Ricoh Europe study suggests that additive manufacturing-based curriculum will equip the next …

Educational additive manufacturing programs are becoming more common within colleges and universities

From the GE Additive Education Program (AEP), which saw GE investing $10 million over five years towards polymer and metal 3D printers for colleges and universities around the world, to the MakerBot Certification Program, which trains classroom educators into 3D printing experts, it is evident that new technologies continue to be integrated into educational curriculums.

With this rise of new technologies, European leaders have emphasized the importance of additive manufacturing in higher education in preparing graduate students with the skills for the changing industries.

This perspective derives from a recent study presented by the Ricoh Europe, a branch of global technology provider, Ricoh Group.

Students learning about 3D printing. Photo via RobotLab.Students learning about 3D printing. Photo via RobotLab.

Adjusting to the reshaping industries

3D printing technologies have enabled efficient end-to-end production processes for those wanting to bring their ideas to life.

In healthcare, medical companies such as DePuy Synthes, have adopted 3D printing technologies to create patient-specific implants that promote the regrowth of bone tissue. In the automotive sector, car manufacturers such as BMW have implemented Rapid Liquid 3D printing techniques to develop customizable car interiors. Additionally, in aerospace, specialists such as

Norsk Titanium AS, have used metal 3D printing to create titanium parts for commercial aircraft.

“Digital fabrication and 3D printing provide the ability to illustrate complex concepts across a variety of subjects,” said David Mills, CEO of Ricoh Europe.

“As the way people and machines work together continues to evolve, integrating technical abilities into the learning process helps ensure the skills required of the future workforce become second nature for today’s students.”

Stressing the importance of new technologies, this study, which surveyed 3,100 business and educational professions across Europe, suggests that manufacturers that have not yet adopted 3D printing technologies will fall behind their competitors.

Actuator 3D printed by Rapid Liquid Printing. Photo via MIT Self-Assembly LabActuator 3D printed by Rapid Liquid Printing. Photo via MIT Self-Assembly Lab

A new and improved curriculum

According to the study, 65% of those surveyed believe 3D printing is an increasingly important component of STEM-based learning. Therefore, students are becoming more interested in subject areas that use new technologies.

In an effort to appeal to the upcoming generation of young professionals, 66% of respondents suggest that educational institutions should invest in new 3D printing technology facilities, equipment, and courses.

A reported 48% of educational institutions are currently making course content and resources that incorporate 3D printing processes and materials.

“Encouraged to act more like ‘service providers’, universities and colleges must continually raise the bar in both student satisfaction and accessibility,” added Mills.

“Responding to this by using print in new ways to offer increasingly diverse courses and tailored syllabus content is fast becoming essential.”

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SelectiveLaserMelting(SLM)

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Within the last decade, several industrialized countries have stressed the importance of advanced manufacturing to their economies. Many of these plans have highlighted the development of additive manufacturing techniques, such as 3D printing which, as of 2018, are still in their infancy. The objective is to develop superior products, produced at lower overall operational costs. For these goals to be realized, a deep understanding of the essential ingredients comprising the materials involved in additive manufacturing is needed. The combination of rigorous material modeling theories, coupled with the dramatic increase of computational power can potentially play a significant role in the analysis, control, and design of many emerging additive manufacturing processes. Specialized materials and the precise design of their properties are key factors in the processes. Specifically, particle-functionalized materials play a central role in this field, in three main regimes:

 (1) to enhance overall filament-based material properties, by embedding particles within a binder, which is then passed through a heating element and the deposited onto a surface,

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 (3) to directly deposit particles, as dry powders, onto surfaces and then to heat them with a laser, e-beam or other external source, in order to fuse them into place.

The goal of these processes is primarily to build surface structures which are extremely difficult to construct using classical manufacturing methods. The objective of this monograph is introduce the readers to basic techniques which can allow them to rapidly develop and analyze particulate-based materials needed in such additive manufacturing processes. This monograph is broken into two main parts: “Continuum Method” (CM) approaches and “Discrete Element Method” (DEM) approaches. The materials associated with methods (1) and (2) are closely related types of continua (particles embedded in a continuous binder) and are treated using continuum approaches. The materials in method (3), which are of a discrete particulate character, are analyzed using discrete element methods.

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Standards, Quality Control and Measurement Sciences in 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing addresses the critical elements of the standards and measurement sciences in 3D printing to help readers design and create safe, reliable products of high quality. With 3D printing revolutionizing the process of manufacturing in a wide range of products, the book takes key features into account, such as design and fabrication and the current state and future potentials and opportunities in the field. In addition, the book provides an in-depth analysis on the importance of standards and measurement sciences.

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