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In recent years, 3D printing has been very popular in the media limelight. It has been illustrated as both the savior of manufacturing but also nothing more than a vehicle for producing cheap gadgets. However, 3D printing has proven its value and relevancy.  Its performance and aid in product development and manufacturing in undebatable. 3D printing has transformed product development life cycles by encouraging innovation, affordable customization and freedom in design. So how has 3D printing changed the way we make products?




Accelerating product development

Prototypes have always been a very important step in product development. Unfortunately, some products can take a great deal of time in the creation of the prototype. Fortunately, due to 3D printing, product developers can cut the time involved in prototyping. Quick prototyping helps faster iterations in the design process.

3D printed prototypes are useful as they can communicate an idea/mechanism and also highlight what’s working and what’s not. Having a prototype in your hand can is a reality check. The more you have throughout the development process, the more refined the product can become. Printed parts make the product development process a great deal faster, allowing for multiple design iterations in a short space of time.

3D printing has changed the process of product development by its ability to create a good impression. 3D printing allows you to hold something physical in your hand and actually see it in person rather than seeing it on a computer screen or a 2D image on a piece of paper. This ability to hold a physical item in your hand can go a long way towards making a great impression.

Designers and engineers now have the ability to produce prototypes to feel, not only for engineering validation but for market and user validation too. Sales and marketing teams can get real user feedback throughout the development of the product—all at a relatively low cost.
Reduced mistakes later in production phase

3D printing has the ability to offer fast iterations paired with precision, tolerance, and repeatability. This allows people to experiment and try new ideas. 3D printing offers designers and engineers a chance to take big risks without big costs or time implications. 3D printing has reduced costs in areas like research and development, testing and refinement, manufacturing and even shipping costs.
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We can now manufacture for design instead of design for manufacturing. This means that engineers and designers have more ability to experiment and dive into new ideas without the financial and time risks of the past. This ability to experiment, test and refine ultimately produces better products and significantly reduces costs and mistakes later in the production phase.

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In addition, there is the opportunity for 3DP to become a major way of manufacturing electronic devices that are intrinsically produced in relatively low volumes -- high speed optoelectronics is a good example here. More prosaically, 3D printers are already in place customizing consumer electronics items and this turns 3DP into a valuable marketing tool in a crowded industry.


In this report we will examine the revenue potential of 3D printed electronics, examining current R&D and its commercialization potential as well as the new materials and 3D printing technologies that are being developed for this new area. We also examine how 3D printed electronics will be used in both prototyping and direct manufacturing of antennas, interconnects, PCBs, sensors and other devices and where initial revenues will emerge.

We also examine the product/market and manufacturing strategies of the firms that are now pursuing the 3D-printed electronics opportunity. In addition, we profile key research institutes and universities who are carrying out notable R&D in the 3D-printed electronics space.

As the world of 3D-printing is evolving, electronics is quickly becoming a new key player. Functional elements such as sensors and switches are now being integrated into 3D-printed products, paving the way for exciting new markets, applications and opportunities.

Thought leaders of this emerging market are converging in Eindhoven during the 3D Printing Electronics Conference to share their knowledge and expertise. Learn about 3D-printed embedded electronics in cars, pended optics and the 3D-manufacturing of smartphone antenna’s.
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On the crossroads of science, technology and business in 3D-printing electronics they will fill you in on the latest breakthroughs, cutting edge research and business opportunities. The 3D Printing Electronics Conference is a platform and information interface enabling an exchange of informations on market requirements, research interests and current results, skills and resources as well as facilitating the building of future partnerships. Academics, engineers, designers, and managers are invited to lecture on their state-of-the-art developments and future prospects or display their products and offers as exhibitor.






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D printing has been around for almost three decades but OEMs have only recently begun to realise its commercial benefits beyond prototyping. It has significantly altered the ways OEMs approach model designing, development, and manufacturing. It is helping car manufacturers across the globe shorten their product development phase, reduce prototype costs, and test new ways of improving efficiency.


With 3D printing, OEMs are able to use CAD software to design parts and then print a prototype themselves, saving them both time and money.

Previously, OEMs outsourced the process of prototyping to machine shops, which not only resulted in additional costs but also took weeks to produce a part. Moreover, if the produced part needed modification (which in most cases it did), then the modified blueprint was sent to the machine shop again for production, resulting in a repeat of the entire process.

Who is using 3D – and what for?

