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Why Did Growth Rate of 3D Printing Slow Down in India
- After the invention of 3D printing in the 1980s, industries were excited about the progress of this new technology was undergoing.
- By 2000s people were dreaming about printing things at the convenience of their homes and watch miracles happen every day. Some even expected 3D printers to become as common as a microwave.
- Everything seemed to come from some sci-fi movie. Until it was not. What Happened? Manufacturing of 3D printers for mass consumers failed for many reasons. These 3D printers did not match consumer’s expectations.
- They were bought into production for masses when the technology was a fledgling. While some people were expecting it to print phones for them which is a totally unrealistic expectation for a machine of that caliber, others were not able to figure out what to do with them.
- Hence, 3D printers just fall flat for masses. These printers can only make small plastic objects, like fixing washing machine by 3D printing a small part or print toys.
- 3D printers were offering to manufacture small parts when people were expecting to get a whole product. Also, there is a limitation of material that can be used. They can print only plastic objects.
- Even though using them is has a little learning curve, the product that it delivered was of mediocre quality. And the quality of the product was not consistent. Moreover, the product had less durability as compared to its Injection mold counterparts. They did not
deliver value for money.
- For the industrial purpose, 3D printing is gradually spreading its wings. It is widely being used in many industries like automobile, medicine, and health care. Still, it has its set of challenges. Lack of standardization is one of the concerns for industries.
- There is no assurance that a printer will perform the same as another even if they are exactly the same. As the cost involved is too high to take risk manufacturers to hesitate to upgrade to 3D printing. Another hurdle for businesses is the lack of expertise in 3D printing.
- Businesses need to invest time and money to train existing employees as most of them are not accustomed to design, perform and operate machines. 3D printing mostly uses plastic as a material for manufacturing. Plastic requires significantly more electricity consumption. Also, it is responsible for the increase in pollution at an alarming rate.
- Industries which are trying to incorporate environment-friendly practices find it repulsive. Even with all the challenges, 3D printing is one of the most promising technologies in recent times. It has provided a solution to a lot of problems and has given direction to many new experiments and researches.
While the world is rooting for its success, Continuous innovation, invention, and creativity is the key to it.
Conceptual understanding of 3D Printing Business
The Conceptual understanding of 3D Printing Technology (For Start-ups in 3D Printing)
3D Printing Materials Market, By Type
3D Printing Materials Market, By Form
3D Printing Materials Market, By Technology
3D Printing Materials Market, By Application
3D Printing Materials Market, By End-Use Industry
- Aerospace & Défense
- Consumer Goods
3D Printing Materials Market, By Region
- Product Offering
- Business Strategy
- Market Ranking
- Competitive Scenario
- New Product Development
- Expansion & Investment
- Merger & Acquisition
- Joint Venture & Partnership
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Revolutionary contribution of 3D Printing technology towards Medical sector in India
The medical sector with additive manufacturing.
3D printing, also identify as additive manufacturing technology is playing a key role in the medical field.
This technology started to save and ease the lives of physically disabled people,
and for the people who need an organ replacement.
3D printing also gives customization in medicines:
– Enabled Customization
– Prototyping manufacturing
– For research work
The field of application for 3D printing is broad, allowing researchers and scientist to go beyond general medical practice.
We will see how 3D printing technology advancing and benefiting the medical field.
MEDICAL TOOLS AND DEVICES with 3D Printing:
3D Printing allows tools to design and customize the way the surgeon required for a particular patient or for his operating skills
3D Printing customization in tools provides easiness for the operator to operate tools and devices as per his/her convenience.
Prostheses with 3D Printing
Many top brand hospitals from all over the world started to form a lab to create prosthetic limbs as per patients requirement.
Earlier it was hard to create a customized shape, so the patient needs to compromise with the existing standard-sized limbs.
But now 3D Printing technology provides a platform to create a customize shapes and reduce the manufacturing time by 50% to 60%.
Dental Application with 3D Printing
The application of 3D printing in the dentistry sector is ranging from general dentistry to orthodontics.
Added with orthodontics using the fabrication of customized braces which will give better fitment for the patient.
As 3D printing is easily embraced into dental offices, clinics & dental R&D labs, it is being used for making castable crowns, dental bridges.
Tissues & Human Organs with 3D Printing
A medical sector now claims that they are successfully created organs like kidneys, hips, knees, spine, and skull using 3D Printing.
Already, so many patients have this 3d printed organs inside their bodies.
Biocompatible 3D printing materials such as titanium and cobalt are used in jaw and face surgeries and orthopedics with the help of 3D Printing.
Medicines and Pharmacology with 3D Printing
Nowadays their drugs, which get swallow at a time but different drugs need different release time.
Here 3d printing provides a huge advantage to create segmented tablets, which have different types of material for a single tablet.
The main advantage of 3D printed pills they are cost-effective, making the technology affordable.
Which is accessible to health programs in poorer, developing countries.
This all is the application of 3d printing in the medical sector with additive manufacturing.
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