Gartner’S 2017 3D Printing Hype Cycle shows a comprehensive evolving cycle of all 3D printing applications, their respective level of maturity.

Carbon 3D’s new process enhances the default trend of 3D printing in coming years: stop thinking about prototyping but dream big of end-use production.

IDC forecasted the worldwide spending on 3D printing will grow to nearly $29B in 2020. Sculpteo illustrated the same trend in its 2017 State of 3D Printing.

Ford starts to test large-scale car parts with Stratasys using 3D printing in hopes of meeting personalized demand and increasing cost efficiency.

CEO of HP believes that 3D printing and digitalisation are the key drivers of the 4th Industrial revolution, disrupting the entire manufacturing industry.

US engineering giant Emerson opened its additive manufacturing center in Singapore on Mar. 24. Another big player accelerates its 3D printing revolution.

A recent report from Ipsos Business Consulting discussed the new possibilities that 3D printing industry will bring to production and supply chain.

Of the three key expertise to meet the challenges of 3D printing: technology, product development and production, SP3D provides two of them.

A 3D printer manufacturer and a manufacturing solution company partner to disrupt the traditional supply chain and manufacturing industry

A 3D printer manufacturer and a manufacturing solution company partner to disrupt the traditional supply chain and manufacturing industry