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Description: 3D Printing:Opportunities Abound:- What is 3D printing? - The creation of a physical product by adding material layer by layer, rather than by a subtractive technique like machining. Technologies and Materials. Market Players/Disruptors - 3D Printing Market, 3D Printer Manufacturers, HP - Disruptive Technology? - Multi-jet Fusion, Full-color, 10X faster at lower cost, Continuous printing, Fast cooling processes, Proprietary multi-agents fused together,Available late 2016-2017.

 
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Contents:
3D Printing:
Opportunities
Abound
July 14, 2016

Agenda







What is 3D printing?
Technologies and Materials
Market Players/Disruptors
Applications
Advantages and Take-aways

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3D print Yoda,
you will!

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What is 3D Printing?
aka … Additive Manufacturing
The creation of a physical
product by adding material
layer by layer, rather than by a
subtractive technique like
machining.

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Agenda







What is 3D printing?
Technologies and Materials
Market Players/Disruptors
Applications
Advantages and Take-aways

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3D Printer Types
RepRap
3Doodler

Objet1000 Plus
Production
Printer

Zortrax M200 Desktop Printer
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TierTime’s
UP mini 2
Desktop
3D Printer

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3D Printing Technologies

Fused
Deposition
Modeling

Selective
Laser
Sintering

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Electron
Beam or
Laser
Melting

Stereolithography
/ DLP

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Inkjet

Selective
Deposition
Lamination

Materials
Plastic / Rubber

PLA
Soft PLA
HIPS
ABS
Nylon
Polycarbonate
Acrylic polymer
PET
TPE
TPU
Silicone
BendLay
t-glase
Carbon fiber
Fiberglass
Kevlar
Etc…

Metal

Food

Brass
Stainless steel
Silver
Bronze
Gold
Titanium
Tungsten
Aluminum
Etc…

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Chocolate
Sugar
Nutella
Pizza dough
Etc…

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Other

LayWood
Paper
LayBrick
Ceramic
Clay
Conductive paint
Sandstone
Straw
Seaweed
Castable wax
Wool
Drywall
Concrete
Bio materials
Etc…

Agenda







What is 3D printing?
Technologies and Materials
Market Players/Disruptors
Applications
Advantages and Take-aways

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3D Printing Market
2009: FDM
patent
expires,
RepRap
introduced.

1980s:
SLA, SLS,
FDM
patents filed

1990s: 3D
Systems,
Stratasys,
EOS
established

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2014-2015:
Market
correction

Early 2010s:
Media
attention,
boom period

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2016:
Focus on
professional
markets

3D Printer Manufacturers

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HP – Disruptive Technology?







Multi-jet Fusion
Full-color
10X faster at lower cost
Continuous printing
Fast cooling processes
Proprietary multi-agents fused
together
• Available late 2016-2017
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Agenda







What is 3D printing?
Technologies and Materials
Market Players/Disruptors
Applications
Advantages and Take-aways

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Applications







• Makers/Hobbyists
• Food
• Movie
Props/Costumes
• Architecture
• Electronics

Prototyping
Medical/Dental
Automotive
Aerospace
Art/Sculpture
Fashion/Jewelery

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Applications: Fashion

The Nike Zoom
Superfly Flyknit
Shoe

Allyson Felix, 3-time Olympic
Gold-medal winner

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Applications: Motion Pictures

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Applications: Drones

X-Copter, Mini Quadcopter Frame
CameronD on Shapeways
STELLA gimbal mount
For Phantom quad
Bophoto on Shapeways

Wasp case for Micro Drone 2.0
MicroDroneCases on Shapeways

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Applications: Prosthetics

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Applications: Prototyping







Key use for 3D printing
Trend: buy your own
Shortens product development cycle
Reduces time to market
Protects IP

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Applications: Automotive

Local Motors LM3D Car

Goodyear
Concept tire

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Applications: Aerospace
3D-Printed Housing for the T25 Sensor
1st 3D-printed part certified by the FAA to fly
in commercial planes!
Airbus A320neo

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fuel nozzles
in each LEAP
engine by
CFM/GE
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Applications: Electronics

• PCBs
– Conductive and insulating inks
– Pause prints to add electronics
– Create traces for conductive material

• Batteries, sensors, antennas, packaging

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Agenda







What is 3D printing?
Technologies and Materials
Market Players/Disruptors
Applications
Advantages and Take-aways

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Advantages and Take-aways








Leaner supply chain – JiT
Ability to print on-site
Green
Flexible design and iterations
Quick
Low-volume / high-value

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Thank you!

Contact Rick Vogelei at
rickv@semico.com for our
report –

3D Printing: The Next
Industrial Revolution
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