Made in China 2025

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China’s latest Five-Year Plan, dubbed “ Made in China 2025 ,” aims to modernize its manufacturing sector , transforming it into an innovative, high-quality, high-technology global competitor within a decade. Manufacturing Made in China 2025By Catherine Bolgar.

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Analysts predict 3D printing market to grow to $7 billion by 2025

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According to Dr Jon Harrop, Director, IDTechEx, the global market for 3D printing should reach at least $7 billion by 2025. By 2025, most of the market value in 3D printing will be from applications that are not commercially available today.

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GE Transportation to introduce 250 3D printed locomotive parts by 2025

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According to reports in UK rail industry authority the Railway Gazette GE is looking to apply additive manufacturing to components for its locomotives.

3D printing part of Epson’s $14.9 billion 2025 revenue strategy

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Japan-based Seiko Epson Corporation has announced that it will be moving into 3D printing as part of its Vision 2025 Strategy to make sales revenue to grow by 50% from 2016. It was also announced that Epson’s dual-arm robotics embedded and artificial intelligence (AI) business would be expanding. The company, well known for its 2D […]. Business Epson Hirooka Japan Minoru Usui Moveiro BT-2200 Moveiro BT-350 Moverio

Next Steps: 5 Predictions Driving the Footwear Industry by 2025

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Last week was a huge week in both the $350B footwear industry and the 3D printing materials industries, when two companies I admire and respect, sports powerhouse Adidas and 3D molecular science. View the entire article via our website. 3D Printing Business Editorials / Opinions 3d printed apparel 3D printed footwear 3d printed shoes Adidas adidas futurecraft shoe Carbon footwear industry analysis nike Wiivv

Middle East 3D Printing Materials Market Revenue to Reach US$ 551.3 Mn by 2025

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Future Market Insights (FMI) delivers key insights on the Middle East 3D printing materials market in its upcoming outlook titled, “3D Printing Materials Market: Middle East Industry Analysis and Opportunity Assessment, 2015 – 2025”.

Where is the 4D Printing Market Headed? — Report Says $555.6M Annually by 2025

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It’s called 4D printing, and it represents a radical shift in rapid prototyping where multi-material capable prints make use of embedded design to transform from one shape to another via functionality which is built... View the entire article via our website. 3D Design 3D Printing Business 3d systems 4d printing autodesk exone hewlett packard MarketsandMarkets MIT self-assembly lab organovo Skylar Tibbits stratasys

The Dubai 3D Printing Strategy: Will Print Teeth in Minutes, Make Prosthetics for $110 by 2025

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It’s simple: Dubai wants to lead the world in 3D printing. And boy, do they have a plan. While many have vague goals and hopes as they see a bright future for the technology in their countries, View the entire article via our website.

Sositar Mould Company Embraces 3D Printing Alongside Complementary Technologies

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A couple of years ago, the Chinese government announced the Made in China 2025 initiative, which would focus on upgrading the Chinese manufacturing industry over the coming decade with an emphasis on. 3D Printing Business Exclusive Interviews Sponsored china injection molding Made in China 2025 prototyping RSPro RSPro 450 Sositar Mould Company UnionTech

China state Action Plan aims to make 3D printing worth $3 billion by 2020

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This Action Plan, which forms part of “Made in China 2025” strategic roadmap for the country’s manufacturing […]. Business Additive Manufacturing Industry Development Action Plan America Makes CSIRO Made in China 2025 MIIT Ministry of Industry and Information Technology Xi Jinping

Chinese C919 commercial airplane takes maiden flight with 3D printed components

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3D Printing 3D printing COMAC BLT C919 3D printing CFM COMAC GE Aviation LEAP LEAP 1C Made in China Made in China 2025 Shanghai Pudong International Airport Xi'an Bright Laser TechnologiesThe first C919, a Chinese built commercial aircraft, has taken off on its maiden flight from Shanghai Pudong International Airport. The C919 was developed by the.

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Mass production – is 3D printing up to the supply-chain challenge?

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Lim Made in China Made in China 2025 supply chain University of Exeter University of Nottingham University of Nottingham Ningbo ChinaTrends in additive manufacturing for end-use production was a recent in-depth look at what some see as the the next phase of 3D printing. 3D printed sneakers, custom-fit insoles, clothing and toys – commercial 3D printing – are often the subject of hype surrounding 3D printing’s integration into the supply chain.

