It’s time to start looking at where additive manufacturing will go in a “post COVID-19” world.
More precisely, what does the additive manufacturing industry need to do to capture the market’s reinvigorated appetite for digital manufacturing as the initial wave of stop-gap crisis support fades, but the impacts of the virus remain?
In the past few months, providers of various 3D printing solutions and technologies have been utilizing the rapid production capabilities of modern printers to produce critical medical components to provide adaptive care for coronavirus patients. This has put the global spotlight back on 3D printing to a degree that we haven’t seen for a few years, but the challenges with scaling 3D printing technologies and deploying them as an effective production tool haven’t changed. What happens from here? It may […]
FreeFORM Technologies is a new contract manufacturer specializing in metal binder jet 3D printing. The company was...