3D Printing - Ideas Rule the World

3D Printing
Ideas rule the world
What is it?
Layer by layer
History
Applications
Architecture
Buildings
Landscapes
Houses?
Moon bases?
Design
Furniture
Lighting
Objects
Textile
Shoes
Ties
Face designs
Medical
Surgery
Jaw
Dental
Hearing
Lifesaving
Industrial
Aerospace
Planes
Automotive
Concept cars
Racing
Computer?
Consumer
Marketing
Avatars
Toys
New toys
Origo
Music instruments
Food
Burritos
Fab@Home
iPhone cases
Education
Maps
Blind
Competitions
FabLabs
Personal Fabrication
Affordable?
Peachy Printer $100!
FabLabs
Communities
MakerBot < $950
Origo $500 < $1.000?
Open Source < $1.000
Desktop Factory <$5.000
HP < $15.000
Easy Modeling
SketchUp
Sketching
Wiimote
3d scanning
Using webcam
Virtual clay
Claytronics
Beautiful Modeler
Cloud 3d Modeler (in browser)
Modeling & 3D Printing at the same time
3D Printing Pen
What does it mean?
Freedom
Open source
Community
Universal
Boundless
Craftsmanship
Threatened by Legislation?
Merging
Consumer = Producer (Prosumer)
Raw material = Product
Virtual <=> Real
(re)shaping the world
Reshaping the world
Focus
Creativity
Case
Designs
For education
How does it work?
Laser sintering
Polymer powders
Metals
Stereolithography
Photopolymer
Twophoton lithography
Inkjet
Metals, plastics, ceramics
multiple materials
simultaneously
'Carbomorph'
Fused Deposition
ABS (Lego plastic)
Who am I?
Legofan
Industrial Design Engineer
Innovation &amp; Education
Project Manager @ Kennisnet
e.bomas [at] kennisnet.nl
twitter.com/ebomas
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