GM uses 3D printing technologies of various kinds, such as selective laser sintering (SLS) and stereolithography (SLA), across its design, engineering, and manufacturing processes and rapid prototypes for about 20,000 parts. Chrysler uses 3D printing for prototyping a wide variety of side-view mirror designs and then selecting the one that looks and performs the best. Ford, on the other hand, has been one of the earliest adopters of 3D printing technology. It runs five 3D prototyping centres, of which three are in the US and two are in Europe. The company churns out about 20,000 prototyped parts per annum from just one of these centres (Michigan, USA).

Other OEMs, such as Mitsubishi – which bought its first 3D printer in 2013 – have been late adopters of the technology.



While 3D printers continue to be widely used for rapid prototyping across the industry, several large vehicle manufacturers have advanced into the next stages of 3D printing technology adoption. Although still in nascent or experimental stage, these OEMs have applied 3D printing to produce hand tools, fixtures and jigs to enhance production efficiency at floor level. Ford, which is one of the most advanced users of 3D printing, uses this technology to produce calibration tools.

The use of metal as a printing material is an innovation that, although still in its nascent stage, is being used by OEMs such as BMW to 3D print (using SLM technology) a metal water wheel pump for its DTM racing car. Auto-parts manufacturer, Johnsons Controls Automotive Seating, also uses 3D printers to print metal parts that have complex shapes and are difficult to produce using traditional welding.

With these new applications taking the industry by storm, several OEMs are increasingly investing in and exploring the uses of additive manufacturing. While few companies have been slow in adopting to 3D manufacturing initially, it is expected that they will soon come up to speed with the advances in the use of this technology, given the holistic benefits it offers.

One of the biggest drawbacks of 3D printing is that in an industry driven by volumes, its current speed cannot match the production volume requirements, thus inhibiting the use of this technology for direct part manufacturing. This in a large way restricts the use of 3D printing for mass production. While there is ongoing research into high-speed additive manufacturing, it still remains a concept.

Even if large automobile components are to be produced using this technology, they still need to be attached together through welding or other techniques. This lowers the benefits accrued from 3D printing the parts in the first place. This aspect of 3D printing is also being researched, and unlike high-speed additive manufacturing, 3D printing companies have made good ground in building large 3D printers that do not restrict the size of the component produced.

On reflection

The automotive industry must take its cue from the aerospace and defence industry, which, along with additive manufacturing companies, has heavily invested in developing new materials and technology in 3D printing to meet evolving requirements. Instead of sitting and waiting for 3D printer manufacturers to bring about new uses of 3D printing for the automotive industry, OEMs themselves should proactively seek to innovate with the technology.
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BMW uses 3D printing’s FDM technology to build hand-tools for vehicle assembly and testing. In addition to the financial advantages, FDM process helps the company to make ergonomically designed assembly tools that perform better than traditionally made tools.




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Recent analysis of the global 3D printing materials market for the aerospace industry reveals that the market is set to experience significant opportunities for rapid growth. Leading industry participants such as Boeing and Airbus intend to expedite the adoption of 3D printing technology to reduce supply chain complexities and costs, shorten time frames, enhance functionality and performance, and produce lighter and safer flight-worthy parts and products.

quantum change in terms of supply-chain re-arrangement as 3D printing manufacturing makes inroads,” said Sayan Mukherjee, senior research analyst, chemicals and materials at Frost & Sullivan. “Material manufacturers with industry-qualified products have immense opportunity to cash in on double-digit growth.”

To gain a competitive advantage in a rapidly evolving market, Mukherjee recommends material manufacturers collaborate with machinery manufacturers such as Stratasys, EOS, and 3-D Systems to develop materials that are innovative, air-worthy, and suitable for large 3D printing. Leveraging new business models, designing products for different applications, and utilizing product bundling are further strategies to embrace.

Five key trends creating growth opportunities in the market include:

    Plastic filaments leading the 3D printing materials market, driven by their high adoption rate due to early availability of the technology;
    Metal powders having huge application potential in critical aircraft parts, including engine and static components;
    A market shift toward production of flight-worthy parts in the next five years;
    Boost to tooling applications through 3D printing; and,
    The rationalization of prices over the next few years, making additive manufacturing a more desired solution.

“Although 3D printing greatly reduces cost involvement and turnaround time for short-volume production, the slow printing speed can be a hindrance to high-volume production until faster printing technology is available,” Mukherjee said. “Furthermore, the lack of clarity among end users regarding the medium- and long-term benefits of adopting 3D printing is a challenge to the industry.”

