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HP Shares How Digitalisation is Changing the Way We Manufacture

HP’s 3D Printing Application Engineer, Nuno Ricardo Almeida, discusses how digitalisation is changing the way we operate, with a deep dive into 3D printing.

You’ll find the full session here and the Q&A here.

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Title: Shell VLS HP

Duration: 1:26

Description:

In this video, we see highlights of a digitalisation-themed virtual learning session hosted by Norman Koch, Shell Eco-marathon Global General Manager, featuring Nuno Ricardo Almeida, an Application Engineer of 3D Printing at HP.

Shell VLS HP Transcript

[Background music plays]

Upbeat, rhythmic electronic music.

Segment hosted by Norman Koch

[Title]

Shell Eco-marathon Global General Manager

Norman Koch

Welcome to our next Shell Eco-marathon Virtual Learning Session.

[Text displays]

Norman Koch

Shell Eco-Marathon Global General Manager

[Video footage and graphic]

An inset screen displays talking-head footage of Norman Koch. He is wearing a headset and speaking into the camera from his home. The inset screen is set against a background graphic of random 3D geometric shapes of varying apparent depth, shaded variously in yellow, white, grey and blue.

Norman Koch

Today, you’ll be hearing from Nuno Ricardo Almeida, Application Engineer of 3D Printing at HP.

[Text displays]

Nuno Ricardo Almeida

HP Application Engineer 3D Printing

[Video footage and graphic]

An inset screen displays close-up footage of Nuno Ricardo Almeida. He is wearing a headset and smiling into the camera, seen against the background of a white wall. The inset screen is set against a background graphic of random 3D geometric shapes of varying apparent depth, shaded variously in yellow, white, grey and blue.

[Text displays]

#MakeTheFuture

[Split-screen footage and graphic]

Two inset screens display side-by-side against a background graphic of another set of random 3D geometric shapes of varying apparent depth, shaded variously in yellow, white, grey and blue. The two insets display close-up footage of Norman and Nuno Ricardo Almeida, as previously described. Text displays in lower frame. We then transition to a light blue background, against which we see a random design of lines joining dots across the frame.

[Text displays]

Virtual Learning Sessions

HP shares how digitalisation is changing the way we manufacture

[Animated sequence]

We transition to a white box containing text and graphics displaying against an animated background graphic which moves slowly across the frame from frame-right to frame-left. The graphic consists of another set of 3D geometric shapes of varying apparent depth, shaded variously in yellow, white, grey and blue. Within the text box, a yellow radiating lightbulb graphic takes the place of the “I” in “Learning”, and the HP logo displays below the text. Once more, we briefly transition to the light blue background against which we see a random design of lines joining dots across the frame.

Nuno Ricardo Almeida

We are all aware that there are three revolutions before this one that is happening. And many will say that it will be a human revolution because it will set free the persons from daily and routine tasks.

[Text displays]

#MakeTheFuture

The new industrial revolution is a human revolution

1 Industrial revolution

Mechanical production

Water and steam power

1780s to 1860s

2 Mass production

Electric power, labor division and assembly line

1870s to 1960s

3 Production automation

Electronics and IT

1970s to 2010s

4 Digital manufacturing and smart production

3D printing, digitization and capital efficiency

2010s - Future

1800 | 1900 | 2000 | Today

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[Video footage and graphic]

We transition to a text box, graphics and images displaying at frame-left and an inset screen displaying at frame-right, showing talking-head footage of Nuno Ricardo Almeida speaking into the camera. Both of these display against a background graphic of thick 3D lines of varying apparent depth, shaded variously in yellow, grey and blue, the lines arcing around a central point then extending horizontally outwards on either side. 3D models of Eco-marathon urban concept vehicles are seen at various points along the lines. “#MakeTheFuture” text displays above the inset screens. Soon, the dark blue-shaded text box expands to dominate the frame.

The text box itself displays title text and a row of icons with related text and images below each icon, as well as a timeline below the four segments. The four icons displayed are a gears icon, a factory icon, an automation icon and an Internet of Things icon. The images below the related numbered text points are two black and white still shots, one of a woman working in production, the other of a production line in a factory, then two full colour still shots, one of a robotic arm operating in a factory, the other a close-up of a robotic hand.

Nuno Ricardo Almeida

And 3D printing is the natural manufacturing process to be implemented in this fourth industrial revolution because, by nature, it’s already a digital manufacturing process.

