3-d printers could make your desk a factory 3-d printers could make your desk a factory 3-d printers could make your desk a factory

by:Kenwei      2019-08-31
LAS VEGAS —
When Ford wants to try a new transfer part, the engineer sends the computer a digital blueprint for the part, and what happens next seems to be something in science fiction.
In a device about the size of a microwave, one plastic, three
The size version of the Assembly begins to take shape before your eyes.
After scanning the design blueprint, this gadget blends a piece of paper together
Thin layer of plastic powder.
Before combining the material with the laser, it repeats, adding another layer to the top, and then adding thousands more layers.
A few hours later, the car parts pop up and ready for testing.
The cost of this technology is about $1,500.
At this price, 3-
D printers, once a humble and expensive innovation, are becoming more and more popular among enterprises and have a wide impact on manufacturing.
Ford is putting them in the hands of every engineer.
NASA uses a printer to test components that may eventually enter space.
Analysts say they will soon be in the interior ministry.
Just a few years ago, 3-
D The printer is as big as the industrial refrigerator and costs hundreds of dollars per unit.
Now anyone can order one online and put it on the table.
Providing this technology so cheaply and compactly could be a real breakthrough for these tools.
\"You can say it\'s democratizing manufacturing,\" says Carl Howe, head of consumer research at Yankee Group, a technology research firm.
He predicted it would be 3-
D printers will become cheap enough to gain a broader interest from small businesses, universities and consumers.
\"In the past it used to take tens of thousands or tens of thousands of dollars for plastic molds, and now you can spend $1,500 or less,\" Howe said . \".
This is definitely 3-
D. Printing has caused a stir at the International Consumer Electronics Show, the annual market for Geek business.
Only one last year-
The D printing company appears at CES, and the company\'s goal is to show the gadgets you may have purchased at Best Buy or Amazon, not at industrial supply stores.
There will be four such companies this week. One of them —
MakerBot also provides equipment to Ford
The new 3 will be announced on Tuesday-
The D printer is designed to be the most advanced printer ever, and the price can make it attractive to family lovers.
In the online world of hackers and technology enthusiasts, there is a heated discussion about how to use such powerful tools.
Researchers and early adopters have made everything from cute statues and jewelry to work bikes.
Many iPhone cases are custom made. made on 3-D printers.
Other possibilities are more controversial.
After the massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School, a video proposed the use of 3-
The bullets fired from the 3D printer\'s replica gun became popular on the Internet.
Cody Wilson, a student at the University of Texas Law School, explained in the video that his so-called wiki weapon would create \"the top 3-
A printable personal defense system.
\"The great thing about wiki weapons is that it only needs to be fatal once,\" Wilson led a non-
Profits are called distribution of defense, the video says.
\"We will have the reality of a weapon system that can be printed out from your desk.
There are weapons anywhere with computers. ”Rep.
Steve IsraelN. Y.
Say create a gun by 3-
Printing makes plastic guns that cannot be detected too accessible.
At a press conference on December, he called for an extension of the Firearms Act that could not be detected, which would include a ban on the use of 3-D-printed parts.
\"These three are just a matter of time --
\"The 3D printer will be able to replicate the entire gun,\" Israel said . \".
\"Guns will be able to go through this safety line, through metal detectors, because they will not be detected in metal, and guns will be brought on board without anyone knowing. ”Eventually, 3-
The printer is expected to make more complex parts and machines, or medicine for hip replacement and spine reconstruction.
This is a revolutionary change than a family hobby.
\"Previously, if you were a manufacturer and you wanted to produce a product, you had to produce 10,000 or 100,000 of the product;
\"You have to consider the capital needed to make this amount,\" said Bre Pettis, chief executive of MakerBot . \".
\"It takes a few hours.
Now, you can iterate an idea multiple times in a day and create great efficiency.
While this automation, once primarily threatened to replace workers in duplicate assemblies,
Now, the goal of these technologies is higher.
Seems to be only suitable for human level work.
\"A more productive society is good news and it allows us to have more diversity and choices,\" said Andrew McAfee, chief research scientist at the MIT Digital Business Center . \".