UK Additive Manufacturing National Strategy 2018-25 published

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Insights Advanced Manufacturing Fund AM UK America Makes BAE Systems Dr. Paul Unwin Dyson Fraunhofer Additive Manufacturing Alliance GKN Aerospace Services GlaxoSmithKline high value manufacturing Made in China 2025 Make In India MTC National Additive Manufacturing Cluster National Technology Initiative Rapid Product Development Association RenishawAM UK, an independent, government-backed collaboration, has published a new Additive Manufacturing National Strategy.

Chinese Studio Replicates Ancient Art Through 3D Printing

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3D Design 3D Printed Art 3D Printing 3d printed art 3d printed artifacts 3d printed figurines 3d printed museum artifacts 3D printed replicas 3d printing in museums china Made in China 2025 Xian Chizi Digital TechnologyIt’s really quite remarkable what 3D printing is capable of in the art world. Talented artists are using the technology to create works of art the likes of which have never been seen before, View the entire article via our website.

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China Develops New Metal 3D Printing Technology, Combining Old and New Manufacturing Techniques

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3D Printers 3D Printing Metal 3D Printing china Huazhong University of Science and Technology hybrid 3d printer intelligent micro casting and forging Made in China 2025 Micro Forging & Casting Sync Composite DeviceThere have been a lot of interesting developments in additive manufacturing coming out of China recently – in the areas of architecture, in space travel, in medicine, and even in environmental. View the entire article via our website.

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China Expected to Surpass United States in 3D Printer Sales in 2016

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3D Printers 3D Printing Business 3d printers china 3d printing china china International Data Corporation Made in China 2025We’ve been following the rise of 3D printing in China for a while now. The growth of the industry has been nothing short of meteoric. 3D printing began to gain popularity in 2014, with the. View the entire article via our website.

China's First Large Commercial Passenger Jet, Featuring 3D Printed Metal Parts, Makes Successful Maiden Flight

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3D Printing News Briefs: August 1, 2017

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We’ve got a lot of 3D printing business news to cover in the first August edition of 3D Printing News Briefs, and then we’ll move on to 3D printing materials and some gaming news. Sigma. View the entire article via our website.

Rolls-Royce Advance3 engine to “pioneer” aerospace with 3D printing and advanced materials

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The Advance3 engine will form the core of the company’s UltraFan engine design, scheduled for launch in 2025. Rolls-Royce has announced that 3D printing is leading the way for the next generation of aircraft engines. The Advance3 engine uses 3D printing, or Additive Layer Manufacturing (ALM), to make some of the 20,000 components. Also included […]. Aerospace Advance3 Rolls Royce Rolls-Royce Advance3

DARPA to Propel 3D Printing Manufacturing By Improving The Understanding of The Processes & Materials Involved

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We are now situated somewhere in the middle of the year 2025. Step into your time machines and travel a decade into the future. The face of manufacturing has changed drastically from the techniques... View the entire article via our website. 3D Printing 3D Printing Materials darpa darpa 3d printing darpa best practices darpa open manufacturing program metal 3d printing

25% of Dubai Buildings Should Be 3D Printed by 2030, Says Ruler

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The value of 3D printing technology based construction sector in Dubai is expected to be about AED3 billion by 2025 while in the medical products sector, the focus will be on developing 3D printed teeth, bones, artificial organs and medical and surgical devices and hearing aids.

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HeyGears wearables to build $148.8 million 3D printing R&D facility in China

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The facility will contribute to the “Made in China 2025” intiative launched by the Chinese government to internationally promote the nation’s industrial and […]. Wearable technology company HeyGears is reportedly investing the equivalent of $148.8 million USD (1 billion Chinese Yuan) into building a 3D printing R&D facility for the Foshan district of Guangdong, southeast China.

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Smile! Meet the 3D printer churning out teeth, nerves and gums for dentists

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In August 2014, research firm IDTechEx claimed that the dental and medical market for 3D printers will expand to $867m (£523m) by 2025, although it suggested that if “bio-printing” pieces of skin, liver and kidney becomes a commercial reality, the market could be several times that size.

Rise of 3D Printing Factories and a Future without Work

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In 2014 Pew Research surveyed 1,896 technology professionals and economists and found a split in opinions: 48 percent of them believed that new technologies would displace more jobs than they would create by the year 2025, while 52 percent maintained that they would not.

Can We Trust the Internet of Things to Protect Us?

