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3D Printing market forecast until 2030

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3D Printing market forecast until 2030.
According to Cramer, says”Before you buy any stock, please, please, do your homework”. I found a book online, the books and education will prevent us from more exposure regarding 3D printing. When we read more we will be more educated ourselves about 3D printing.
We will be more aware the benefits related other important things and the future prospectives.

“How “Fabbing” Will Change Different Industries Until 2030. The Future of 3D Printing in Aerospace, Retail and Healthcare.
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How “Fabbing” Will Change Different Industries Until 2030. The Future of 3D Printing in Aerospace, Retail and Healthcare

https://www.thestreet.com/video/cramers-investing-rule6-do-your-homework-14610072

https://www.reportlinker.com/p03711132/3D-Printing-Metal-Market-by-Form-by-Type-by-Application-and-by-Region-Global-Forecast-to.html

https://www.amazon.com/Different-Industries-Printing-Aerospace-Healthcare/dp/3668027137/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1536601481&sr=8-1&keywords=How+%22Fabbing%22+Will+Change+Different+Industries+Until+2030.+The+Future+of+3D+Printing+in+Aerospace%2C+Retail+and+Healthcare

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Master chef fans lose it ‘3D printer’ dessert food printers

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Master chef fans lose it ‘3D printer’ dessert🥧 food printers combine nozzles, powdery material, lasers and robotic arms to make sculptures and geometric shapes.
According to Master Chef judge Matt Preston, “the dish had a “cutting edge-type element” on it before they saw it.

We’ve seen the dish🍳. There’s one element there that I don’t think I’ve seen on an Australian restaurant menu anywhere else around the country. And that’s a totally cutting edge-type element that I think is going to bake your noodles🍝,”.

https://www.news.com.au/entertainment/tv/reality-tv/masterchef-fans-lose-it-over-3d-printer-dessert/news-story/c1c5033a1d77dbc054ab26aaefe2992f

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/video/tvshowbiz/video-1705642/Video-Masterchef-stars-shocked-unveils-3D-printed-lemon-pie.html

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SV3DPrinter’s vision for the ‘99% ENVIRONMENTAL FRIENDLY and GREEN’

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SV3DPrinter’s vision for the environment or ‘GREEN’
Nothing is completely green. 3D printing also not 100% environmental friendly or ‘ GREEN’. When we use the word ‘GREEN’ it is coming from the environment we use technology to make it word GREEN.
We all are contributors to make the world not so ‘GREEN’ or ‘POLLUTION’. We are the polluters.
The same thing for 3D Printing we use different material and printers. Using printers we need energy, same kind of energy we use to grow our raw food.
When we use ‘BIODEGRADABLE’ bags for garbage, the companies make those bags and basket, and paper bags too. Making those kinds of things we contribute more pollution.
Some of us eating raw we feel we are green but not. This is the reason people use the broom to sweep outside and inside of their house. They spread more dust and contributed more pollution to the atmosphere.
Whenever new products come in the market we always attract those things and get rid of the old thing, buy new thing even we don’t really need that.
Some of us taking the dogs for the walk, they are contributing more pollution to the atmosphere.
This is similar to use cell phone doing any other regular thing or cooking food at home.
With the 3D printing, we don’t try to waste the material can reuse the material and make any useful thing out of the waste material.
Every day we have some kind of material we call it waste or recycle. We receive junk mail, frozen food boxes, any kind of drinks bottle, or we drive to buy grocery or walk to buy things.
In my opinion, using 3D Printer may be not 100% ‘GREEN’ or environmental friendly but we can try to make it ‘99% ENVIRONMENTAL FRIENDLY and GREEN’. We need to have more understanding about Additive Manufacturing:)

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3D-Print Eyes(bonafide eye)

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At the beginning of 2015, Ray Flynn couldn’t see a thing in front of him. The 80-year-old suffered from a common disease called dry age-related macular degeneration (AMD), which caused him to lose his central line of sight and required him to rely on his peripheral vision instead. Flynn couldn’t use ATMs and had trouble distinguishing weeds from flowers in his garden. But in June, Flynn received the world’s first retinal implant to treat AMD, a procedure that left the patient with a bonafide bionic eye.

According to the researchers and Michael McAlpine, a co-author of the study and professor at the University of Minnesota at the University of Minnesota,” we were able to 3D-print on a hemispherical surface an array of light receptors. Published in the journal Advanced Materials on Tuesday, the study is the first to reveal a way to create a 3D-printed bionic eye with this method.
Bionic eyes are usually thought of as science fiction, but now we are closer than ever using a multi-material 3D printer he also mention that we have a long way to go to routinely print active electronics reliably, but our 3D-printed semiconductors are now starting to show that they could potentially rival the efficiency of semiconducting devices fabricated in micro-fabrication facilities plus, we can easily print a semiconducting device on a curved surface, and they can’t.”

https://www.digitaltrends.com/cool-tech/3d-print-bionic-eye/

https://twin-cities.umn.edu/news-events/research-brief-researchers-3d-print-prototype-bionic-eye

https://www.newsweek.com/scientists-figured-3d-print-bionic-eyes-1096306