\"I\'m worried about the Labor Party --
The consequences of such amazing changes.
Washington Post
When Ford wants to try a new transfer part, the engineer sends the computer a digital blueprint for the part, and what happens next seems to be something in science fiction.
In a device about the size of a microwave, one plastic, three
The size version of the Assembly begins to take shape before your eyes.
After scanning the design blueprint, this gadget blends a piece of paper together
Thin layer of plastic powder.
Before combining the material with the laser, it repeats, adding another layer to the top, and then adding thousands more layers.
A few hours later, the car parts pop up and ready for testing.
The cost of this technology is about $1,500.
At this price, 3-
D printers, once a humble and expensive innovation, are becoming more and more popular among enterprises and have a wide impact on manufacturing.
Ford is putting them in the hands of every engineer.
NASA uses a printer to test components that may eventually enter space.
Analysts say they will soon be in the interior ministry.
Just a few years ago, 3-
D The printer is as big as the industrial refrigerator and costs hundreds of dollars per unit.
Now anyone can order one online and put it on the table.
Providing this technology so cheaply and compactly could be a real breakthrough for these tools.
\"You can say it\'s democratizing manufacturing,\" says Carl Howe, head of consumer research at Yankee Group, a technology research firm.
He predicted it would be 3-
D printers will become cheap enough to gain a broader interest from small businesses, universities and consumers.
\"In the past it used to take tens of thousands or tens of thousands of dollars for plastic molds, and now you can spend $1,500 or less,\" Howe said . \".
This is definitely 3-
D. Printing has caused a stir at the International Consumer Electronics Show, the annual market for Geek business.
Only one last year-
The D printing company appears at CES, and the company\'s goal is to show the gadgets you may have purchased at Best Buy or Amazon, not at industrial supply stores.
There will be four such companies this week. One of them —
MakerBot also provides equipment to Ford
The new 3 will be announced on Tuesday-
The D printer is designed to be the most advanced printer ever, and the price can make it attractive to family lovers.
In the online world of hackers and technology enthusiasts, there is a heated discussion about how to use such powerful tools.
Researchers and early adopters have made everything from cute statues and jewelry to work bikes.
Many iPhone cases are custom made. made on 3-D printers.
Other possibilities are more controversial.
After the massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School, a video proposed the use of 3-
The bullets fired from the 3D printer\'s replica gun became popular on the Internet.
Cody Wilson, a student at the University of Texas Law School, explained in the video that his so-called wiki weapon would create \"the top 3-
A printable personal defense system.
\"The great thing about wiki weapons is that it only needs to be fatal once,\" Wilson led a non-
Profits are called distribution of defense, the video says.
\"We will have the reality of a weapon system that can be printed out from your desk.
There are weapons anywhere with computers. ”Rep.
Steve IsraelN. Y.
Say create a gun by 3-
Printing makes plastic guns that cannot be detected too accessible.
At a press conference on December, he called for an extension of the Firearms Act that could not be detected, which would include a ban on the use of 3-D-printed parts.
\"These three are just a matter of time --
\"The 3D printer will be able to replicate the entire gun,\" Israel said . \".
\"Guns will be able to go through this safety line, through metal detectors, because they will not be detected in metal, and guns will be brought on board without anyone knowing. ”Eventually, 3-
The printer is expected to make more complex parts and machines, or medicine for hip replacement and spine reconstruction.
This is a revolutionary change than a family hobby.
\"Previously, if you were a manufacturer and you wanted to produce a product, you had to produce 10,000 or 100,000 of the product;
\"You have to consider the capital needed to make this amount,\" said Bre Pettis, chief executive of MakerBot . \".
\"It takes a few hours.
Now, you can iterate an idea multiple times in a day and create great efficiency.
While this automation, once primarily threatened to replace workers in duplicate assemblies,
Now, the goal of these technologies is higher.
Seems to be only suitable for human level work.
\"A more productive society is good news and it allows us to have more diversity and choices,\" said Andrew McAfee, chief research scientist at the MIT Digital Business Center . \".
