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Nanotechnology and Additive Manufacturing together working to revolutionize a lot of different sectors. 3D printing is an ideal solution for rapid prototyping. Nanotechnology has a lot in common with the additive manufacturing technology from the medical industry, consumer products etc. 3D Microbioprinting along with nanotachnology is being used in different projects. Companies like Nanoscribe 3D Print objects as small as only a few microns.
Applying 3D printing concepts to nanotechnology could bring similar advantages to nanofabrication – speed, less waste, economic viability – than it is expected to bring to manufacturing technologies.
- Electron Beam Lithography
- Electron Beam on ice
- Benefits and applications of this new 3D nanofabrication technique
- Nanotechnology future aspects
- CAD/CAM designed 3D Printed electroanalytic cell
- Plasmo assisted 3D microstructing of glod nanoparticles-doped polymer
- 3D Printed micro and nano featured scaffolds for vascularized bone tissue repair
- Categorical prototyping, incorporating molecular mechanisms into 3D Printing
- 3D Printing in the field of microscopy
- Nano 3D Printing Electrodes
- 3D Printed iPod Nano Watch
- Oxidation Resistant Copper Nanoparticle Inks for 3D Printed Electronics
- 3D Printed Nanotechnology
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- 3D printing the future of drones
- flying 3D printer at building sites
- Mobie 3D Concrete Printer
- eye in the sky
- Self-replicating, 3D Printer Meant for Space Exploration
- 3&D Mobile 3D Printer
- Mille 3D Printer
Space is both scary and fascinating at the same time. Its infinite emptiness and mystery gives most people an existential crisis. As the 3DP came into existence, plastic printing first came into picture, followed by metals and ceramics soon after. In aerospace many applications, challenges, innovations related to 3D printing are tuning pace at a higher rate. Step by step, researchers are looking for different applications to this cutting-edge technology in space whereas additive manufacturing is challenging and requires new technologies and resistant materials. With the two different axis of applications arises variant benefits i.e. 3D printing inside of the station and 3D printing outside of the station. Inside it will play role significantly in their daily life in orbits during space exploration, example- when something is broken, and they need to replace a part, it can be long and expensive to send them what they need so they can simply 3D Print it. It is the same thing if a tool is missing. It would be so much easier and time-saving if they could just 3D print their screwdriver when they need it! Regarding the additive technology outside of the station, A 3D printer working in orbit would allow to come up with or create satellite structures. These machines could be integrated inside Nano satellites. Nano satellites could allow to 3D print structures directly in space as well.
• challenges of 3D printing in space
• Current experiments regarding off-Earth manufacturing
• 3D printing materials that we can use in space
• 3D Printing In Zero-G Technology
• 3D printing the future: scenarios for supply chains
• 3DP Shape, Material Breakthroughs
• AM Solutions for Payload
• Building a lunar base with 3D printing
• Prototyping tool for Space Walks
• 3D Printing for Space and Defense Aerospace
• 3D Printer during testing in the Microgravity Science Glovebox (MSG) Engineering Unit
• 3D printing technique building plan for Moon and Mars bases
• Bio-printing in space
• Archinaut TDM, printing 3D structures in space.
• Building structures on the Moon
• 3D Printing Meteorites
• 3D Printed Satellites
• Lunar Quattro
• 3D Printed Medical Devices in Space
• 3D Printing vs. CNC machining
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Artificial Intelligence and 3D printing are the hottest topic when it comes to technologies and innovations in the coming days. Give a 3D Printer artificial intelligence, and just see the future it will build. Being solely dependent on human labour just can not be the sole solution, we need to up bring many better ways too with the emergence of efficient technologies creating intelligent service-oriented production processes for the industry.
- 3D printing can be used to train Artificial Intelligence
- Use of Artificial Intelligence to 3D Print
- Artificial Intelligence Applications in Additive Manufacturing
- Improving Efficiency in the Prefabrication Stage
- Agile Metal technologies
- Reducing the complexity involved in the process
- Defect detection
- Computer Vision for Defect Detection by GE
- Real-time build control
- Predictive maintenance
- Future Potential
- Reducing the talent threshold for manufacturing industries
- artificial intelligence and bioprinting
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The year 2017 saw 3D printing continue its march into every dimension of our lives. With new materials, new methods, new applications, new technologies, the young field is revolutionizing prototyping and manufacturing, and changing the world of design, medicine, construction etc. Rapid prototyping is helping companies realise their ideas into products faster. 3D printed prototypes make all the difference when the need is to convey an idea properly or when it is necessary to ascertain a product/part’s functionality in the real-world before investing in expensive tooling.
