One of the difficulties of following developments in 3D printing is that there are no dominating trends: R&D initiatives are launched, applications are tested, process technologies mature – and such things (along with other important advances) happen at a pace that is probably unsettling to anyone invested in the prospects of more established manufacturing technologies, for example, metalcasting. Recently PriceWaterhouse Coopers issued a white paper analyzing how 3DP is evolving as ...

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