3 d printing_explained

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Introduction to 3D printing & 3D modeling to middle school kids.

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    1. 1. Creating & Recycling objects Produced on demand Replicator Customization 3D Printing
    2. 2. Instructors Text Jerome Shafiq Adeline Guo Chen Luiz
    3. 3. Creating & Recycling objects Produced on demand Customization = 3D Printing Is a process of making 3-dimensional solid object of any shape from a digital model.
    4. 4. Industrial Revolution  Low cost per unit  High customizability  Rapid production cycle  Lower turnover  High cost per unit  High Customizability  Long production cycle  Low turnover 1850 1910 1910  Lower cost per unit  Very low customizability  Rapid production cycle  High turnover 1940 2008
    5. 5. Manufacturing Traditional Cutting, drilling, milling 3D Printing Multiple layers fused together
    6. 6. 3D printing techniques Stereo lithography(SLA) Fused Deposition Modeling Selective Laser Sintering(SLS)
    7. 7. Stereo lithography(SLA)
    8. 8. Selective Laser Sintering(SLS)
    9. 9. Fused Deposition Modeling
    10. 10. What can it print? Jewellery
    11. 11. Clothing
    12. 12. Shoes
    13. 13. Transports
    14. 14. Prosthetics
    15. 15. 3D Printing process
    16. 16. What is 3D modeling about?
    17. 17. The smaller the size of polygons, the more detailed the object is.
    18. 18. Fortunately…

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