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  1. 3D Printing Presented By: AashishBachlash 001 AdityaBatabyal 003 Jaspreet Singh 042 Pawan K Singh 056 3D Printing

  2. 3D + Printing = 3D Printing • 3D Printing is the process of making three dimensional solid objects from digital file using a materials printer, in a manner similar to printing images on paper. • Global 3D printing market will reach US$2.99 billion by 2018. Report by (Global Industry Analysts, Inc) 3D Printing 3-D Printing Presentation

  3. 7 Practical Applications of 3D Printing • Engineering.In 3D printing, engineers only need to make a 3D graphic image of the design they are working on and have it rendered using a 3D printer. • Architecture.Architects need to create mockups of their designs.3D printers allow them to come up with these mockups in a short period of time and with a higher degree of accuracy. • Advertising and marketing. Creating 3D models of products gives advertisers and marketers an edge that can boost their sales. 3D Printing 3-D Printing Presentation

  4. 7 Practical Applications of 3D Printing • Education.3D printing allows teachers to create more accurate visual aids for their lessons. • Medicine. Many surgeons now use 3D renderings of the part of their patient’s body that they need to operate on to practice on the procedure they need to perform before actually performing them. • Archaeology and paleontology. In order to prevent damage to these relics and remains when they are being handled or studied, 3D replicas are made instead. • Forensic pathology: 3D printing helps a lot in such forensic investigations. 3D Printing 3-D Printing Presentation

  5. 3D Printing-IMPLICATIONS FOR THE LOGISTICS INDUSTRY • Potentially a proportion of goods which were previously produced in China or other Asia markets could be ‘near-sourced’ to North America and Europe. This would reduce shipping and air cargo volumes. • The ‘mass customization’ of products would mean that inventory levels fall, as goods are made to order. This would have the effect of reducing warehousing requirements. • There would be fewer opportunities for logistics suppliers to be involved in companies’ upstream supply chains, as manufacturing processes are increasingly re-bundled within a single facility. Tiers of component suppliers are done away with, as is the need for supplier villages, line side supply etc. 3D Printing 3-D Printing Presentation

  6. 3D Printing-IMPLICATIONS FOR THE LOGISTICS INDUSTRY • Downstream logistics would also be affected. Build-to-order production strategies could fundamentally impact the manufacturer-wholesaler-retailer. • A major new sector of the logistics industry would emerge dealing with the storage and movement of the raw materials which ‘feed’ the 3D Printers. • The Service Parts Logistics sector would be one of the first to be affected. Service parts design are download from an online library, 3D Print it and then fit it within a very short time window. This would make global and national parts warehouses as well as forward stock locations unnecessary to fulfilling customer needs. 3D Printing 3-D Printing Presentation

  7. 3D Printing-Costing • Due to economies of scale, traditional manufacturing techniques are likely to always be much faster and far more efficient when mass production is required. • Mass produced objects are still substantially cheaper to manufacture than their 3D-printed counterparts due to the costs of feedstock material ($35-$45/kg ). • 3D printers are extremely useful for creating prototypes, highly customized items, or small production runs. • Consumer could print dinner plates at home, but would cost 30 times more than simply buying them at a store. • 3D printing is a lot like paper printing. Making fifty copies on a printer or photocopier is economical and reasonable, but making a thousand copies shifts the advantage to an offset press. Reference :Deloitte tmt predictions_2012 3D Printing 3-D Printing Presentation