The “Global 3D Printing Materials Market for the Aerospace Industry” market intelligence report identifies disruptive technologies, drivers and restraints, megatrends, market share, and the competitive environment for players such as Stratasys, 3-D Systems, EOS GmbH, Arcam (GE), Covestro, Metalysis, DSM, Sandvik, Mitsubishi Chemicals, Solvay, SABIC, and Norsk Titanium. Unit shipment, revenue forecast, percent revenue forecast by product, and engineering measurements for segments such as plastic powders, plastic filaments, and metal powders are also provided.
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3D printing can today produce models and parts across a myriad of industries. From medical models, medical device prototypes, and functional dental applications, to in-flight aerospace parts and high-strength automotive components. These are just a few examples of the vast capabilities of Stratasys’ 3D printing technology and materials, with innovations happening every day.



With healthcare industries across the world under political and economic pressure to perform, 3D printing allows manufacturers to cost effectively produce customised medical devices. In addition, we have seen the use of 3D printing become integral to surgical planning. The ability to plan, perform and perfect surgery on a 3D printed medical model prior to the actual procedure offers many benefits. It should directly reduce complications and the amount of time patients spend on the operating table, improving the success rate. This demonstrates that patient diagnosis and treatments are expected to be directly improved by 3D printing.

Innovative and efficient medical device production

Today more and more manufacturers of medical devices enjoy significantly improved lead times and reduced costs using 3D printing technology. Multiple medical assembly tools can be produced overnight compared to several days, or in some cases, weeks if the tooling process is being outsourced via traditional production methods.

Traditionally it would have taken 4-6 weeks to manufacture a device in aluminium, but with Stratasys PolyJet 3D printing technology, Worrell, another of our customers, dramatically reduced its lead times to two days for low-volume runs. The toughness and heat resistance of our DigitalABS material has advanced the production of 3D printed injection moulds, as they are now able to withstand the rigours of an injection moulding machine. Most significantly, this enables companies like Worrell to quickly and cost-effectively produce medical device prototype parts in the final production material. In the case of complex, multi-disciplinary surgeries, the use of 3D printed surgical guides dramatically reduces time spent in operating theatres, and simplifies the pre-surgical planning process. Beyond time efficiencies, customers are enjoying a dramatic reduction in costs. In certain cases, some of our own customers have reported cost savings of up to 70%.

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Beyond surgical guides and medical devices, we are beginning to see 3D printed parts being put directly into patients. At the University of Michigan doctors were presented with a baby who was born with Trachea Bronchi Malaysia (without cartilage in its windpipe). The team then utilised Stratasys’ 3D printing technology to 3D print a scaffold of absorbable material to help the body heal itself. Three patients have benefitted from this treatment and all three are doing fantastically.
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The healthcare segment is changing rapidly. Stratasys 3D printing solutions are strengthening the segments ability to provide for patients, and shape the future of surgical training. As a leading provider of 3D printing solutions, Stratasys has a responsibility and ethos of shaping people’s lives by revolutionising the way things are made. This is no more evident than in the world of healthcare.





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For all 3D printing enthusiasts this is one more confirmation that the technology is here to stay and will continue shaping the future of manufacturing for the years and decades to come. As for the ones who are still waiting to see where the manufacturing revolution is going, perhaps now it is the time to start thinking about jumping on the bandwagon before it is too late.



The Innovation and Interaction Centre for Additive Manufacturing

Another large company who is looking at strengthening its position on the 3D printing world is Henkel, a major player in the field of materials. Henkel’s business unit of Adhesive Technologies is responsible for strategic partnerships aiming at the expansion of the company’s materials portfolio which support the development of new machines. The company has been announcing a series of partnerships for the joint development of new industrial 3D printing solutions. The latest ones include a cooperation with Carbon3D and HP.

The recently announced partnership with Carbon3D seems to be fruit of a positive collaboration last year. Carbon3D, a startup based in Silicon Valley, works with 3D printing technologies from model preparation to post-processing. Their portfolio includes printers, washers and filaments. In September 2017, Carbon3D announced it was starting to offer resins in bulk packaging – thanks to the joint development of a meter mix and dispense device (MMD). The new partnership will extend the development of new materials and specialized dispensing equipment but also includes Henkel’s development of customized Loctite resins for the American’s startup printers.


The Innovation and Interaction Centre for Additive Manufacturing

Another large company who is looking at strengthening its position on the 3D printing world is Henkel, a major player in the field of materials. Henkel’s business unit of Adhesive Technologies is responsible for strategic partnerships aiming at the expansion of the company’s materials portfolio which support the development of new machines. The company has been announcing a series of partnerships for the joint development of new industrial 3D printing solutions. The latest ones include a cooperation with Carbon3D and HP.
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The recently announced partnership with Carbon3D seems to be fruit of a positive collaboration last year. Carbon3D, a startup based in Silicon Valley, works with 3D printing technologies from model preparation to post-processing. Their portfolio includes printers, washers and filaments. In September 2017, Carbon3D announced it was starting to offer resins in bulk packaging – thanks to the joint development of a meter mix and dispense device (MMD). The new partnership will extend the development of new materials and specialized dispensing equipment but also includes Henkel’s development of customized Loctite resins for the American’s startup printers.