[Text displays]

#MakeTheFuture

3D Printing: Catalyst for the 4th industrial revolution

Digital industrial revolution

Artificial intelligence

Industrial internet of things

Big data and analytics

Robotics

3D printing

Transforming $12T manufacturing market

Rapid innovation

Shorter time to market

Less inventory

More efficient supply chains

Higher capital efficiency

[Video footage and graphic]

We cut to a text box and graphics displaying at frame-left and an inset screen displaying at frame-right, showing talking-head footage of Nuno Ricardo Almeida speaking into the camera. Both of these display against a background graphic of thick 3D lines of varying apparent depth, shaded variously in yellow, grey and blue, the lines arcing around a central point then extending horizontally outwards on either side. 3D models of Eco-marathon urban concept vehicles are seen at various points along the lines. “#MakeTheFuture” text displays above the inset screens. The text box itself displays title text with two side-by-side boxes below, both shaded in blue and both displaying subtitle text and five white icons each, with text descriptors below each icon.

Nuno Ricardo Almeida

It is the capacity of transforming bits and bytes into atoms.

[Text displays]

It is the capacity of transforming bits and bytes into atoms

[Video footage and graphic]

We transition to the light blue background, against which we see a random design of lines joining dots across the frame, and text displays at frame centre.

Nuno Ricardo Almeida

To design for 3D printing, you go parallel with developing things for economics, and that’s exciting…

[Text displays]

#MakeTheFuture

We must address manufacturing needs

Productivity x Quality x Economics

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[Video footage and graphic]

We transition to a text box and graphics displaying at frame-left and an inset screen displaying at frame-right, showing talking-head footage of Nuno Ricardo Almeida speaking into the camera. Both of these display against a background graphic of thick 3D lines of varying apparent depth, shaded variously in yellow, grey and blue, the lines arcing around a central point then extending horizontally outwards on either side. 3D models of Eco-marathon urban concept vehicles are seen at various points along the lines. “#MakeTheFuture” text displays above the inset screens. The text box itself displays title text and a still shot of a manufacturing plant, with more text displaying below the image.

Nuno Ricardo Almeida

Because you stay with the shape of thinking in optimisation. And this is very good for 3D printing.

[Text displays]

You stay with the shape of thinking in optimisation

This is very good for 3D printing.

[Video footage and graphic]

We transition to the light blue background, against which we see a random design of lines joining dots across the frame, and text displays at frame centre.

Nuno Ricardo Almeida

The same thing for topology optimisation. There are lots of phenomena that you see in nature that are nothing more than topology optimisation.

[Video footage and graphic]

Five images display against a white background. In frame-left, we see two images of 3D printed items. In upper frame right, we see a still shot of a rock arch in nature. Below this, we see an image of a leaf and an enlargement showing the veins of the leaf. In lower frame-right, we see an image of a tree, showing its extensive below-ground root system.

Nuno Ricardo Almeida

And we are doing the same because it’s a matter of optimising the resources, the material, the cost.

[Text displays]

#MakeTheFuture

[Video footage and graphic]

We cut to a text box and graphics displaying at frame-left and an inset screen displaying at frame-right, showing talking-head footage of Nuno Ricardo Almeida speaking into the camera. Both of these display against a background graphic of thick 3D lines of varying apparent depth, shaded variously in yellow, grey and blue, the lines arcing around a central point then extending horizontally outwards on either side. 3D models of Eco-marathon urban concept vehicles are seen at various points along the lines. “#MakeTheFuture” text displays above the inset screens. The text box itself displays the five images previously described.

[Text displays]

To find out more about how digitalisation is changing the way we manufacture from HP…

[Animated sequence]

We briefly transition to the light blue background previously described, then to a white box containing text and a logo displaying against an animated background graphic, which slowly moves across the frame from frame-right to frame-left. The graphic consists of another set of 3D geometric shapes of varying apparent depth, shaded variously in yellow, white, grey and blue. Within the text box, the HP logo displays below the text.

[Text displays]

Watch the full session now

#MakeTheFuture

© Shell International 2020

[Animated sequence]

An animated background graphic slowly moves across the frame from frame-right to frame-left. The graphic consists again of a set of 3D geometric shapes of varying apparent depth, shaded variously in yellow, white, grey and blue. The Shell Pecten displays at frame-right, along with “#MakeTheFuture” text, while additional text displays across upper and lower frame.

[Audio]

Shell brand mnemonic played on keys.

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