3D Printing Talk
I recently gave a talk about 3D printing to the Academy of Lifelong Learning. It went really well, other than that I had a head cold. I thought I'd share my slides, and provide some links to supporting and bonus material.
The slides for the talk are shared using iCloud, and should work with any recent browser. The link is RIGHT HERE.
Following are a set of relevant and interesting links about 3D printing.Several of these topics came up in the Q&A.
Koenigsegg 3D printed production parts:
Koenigsegg 3D printed turbocharger (mentioned in the first video):
Rockets, Jets and NASA:
University of California San Diego; Students for the Exploration andDevelopment of Space (SEDS).
NASA Marshall Space Flight Center
Casts for broken bones:
Students use 3D printing to make a prosthetic arm.
Dad builds son artificial hand on 3D printer.
Leaders of the 3D printing revolution:
Kinematics from NervousSystem on Vimeo.
More information about Kinematics
There are many, many more examples of the usage of 3D printing. Leave examples that you've found, or think are interesting in the comments!
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