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3D printers are best suited for certain tasks: they are good for small production runs where customized products and short development cycles are the norm; they are suited for small items because there are limits to the size of affordable 3D printers; they are suited to high-value products, because they make it easier for the developer to retain manufacturing in-house; they are also suited to products with high complexity, because the creation of complex geometric features is difficult to achieve using traditional machining methods but relatively easy with 3D printing. This is because any part that can be modeled digitally can be printed.



In retail, 3D printing is also being used to create foot traffic for stores and also as a way of offering a greater degree of product customization to consumers. Other future uses include it being a low waste production alternative for waste-conscious consumers and a way of allowing small manufacturers with limited amounts of capital to produce complex parts. 3D printing is currently being explored in new contexts as well, most notably in construction and medicine.

There are four primary applications for additive manufacturing systems -
- Rapid prototyping
- Tooling
- Direct part manufacturing
- Maintenance and repair

The report "3D Printing in Retail and FMCG - Thematic Research", offers a framework in which to look at 3D Printing, summarizes the important trends, and identifies the key players.The report also helps in identifying winners and losers based on technology leadership, market position and other factors.

Scope
- This report analyses the impact of 3D printing in retail and FMCG.
- It discusses the benefits and uses of 3D printing in retail.
- It identifies the early adopters in this technology theme.

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- The report highlights some of the leading players in the 3D printing sector.
- It identifies some of the main trends in the 3D printing industry over the next 12 to 24 months.
- It provides an industry analysis, with use cases, history, market size forecasts, competitor landscape, mergers and acquisitions and a timeline.
- The report also analyses the impact of 3D printing on retail and FMCG through case studies, and key recommendations for 3D printing vendors.
- It offers a technology briefing, explaining the evolution of the additive manufacturing industry.


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No electronic component is complete without an enclosure that houses its circuit boards and its peripherals. We design and manufacture fully customized plastic electronic housings in 3-5 days without the requirement of minimum order quantity. The fitment and the quality of the final polished 3d printed part we provide is at par with molded products, good to be used for small batch production required for pilot launch.



3D Printed Enclosures

We can 3d print for general purpose prototyping or for functional case used for fitment and as final product.
Small Batch Production

Go to market fast for the pilot product launch without investing huge capital and time on die and mould. We use advanced industrial 3d printing technologies and vaccum casting for batch production.

 

Reverse Engineering

To generate a 3d model from your already existing Electronic / IoT enclosure we use 3d scanning and 3d modeling processes

In addition, Nano Dimension has developed a unique software that allows the printing of electronics-design files with flexible connections. The software receives complex three-dimensional files (CAD) from the user and converts them, using a unique algorithm, to files that can be 3D printed.

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Printing flexible connections eliminates the need to manually connect the circuits, enabling potential customers to benefit from high quality connections with high mechanical properties such as bending, twisting, and strength, while saving space and money. To the best of the company's knowledge, Nano Dimension is the first in the world to successfully print multi-layered rigid circuits with flexible connections. The potential market for this solution includes companies from a variety of industries, such as aerospace, missiles, aviation, flexible electronics, wearable equipment, IoT, etc. One example of how such circuits may be used is during the process of creating a flexible watch. The electronics in the watch could potentially be printed using Nano Dimension's technology, eliminating the need to manually add connectors. Thus, the watch could be thinner, more durable, and with flexibility properties that vary according to the ergonomic design of the watch.



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4th semester / 3D Printing Drives Advances In Automotive Manufacturing
« on: August 20, 2018, 10:51:52 am »
Automakers Bullish On 3D

3D printing is rewriting the book on how automakers can not only design but also produce vehicle parts. The market for 3D printing within the automotive sector will continue to grow in the coming years.
With this potential and market capacity, practical use of the technology isn’t a far-off concept; automotive 3D printing has already arrived. Today, automakers use stereolithography (SL) 3D-printing processes to produce highly accurate prototypes, ideal for getting the initial touch and feel characteristics of lightweight concept parts. They use selective laser sintering (SLS) 3D-printing processes to produce prototype parts for functional testing. With direct metal laser sintering (DMLS) processes, engineers can continue reducing weight, while achieving well-designed complex parts that are often too difficult to machine.   



