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New applications of 3D printing will emerge, a US$7bn market by 2025

The global market for 3D printing is set to reach $7 billion by 2025, which includes a conservative estimate of $3 billion for bioprinting, as forecasted by IDTechEx.

IDTechEx released a report on May 22nd that outlines how 3D printing processes are being used in various industries today and how industries will be using the technology in the future. The report points out that traditional applications such as prototyping continue to grow but many emerging applications will also be commercialised.
(…weiter auf 3ders.org)

Jun 1, 2014 - 3D-Druck News

3D Printing Market Worth $7 Billion by 2025? Is a New Report Underestimating the Market?

We have all been hearing the numbers being thrown out their by various research firms, about how fast the 3D printing space will heat up over the next 5-10 years. I personally take each prediction with a grain of salt, simply because there are still all sorts of unknowns which may sneak up on us over time. If you go back a couple of years and look at some of the predictions provided by several research firms, you would notice that nearly all of the estimates have turned out to be underestimates.
(…weiter auf 3dprint.com)

Mai 30, 2014 - 3D-Druck News

3D Printing – Approaching Critical Mass In An $8 Billion Industry

For more than 20 years, US-based Trent Capital Management has invested its clients’ money in smart technology companies. Mainly in mobile phone companies.

As of now, the company has a new investment policy: 3D printing.

“It’s the first thing we’ve seen come along that is going to be as universally disruptive as the cellular telephone industry,” says partner Jim Folds, who is advising the company’s family office clients among others that the technology’s time is about to come.
(…weiter auf forbes.com)

Mai 28, 2014 - 3D-Druck News

Austin 3D printing startup lands $1.5 million

American-Statesman Staff

An Austin-based 3D printing industry startup has gotten a boost with $1.5 million in seed funding led largely by local investment firm MicroVentures.

Structured Polymers, which was founded by several University of Texas graduates, was able to bypass traditional venture capital efforts by raising most of the cash — $1.2 million — in less than a week through MicroVentures’ crowdfunding platform in their largest effort to date.
(…weiter auf statesman.com)

Mai 18, 2014 - 3D-Druck News

3D Printing: Employment Boom or Employment Swoon?

We have already seen intense debates concerning what the outcome of a 3D printing economy may be. Traditionally technology has created more jobs than it has destroyed. When computers began to emerge on the scene in the 1970′s, talks of job losses were nearly as intense as they are today, surrounding 3D printing. What happened? The majority of people were wrong. Just think about how many jobs the Googles, Apples, and Microsofts of the world have created over the past decade alone.
(…weiter auf 3dprint.com)

Mai 12, 2014 - 3D-Druck News

3D Systems Expands Distribution Footprint Through Partnership with ScanSource

ROCK HILL, South Carolina – May 12, 2014 – 3D Systems (NYSE:DDD) announced today that it has partnered with ScanSource, Inc. (NASDAQ: SCSC), the leading international value-added distributor of specialty technology products, on ScanSource’s new technologies team dedicated to the sale and support of 3D printing solutions.

As the 3D market begins to develop along the normal technology adoption curve, ScanSource believes the reseller channel is ready to embrace these new solutions and bring them to a variety of vertical markets. As an innovative leader in developing 3D printers and print materials, 3D Systems offers a comprehensive range of products targeted for the manufacturing, healthcare, aerospace and automotive markets.
(…weiter auf 3dsystems.com)

Mai 12, 2014 - 3D-Druck News

Mainstream 3D Printing Adoption: Four reasons we aren’t there yet

The 3D printing movement has really exploded over the last two years. 3D printers have gone from obscure devices, which only a handful of tech geeks have heard about, likely from various Youtube videos posted a couple of years ago, to a technology that the majority of American’s know exists. The next step will be mainstream adoption. The true definition of “mainstream adoption,” that I am using is, “the period in which a majority of the population has used a 3D printer or 3D printing service in some way or another.”
(…weiter auf 3dprint.com)

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