- 3D Printed Food
- 3D Printed Shoes
- 3D Printed Organs
- 3D Printing Redefining Air Travel
- Consumer 3D Printing
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Recent developments in Additive Manufacturing have focused on building better, faster, larger and more capable machines and on extending the range of new materials. Researchers Achieve 4D Printing of Programmable Shape-Changing Structures.
- 3D-Printed Patient-Specific Implants Can Improve Integration of Amputee Prosthetic Devices with Bone
- 3D-Printed Polymer Stents Grow with Pediatric Patients and Biodegrade Over Time
- New Dissolvable Metal Support Enables 3D Printing of Complex Metallic Structures
- 3D Printing Creates Knee Model for Evaluating Patellar Disorders and Surgical Approaches
- RolyPOLY - A Unique Flexible Shelter Produced by Robotic Winding of Carbon Fibers
- Skylar Tibbits Appointed Editor-in-Chief of 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing.
- From Ballet Shoes to Human Tissue, Printing Ideas into 3-D Reality
Advanced printers have been built that can extrude multiple materials, providing a level of speed and flexibility that was not present before. The printer reads the file and lays down successive layers of materials, such as plastics, resins, concrete, sand or metals, until the entire object is created. Currently, they have only been used to create 3D models of a structural design, prototypes, and smaller non-structural elements such as landscaping bricks or decorative components. Extremely large 3D printers have already been built that can use concrete-like materials to fabricate a variety of large structural components and even entire buildings, such as emergency huts and residences. Raw materials tested include: Recycled plastic, Bioplastics, Concrete. Synthetic stone-like material made of sand and chemicals
- Reduced materials usage
- Increasing the ability to design a larger variety of customized homes and buildings
- Savings in construction waste
- Reduction of production time by 50%-70%
- Reduction of construction labor costs
- Lower costs for customized design.
- Increasing rate of construction, faster and more accurate.
- Recycling of unused construction components.
- Health and safety risks.
- Lower cost housing or to create designs which is not possible with traditional construction.
- Changes in the type of skills and labor required.
- Risks and errors in the digital model that could result in problems onsite that will need special handling or rework.
- The printers are not necessarily faster than traditional construction. More time may be required for onsite component production
- 3D Printing for Pressurised Concrete
- Virtual and Rapid Prototyping Methods, Wind and Earthquake Simulations on a Five Storey Building
- 3D Construction Printing
- 3D printed buildings
- 3D printed bridges
- Extra-Terrestrial Printed Structure
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The promise of printing human organs began in 1983 when Charles Hull invented stereolithography. Now 3D BioPrinting techniques are used to combine cells, growth factors, and biomaterials to fabricate biomedical parts that maximally imitate natural tissue characteristics. 3D Printer can be used to print tissues and organs to help research drugs and pills. Researchers at Wake Forest University in North Carolina say they have created a 3D printer that can produce organs, tissues, and bones that could theoretically be implanted into living humans. Around 115,000 people in the United States are currently on the waiting list for a lifesaving organ transplant. Another name is added to the national transplant waiting list every 10 minutes. This technology and industry will see explosive growth, with the potential to disrupt many aspects of healthcare and drug development.
- drawback of bioprinting
- pressure assisted bioprinting
- bioprinting challenges
- benefits of bioprinting
- who uses bioprinting
- Bio-Ink in 3D Printing
- Tissue engineering
- Laser assisted bioprinting
- Laser manufacturing
- Rapid prototyping
- High cell density printing
3D Printing or we can say “Additive manufacturing” is now being used in a number of different industries all over the world, including aerospace development, automotive, military science . One of the most beneficial reasons to contemplate using additive manufacturing processes rather than conventional engineering is the ability to create electronic circuits in very small spaces. There’s a range of functional components which can also be easily created, including electronics. Additive manufacturing machines can produce conductor, resistor, dielectric and semiconductor inks which can be processed to create both active and inert components. Shielding, antennas and sensors are just some of the types of electronic components which can be created. Combining additive manufacturing in both the aerospace and electronics industries provides some very advantageous technology, including the ability to print directly onto the wing of unmanned aerial vehicles, creating a lighter and more streamlined design.
