IDTechEx Research: 3D printing materials market worth $23B in 2029
The 3D printing materials market will be worth $23B in 2029 according to the new IDTechEx Research report on the topic, 3D Printing Materials 2019-2029: Technology and Market Analysis. The report covers current and future technologies, market forecasts and more.
3D printing materials market to be worth $16B in 2028
Following commercialisation in the 1990s, today 3D printing has established itself as an attractive manufacturing solution for prototyping and beyond. Materials suppliers are poised to capitalise on this unmet demand, with the 3D printing materials market to be worth $16B in 2028.
IDTechEx Technology Analyst Dr Bryony Core spoke with Kirk Phelps, Product Manager at Carbon3D about the latest innovations in their CLIP and DLS technology.
First commercial CLIP-based additive manufacturing machine
Carbon3D, Inc has unveiled the M1, its first commercial 3D printer.
Materials experts work on new offerings for additive manufacturing
Kodak has announced that they have signed a joint development agreement with Carbon (Carbon3D, Inc). The companies will work together on materials development to address new opportunities for Carbon's innovative Continuous Liquid Interface Production (CLIP) technology.
Visualizing the 3D printing landscape
The 3D printing industry is still going from strength to strength. According to the IDTechEx report 3D Printing 2015-2025: Technologies, Markets, Players this industry is set to grow from $1bn in 2012 to $20bn in 2025.
Ford partners with Carbon 3D
Ford has been using conventional 3D printing technologies to prototype new product designs for more than twenty years. Recently, the company developed a dedicated new additive manufacturing research program to explore the potential of new technologies to manufacture vehicle-ready parts.
A Prototype is Worth a Thousand Meetings
Last week, I spoke at Inside 3D Printing New York City. Inside 3D Printing is a series of 13 annual events around the world organised by Meckler Media in 11 countries. NYC is their flag-ship event and the third one attracted 12,000 pre-registered attendees. It is co-located with 3D Design Week, which showcases products made using 3D printing and includes a fashion show.
Technology for layerless 3D printing
An innovative approach to polymer-based 3D printing that promises to advance the industry beyond basic prototyping to 3D manufacturing.