3D printing is efficient and highly
customizable, and has potential applications
across a wide range of industries.
While 3D printing technology for consumer products has yet to
live up to the hype, it's thriving in the industrial world.
The technology enables rapid prototyping, which means that
teams developing a new product can quickly experiment with
different designs and materials, accelerating the product's path to
market. It's also highly customizable and resource-efficient.
The 3D printing space has seen significant fundraising growth
since 2013, with big manufacturing corporates like GE and
Siemens investing heavily. Global spending on 3D printing will
reach nearly $12B in 2018, according to IDC forecasts.
As the technology permeates more design studios and factory
floors, the potential applications are virtually endless.
From construction to pharmaceuticals to food, we take a look at
the industries that 3D printing could disrupt.
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