Giulia BesanaResearch Analyst, IDC Health InsightsRead full bio 3D printing has started a revolution in many industries, providing a manufacturing model based on production decentralization, highly individualized end-results, and the potential to scale processes.
Galina SpasovaSenior Research AnalystRead full bio @galspasova Organ tissue, buildings, clothes, cars, musical instruments, sugary cake decorations — even cat armour. What can’t 3D printers do? There’s been so much hype about creative uses and scientific breakthroughs powered by 3D printing technology that it’s easy to miss what is actually happening in the industry.
Gabriele Roberti Research Manager, IDC Read full bio groberti_IDC Julio Vial Research Manager, IDC Read full bio In the 3D printing world, there is a good chance 2018 will be recalled as the year when scientists and researchers were first […]
Phil Sargeant Program Director, Imaging and Hardcopy Devices and Document Solutions, European Region Read full bio There used to be a time when inkjets were for the home, and lasers were for the office, and the lines were pretty much […]