\"I\'m worried about the Labor Party --
The consequences of such amazing changes.
Washington Post
When Ford wants to try a new transfer part, the engineer sends the computer a digital blueprint for the part, and what happens next seems to be something in science fiction.
In a device about the size of a microwave, one plastic, three
The size version of the Assembly begins to take shape before your eyes.
After scanning the design blueprint, this gadget blends a piece of paper together
Thin layer of plastic powder.
Before combining the material with the laser, it repeats, adding another layer to the top, and then adding thousands more layers.
A few hours later, the car parts pop up and ready for testing.
The cost of this technology is about $1,500.
At this price, 3-
D printers, once a humble and expensive innovation, are becoming more and more popular among enterprises and have a wide impact on manufacturing.
Ford is putting them in the hands of every engineer.
NASA uses a printer to test components that may eventually enter space.
Analysts say they will soon be in the interior ministry.
Just a few years ago, 3-
D The printer is as big as the industrial refrigerator and costs hundreds of dollars per unit.
Now anyone can order one online and put it on the table.
Providing this technology so cheaply and compactly could be a real breakthrough for these tools.
\"You can say it\'s democratizing manufacturing,\" says Carl Howe, head of consumer research at Yankee Group, a technology research firm.
He predicted it would be 3-
D printers will become cheap enough to gain a broader interest from small businesses, universities and consumers.
\"In the past it used to take tens of thousands or tens of thousands of dollars for plastic molds, and now you can spend $1,500 or less,\" Howe said . \".
This is definitely 3-
D. Printing has caused a stir at the International Consumer Electronics Show, the annual market for Geek business.
Only one last year-
The D printing company appears at CES, and the company\'s goal is to show the gadgets you may have purchased at Best Buy or Amazon, not at industrial supply stores.
There will be four such companies this week. One of them —
MakerBot also provides equipment to Ford
The new 3 will be announced on Tuesday-
The D printer is designed to be the most advanced printer ever, and the price can make it attractive to family lovers.
In the online world of hackers and technology enthusiasts, there is a heated discussion about how to use such powerful tools.
Researchers and early adopters have made everything from cute statues and jewelry to work bikes.
Many iPhone cases are custom made. made on 3-D printers.
Other possibilities are more controversial.
After the massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School, a video proposed the use of 3-
The bullets fired from the 3D printer\'s replica gun became popular on the Internet.
Cody Wilson, a student at the University of Texas Law School, explained in the video that his so-called wiki weapon would create \"the top 3-
A printable personal defense system.
\"The great thing about wiki weapons is that it only needs to be fatal once,\" Wilson led a non-
Profits are called distribution of defense, the video says.
\"We will have the reality of a weapon system that can be printed out from your desk.
There are weapons anywhere with computers. ”Rep.
Steve IsraelN. Y.
Say create a gun by 3-
Printing makes plastic guns that cannot be detected too accessible.
At a press conference on December, he called for an extension of the Firearms Act that could not be detected, which would include a ban on the use of 3-D-printed parts.
\"These three are just a matter of time --
\"The 3D printer will be able to replicate the entire gun,\" Israel said . \".
\"Guns will be able to go through this safety line, through metal detectors, because they will not be detected in metal, and guns will be brought on board without anyone knowing. ”Eventually, 3-
The printer is expected to make more complex parts and machines, or medicine for hip replacement and spine reconstruction.
This is a revolutionary change than a family hobby.
\"Previously, if you were a manufacturer and you wanted to produce a product, you had to produce 10,000 or 100,000 of the product;
\"You have to consider the capital needed to make this amount,\" said Bre Pettis, chief executive of MakerBot . \".
\"It takes a few hours.
Now, you can iterate an idea multiple times in a day and create great efficiency.
While this automation, once primarily threatened to replace workers in duplicate assemblies,
Now, the goal of these technologies is higher.
Seems to be only suitable for human level work.
\"A more productive society is good news and it allows us to have more diversity and choices,\" said Andrew McAfee, chief research scientist at the MIT Digital Business Center . \".
\"I\'m worried about the Labor Party --
The consequences of such amazing changes.
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