A decade ago, additive manufacturing (or AM) began to appear in labs, workshops, and design studios, where flexibility, low turn-around times, and one-off production are crucial advantages. However, with rare exceptions, additive manufacturing has not made a dent in mainstream manufacturing. But now, that’s all about to change. Which industries will be most impacted? What barriers remain? What needs to be done to remover the barriers? And what will this new paradigm mean for producers and consumers? We’ll show you.This content is for TRENDS SUBSCRIPTION members only.
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