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Adaptable Engineering: 3D Printing and Agile

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Agile has been very successful in the software industry, where the cost of change is relatively low; creating an environment for adaptable teams, projects and products. Meanwhile, in other industries, engineering in particular, traditional development approaches hold sway due to the significantly higher cost involved in product change. For an Agile engineering approach to be successful, the cost of change – both in people and fabrication – needs to be reduced. This is where 3D printing technologies come in.

This interactive session will examine many of the issues faced when applying Agile to physical-engineering product development. It will show how 3D printing technologies can decrease the iterative design cycle time, reduce the barrier to entry, and support the creation of highly complex products or prototypes through modular development.

Participate in the real-time development and printing of a product using agile approaches and get a basic understanding of how to use 3D modelling and printing tools. Discover how 3D printing can, and is, being used to develop engineering products.

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Adaptable Engineering: 3D Printing and Agile

  1. 1. ADAPTABLE ENGINEERING: 3D PRINTING & AGILE EVAN LEYBOURN MATTHEW CROUCHER
  2. 2. Evan Leybourn Author & Agile Business Leader Melbourne,Australia @eleybourn http://theagiledirector.com Matthew Croucher Founder, Innovation Systems Adelaide,Australia @mjcroucher http://innovationsystems.com.au CLICK TO DISCOVER MORE CLICK TO DISCOVER MORE
  3. 3. ALWAYS START WITH A STORY
  4. 4. ENGINEERING FOR DUMMIES AKA ENGINEERING FOR DEVELOPERS
  5. 5. Cross Functional Teams
  6. 6. Waterfall–Engineering Agile-Software
  7. 7. Customer Engagement Defining and Meeting expectations
  8. 8. Developers / Engineers Clients Project Manager Bad Customer Engagement
  9. 9. IEC 60601-1 Medical electrical equipment – Part 1: General requirements for basic safety and essential performance
  10. 10. Cost of Change
  11. 11. Iterative Engineering Not the same as prototyping
  12. 12. Feedback Loops
  13. 13. Incremental quality control The Agile holy grail
  14. 14. Deployment and Production
  15. 15. Waterfall–Engineering Agile-Engineering
  16. 16. Getting started with 3D PRINTING
  17. 17. Where do I get the models from? 3D Scanning 3D Model Repository • Company Library • Online Library, eg. • Thingiverse • Turbosquid • Grabcad • Sketchup Warehouse 3D Modelling Package • 3D CAD Package • 3D Graphics Packages From small objects to street scapes
  18. 18. Great, let me print it! Online Printing Services • Shapeways, Ponoko, etc • 3D Hubs Inhouse Printing
  19. 19. Low cost, Desktop 3D Printers PP3DP Up! Plus and Up! Mini Replicator Gen 5 Family Printrbot Family Ultimaker 2 Kit type “Prusa” “Delta” Style Kit Cube3D Solidoodle
  20. 20. Evan Leybourn Author & Agile Business Leader Melbourne,Australia @eleybourn http://theagiledirector.com Matthew Croucher Founder, Innovation Systems Adelaide,Australia @mjcroucher http://innovationsystems.com.au QUESTIONS CLICK TO DISCOVER MORE CLICK TO DISCOVER MORE
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Agile has been very successful in the software industry, where the cost of change is relatively low; creating an environment for adaptable teams, projects and products. Meanwhile, in other industries, engineering in particular, traditional development approaches hold sway due to the significantly higher cost involved in product change. For an Agile engineering approach to be successful, the cost of change – both in people and fabrication – needs to be reduced. This is where 3D printing technologies come in. This interactive session will examine many of the issues faced when applying Agile to physical-engineering product development. It will show how 3D printing technologies can decrease the iterative design cycle time, reduce the barrier to entry, and support the creation of highly complex products or prototypes through modular development. Participate in the real-time development and printing of a product using agile approaches and get a basic understanding of how to use 3D modelling and printing tools. Discover how 3D printing can, and is, being used to develop engineering products.

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