From design to fully functional metal parts in as few as 28 hours.
Contributed by Alan Yu, Application Engineering Manager, Markforged APAC
In 2022, it is no longer a question of whether metal 3D printers are worth the investment but rather a question of which one to invest in. It is evident since the pandemic that 3D printing and Additive Manufacturing(AM) are supply-chain resilient, sustainable and cost-effective.
The message is clear, 3D printing and AM’s potential spans across verticles including aerospace, automotive, and the medical sector. At the heart of each production, the application of material used brings an innovative design to life. Materials play a significant role in AM and have really changed the game. With advances in this area, we’ve seen AM move from technology for prototyping to one that is addressing production applications.
According to Chris Connery, VP of Global Analysis at CONTEXT, the key 2022 3D printing trends he expects to see this year include the proliferation of high-temperature, material extrusion thermoplastic printers, composites, binder jetting for metal, and company growth by way of consolidation.
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