Additive Manufacturing (AM) has been around for more than 30 years, but only recently have multi-disciplinary advances in material sciences (multi-metal), metrology (in-situ monitoring), and design (generative engineering) started to converge on the technology’s use in structural and mission-critical commercial applications. These advances, the passing of a patent cliff and an ever-increasing desire to cater to the eye of the customer make AM more relevant today than ever. Production AM is on the cusp of scale, and it will compete (and ultimately win) in a broader circle of applications than most are willing to accept. By 2030, more than US$360 billion in parts and products will be additively manufactured each year.
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