Making revolution

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Making revolution

  1. 1. PDP-­‐1,  1960   Photo  ©  2009  Marcin  Wichary,  cc-­‐by  2.0  
  2. 2. PC,  1981   Photo  ©  2005  Boffy  B,  cc-­‐by-­‐sa  3.0  
  3. 3. graphics  ©  2011Jordy  Houtman  with  permission  
  4. 4. PC  workflow  today   graphics  ©  2008  HereToHelp,  cc-­‐by-­‐sa  3.0  
  5. 5. PC  workflow  today   graphics  ©  2008  HereToHelp,  cc-­‐by-­‐sa  3.0   open  clip  art  by  tango  and  vexar  
  6. 6. 2010   2006   Photo  ©  2010  John  Abella  cc-­‐by  2.0  RepRap   Photo  ©  2010  John  Abella  cc-­‐by-­‐sa  2.0  UlRimaker   Photo  ©  2010  John  Abella  cc-­‐by-­‐sa  2.0  MakerBot  Fab@Home  Diagram    ©  2011  Emmanuel  Gilloz,  GNU  FDL  1.2   Photo  ©  2010  Robert  Hunta  cc-­‐by  2.0  
  7. 7. 1987!z  Stereolithography (solidy liquid polymer using a laser)  ! 1991! z  Fused Deposit Modelling (extruding thermoplastic)! z  Solid Ground Curing (SL for whole layers)! z  Laminated Object Manufacturing (bond and cut sheet material)! 1993! z  Direct Shell Production Casting (binding powder)! 1996! 2000! 2001! 2006! 3D printers RepRap
  8. 8. PC  workflow  today   graphics  ©  2008  HereToHelp,  cc-­‐by-­‐sa  3.0   Photo  ©  2011,  ulRmaker.com  
  9. 9. Kitchentable Industrialist   Anand  Giridharadas,  NY  Times  Magazine,  2011  Atoms are the New Bits   Chris  Anderson,  Wired,  2010  Factory@home   Hod  Lipson,  Melba  Kurman,  2010  
  10. 10. Eric  von  Hippel,  Jeroen  P.J.  de  Jong,  Stephen   Flowers,  2010  Comparing  business  and  household  sector  innovaRon  in  consumer  products    N=1173  6.2  %  of  UK  consumers  In aggregate, consumers’ annual product developmentexpenditures are 2.3 times larger than the annual consumerproduct R&D expenditure of all firms in the UK combined.
  11. 11. 3rd  Industrial  RevoluRon  •  Neil  Gershenfeld  (2005)     ‘Fab.  The  Coming  RevoluRon  on  Your  Desktop’  •  Jeremy  Rifin  (2011)     ‘The  Third  Industrial  RevoluRon—How  Lateral   Power  is  Transforming  Energy,  the  Economy,   and  the  World’.    •  Chris  Anderson  (2012)     ‘Makers.  The  New  Industrial  RevoluRon’    

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