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Multi-Material 3D Printing
Daniel Dikovsky, Ph.D.
Digital Materials Manager, R&D
Introduction
3D Printing – a New Way to Make Things
Carving/milling out a model
from a given volume
Creating a solid object by layering...
3D Printing – Digital to Physical
3D CAD File Printing ResultPrint the model
3D Printing – Simulate Complex Objects
3D Printing – Fabricate Complex Objects
3D Printing – Multi-material Fabrication
3D Printing
freedom of form
Multi-material 3D Printing
freedom of composition
Multi-Material 3D Printing Technology
Technology – PolyJet Process
Technology – Connex Process
Material B
Material A
Technology – Digitizing 3D Object
• 1 cubic millimeter – ~20,000 Objet voxels
• The smallest Lego brick – ~4,000,000 Objet...
Technology – PolyJet Materials
• Color
• Transparency
• Stiffness
• Flexibility
• Dimensional stability
• Impact resistanc...
Digital Materials and Graded Materials
Technology – Digital Materials
Digital Materials are engineered materials manufactured from two or more different
constitu...
Technology – Digital Materials
Digital Materials are engineered materials manufactured from two or more different
constitu...
Digital Materials – Color
Digital Materials – Anisotropic Materials
Sandwich Y Sandwich ZSandwich X
Digital Materials – Anisotropic Materials
X
Y
Z
X
Y
Z
Digital Materials – Anisotropic Materials
Digital Materials – Composite Materials
High Temperature
Material
Composite Digital
Material
High Toughness
Material
Graded Materials – Imaginary Beings
Graded Materials – Print CT Data
Digital Materials FEA Simulator
VoxCad – Digital Materials Simulator
Anisotropic Material Simulation
Novel Multi-Material 3D Printing Applications
Lighting and Structure Optimization
4D Printing
4D Printing
4D Printing
3D Topography
Lenticular Print
Thank You
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"Multi-material 3D Printing" presentation given by Daniel Dikovsky from Stratasys at RadTech UV & EB Technology Expo & Conference 2014. To learn more about RadTech and UV & EB Curing Technology, visit http://www.radtech.org

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Multi-material 3D Printing

  1. 1. Multi-Material 3D Printing Daniel Dikovsky, Ph.D. Digital Materials Manager, R&D
  2. 2. Introduction
  3. 3. 3D Printing – a New Way to Make Things Carving/milling out a model from a given volume Creating a solid object by layering thin slices of material
  4. 4. 3D Printing – Digital to Physical 3D CAD File Printing ResultPrint the model
  5. 5. 3D Printing – Simulate Complex Objects
  6. 6. 3D Printing – Fabricate Complex Objects
  7. 7. 3D Printing – Multi-material Fabrication 3D Printing freedom of form Multi-material 3D Printing freedom of composition
  8. 8. Multi-Material 3D Printing Technology
  9. 9. Technology – PolyJet Process
  10. 10. Technology – Connex Process Material B Material A
  11. 11. Technology – Digitizing 3D Object • 1 cubic millimeter – ~20,000 Objet voxels • The smallest Lego brick – ~4,000,000 Objet voxels • Full tray – 1012 Objet voxels
  12. 12. Technology – PolyJet Materials • Color • Transparency • Stiffness • Flexibility • Dimensional stability • Impact resistance • Water absorption • Density
  13. 13. Digital Materials and Graded Materials
  14. 14. Technology – Digital Materials Digital Materials are engineered materials manufactured from two or more different constituent materials, according to a digitally encoded three dimensional phase structure design (the DM code), and produced by an additive manufacturing process. • Heterogeneous/Homogeneous • Anisotropic/Isotropic • Geometry Dependent
  15. 15. Technology – Digital Materials Digital Materials are engineered materials manufactured from two or more different constituent materials, according to a digitally encoded three dimensional phase structure design (the DM code), and produced by an additive manufacturing process. • Heterogeneous/Homogeneous • Anisotropic/Isotropic • Geometry Dependent
  16. 16. Digital Materials – Color
  17. 17. Digital Materials – Anisotropic Materials Sandwich Y Sandwich ZSandwich X
  18. 18. Digital Materials – Anisotropic Materials X Y Z
  19. 19. X Y Z Digital Materials – Anisotropic Materials
  20. 20. Digital Materials – Composite Materials High Temperature Material Composite Digital Material High Toughness Material
  21. 21. Graded Materials – Imaginary Beings
  22. 22. Graded Materials – Print CT Data
  23. 23. Digital Materials FEA Simulator
  24. 24. VoxCad – Digital Materials Simulator
  25. 25. Anisotropic Material Simulation
  26. 26. Novel Multi-Material 3D Printing Applications
  27. 27. Lighting and Structure Optimization
  28. 28. 4D Printing
  29. 29. 4D Printing
  30. 30. 4D Printing
  31. 31. 3D Topography
  32. 32. Lenticular Print
  33. 33. Thank You

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