The implications of emerging technologies such as 3D printing on the industrial manufacturing market are often hotly debated. Some experts in the industry feel that it will be hugely disruptive, while others believe the technology is decades away from viability.
Reconnu pour ses nombreuses études sur le secteur, comme la fameuse Courbe des tendances high-techs, le cabinet américain Gartner publie aujourd’hui une analyse intitulée « Predicts 2016 : 3D Printing Disrupts Healthcare and Manufacturing » dévoilant les impacts grandissants de l’impression 3D sur le secteur de la santé et du retail. Menée par Pete Basiliere, l’étude explique notamment comment 10% de ...
"In his prophetic 1995 novel “The Diamond Age”, Neal Stephenson described a world in which public ‘matter compilers’ could 3D print virtually anything on demand, even diamonds. While the promise of having magical machines in every home churning out food, replacement parts and digital gizmos is still a future vision, much has happened in industrial 3D printing out of the public eye. Unfortunately, many industry professionals seem oblivious to the vulnerabilities emerging in front of their own prophetic eyes."
Via Alessio Erioli
Las comunidades de makers y hackers están pariendo un futuro más horizontal. Las tecnologías de fabricación digital, basadas en la impresión 3D y el código abierto, se alían a la cultura libre y colaborativa para democratizar los procesos de diseño y producción.
Manufacturing is changing fast. As the pace of evolution quickens, it is creating new demands for real estate that can serve the emerging needs of new forms and locations for manufacturers along with associated suppliers and logistics.
3D printing will prove a game changer for large swathes of industry, and its impact will be felt far sooner than many expect. The time for companies to weigh the technology's ramifications for their businesses and business models is now.
Market research company CONTEXT has released a new report revealing that worldwide shipments of 3D printers rose 35% through the first three quarters of 2015, and that 95% of those sales were from personal/desktop 3D printers rather than industrial/professional machines.
35% of all ads posted for engineering jobs in the last 30 days prioritize 3D printing and additive manufacturing as the most sought-after skill. Wanted Analytics’ latest analysis of the 3D printing and additive manufacturing job market found that IT and management expertise were the second most common skill sets mentioned [...]
"Could you imagine downloading a door knob as easily as the new Angry Birds game? Or printing off a spare bicycle part you found online? It could become an everyday occurrence, according to one of the pioneers of 3D printing."
"Korean officials announced today that the country is developing a 10-year blueprint to becoming the main world leader in 3D printing. According to Korean news sources, the country plans to put 3D printers in 227 libraries and 5,885 schools within the next 3 years, and aims to have 10 million citizens using 3D printers by 2020."
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