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3D Printing Application Market

Sep 2, 2014 3:00:37 AM / by yash posted in 3d printing in dental, 3d, 3D Printer, 3D Printing, 3D Printing Application Market, 3d printing in automotive, 3d printing use case, Additive manufacturing application market

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3D printing ( additive manufacturing) has been around for more than two decades now. with improvement in technology and increasing industry participation, 3D printing is moving to the mainstream manufacturing from being a mere tool for prototyping. One of the key factors inhibiting the adoption of 3D printers in the manufacturing sector was the limited options of materials. Photo-polymers and plastics have been the dominant material in past. However, metal is now being widely used and being widely seen as the future material of the industry.

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Melting Metals, Mainstreaming 3D Printing

Jun 17, 2014 5:50:13 AM / by BIS Research posted in Ceramics, PLA, Plastics, Polymer, Wax, 3d Printer in Medical, ABS, 3D Printer, 3D Printing, 3D Printing Market, 3D Printing Material, Consumer Printer, Industrial 3D Printer, Metal

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One dramatic surgery made worldwide news in 2012 when an 83-year old Belgian woman with oral cancer had her jaw replaced by a tailor-made, 3D printed titanium mandible in what can be called a first-of-its-kind surgical transplant. Metal-focused additive manufacturer LayerWise from Belgium used a method developed by a surgical team from Belgium’s Hasselt University to create the fake jaw. Titanium, a well known material in the medical implant industry because of its biocompatibility, was powdered and then printed out layer by layer.

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HP and the Business of 3D Printers: Will it be Better, Faster, and Simpler?

May 29, 2014 8:36:55 AM / by BIS Research posted in HP, 3D Printer, 3D Printing, 3D Printing Market, Consumer Printer

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Why is HP foraying into 3D Printing?

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