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What will become of traditional professionals, such as engravers and providers of machining services? Will they still have work? Itamar Yona from Aviv3D elaborates on these question of what will become of traditional professionals in the 3D printing era.
3D printing is one of the most disruptive and quickly-adopted technologies of the 21st century. The boom that has launched this industry to the forefront of the manufacturing world seems to have sprung out of nowhere. Suddenly, 3D printers became very common, seemingly overnight!
I would like to look back at one of the first ‘event-in-events’ that 3D fab+print organised last year: the touchpoint at drupa 2016 in Düsseldorf, Germany. drupa is an 11-day (!) trade show that attracts visitors from all around the globe and has target groups from a wide variety of industries.
In the product development process – such as IoT solutions – prototypes are required in order to evaluate the product. 3D printing is one of the best tools in our tool box for the purpose of creating a prototype.
Since you are reading this you are probably wondering how to focus your efforts in order to reduce costs and save time. Should you buy a 3D printer or outsource the additive manufacturing to service bureaus?