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MarketsandMarkets 3D Printing CRYSTAL BALL EVENT (Time Zone - CST)

High growth markets which contribute to 20% of your revenues today will contribute 80% in the next 5 years. Identify these new revenue sources at MarketsandMarkets’s Crystal Ball event

•The 3D printing  market are expected to grow at over 18% to be a $30 billion market in 2025. Numerous engines are expected to fuel its growth – Digital Manufacturing, Industrial Internet of Things (IIOT)x, Industrial 3D Printing, Automated 3D Printing, 3D food Printing, 3D Mapping and Modelling, Continuous Composites, 3D Print Robots, Metamaterials, 3D Metal Printing. 3D printing has gone through a revolution over the last 5 to 10 years. Though it is a consumer-oriented technology, it has evolved into a viable industrial manufacturing solution. The market map consists of various providers in the 3D ecosystem, namely, 3D printers, software, services, and material providers, along with research institutes.

A host of attractive, high growth opportunities such as Smart Factory, Rapid Prototyping, Continuous Composite, 4D Printing, AI & Machine Learning, 3D printing  in  IOT/Industry 4.0 etc could be pursued. Participants such as 3D Printers Manufacturer, OEMs, Software and Service Vendors, Material and Metal Machine providers etc can benefit from this unprecedented growth over the next 5 years.

•This Crystal Ball event focuses on learning more about the most promising opportunities in the 3D Printing  ecosystem, as seen through the lens of eminent CXOs in this space.

What to Expect

Key
Highlights

  • AI and Machine Learning  to aid in growth of Digital Manufacturing  
  • Rapid prototyping  coupled with continuous composites can be deployed for jet engine parts production
  • Resin 3D printing  to facilitate wide spread adoption of 3D printing  in many industries
  • Home 3D printers and FabLabs might spawn a new generation of crafts

Crystal Ball:
Through the Speakers Perspective

  • 3D printing predominantly remains a prototyping tool in most industries. However, will the adoption in mainstream manufacturing result in an increase in spending from $20 bn in 2021 to $100 bn by 2025?
  • There is emerging evidence of AI, robotics, and virtual reality crashing into 3D printing. Will this convergence transform legacy industries to create a disruptive $20 bn by 2025?
  • Do the advantages of decentralization and shorter supply chains have an impact on mass customization?
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Conference Agenda

Day 1 Thu, 24-Jun-2021

Panel
Discussion

09:00 - 10:30

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Explore the Accelerated Shift from Prototype to Mass Manufacturing

90 minutes of brainstorming among 4 great minds which will aim at bringing out a tangible action plan by discussing the question given below:

  • 3D printing predominantly remains a prototyping tool in most industries. However, will the adoption in mainstream manufacturing result in an increase in spending from $20 bn in 2021 to $100 bn by 2025?
  • There is emerging evidence of AI, robotics, and virtual reality crashing into 3D printing. Will this convergence transform legacy industries to create a disruptive $20 bn by 2025?
  • 3D printing build farms are augmenting the demand for 3D printing service bureaus. Do we think service bureaus as a business model would grow by double digits in the near future, or price disruption in desktop 3D printing will result in its widespread adoption?
  • In what respect will the manufacturing capabilities aided by 3D printing drive the competitive advantage? Does the integration of 3D printing within the entire product lifecycle pose a challenge?
  • Do the advantages of decentralization and shorter supply chains have an impact on mass customization?

Conference Speakers

Confirmed Speakers

Ian Gibson

Ian Gibson

Professor, University of Twente

Richard Gaignon

Richard Gaignon

Chief Executive Officer, 3D Ceram

Patrick Carey

Patrick Carey

Senior Vice President - Americas Products & Solutions, Stratasys

Thomas Weitlaner

Thomas Weitlaner

Director Key Account Management and Additive Minds, EOS

Timothy Schniepp

Timothy Schniepp

Sr. Director, Application Engineering & Business Development, Xerox

Dhananjay (DJ) Sharma

Dhananjay (DJ) Sharma

GVP - MidMarkets, MarketsandMarkets

Donald Godfrey

Donald Godfrey

Sr. Fellow Aerospace and Defense Additive Strategy , SLM Solutions

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