3D Printing in Industries

3D Printing or we can say “Additive manufacturing” is now being used in a number of different industries all over the world, including aerospace developmentautomotive, military science. One of the most beneficial reasons to contemplate using additive manufacturing processes rather than conventional engineering is the ability to create electronic circuits in very small spaces. There’s a range of functional components which can also be easily created, including electronics. Additive manufacturing machines can produce a conductor, resistor, dielectric and semiconductor inks which can be processed to create both active and inert components. Shielding, antennas, and sensors are just some of the types of electronic components which can be created. Combining additive manufacturing in both the aerospace and electronics industries provides some very advantageous technology, including the ability to print directly onto the wing of unmanned aerial vehicles, creating a lighter and more streamlined design.

  • 3D-Printed Electronics:  Applications and Opportunities
  • 3D Printing for Prototyping in the Electronic Industry
  • 3D-Printed Electronics:  Hardware, Materials and Service Offerings
  • The potential for Revenue Generation by 3D-printed Electronics
  • Segmenting a Future 3D-printed Electronics Sector
  • Printed Electronics:  Emerging Specialist Firms
  • Ongoing R&D in 3D-Printed Electronics
  • 3D-Printed Metals, Dielectrics for the Electronics Industry
  • The Future of 3D-Printed Electronics is non-proprietary Materials
  • Supply Chain Structure for the 3D-Printed Electronics Sector
  • Market Forecasts for 3D-Printed Electronics
  • 3d printing applications in electronics
  • 3d printing embedded electronics