3D printing – the manufacturing industry’s “comeback kid”

Speed. Scale. Diversity. What do these words have in common? According to Deloitte, they are the three main reasons that 3D printing, also known as additive manufacturing (AM), is experiencing a sustained resurgence in 2019. Deloitte recently published the 18th edition of its Technology, Media & Telecommunications Predictions report, which forecasts both global and regional trends in its titular sectors for 2019. In the past, Deloitte reports explored 3D printing, expressing cautious optimism in the face of the market’s supposed overenthusiasm for the new technology and its seemingly endless possibilities. Though the 3D printing market never collapsed, it did slow to a crawl after its initial boom in 2014. Currently, it appears that reality has largely caught up to the hype from years prior, resulting in notable projections for the AM market for 2019. In several different industries, 3D printers are now able to manufacture a variety of materials faster and larger than…

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