- 3D-Printed Electronics: Applications and Opportunities
- 3D Printing for Prototyping in the Electronic Industry
- 3D-Printed Electronics: Hardware, Materials and Service Offerings
- Potential for Revenue Generation by 3D-printed Electronics
- Segmenting a Future 3D-printed Electronics Sector
- Printed Electronics: Emerging Specialist Firms
- Ongoing R&D in 3D-Printed Electronics
- 3D-Printed Metals, Dielectrics for the Electronics Industry
- The Future of 3D-Printed Electronics is non-Proprietary Materials
- Supply Chain Structure for the 3D-Printed Electronics Sector
- Market Forecasts for 3D-Printed Electronics
- 3d printing applications in electronics
- 3d printing embedded electronics
- optomec 3d printer
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Wikipedia says that G-code (also RS-274), which has many variants, is the common name for the most widely used numerical control (NC) programming language. It is used mainly in computer-aided manufacturing to control automated machine tools.
G-code is a language in which people tell computerized machine tools how to make something. The "how" is defined by g-code instructions provided to a machine controller (industrial computer) that tells the motors where to move, how fast to move, and what path to follow. The two most common situations are that, within a machine tool such as a lathe or mill, a cutting tool is moved according to these instructions through a toolpath cutting away material to leave only the finished workpiece and/or, an unfinished workpiece is precisely positioned in any of up to 9 axis around the 3 dimensions relative to a toolpath and, either or both can move relative to each other.
- G code in CNC machine.
- Working of G-Code
- Changing a pallet
- Rapid movement
- A series of controlled feed moves, resulting in a workpiece cut, a bored hole, or a decorative profile shape
- Controlling feed movement, in an arc or a straight line
- Setting tool information
- What Is The Purpose Of CAM Software?
It says your prints are only as good as the software you’re using. 3D printing software serves many different purposes from 3D Modelling to sculpting to customizing. There has come a diverse range of applications and many come with perks like cloud database capabilities and many more. These provide users with various abilities ranging from modelling to rendering to conception and presenting to clients as well. 3D Softwares used here are the virtual sculpting tools, focusing on the concepts of 3D Modelling and 3D Printing. With the software, one can achieve a real 3D Printed model of desire shape and desire imagination and even a new world in design and manufacturing with parameters that are only just beginning to be explored.
3D Printing applications in medicine are revolutionizing day by day. It includes bioprinting, customized implants and prosthetics, medical models and medical devices that revolutionize healthcare and also overcoming many traditional medicines and methods. These 3D Printed models are playing a vital role in the teaching of healthcare, life sciences, medicines. Moreover, its application is expanding rapidly in this era. Some majors branches are listed below:
- 3D Bioprinting
- 3D Printing for Liver Tissue Engineering
- 3D printing in Biomaterials
- Clinical applications of 3D Printing in Orthopaedics
- 3D printing in Radiation Oncology
- 3D printing in dentistry
- 3D printing ocular prosthesis
- 3D printed eye model
- 3D printed eyes
- 3D Medtech Printing
- Tissue and Organ Printing
- 3D Printing in hearing aids
- 3D printed prostheses
- Virtual surgical planning
- Clinical applications of 3D Printing in Traumatology
- Tissue engineering scaffold
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3D Modelling is being used all over the world in various industries like films, animation and gaming, interior designing, architecture and many more. They are also widely used in the medical industry for the interactive representations of anatomy. In 3D computer graphics, 3D modelling is the process of developing a mathematical representation of any surface of an object (either inanimate or living) in 3D via specialized software.
A large market for 3D models (as well as 3D-related content, such as textures, scripts, etc.) still exists – either for individual models or large collections. Several online marketplaces for 3D content allow individual artists to sell content that they have created, including TurboSquid, CGStudio, Creative Market, Sketchfab and CGTrader.
- 3D models printed with a 3D printer
- 2D images created via 3D rendering
- 3D simulations of an object or building
- 3D Printing and floating technologies
M&S is the use of a physical or logical representation of a given system to generate data and help determine decisions or make predictions about the system. Additive Manufacturing (AM) or 3D Printing (3DP) for exacting applications still faces a technical challenge. The expansion of 3DP has created a need for simulation and data management tools. Numerous 3D techniques that have been developed to manufacture complex-shaped components along with more precision that will help to optimize the 3DP process in order to reduce production costs, improve performance & increase robustness/reliability by optimizing design i.e. it all requires is systematic modelling and simulation especially at the time of designing.
- Simulation modelling
- Process simulation
- Computational methods
- Lightweight additively manufactured structures;
- Integration of modelling with process design
- Methods to control & minimize defects.
