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By Santan &
Reyaz Ahmad Vali
 additive manufacturing (AM), a process of
joining materials to make objects from 3D
model data, usually layer upon layer...
 Oxford Dictionaries:
 make (something) on a large scale using machinery
 make or produce (something abstract) in a mer...
 3D printing, the fabrication of objects
through the deposition of a material using a
print head, nozzle, or another prin...
 Many processes that have the common
theme, controlled material removal, are
today collectively known as subtractive
manu...
http://www.stylebistro.com/Daily+Dis
h/articles/hS5x__RWj7b/Wear+These+
3D+Printed+Shoes
http://www.textually.org/3DPrinti...
http://info.raydiance.com/blog/bid/291486/3D-micro-sculpting-3D-printing-s-opposite-and-revolutionary-too
 Free of complexity
 Variety is free
 No assembly required
 Little lead time
 Little skill manufacturing
 Few constr...
Apparel
Automobiles
Medical
Implantation ,Dental crowns
• ART
• Education and research
3D printing polished nickel
steel
Additive manufacturing is latest technology making inroad...
Plastic in 3D Printing
Currently, plastics are the most widely used materials in
additive manufacturing, and the important...
Metals
Some of the metals used in 3D printing include the following:
•Steel
•Stainless steel
•Titanium
•Gold
•Silver
Other...
.
If 3d printer is available
1. Design the structure in CAD software or
scan from a 3D scanner in case the structure
is so complicated.
2. Send the file to a 3D printer.
3. Wait till it gets printed as it is a layer by layer process.
4.Now you can see the miracle.
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additive manufacturing

  1. 1. By Santan & Reyaz Ahmad Vali
  2. 2.  additive manufacturing (AM), a process of joining materials to make objects from 3D model data, usually layer upon layer, as opposed to subtractive manufacturing methodologies. ASTM F2792 - 12a Standard Terminology for Additive Manufacturing Technologies
  3. 3.  Oxford Dictionaries:  make (something) on a large scale using machinery  make or produce (something abstract) in a merely mechanical way  Online Etymology Dictionary:  1560s, "something made by hand," from Middle French manufacture,  from Latin manu "hand" + factura "a working,“
  4. 4.  3D printing, the fabrication of objects through the deposition of a material using a print head, nozzle, or another printer technology. ASTM F2792 - 12a Standard Terminology for Additive Manufacturing Technologies
  5. 5.  Many processes that have the common theme, controlled material removal, are today collectively known as subtractive manufacturing, in distinction from processes of controlled material addition, which are known as additive manufacturing
  6. 6. http://www.stylebistro.com/Daily+Dis h/articles/hS5x__RWj7b/Wear+These+ 3D+Printed+Shoes http://www.textually.org/3DPrinting/2012/12/31/photo1032.jpeg
  7. 7. http://info.raydiance.com/blog/bid/291486/3D-micro-sculpting-3D-printing-s-opposite-and-revolutionary-too
  8. 8.  Free of complexity  Variety is free  No assembly required  Little lead time  Little skill manufacturing  Few constraints  Less waste
  9. 9. Apparel Automobiles Medical
  10. 10. Implantation ,Dental crowns
  11. 11. • ART • Education and research 3D printing polished nickel steel Additive manufacturing is latest technology making inroads into classroom.
  12. 12. Plastic in 3D Printing Currently, plastics are the most widely used materials in additive manufacturing, and the important ones are listed below: ABS - acrylonitile butadiene styrene or 'lego' plastic – a very common choice for 3D printing PLA - polylactic acid – Is available in soft and hard grades, is becoming very popular and may overtake ABS in the near future
  13. 13. Metals Some of the metals used in 3D printing include the following: •Steel •Stainless steel •Titanium •Gold •Silver Other Bio-Ink - Bio-ink comprises stem cells and cells from a patient, which can be laid down, layer by layer to form a tissue. Human organs such as blood vessels, bladders and kidney portions have been replicated using this technology. Bone material- Bone material comprises silicon, calcium phosphate and zinc.
  14. 14. . If 3d printer is available
  15. 15. 1. Design the structure in CAD software or scan from a 3D scanner in case the structure is so complicated.
  16. 16. 2. Send the file to a 3D printer.
  17. 17. 3. Wait till it gets printed as it is a layer by layer process.
  18. 18. 4.Now you can see the miracle.

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