country makes headway in application of 3d printing

by:INDUSTRIAL-MAN     2019-09-23
From aircraft, auto parts to musical instruments, 3D printing technology is pushing the limits of material manufacturing.
Although the new technology is relatively young, it has become one of the most disruptive technologies in decades.
According to Statista Consulting, the global 3D printing industry is expected to reach $23 billion (£18 billion)by 2022.
3D printing, also known as additive manufacturing, is the process of making 3D solid objects from digital contours.
In contrast to subtraction manufacturing, subtraction manufacturing is characterized by hollowing out a piece of material with a milling machine.
Michael Agam said: \"additives refer to the placement of continuous layers of material before the object is created, and each layer can be regarded as a horizontal cross-section of the slice of the final item ,\", stratasys is a US-based provider of additive manufacturing solutions and president of South Asia.
Stratasys provides technology for creating prototypes, manufacturing tools and producing parts for industries ranging from aerospace, automotive, healthcare to consumer goods.
\"3D printing enables you to produce complex [functional]
\"Using the shape of materials that are less than traditional manufacturing methods,\" Mr Agam said . \".
Falling product costs, ease of customization, and government incentives are helping China become an Asian leader in additive manufacturing.
The output value of China\'s 3D printing industry is expected to reach $7.
68 billion or 1-
According to the forecast of the China Institute of Industrial information, the global market ranked third by 2020.
IDC, a consulting firm, estimates that China will invest $1.
9 billion people entered the industry this year.
This is the third one.
Second only to the largest markets in the United States and Western Europe.
The Chinese government has introduced a series of policies to promote the development of the 3D printing industry. The Ministry of Industry and Information Technology of China has released the National 3D printing industry development plan (2015-16)
Set goals for innovation and commercialism in the industry.
In addition, the department proposed a second action plan in December 2017 to further advance the process.
In its latest move, the company has put the industry on the list of strategic emerging industries in the country, which indicates that the relevant companies will face great opportunities.
But the technology itself faces challenges.
Most 3D printers are used for rapid prototyping, which means early imitation
Stage product modelups.
Business is not imminent.
\"While 3D printers are using amazing innovations almost every day in key industries such as automotive, aerospace and medical, we believe that as agents of digital transformation, we are still digging into the potential of 3D printing, \"said Tim Green, research director at IDC, a consulting firm.
Experts say China is rapidly closing the gap between technology application and commercialisation.
\"The Chinese market is always competitive because here people want to do things quickly and they put their heart and soul into it,\" said Vice President Benjamin Tan.
President of Asia-
Ultimaker in the Pacific Ocean.
Founded in 2011, Ultimaker has built an open and simple-to-
Use 3D printers, software and materials to enable professional designers and engineers to innovate.
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