- Analyzing variation of properties, such as orientation, volume and print direction
3D Printing gives us the ability to handle any level of complexity and also ensures pinpoint accuracy especially in industries like Jewellery, Entertainment, and Fashion where lies less scope of slip-up. For the world of fashion, 3D Printing is not a new concept and when it comes to fashion world it has to be astonishing, astounding, sensational, stunning and what not?
With the help of 3D Printing, the world has come up with several techniques of magnificent work
Gold 3D Printer
3d printed jewellery wax
3d printing jewellery moulds
3D Printed Jewellery for the Fashion Forward."
3D Printing works much ahead than the existing designs. The décors’ of your dreams from vases to tall door’s. Everything at this designate complexities is now achievable using 3D Printing. This 3D printer delivers metal printed components with high-quality material properties and, compared to industry standards, low-surface roughness values, fine features and no residual stresses. New techniques and innovation are coming up with more aesthetical, durable decors and crafts with the invention in 3D Printing there comes new acrostic to win new aesthetic culture to craft more aesthetical decors using different pursuits.
- 3D Technology in Fine Art and Craft
- Fusion of 3D Printing and Traditional Craftsmanship
- 3D Printing - Hobbyists & Crafts
- 3d printing community projects
- thingiverse 3d printer
- bio-inspired ceramics composites
Upcoming amazing technology will help to provide us with a cleaner, greener way out. 3D printed parts are proving to have considerable advantages over conventional manufacturing processes. Since there’s little waste in 3D printing, there’s no excess cutting, drilling and milling. Less refining and assembly also means a reduction in storage before sale and distribution. This is yet another area that reduces the overuse of resources on a mass production scale. Numerous negative impacts like fumes, toxic by-products, excess energy requirements etc has been intervened in 3D printing. Moreover it’s the hope of innovators and scientists to correct all these current problems with future 3D technology. Imagine a world where eco-friendly 3D printed parts produced all we could ever need in a less sophisticated manner and thereby minimal impact on our planet and everything that is a part of it. So it still not a clear picture. Let us find together at the Congress in order to get some more clues to achieve it.
- Global picture in which 3D Printing fits in
- Negative impact of 3D Printing technology
- Widespread earth-friendly 3D printing materials to look out for in the future
- Role of 3D Printing in saving the environment
As in early times, humans picked up bones and rocks to pound, cut and kill, technology has been used to change the world and to alter the manner of our existence. 3D printers have many promising areas of potential future application. It may also be used to make future buildings. Demonstrating the potential, over in China an amazing company called WinSun Decoration Design Engineering has already 3D printed a number of houses.3D printers also to create replacement organs, and even to directly repair the human body in situ. This is known as bioprinting and is an area of rapid development also. In some respects, the market for personal 3D printing is now growing very rapidly, with over a million personal 3D printers likely to be sold annually by 2020. Here come some Future Discussion Topics.
- Metal Printing Will Become More Affordable
- Expect More Vertical Applications Of 3d-Printed Manufacturing
- Additive Manufacturers Will Demand New Design Tools
- Look For More Materials
- Expect Even More Mass Customization
What should you do when you are trying to run a 3D print and it just doesn't come out right or the way you desire the output to be? Undoubtedly, you'll have faced a situation where your prints come out skewed and irregular, with a dull or rough surface finish, with blobs or with plenty of stringing. You’ll know if your printer is under-extruding as you’ll see missing layers, very thin layers, or layers that have random dots and holes in them. Experienced 3D makers, they’d all experienced the frustration with their printers malfunctioning and projects going to waste. Some of the challenges are listed here:
Output/Quality Problems with 3D Printing.
The Process Is Unreliable. Too Much 3D Printer Troubleshooting
The Target: It’s wrong.
The Market: It’s Prematurely Mature.
At the B2C space, customers can see this most clearly through improved products and services. However, in the B2B market – where it’s often services and systems rather than products. Business to business to consumer (B2B2C) is an e-commerce model that combines business to business (B2B) and business to consumer (B2C) for a complete product or service transaction. It creates mutually beneficial service and product delivery channels. Collaboration to drive advancement is the innovative way forward for both established organizations and developing firms to bring new products and services to market. Partnering & Collaboration to drive innovation is the smart way forward for both established organizations and up-and-coming industries to bring fresh products and services to market from all corners.
- Extending Co-Creations through the Value Chain
- Amplifying Results for all parties.
- Enterprise Co-Creation for the B2B Network
- Making Co-Creation Operation with Engagement Platforms