For all Windows/PC users, you can use narrated PowerPoint for your presentation.For PC users, here are instructions to the PowerPoint (https://portal.swinburneonline.edu.au/studyresources/narrated-powerpoint-presentation-pc-only) guides in the Student Portal.You will find a series of presentation topics below. You will be allocated ONE of these topic areas in Week 3.
Explain how 3D printing works. Your presentation should discuss key elements of 3D printing and describe at least two current or proposed applications:
• What are the benefits to consumers and business
• What risks and issues are associated with use (including privacy concerns)
• Give examples of future applications for this information technology.
• Include a list of references as the final slide (minimum three references).
Converts the 3D model of the object from the auto cad to a physical object. It creates an idea of the object by creating different layers of the required object until and unless the entire object is created.
From the above discussion it can be concluded that It builds a friendly environment for every user. New things can be created within few hours .
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