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3D Printing Trade Association Looks At The 3 Faster Growing 3D Printing Segments

AUTOMOTIVE According to Chetan Mohan, a lead analyst at Technavio for computing devices research, the automotive segment “is the largest end-user for the 3D printers market, due to the shift within the sector towards the highly customizable 3D printing manufacturing

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3D Printing Trends To Watch For In 2017

– MULTI-MATERIALS Using a plastic filament has been the norm for 3D printing for quite some time now. Although most consumers are not too bothered by this limitation, printer manufacturers are working on allowing for multi-material support. – More Organs

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3D Printing Trends – 4 Trends In 3D Printing To Watch

1. Consumer Market Being Beaten Up At the consumer electronics show, there was an endless sea of companies offering inexpensive consumer models, each looking identical to the next. It appears they may be late to the party. 2015 marked the

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3D Printing Trends – What Is The Fastest Growing Segment?

3D printing industry remains highly fragmented across different printers, materials, and software. This fragmentation in the 3D industry will be a catalyst for growth, as no single company controls the majority of the market, according to The Information Network’s report

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3D Printing Trends – 3 Trends To Think About

3D printing becomes industrial strength. Once reserved for prototypes and toys, 3D printing will become industrial strength. You will take a flight on an airliner that includes 3D-printed components, making it lighter and more fuel efficient. In fact, there are

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3D Printing Trends From PWC Report

In 3-D printing, hundreds or thousands of layers of material are “printed” layer upon layer using various materials, or “inks,”2 most commonly plastic polymers and metals. The many different printing technologies are generally material dependent. (See the sidebar “3-D printing

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3D Printing Ups and Downs – Where Will The 3D Printing Industry Go?

There have been some meteoric rises in the 3d Printing Industry. But a couple of problems persist: Lack of a Single Defining Application Historically, personal computers became ubiquitous through their productivity applications. Investment in personal computers became a tangible benefit

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3D Printing and the Retail Trend – Can We 3D Print Some Customers?

In what looks to be more good news for MakerBot,   a partnership with Staples will bring their MakerBot 3D Printing Ecosystem, which includes their Replicator 3D Printers and Digitizer 3D Scanners, to 50 select Staples retail locations in 18 different

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3D Printing Slide Show – Top 10 Trends in the 3D Printing Industry for 2015

10 Trends in 3D Printing For 2015 from Bill Decker Here is a quick slide show about 3D Printing trends for the coming year. We predict more of the same, and a lot of different things to happen in 3D

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Top 10 3D Printing Industry Trends for 2015 – 3D Printing Predictions

Top 3D Printing Trends to Watch For in 2015 By Bill Decker, Association of 3D Printing First of all, happy new year to all of our 3D Printing Friends, Fans, and Enthusiasts. This industry is only set to rise in

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