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Aerospace-3d-printing-market

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According to the Aerospace 3D Printing Market Size report,” the market is expected to rise from USD 1,359.1 Million to USD 6,745.5 Million with a remarkable CAGR of 22.17% within the forecast period of 2018 to 2026. As per the current 3D printing aerospace market trends, the Direct Metal Laser Sintering (DMLS) segment will dominate the market, based on printer technology. This is owing to the fact that they are capable of crafting complex geometrical structures. In addition to that, they have other properties such as corrosion-resistant, good welding characteristics, lightweight metal components, and others that will help this segment generate high revenue in the coming years.”

Aerospace 3D Printer Market to Exhibit 22.17% CAGR, Owing to Adoption of Advanced Technology in 3D Printing | Fortune Business Insights

https://www.fortunebusinessinsights.com/industry-reports/aerospace-3d-printing-market-101613

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Fractal works 3D Printed sculpture at Mumbai Airport

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According to Fractal Works IMTEX 2019, “this is an excellent run at the event, and cannot stop talking about it! Hundreds thronged our stall wanting to learn more, and see what 3D printing is all about.
We had an eclectic mix of visitors including professionals from manufacturing, product design, engineering, teachers, entrepreneurs, interior designers, gifts and artifacts people, students, architects and all other kinds of backgrounds. One thing in common was that they were all really fascinated with the possibilities of 3D printing.”

 

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3D Printing News Alert(Bioengineered liquid cornea)

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For the fourth consecutive year, IISc has been ranked as India’s #1 university in the National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF) Rankings released by the Ministry of Human Resource Development.
According to the Bangalore-based biotechnology companyPandorum’s co-founder Dr. Tuhin Bhowmick, he has done Ph.D. from the Indian Institute of Science,” Bio-inspired Corneal ‘ink’ can be used as ‘Liquid Cornea’ for therapeutic application and to ‘print’ Corneal lenticule for human implantation – to treat visual impairment due to corneal defect”.

Indian Institute of Science
www.iisc.ac.in

http://www.pandorumtechnologies.com/

http://www.pandorumtechnologies.com/cornea.php

http://www.lvpei.org/

https://spinoff.com/cornea

3D printed drones in India

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According to Sridhar Balaram, Co-Founder, and Director, Poeir Jets, “We are happy to announce the launch of the 4 variants of these commercially viable Drone variants for global markets and India. Our expertise in 3D printing has come to the fore in developing these unique designs to address specific requirements. In line with our success in indigenously developed Microjet Engines, we see drones as presenting the next big opportunity in modern-day aviation.”

3D Printing News Alert(3D Printing materials market by 2025)

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According to the 3 D Printing Materials Market, “The 3 D Printing Materials Market is segmented based on material type, form, and application. The 3 D Printing Materials Market is segmented based on material type as Plastics, Metals, Ceramics, Others. The 3 D Printing Materials Market is segmented based on form as Filament, Powder, Liquid. The 3 D Printing Materials Market is segmented based on the application as Aerospace & Defense, Medical & dental, Automotive, Consumer Goods, Others.
The 3 D Printing Materials Market geographic segmentation covers various regions such as North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America, Middle East, and Africa. Each geography market is further segmented to provide market revenue for select countries such as the U.S., Canada, U.K. Germany, China, Japan, India, Brazil, and GCC countries”.

https://www.marketwatch.com/press-release/3d-printing-materials-market-is-supposed-to-cross-usd-2500-million-in-2024-2019-03-22

https://www.marketresearchengine.com/reportdetails/3d-printing-materials-market

3D Printing News Alert(Nasscom in talks with Meity to fund 3D print skilled people)

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The platform, which offers training in the internet of things (IoT), robotic process automation (RPA), virtual reality, big data analytics, cloud computing, and 3D printing, among others, went live with courses has participants from Nasscom member companies.
According to BVR Mohan Reddy, executive vice chairman at engineering research and design company Cyient ET, “The next step of the platform is a Government of India-Meity project that is there, to move it into B-to-C mode. The government will fund a substantial part of it to do the B-to-C model. It is in the final stages of discussion and also we need to scale the platform to that level”.

https://tech.economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/corporate/nasscom-in-talks-with-meity-to-fund-skilling-people-on-futureskills-platform/68348459

5D Printer Halo

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We already know about 3D, 4D, 5D Printing previously. Now we are learning more about 5D printing. This is made in India Halo 5D Printer. The Bengaluru-based company, Etherial Machine has come up with a 3D printing technique like no other. 5D printer won the Best of Innovation CES 2018 Award.
5D printing can be better called 5-axis printing, where there are five distinct axes along which the printer head moves. This allows for far more complex structures to be printed, while also enabling much stronger construction. Here’s how it work.
The benefits of 5D Printing is more than regular 3D printing. Because objects that are 3D printed are technically made out of slices of flat layers. The layers are flat, the object can have some weak points. When we use 5D printing, the curved layers prevent creating weak points.

According to MERL’s scientist ( Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs ) William Yerazunis, Ph.D. Senior Principal Research Scientist of this lab explained,” Tests that have been made with 5D printed objects by MERL showed that these objects were 3 to 5 times stronger than if it had been 3D printed. MERL explained the difference in strength by comparing a bicycle to a motorcycle. MERL pressurized two identical plastic printed pressure caps, one created with 3D printing and the other with 5D printing. The 3D printed cap could only handle 0.1 megapascals of pressure – so, about 1 second before it burst.
5D printing, for example, a concave cap, an item that could not be 3D printed because it needs a lot of fillers and support, plus whose design is too complex. Below you can see an example of a 5D printed concave cap and you will directly understand how the shape didn’t allow for horizontal 3D printed layers.:)

 

https://www.sculpteo.com

Ethereal Halo 5D printer

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Ethereal Halo is world’s first 5 axis CNC printer. We know 3d printing and 4D printing but now we have 5D printer.

“All our earlier products were 3-axis machines,” says Mudda. “After building a sustainable business we wanted to up the ante to make a desktop scale 5-axis CNC machine. The existing ones were all really huge, and really costly, so we thought this was a good challenge.”

Mr. Mudda did explain about 5D printing, with conventional 3D printing] plastic gets melted and deposited layer by layer. But they’re just stacked, so if you put enough force on the Z-axis it’s going to break. That’s the biggest disadvantage of FDM printed, that’s why the importance of 5-axis. So imagine something like a concave shaped cap – it’s impossible to make with a regular 3D printer, because you’d need to build a lot of filler, and supports. But with a 5-axis since the bed itself is moving, it gives me the freedom to print however I want, [make] that kind of structure. Or a cylinder with fan blades, how do you do that with a regular 3D printer!!!!

 

3D Printing and more ( Jobs ) Sales Development Representative,  Embedded Systems Engineer (intern),   Research Analyst Requirement

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3D Printing and more ( Jobs ) Sales Development Representative,  Embedded Systems Engineer (intern),   Research Analyst Requirement


Vexma Technologies


GUJARAT, INDIA.

 

1  Sales Development Representative,

2   Embedded Systems Engineer (intern)

3   Research Analyst Requirement

info@vexmatech.com