A growing number of automakers are also using 3D printing for end-use production. BMW, for example, has used additive manufacturing to produce over 10,000 parts for its Rolls-Royce Phantom. The company sees additive technologies as one of its “main production methods” in the future, and continues to explore advances in 3D printing to help shorten production times and improve flexibility.

Mercedes-Benz is also using SLS 3D printing to produce high-quality, on-demand spare parts for its trucks. This allows the company to supply spare parts even decades after a model’s production ends, while reducing the stocking and storage of spares that may never be used.

Driving Better Designs

The greatest benefit 3D printing brings to automotive is the ability to create more complex designs, while using fewer lighter parts. The aerospace industry already doing this successfully.

GE, for example, used additive manufacturing to reduce the number of parts in its new turboprop aircraft engine from 855 down to just 12. This decreased the engine’s weight by 5 percent, which in turn will reduce fuel usage 20 percent, and produce 10 percent more power than the competition. Fewer parts will also reduce wear and tear, along with supply chain demands.

Automakers can realize similar benefits in their designs take something like an elbow pipe. Instead of using two straight pipes, an elbow pipe, and flanges to hold them together, those components could be consolidated into a single contoured pipe. This kind of parts reduction creates opportunities to mitigate weight, size, and improve fuel economy, since parts can be printed in complex geometries and organic designs to optimize part performance. It also creates a smaller bill of materials and fewer spare parts to manage long term, while enhancing overall vehicle performance with smoother air and fuel flow.

One of the most exciting aspects of 3D printing is opening the door for designers to unleash their creativity on part designs by incorporating thin walls, web-like lattices, and other elaborate features. Advances in direct metal laser sintering (DMLS), for instance, now enable automakers to create more complex assemblies and intricate parts, such as engine components, that have the properties of metal and would otherwise be too costly or difficult—or even impossible—to machine.

As automakers integrate 3D printing more into their operations, understanding how to get the most out of the process will be crucial. By working with a supplier that understands part orientation as part of the 3D-printing process, for example, companies can produce higher-quality parts that require less secondary finishing.

Manufacturing Flexibility

Greater use of embedded technologies, combined with more vehicle models and feature options, has introduced more complexity into the vehicle design and production processes. In addition to the use of 3D printing, some automotive companies are using other advances in digital manufacturing to better manage this complexity.

With this potential and market capacity, practical use of the technology isn’t a far-off concept; automotive 3D printing has already arrived. Today, automakers use stereolithography (SL) 3D-printing processes to produce highly accurate prototypes, ideal for getting the initial touch and feel characteristics of lightweight concept parts. They use selective laser sintering (SLS) 3D-printing processes to produce prototype parts for functional testing. With direct metal laser sintering (DMLS) processes, engineers can continue reducing weight, while achieving well-designed complex parts that are often too difficult to machine.   

A growing number of automakers are also using 3D printing for end-use production. BMW, for example, has used additive manufacturing to produce over 10,000 parts for its Rolls-Royce Phantom. The company sees additive technologies as one of its “main production methods” in the future, and continues to explore advances in 3D printing to help shorten production times and improve flexibility.

Mercedes-Benz is also using SLS 3D printing to produce high-quality, on-demand spare parts for its trucks. This allows the company to supply spare parts even decades after a model’s production ends, while reducing the stocking and storage of spares that may never be used.

Driving Better Designs

The greatest benefit 3D printing brings to automotive is the ability to create more complex designs, while using fewer lighter parts. The aerospace industry already doing this successfully.

GE, for example, used additive manufacturing to reduce the number of parts in its new turboprop aircraft engine from 855 down to just 12. This decreased the engine’s weight by 5 percent, which in turn will reduce fuel usage 20 percent, and produce 10 percent more power than the competition. Fewer parts will also reduce wear and tear, along with supply chain demands.

Automakers can realize similar benefits in their designs take something like an elbow pipe. Instead of using two straight pipes, an elbow pipe, and flanges to hold them together, those components could be consolidated into a single contoured pipe. This kind of parts reduction creates opportunities to mitigate weight, size, and improve fuel economy, since parts can be printed in complex geometries and organic designs to optimize part performance. It also creates a smaller bill of materials and fewer spare parts to manage long term, while enhancing overall vehicle performance with smoother air and fuel flow.

One of the most exciting aspects of 3D printing is opening the door for designers to unleash their creativity on part designs by incorporating thin walls, web-like lattices, and other elaborate features. Advances in direct metal laser sintering (DMLS), for instance, now enable automakers to create more complex assemblies and intricate parts, such as engine components, that have the properties of metal and would otherwise be too costly or difficult—or even impossible—to machine.

