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What will change for 3D printing in 2019?

What will change for 3D printing in 2019?

Written by David

December 22, 2018

In 2018, users of additive manufacturing technology saw a number of new ways to build parts layer-by-layer as vendors continued to explore how fast the technology could go. Expect such explorations to continue in 2019. In addition, large manufacturers in aerospace and automotive continue to include additive technology in their product development and production efforts. So, what might be in store for additive in 2019? Recently Materialise released its take on trends for 3D printing for this year. Here’s what the experts at the company had to say. Applications, not technology, will drive the 3D printing industry forward The AM industry has been shifting its focus to identify the right applications for 3D printing for some time now. In 2019 that shift will intensify, as the application-driven approach to 3D printing is likely to gain attention from the financial world. Fried Vancraen, Materialise CEO, explains that the wheels are […]

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