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  • [THE CREATORS PROJECT A PARTNERSHIP WITH INTEL AND VICE]

  • [3D PRINTING IS AN ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY WHICH MAKES IT POSSIBLE TO TURN 3D MODELED DESIGNS INTO CUSTOM SOLID OBJECTS ON DEMAND.]

  • [THIS TECHNOLOGY HAS BEEN ADAPTED BY MANY ARTISTS AND DESIGNERS, MANY OF WHOM HAVE COME TOGETHER THROUGH THE ONLINE COMMUNITY OF SHAPEWAYS.]

  • 3D printing has been around

  • for almost 25 years now.

  • [PETER WEIJMARSHAUSEN CEO, SHAPEWAYS] But for a long time it was used

  • for engineers and by engineers

  • for prototyping new products

  • that they would then mass produce.

  • What we did in 2007

  • is we realized basically that

  • "Hey. Why don't we use this amazing technology

  • to give anyone access to manufacturing."

  • Why don't we use this technology, these 3D printers

  • to make actual, final products?

  • [SHAPEWAYS + 3D PRINTING]

  • The 3D printing

  • it's a rapid prototyping technology.

  • [NATALIA KRASNODEBSKA COMMUNITY MANAGER/JEWELRY DESIGNER] The same way that you might carve something out of wax

  • or make a little sculpture

  • glue a bunch of matchsticks together and make a castle

  • is the same way now you might sit down at your computer

  • and use a CAD program

  • Rhino or Armea

  • to sculpt something and then print it out.

  • So, for me 3D printing was a way

  • to bring together art and science.

  • I was able to express the artistic thing

  • that I could see in my head

  • but use really precise techniques

  • and technology to realize that.

  • [MODELAB 3D PRINTING WORKSHOP]

  • If you understand 3D printing to mean

  • [GIL AKOS MODELAB] the deposition and/or fusing of material by layer

  • it really opens up what you could consider 3D printing to be.

  • I think that most interesting advancements

  • in terms of where 3D printing is and is going

  • have to do with dimensionality and materials,

  • both at the small scale of dimensions

  • and the large scale.

  • People are getting parts scanned in their body

  • to get custom implants made

  • for like, if they're having heart troubles

  • and things like that.

  • Or at the very, very big scale

  • like the large Gantry Mounted building scale applications

  • I think those are really interesting

  • and then, shifting out of plastics

  • into things like ceramics

  • like other biological materials

  • that people are looking at printing in.

  • Really, that opens up what 3D printing is

  • and what its applications can be

  • in an exponential rate

  • in terms of where it would go

  • and what you would do with it.

  • It's a good time for experimentation.

  • It's a good time to think about

  • how something that's as old as the clothing industry

  • [MARY HUANG FOUNDER, CONTINUUM FASHION] could be redefined with new technologies.

  • We use digitical fabrication technologies

  • and software techniques

  • to invent what fashion design means for a digital age.

  • Artists are always the early adapters.

  • We essentially want to be the first fashion label that's software.

  • We started working with 3D printing

  • because we like this idea of

  • could we make clothing without sewing.

  • Having one machine that can make really impossible shapes

  • is a huge benefit.

  • So, this is a 3D printed bikini.

  • The design of the bikini

  • was really about designing this generative textile

  • like, designing a way for 3D printing

  • to be almost like fabric

  • and be flexible and fit to the body.

  • And so, how this is done is

  • after we model this 3D shape

  • it actually fills the surface that you want with this geometry

  • that creates this fabric-like structure.

  • It packs the circles closer and smaller at the edges

  • and then towards the middle sections you have bigger circles

  • and this is nice because it actually looks interesting

  • for a bikini

  • and it's aesthetic as well as functional.

  • So, we've done some work with 3D printing.

  • We felt that people really understood shoes.

  • So, our goal was to actually have a dedicated shoe printer in the store

  • and then people could print their shoes

  • or you could even have basically a printer you could buy

  • just to be able to make yourself as many shoes as you want.

  • Inspiration, I think is one of the things

  • that most people need to really get started.

  • Especially with new technology

  • so, what we've therefore created

  • are creators in our co-creation platform

  • is where you can adapt in a very functional way existing in science.

  • So, at Shapeways we built a basic platform

  • to enable people to upload and print the designs they care for.

  • You can share it with your friends.

  • You can even open a shop

  • and you can start selling your new invention

  • your new creative idea

  • to a worldwide audience.

  • The one thing that's really interesting about this technology

  • is that it's more accessible.

  • Because it's more accessible

  • it's not only the hardware's more accessible

  • it's also the language that it's been coded in

  • is more accessible.

  • Also, the learning resources that you need

  • to be able to do it yourself is also more accessible.

  • So, now all of a sudden

  • the big walls that existed before

  • in terms of who had the privilege of being able to create what

  • and largely dictate how people used it

  • are gone.

  • But again, I think it just goes down to the fact that

  • information is everwhere now.

  • Everyone has access to it

  • and it's very easy to do whatever you want with it.

  • The technology that exists today

  • it also shapes the way that you think about

  • what the possibilities of tomorrow might be.

  • So, if you have a great idea

  • that idea might not be ready

  • to come into the world yet.

  • Until there's a mechanism put in place, right

  • that makes that idea now realizable.

  • People are comparing the 3D printing revolution

  • to the revolution that happened with personal computing.

  • I don't necessarily think there will be a 3D printer in every home

  • but I think there will be 3D printer product in every home.

  • There will be an application for it for everyone.

  • [INTEL]

  • [A VICE PRODUCTION]

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    Penny Chang 發佈於 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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