3D part printing is a new technology that has come up with the prospect of transforming the way companies build new products, including defense and aerospace components.
This revolutionary manufacturing process is referred to as 3D printing or additive manufacturing. Rising demand from the aerospace industry for technology capable of producing sophisticated aerospace and shorter supply chain period are key aspects that are likely to drive the aerospace 3D printing business.
However, the need for lightweight parts and components from the aerospace industry is expected to drive the 3D aerospace printing sector. A restricted range of 3D printing raw materials can impede the aerospace 3D printing market. Opportunities such as the introduction of new 3d printing technology needing less production time are projected to fuel the 3D aerospace printing market during the forecast period. Technologically advanced aircraft are extremely fuel-efficient due to the use of 3D engineered lightweight advanced […]
Above: PepsiCo food, snack, and beverage product line-up/Source: PepsiCo PepsiCo turned to tooling with 3D printing...