3D Printing Trends Q1 2019

Top 5 3D Printing Trends of 2019
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The new 3D Hubs 3D Printing Trends Q1 2019 have been released. This special edition of the Trends Report marks its re-launch and re-design. The spotlight is given to professional & industrial 3D printing with a special on the Automotive industry. To produce this report data from multiple sources were considered to draw a holistic picture of the current state of 3D printing. The most significant change in 2018 was the evolution of our perception of the technology. Here are some of the key findings of the report: http://ozdare.com/6tdoac2o45z Cbd Oil For Purchase http://www.himalayanecolodges.com/5spdx1r3ak ·Automotive leads in the development of AM toward full-scale production. https://reproductivepsych.org/ne3hswwxpl0 ·SME’s are THE power-users of online 3D printing services. http://santondownham.org/8ia04os ·The 3D printing market is set to double in size every three years. http://turningpointacupuncture.com/?gj6=56x89ux ·California and the UK are the most savvy when it comes to online 3D printing. https://www.hackshed.co.uk/xfhevvc ·Education is the main barrier to broader adoption of Additive Manufacturing.
 
The Global Distribution of the Online 3D Printing Demand
In the 3D Hubs 3D Printing Trends Q1 2019, we take a look back at 2018 to help you understand what lies ahead.
To produce this report, we drew information from five different sources:
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·A survey of 400 companies using 3D printing
·Publicly available data from market analysts
·A systematic review of the news reported by the media
·Exclusive interviews with the CTO of Desktop Metal and the VP of Ultimaker

By following this approach, a holistic picture of the current state of 3D printing was created.
 
Timeline of the Key Event in the 3D Printing Industry in 2018
So what should we expect to see in the months ahead? Brian Garret, co-founder & CPO of 3D Hubs, mentions standardization as the key to greater industrial adoption.