Disruptive Breakthroughs in 3D Printing

2019 is looking to be a big year for new, disruptive technology. The business sectors that will be most dramatically affected will be healthcare, manufacturing, construction, transportation, aerospace, and life sciences. One industry that is always growing and shows no signs of slowing is 3D printing. It is going to continue to be hugely disruptive to every industry — including yours.

The newest 3D printing technology enables the use of dozens of different materials simultaneously in one print run. Materials range from biological filament and living tissue to chocolate, rubber, metals, plastics, clay, and wood fiber.

We have reached the point where 3D-printed electronics can be successfully integrated with multiple materials and complex shapes. In short, we have entered a world in which many things can be 3D printed — right in front of you. And now the speed at which printing can occur is where we are headed next.

The newest types of 3D printers are up to 40 times faster than original additive manufacturing machines released in the past five years. These astounding devices can reduce production timelines of very functional pieces of equipment from days to mere hours. The possibilities are endless.

A known 3D printing example in the medical field is dental implants or 3D models of teeth orthodontists use to determine the care needed for braces. Likewise, the mechanical design process of 3D printing will become more autonomous in the coming years, taking elements from pre-existing designs to create new ones.

Using 3D printing, sophisticated engineering projects like printing a car can be designed, built, and brought to market faster than ever, rather than the typical year or multiyear-long development cycle. This concept is being referred to as 4D printing, where time is a factor in the process. But with all this shortening of what used to be long-term projects, many fear that this means sacrificing quality to the machines. This is not true.

When breakthrough technologies arrive, they do notsimply replace older ones. We integrate the old and the cutting edge to create new value, and that in turn alters how we relate to the older technology without erasing that older technology completely. Transformation is seldom a simple case of new tech replacing old tech.

3D printing has not and will not fully replace traditional manufacturing; it will instead be integrated with it to provide even more value. Jobs of years past will be repositioned in new ways to work alongside 3D printing in manufacturing, especially given the speed at which 3D printing increased coupled with the importance of the parts 3D printers are creating. This increases the need for employees to review and ensure quality of the items created.

Technology-Driven Change Coming to a Market Near You

We’re about to witness an explosion of new applications. Rapid prototyping, as well as personalized manufacturing, has allowed manufacturers to innovate with new materials and new designs. The spectrum of products from 3D printers has reached household goods, jewelry, clothing, human implants, jet engine parts, and much more to come. Mainly, healthcare has become one of the bigger ones in the past five years.

I’ve spoken a lot about the Hard Trend — a future fact that is inevitable — of the aging baby boomer population. Personalized medical devices will fit better, perform better, and perhaps reduce medical costs, enabling us to replace everything from pacemakers and pins to old organs with new organs created out of organic tissue. Even replacement bones have been 3D printed recently. These are good examples of a technology that will help us meet the needs of a generation getting older.

But the technology and processes have been refined in the past few years — in 2019, they will become even more disruptive in multiple industries. 3D printing truly excels in its ability to enable personalization. This ability to economically create a very limited run of widgets or entire devices — down to a single part run — is what makes 3D a truly disruptive technology. Add in the sheer speed of the process and you have a technology that will drive change.

It’s your turn — how do you envision using 3D multi-material printing? Don’t fall into the trap of seeing this as overhyped, a fad, or something that’s just going to go away. Instead, ask yourself: How do the potentials of this technology excite and inspire you? What will you make of it? And how will it disrupt your industry so you can learn to be more anticipatory?

If nothing else, 3D printing has closed the gap between imagining something and building it.

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The Industry 4.0 Advantage

This visceral image of “industry” being gritty and exclusively blue-collar is true to some degree, but when “4.0” is added to it, it takes on a whole new meaning, and blue-collar workers end up believing the narrative that robots and artificial intelligence (A.I.) will delete their jobs.

Though common, this fear is unwarranted. Despite the now-proven Hard Trend that A.I., advanced automation and robotics, 3D printing, and other industrial Internet of Things (IoT) advancements often replace mundane tasks in manufacturing, Industry 4.0 transformations allow us to work alongside machines in new, highly productive ways.

Industry 1.0 to 4.0

Manufacturing in every industry has evolved as four distinct industrial revolutions since the 1800s. The first industrial revolution took place between the late 1700s and early 1800s. Manufacturing evolved to optimized labor performed by the use of water- and steam-powered engines with human beings working alongside them.

The second industrial revolution began in the early part of the 20th century, introducing steel and use of electricity in factories. These developments enabled manufacturers to mobilize factory machinery and allowed for capitalizing on manpower in mass production concepts like the assembly line.