As automakers integrate 3D printing more into their operations, understanding how to get the most out of the process will be crucial. By working with a supplier that understands part orientation as part of the 3D-printing process, for example, companies can produce higher-quality parts that require less secondary finishing.

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Manufacturing Flexibility

Greater use of embedded technologies, combined with more vehicle models and feature options, has introduced more complexity into the vehicle design and production processes. In addition to the use of 3D printing, some automotive companies are using other advances in digital manufacturing to better manage this complexity.



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3D printers won’t make microchips for you, but it will let you create many other elements needed for electronic products. Leading technology companies are already using 3D printers, mainly for prototyping, but it’s not the only possible application of 3D printing in the electronics industry.



3D printing is a technology which can be used by the giants and by the little ones. The low cost of a single 3D printer make it possible even for a newborn start-up to buy one. On the other hand, the leading companies in the field use 3D printers on a mass scale. In every case, they make work easier. For small companies, they accelerate decisions and make it possible to conduct prototyping rapidly with the company’s own resources. In large corporations, they bring significant savings.
Printing Spares for the Production Line

The best example is Bosch and their use of Zortrax M200 3D printers. Bosch doesn’t use them for prototyping. The branch in Mondeville, France uses 3D printers to manufacture spare parts for machines and equipment used on the production line. 3D printed parts are cheaper than original elements and available in a few hours. This allows for continuous production, without being forced to wait until spare parts are delivered. Storing all the possible spare parts in advance is also not financially sound. The factory manager, Frédéric Boumaza, stated that thanks to the Zortrax M200 3D printers the company had already saved 80 thousand euros and a lot of time. Creating tools and spares is one of the most interesting applications of 3D printing.
Quick Prototyping

When you consider 3D printing in the electronics industry, you can’t skip the subject of prototyping. 3D printing makes it possible to quickly create the prototype of a casing or other elements needed for the test device to work. The technology is relatively cheap, available and fast. You can quickly modify projects. Zortrax 3D printers were used to create the prototype casings of the Sherlybox, a device that was part of a private cloud service for business.
Elements of a Polished Product

Sometimes the 3D printer is enough for small or medium volume production. The Zortrax M200 3D printer is the perfect example. It comes with a holder for the material which was printed with the use of an exactly identical 3D printer. In some cases, such a decision is financially sound. When you release the first, small series of your devices you can print their casings in a 3D printer. The same goes for other components. 3D printing is perfect for applications sych creating components for robotic arms and other complex devices. 3D printing can lower costs and allows for quick modifications to the project. Moreover, materials such as Z-ABS for the Zortrax M200 3D printer are available in eleven different colors. This will let you put your product into a very attractive body.
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Rapid prototyping, quick modifying of the projects as well as functional testing are some of the main advantages of using 3D printing in the electronics industry in the stage of creating a project. The technology can also be used during production to print finalized parts or tools and spares necessary for production. 3D printing accelerates the design phase and significantly reduces costs. You have to remember that it can have practical applications both in small companies and in huge corporations.





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Taking advantage of 3D printing technology for its cost-effective potential when it comes to creating spare part replacements. The short production run of many of Porsche’s Classic cars series makes it financially impractical for the company to store a large amount of components, but reproducing spare parts after a production run is finished requires costly, specific tooling.



3D printing is significantly transforming the way automobiles are designed and developed. This technology is being adopted by the automotive industry in order to lower turnaround time, reduce material wastage, lower manufacturing costs and increase the production rate. 3D printing not only helps to give an aesthetic design to the automobile, but it also delivers working prototype in a record turnaround time. 3D printing technology is useful for applications that range from manufacturing complex automotive parts in a shorter span of time in comparison to conventional printers to printing these parts and other accessories. The global automotive 3D printing market is primarily being driven by reduction in overall time of rapid prototyping of automotive parts, innovation in new printing materials for 3D printing and increasing government investments in the research & development project related to 3D printing. However standardization issues, high cost and limited availability of 3D printers coupled with lack of skilled labor are the factors that are restraining the widespread adoption of this technology in the automotive industry.

