronicsXerox PARC islicensing fully printableelectronics that couldbe added to orintegrated intoadditively manufacturedproductshttp://news.cnet.com/8301-11386_3-57364241-76/smart-tag-lets-you-print-electronics-on-plastic/12
  13. 13. Printing a FaceAfter a tumor took the leftside of his face Eric Mogerhad to use his hand to coverthe hole where his cheekwas in order to talk. Eatingand drinking were through atube. When a surgeon foundhow to use a 3D printer torestore Eric‟s face, theoperation changed his life.http://example.com.replace.this13
  14. 14. Chew on thisTokyo‟s FabCafe creates 3D-printed gummy versions oftheir customers.http://example.com.replace.this14
  15. 15. Molecular-level fabricationIn Vienna, Atomic Force Microscopy researchers are additivelybuilding structures one molecule at a time.http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-1735737415
  16. 16. 3D PRINTING BECOMESBIG BUSINESSPresented by:
  17. 17. Meat even PETA likesMissouri-based Modern Meadow is developing 3D bio-printing formore sustainable meat and leather.http://www.core77.com/blog/digital_fabrication/modern_meadow_ceo_on_the_merits_of_3d_printed_meat_24475.asp17
  18. 18. “Complexity comes free”Nike is developing 3D printed pro shoes, with the added benefit tothem that complex forms are as easy to print as simple ones.http://nikeinc.com/news/nike-debuts-first-ever-football-cleat-built-using-3d-printing-technology#/inline/1774118
  19. 19. Amateur modelingAutocad‟s “123d” is a smartphone app that allows you to createeditable and printable models from your snapshots.http://www.123dapp.com/catch19
  20. 20. Project-based STEMThe Disruption Department works with local additive user Evtron to teachafter-school programs for at-risk youth on how to design and produceproducts..http://blog.makezine.com/2013/04/30/introducing-young-makers-to-arduino/20
  21. 21. 3D PRINTING BECOMESBIG BUSINESSPresented by:
  22. 22. Custom lab equipmentTekla Labs shares models of laboratory equipment so labs anywhere haveaccess to similar equipment, helping diversify and reproduce results.http://www.teklalabs.org/print-my-lab-results/22
  23. 23. The “RedBox” of 3D printingThese California-Berkeley students built a 3D printing vendingmachinehttp://www.3dprinterclassifieds.com/blog/2013/03/dreambox-the-first-3d-printer-vending-machine-created-by-three-berkeley-students/23
  24. 24. Organic architectureD-shape enables the printing of buildings and other architecturalstructures.http://www.d-shape.com/24
  25. 25. CoutureThis Dita Von Teese gownwas entirely 3D printed.http://www.shapeways.com/blog/archives/1952-revealing-dita-von-teese-in-a-fully-articulated-3d-printed-gown.html25
  26. 26. 3D PRINTING BECOMESBIG BUSINESSPresented by:
  27. 27. Tele-prostheticsThis articulating prostheticwas designed from severalthousand miles away, withpatient, designer andmanufacturer only meetingfor the final fitting.https://www.facebook.com/pages/Robohand/26086488736691227
  28. 28. Enhancing the museum visitSome museum visitors now hold 3D printed models of fine art forcloser examination.http://www.thingiverse.com/search?q=replacement+part28
  29. 29. Fix more, throw away less.On Thingiverse, users share printable files for commonly broken buthard to get consumer replacement parts.http://www.thingiverse.com/search?q=replacement+part29
  30. 30. Solar powered sinteringArtist Markus Kayser uses sunlight to fuse sand grains together in a “zerocarbon” process.http://www.designboom.com/technology/markus-kayser-solar-sinter-3d-printer/30
  31. 31. 3D PRINTING BECOMESBIG BUSINESSPresented by:
  32. 32. Doodling in 3D spaceThe 3Doodler lets youdraw 3D objects. Itraised $2.3 millionmore than its $30,000goal on Kickstarter.the3doodler.com32
  33. 33. Retail experiencesStorefrontconsumerdesign andoutputoperationsareemerging inEurope, andnowChicago.Relevant image herehttp://www.the3dprinterexperience.com/33
  34. 34. Patient-specific surgical “tooling”Materialize makes surgicaldrilling and cutting guides via3D printing, dramaticallyimproving outcomes.http://www.materialise.com/cases/striking-the-right-note-with-a-well-planned-radius-reconstruction34
  35. 35. Testing to transplantsSan Diego-based companyOrganovo uses 3D printingtechnology to assembletissue that looks, feels, andfunctions like real humanliver tissue. Initially for use inreplacing live animal testing,replacement organs couldeventually be grown from apatient‟s own cells.http://www.kpbs.org/news/2013/apr/22/san-diego-company-prints-functional-three-dimensio/35
  36. 36. 3D PRINTING BECOMESBIG BUSINESSPresented by:

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