• "We have seen improving print speeds, a wider range of materials and new forms of additive manufacturing methods," said Joe Kempton, Canalys research analyst. He pointed to an increase in vendors from Asia, which are taking on dominant existing markets, such as Germany and the US.
  • The 3D printing revolution is expected to continue to upend the traditional manufacturing market as it allows people to print real-life products and part replacements from their home or office.
  • Companies such as General Electric, Boeing, and BMW have already invested millions of dollars into the up-and-coming technology.

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