The global automotive 3D printing market can be segmented on the basis of technology, material, application and region. Based on technology the global market can be segregated into stereolithography, electron beam melting, three dimensional inkjet printing, fused disposition modeling, laser sintering and laminated object manufacturing.  Stereolithography is expected to hold the dominant share of the global market throughout the forecast period, owing to the superior techniques and enhanced speed offered by this technology to design and manufacture automotive parts. However, laser sintering and fused disposition modeling are also expected to gain popularity in the coming years. By material, the market can be trifurcated into metal & alloy, polymer and others. The most preferred material for 3D printing is polymer because of its strength and flexibility. However, the demand for metals for automotive 3D printing is expected to gain traction in the coming years, as the components which need to withstand high pressure and temperature can be developed deploying 3D printers which use metals at the printing material.
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The global automotive 3D printing market can be additionally segregated by application into prototyping and tooling, R&D and innovation and manufacturing complex parts. In the automotive industry, the primary function of 3D printing is prototyping and tooling, owing to which this application area is west to acquire the largest market share. 3D prototyping and tooling helps to reduce additional costs associated with outsourcing tasks and overall product manufacturing time. Furthermore, the market can be classified geographically into North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, South America and Middle East and Africa. North America represents the largest market for automotive 3D printing globally, primarily due to the early adoption of this technology. However, the major automotive producing regions of Europe and Asia Pacific markets which are still at the nascent stage in automotive 3D printing adoption are expected to record higher growth rates than North America during the period of forecast, driven by the declining price of 3D printers.



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How To Use Techbits Forum / The Advances of Medical 3D Printing
« on: August 10, 2018, 11:53:12 am »
Medical 3D Printing Is Revolutionizing Healthcare

3D printing is already revolutionizing human health care on so many levels. It’s fixing people and enhancing their lives like nothing else before it. Best of all is that there’s still plenty of potential for further research and development in 3D printing for medical uses. Some things are already in use and making a real difference in people’s lives. Other designs are currently awaiting approval.



Here are just a few of the mind-blowing medical applications produced by 3D printing:

    Affordable prosthetic parts
    Bones
    Cranium replacement
    Drugs
    Ear cartilage
    Heart valves
    Human embryonic stem cells
    Human organs
    Human tissues with blood vessels
    Medical models
    Synthetic skin
    Precision medical equipment

The list could go on, and it will continue to grow indefinitely as technology and research advances. It’s beyond the scope of this guide to write about all of these items, as each product and its related application deserves a book of its own. We will, however, look at seven of the most talked about 3D medical research applications at the time of writing, namely:

    3D printed organs
    3D surgery for training
    3D prosthetics
    3D dental care
    3D facial reconstruction
    3D printed ears and bones
    3D printed drugs

3D-printable prosthetics have arrived. They’re starting to change the face of medicine as we know it. Engineers and physicians are working together to develop new-style prosthetics. These are models that become totally customized, matching the wearers exact needs. The world of prosthetics has never looked so good. In fact, 3D printing prosthetics has now become easy to do. Just about anyone with the proper equipment and the right materials can print their own artificial limbs.

The growing success of 3D printed prosthetics is down to four key factors:

    Improved technology
    Lower cost of 3D printers and materials
    New, impressive innovations in prosthetic designs
    Increased global manufacturing and distribution


3D printed braces, bridges, dentures, and teeth are becoming the new norm.

3D printing in dentistry has similar benefits to other health care applications. In short, it’s quick, affordable, and precise. It’s a win-win situation for both dentists and their patients. The procedural costs are lower, and the patient experience is much more comfortable.

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3D Facial Reconstruction

Every 3D medical application we’ve looked at thus far has been exciting and impressive. 3D facial reconstruction, though, offers something quite different to patients. It’s an area of 3D printing that has the potential to transform lives from the inside out, physically and mentally. Any kind of bodily disfigurement is unpleasant, but the face is a special case. People—strangers mostly—can’t help but stare at a deformed face. And the more disfigured it is, the more they look. It’s not that people are being nasty, or disrespectful, it’s just that it’s natural for the eyes to draw to anything that’s unusual and eye-catching. Living with a heavily disfigured face is not only upsetting, it can be traumatic too. Some people even lock themselves away indoors, only venturing out when it’s absolutely necessary.
Although the technology is forever evolving, the five biggest sectors to look out for include:

    Tissue engineering
    Bracing
    Hip and knee replacements
    Hearing aids
    Dental engineering





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On a different note, 3D printing has opened up new opportunities for production, factory maintenance, and R&D, since acquiring spares for a machine has never been easier. 3D printing is a technology with a mixed impression, but most people are noticing that the pros will outweigh the cons.



3D Printing in R&D

Research and development departments require prototypes, often times, a lot of them. In a typical setup, prototypes are handcrafted or made from molds, which takes up a lot of the designer’s precious time. Using 3D printed prototypes, designers are able to save both time and money.