A third industrial revolution began in the late 1950s, which brought with it automation technology, computers, and robotics, increasing efficiency and repositioning the human workforce. Near the end of this period, manufacturers began experiencing a shift from legacy technology to an increase in attention to digital technology and automation software.

The current industrial revolution is Industry 4.0, which increases interconnectivity and networked intelligence through the Internet of Things (IoT) and other cyber-physical systems. Industry 4.0 is far more interlinked than revolutions before, allowing for improved company communication and collaboration.

The general definition of Industry 4.0 is the rise of digital industrial technology. To better understand, let’s take a look at nine building blocks of Industry 4.0.

Big Data and Analytics

Industry 4.0 allows for streamlining, collecting and comprehending data from many different sources, including networked sensors, production equipment, and customer-management systems, improving real-time decision making.

Autonomous Robots

The ability for robots to interact with one another while accomplishing rhetorical tasks increases productivity and opens new job opportunities for employees willing to learn new things. These future autonomous robots will cost less while having greater range of capabilities.

Advanced Simulation

Advanced simulations will be used more extensively in plant operations to leverage real-time data, mirroring the physical world in a virtual model. This includes machines, products, and humans and allows operators to test and optimize the machine settings in the virtual world first, accelerating a predict-and-prevent operational strategy for downtime issues.

Horizontal and Vertical System Integration

Universal data-integration networks in Industry 4.0 increase connectivity among departments, suppliers, and partners. This resolves lack of communication or miscommunication within a project crossing departmental boundaries.

Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT)

Decentralizing analytics and decision making while enabling real-time feedback is key in today’s age. IIoT means connected sensors, machines communicating with each other, and more devices having embedded computing enabling Edge Computing, where networked sensors get new data instantly and automated decisions happen faster.

Agile and Anticipatory Cybersecurity

Secure means of communication and identity management is quite important to cybersecurity in Industry 4.0, as increased interconnectivity brings the risk of security issues. Manufacturing companies must pre-solve problems in cybersecurity and implement anticipatory systems by adding a predict-and-prevent layer to A.I.

Advanced Hybrid Cloud and Virtualization

As data increases, local storage will not suffice, which brings us to Cloud Services and Virtualization. Elements of high-speed data analytics coupled with A.I. and machine learning enable real-time knowledge sharing. Advanced Cloud Services also enable anticipatory predict-and-prevent strategies.

Additive Manufacturing (3D Printing)

Advanced additive-manufacturing methods will be integrated into mass production systems, providing a new level of speed and customization along with the ability to solve complex manufacturing problems while also functioning as a standalone system for custom manufacturing.

Augmented Reality

According to my Hard Trend Methodology, this relatively new technology will gain more traction as augmented reality (A.R.) apps for business and industry are developed. For example, in Industry 4.0, AR can help quickly find parts in a warehouse by looking around from one location.

The adaptation of any of the new technologies in Industry 4.0 will face an uphill battle, as blue-collar manufacturing industries are not often open-minded about embracing new technology often seen as a job eliminator. Embracing the ever-changing spectrum of Industry 4.0 technologies allows acceleration of innovation, pre-solving seemingly impossible problems, and developing and implementing digital manufacturing solutions.
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Military 3D Printing Market Opportunities and Trends with Major Eminent Vendors: Stratasys Ltd., 3D Systems Corporation, 3T RPD, The Exone Company,

Military 3D printing is a process of creating 3D objects from a digital record using several materials, such as ceramics, aluminum, and titanium. Mounting investments by defense bodies in 3D printing assignments, escalating requirement for lightweight parts and components in the defense industry are the factors driving the growth of the global military 3D printing. Different offerings such as a printer, software, and material contributed to the military 3D printing market size. The market has witnessed a high demand for printer segment over last few years due to escalating need for 3D printed components from OEMs in the defense industry.

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The mounting investments by defense bodies in 3D printing assignments, escalating requirement for lightweight parts and components in the defense industry, and reduction in manufacturing cost of parts are the primary growth drivers for military 3D printing market. Development of advanced 3D printing technologies, development of portable printers and 3D printing as a service are also facilitating the growth of the military 3D printing market.

On the basis of technology, the market is subdivided into stereo lithography, direct metal laser sintering (DMLS), laser metal deposition, fuse deposition modeling, polyjet printing, electron beam melting, and selective laser sintering (SLS), digital light processing, inkjet printing, and laminated object manufacturing.

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Geographically, North America accounted the largest share and is observed to witness the fastest growth in the market, due to the mounting applicability of 3D printing technology in several industries, such as aerospace, chemicals, and automotive. In addition, mounting government investment in 3D printing and escalating requirement for lightweight parts and components in the defense industry are also facilitating the growth of the North American market.

