Design News: Will 2021 Be the Breakout Year for Additive Manufacturing?

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AM was already positioned for a surge. 2020 tipped it into wholehearted legitimacy. Blake Teipel, CEO of Essentium, a 3D printing company that focuses on AM, believes the industry is on the cusp of seeing AM become a widespread manufacturing technology rather than a boutique technology for customization and spare parts.

“As additive manufacturing moves mainstream, it rewrites the economics of production and heralds a new era in manufacturing that will impact design, time-to-market, design cycles, customization, supply chains, and pricing,” Teipel told Design News. “The rewards are huge.”

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