A new breed of entrepreneurs are projected to invest heavily on 3D printers to fuel their enterprise, with more big brands further igniting their innovation team. 3D printing technology would be one great way to trim down manufacturing costs across a number of verticals.
Modbury, South Australia -- (SBWIRE) -- 04/07/2015 -- With a number of companies going 3D, adding up the large capital more are willing to invest on it, 3D printing is certainly on its way to stardom. With the growing number of novel ideas being created in utilizing 3D printing, it is important to watch out for the direction it is heading to.
3D Photo Booth
Have you imagined yourself having your 3D headshot? There are companies like Uniqlo who have already ignited the experiment with in-store 3D booths wherein the bust or the body is being captured for successive reincarnation as a cool tiny figure. Expect that in the near future, weddings would have those 3D photo booth at affordable prices. Simple 3D scanning devices and software would pave way for more practical easy to set-up 3D capture. What's in store for companies with these scan and capture tools? A lot would definitely underpin on these concepts for mass customization facilitating the ability to customize products for each of their customers.
More Affordable 3D Machines
Well-designed materials have entered the market scene. More desktop customers will be capable of performing 3D output with the advancement in printing processes coupled with key patent finish. Also, companies, especially the startups will definitely benefit from more affordable industrial machines.
Tools of Chaos
With the technology that we have now, no doubt that 3D printing capability can also be used as a tool for mass destruction. 3D printers are feared to be man's new form of sophisticated guns and grenades.
Healthcare seems to be one of the industries who will benefit the most in 3D printing technology. More than Invisalign's innovation for straighter smiles, facial and skull implants, and prosthetics, the medical field will definitely bring in more innovation with 3D technology.
Moreover, here are some more predictions about 3D printing technology:
According to reports from BI Intelligence, 3D printer shipment is expected to rise tenfold by 2018. In 2014, about 130,000 3D printer kits were shipped out. Roughly 2.3 million is expected to be shipped out three years from now.
In three years time, 3D printers would cost lower than $2,500 and this technology would be confined in big businesses only. Brace yourselves, start-ups!
Companies who make use of 3D printing technology are expected to increase their revenue with the use of 3D printer kits. More companies are expected to take advantage of this technology. A new breed of entrepreneurs are projected to invest heavily on 3D printers to fuel their enterprise, with more big brands further igniting their innovation team. 3D printing technology would be one great way to trim down manufacturing costs across a number of verticals.
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