Key players in the military 3D printing market are catering to the demand of these devices by investing in technologically advanced products in their product portfolio across the globe. In August 2018, The ExOne Company announced 304L stainless steel a printable material due to high durability, low cost, and corrosion resistance. Stratasys Ltd., 3D Systems Corporation, 3T RPD, The Exone Company, American Elements, Markforged, and Optomec are the key players offering military 3D printing.

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3D Printing Market Analysis, Forecast of Business Revenue, Size, Leading Competitors and Growth Trends 2024

3D printing is a manufacturing process that helps in building multiple layers for a three-dimensional object from a digital specimen. A few years ago, the cost of using 3D printing technology was very high and it was used by large corporations and organizations, however with the advent of desktop-based 3D printers the technology is becoming more accessible in small and medium enterprises and home users as well. Currently, 3D printers are increasingly used to manufacture customized prototypes during testing phases. The 3D printing technology helps the business organizations in creating prototype at lower costs, reduced time and do not require specific labor skill for developing a product thereby enhancing the growth of the 3D printing market across the globe.

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Increasing investments undertaken by government authorities towards 3D printing projects, increasing trend of developing customized products for the customers and reduced manufacturing cost are the key factors driving the growth of the 3D printing market. The potential of 3D printing technology to enhance the manufacturing and supply chain management process of the business organization is the key factor driving the growth of the 3D printing market. 3D printing technology helps in providing ease to manufacturing process of the organizations and provides several benefits to the traditional production techniques.

Geographically, North America is the largest 3D printing market in since the region is constantly revamping their technology and increasingly using 3D printing technology in healthcare and aerospace and defense domain. Furthermore, increasing demand for customized products by the customers and need for reducing operational costs by several business organizations is driving the demand for 3D printing in this region.

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Moreover, 3D printing market in Asia-Pacific is expected to witness the fastest growth due to the availability of informed consumers and the increasing demand for customized products from the end-users. 3D printing technology is enabling business enterprises in this region for improving product evolution, customer relationships and business growth by delivering products in a timely and speedy manner.  Additionally, this technology is helping the suppliers in reducing the cost and time of their manufacturing and logistics process.  Moreover, the adoption of 3D printing by healthcare domain is enhancing the growth of 3D printing market in this region.

Some of the major players in the 3D printing market include Materialise NV, Stratasys Ltd., 3D Systems Corporation, Envisiontec GmbH, The Exone Company, Sciaky Inc., Voxeljet AG, SLM Solutions Group AG., Proto Labs, Arcam Group and Mcor Technologies Ltd.

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North America is The Largest 3D Printing Market since the Region Is Constantly Revamping Their Technology

3D printing is a manufacturing process that helps in building multiple layers for a three-dimensional object from a digital specimen. A few years ago, the cost of using 3D printing technology was very high and it was used by large corporations and organizations, however with the advent of desktop-based 3D printers the technology is becoming more accessible in small and medium enterprises and home users as well. Currently, 3D printers are increasingly used to manufacture customized prototypes during testing phases. The 3D printing technology helps the business organizations in creating prototype at lower costs, reduced time and do not require specific labor skill for developing a product thereby enhancing the growth of the 3D printing market across the globe.

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Increasing investments undertaken by government authorities towards 3D printing projects, increasing trend of developing customized products for the customers and reduced manufacturing cost are the key factors driving the growth of the 3D printing market. The potential of 3D printing technology to enhance the manufacturing and supply chain management process of the business organization is the key factor driving the growth of the 3D printing market. 3D printing technology helps in providing ease to manufacturing process of the organizations and provides several benefits to the traditional production techniques.

Geographically, North America is the largest 3D printing market in since the region is constantly revamping their technology and increasingly using 3D printing technology in healthcare and aerospace and defense domain. Furthermore, increasing demand for customized products by the customers and need for reducing operational costs by several business organizations is driving the demand for 3D printing in this region.

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Moreover, 3D printing market in Asia-Pacific is expected to witness the fastest growth due to the availability of informed consumers and the increasing demand for customized products from the end-users. 3D printing technology is enabling business enterprises in this region for improving product evolution, customer relationships and business growth by delivering products in a timely and speedy manner.  Additionally, this technology is helping the suppliers in reducing the cost and time of their manufacturing and logistics process.  Moreover, the adoption of 3D printing by healthcare domain is enhancing the growth of 3D printing market in this region.

Some of the major players in the 3D printing market include Materialise NV, Stratasys Ltd., 3D Systems Corporation, Envisiontec GmbH, The Exone Company, Sciaky Inc., Voxeljet AG, SLM Solutions Group AG., Proto Labs, Arcam Group and Mcor Technologies Ltd.

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