Houses, bridges and even organs. Using a 3D printer, you can make all of it. The market for 3D printing products and technologies will expand to over 22 billion euros by 2030. According to figures from the PWC consultancy firm, the next few years will see growth in aerospace, medical technology and the automotive industry in particular. However, in addition to these growth sectors, there is more to come: Designers who print costumes in 3D, or aircraft fanatics who rebuild a JSF to scale -you guessed it – 3D printed parts. And what’s this week’s best read? Cutting down on food waste by putting food leftovers into a 3D printer.
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