Prodrive is a company that manufactures equipment and technologies related to motorsports, and they have incorporated using 3D printing for R&D for a long time now. Since 2009, Prodrive has been using 3D printing to create automobile models with Prodrive goodies installed providing the team with a better idea of the project in its entirety.  It also gave the team a physical model to examine, not just a computer rendering. Many other companies have began seeing the potential of 3D printing models, even Aston Martin goes along the same path when it comes to an effective R&D strategy planning.

Additive Manufacturing

Additive Manufacturing seems to be quite the buzzword in today's manufacturing industry. The usual manufacturing process is mostly a subtractive process, where the raw material gets wasted and reused over and over again. For example, in a car factory sheet metal is cut and shaped into specific body parts and leftover metal is later melted back down and formed into metal plates again before they can be reused for any further processes.

On the other hand, 3D printing is a very precise manufacturing process. Whatever is designed is  3D-printed using the raw materials, no cutting down, no leftover material, no need to reprocess the materials. Therefore, it’s only an additive process and not subtractive. By being an additive process, 3D manufacturing reduces material waste, as well as processing time and required equipment.
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3D Printing Benefits the Environment

Most of the countries in the world now have very bold and strict environmental laws for industry to protect the community around them, as well as nature in general. By using additive manufacturing strategy, 3D printing can actively contribute to lesser carbon emission. Many of the aerospace manufacturers now use 3D printing to produce modules that require precise cut and structural uniformity. By doing so, they reduce wasting raw material and eventually the CO2 emission to nature is reduced by a significant amount. Some 3D printers can actually use recycled wood, reducing the environmental effect of what little waste does occur.



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NEWS / What Can 3D Printing Do for Product Development?
« on: August 08, 2018, 11:27:52 am »
Customers should get the best possible product for their money, courtesy of the additional design iterations and testing the product will go through. 3D printed prototypes lead to more refined end products because key decisions about the function and feel of the product were made early in the design process. The improved communication made possible by handing prototypes to manufacturers and suppliers also ensures the true design intent will be achieved.



When low-end 3D printers began to hit the market several years ago, I initially viewed them as a threat to the high-end professional-grade printers I have been servicing. Now I realize they helped bring 3D printing into the mainstream, despite their limitations compared to more expensive printers. For example, low-cost printers have exposed the technology and capabilities to many hobbyists. Various websites now exist where people share designs and photos of printed models. Anyone can now download 3D files to print anything from toys, custom tool holders, quad-copter components, and even robotic-hands. Keep in mind, there are limits to the complexity of these models and models can have fairly rough surface finishes.

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Fused deposition modeling (FDM) is a process where a plastic filament is extruded through a nozzle and guided by an X and Y carriage to create layers of models. As each layer is finished, the build platform is lowered and the next layer begins. The layer thicknesses tend to be in the 0.005 inch to 0.01 inch range. The nature of this printing method makes models with visible layers and some rough surfaces. However, the strength of the finished FDM models can be quite high.






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BBA/BCA 2018 CUTOFF'S + COUNSELLING / 3D Printed structural electronics
« on: August 07, 2018, 11:38:51 am »
ABSTRACT

The need for personalised and smart products drives the development of structural electronics with mass-customisation capability. A number of challenges need to be overcome in order to address the potential of complete free form manufacturing of electronic devices.



One key challenge is the integration of conductive structures and components into 3D printed devices by combining different materials and printing techniques that have nearly incompatible printing conditions. In this paper, several methods to integrate electronic circuits and components into a 3D printed structure are discussed. The functional performance of the resulting structures is described. Structural parts were manufactured with a stereolithography-based 3D printing technique, which was interrupted to pick and place electronic components, followed by either direct writing or squeegee filling of conductive material. A thermal curing step was applied to enhance the bonding and improve the electrical performance. Optical micrography, 4-point resistance measurement and cross-sectional analysis were performed to evaluate functionality.
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Dual material 3D printing was used to fabricate a variety of inductors and capacitors with properties that could be predictably tuned by modifying either the geometry of the components, or the materials used to fabricate the components. These resistors, capacitors, and inductors were combined to create a fully 3D printed high-pass filter with properties comparable to its conventional counterparts. The relatively low impedance of the copper-based filament enabled its use for 3D printing of a receiver coil for wireless power transfer. We also demonstrate the ability to embed and connect surface mounted components in 3D printed objects with a low-cost ($1000 in parts), open source dual-material 3D printer. This work thus demonstrates the potential for FFF 3D printing to create complex, three-dimensional circuits composed of either embedded or fully-printed electronic components.



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