Industry Europe: Full-Scale 3D Printing Processes Have Doubled In The Past Year, Research Shows

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3D printing, or additive manufacturing, is ready for a transition into the mainstream manufacturing process, according to independent research conducted by Essentium.

This news comes as the first of a series of independent surveys performed by the US-based company, showing that the use of 3D printing processes has doubled over the past year for over 70% of manufacturing companies. The survey covered 169 leading manufacturers from across the world who were questioned about their current experiences, challenges and trends with 3D printing for production and manufacturing.

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