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It’s 6 am on Monday 1 October 2025. From self-driving cars to smart pills that measure our health from the inside, the internet in 2025 has become a custodian of our health and safety.

Companion Diagnostics (CDx) Market is Likely to Grow at a CAGR of 21.38%

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It is further expected to grow by 2025 at a CAGR of 21.38% and is expected to reach $4.1

Announcing “Civil Design for Fabrication”

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By 2025, the global population will reach 8.1 Civil engineering and infrastructure construction professionals can now engage in more collaborative, productive and accurate design of roads, bridges, tunnels, railways, highways, dams or other major infrastructure.

3D printing a new reality

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And if it can’t now, it will soon, by 2025. The current limitations of many 3D printing machines, including build size, speed, material availability, will be solved sometime around 2025, claims Hornick. What if the 3D printer could print anything?,

Dubai aims to produce artificial limbs at $109

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Dubai Health Authority (DHA) has begun creating a 3D printing strategy for medical services where Dubai will take the initiative to produce artificial limbs for less than Dh400 ($109) using 3D printing by 2025. billion by 2025. “To DUBAI, 1 hours, 41 minutes ago.

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Trends in metal additive manufacturing

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Billion in 2025. Interest in metal additive manufacturing (AM) continues to grow. Some companies are making special efforts focused specifically on metal AM. For example, a number of powder producers are beginning to match powders with the end-use application, not just with particular print processes.

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Challenges in the Civil Design Process: A Global Perspective

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As reported in Capital Project and Infrastructure Spending: Outlook to 2025 , published by PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), infrastructure spending worldwide is expected to reach more than US$9 trillion per year by 2025, more than doubling from US$4 trillion in 2012.

Stratasys Demonstrates Industry Leadership in China at Shenzhen User Forum, Opens News Office

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The ‘Made in China 2025’ and ‘Grassroots Innovation and Entrepreneurship’ government initiatives have given the Chinese 3D printing industry a strong push, which leads to rapid adoption of 3D printing across China,” concluded Harry Wang , General Manager of Stratasys Greater China.

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Top 5 Challenges for Civil Infrastructure Projects in Emerging Markets

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Yet by 2025, that number is expected to jump closer to US $9 trillion, led in part by a global explosion of emerging markets. is 4 TRILLION USD, and will more than double by 2025″ In China in particular, civil infrastructure projects are booming.

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More robots coming to U.S. factories

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by 2025, BCG says. The cost to purchase and start up an advanced robotic spot welder has plunged from $182,000 in 2005 to $133,000 in 2014, with the price forecast to drop another 22% by 2025. By Paul Davidson, USA Today.

Robotics is MEGA-Trending

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According to the Boston Consulting Group, “The size of this coming wave of robotics is staggering: spending on robots worldwide is expected to jump from just over $15 billion in 2010 to about $67 billion by 2025. in 2025). All around the world there is a huge interest in robotics.

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What’s The Future of Manufacturing? An Expert View

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A recent World Economic Forum report predicted machines will perform a significant portion of manufacturing tasks by 2025, eliminating some 75 million jobs. By Cameron Wilson. Manufacturing is changing fast.

Lithium Mining and Electric Vehicles: Powering Innovation and a Greener Future

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By 2025, they plan to have 250,000 vehicle charging stations and 200 hydrogen fueling stations to fuel this growth. The future of transportation is increasingly greener, with jurisdictions around the world aiming to significantly grow the number of electric vehicles traversing the streets.

The latest advance in 3D printing: replacement teeth

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According to research firm IDTechEx, the dental and medical market for 3D printers could grow in size to $867m by 2025. Bacteria-fighting plastic could be the future of dentistry. This dental replica was made using a 3D printer.

FABTECH Partners Invest in Workforce Development

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RUN4MFG 5K raises funds for industry education and scholarships. The future of manufacturing is changing to meet the growing economic and technology innovations—the greatest industry change in more than 100 years. Globally, manufacturing accounts for 12.5 million industry jobs, or 8.5%

GM to Produce 20 New Electric Cars by 2023

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Industry analysts, such as Navigant Research , have predicted that approximately 4% of vehicles sold worldwide in 2025 will be battery-electric. By Charles Murray, DesignNews. Future GM battery-electric vehicles will include coupes, sedans, crossovers, SUVs and possibly even pickup trucks.

Wearable Sensors Make Workplaces Safer

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The number of wearable sensors is expected to reach three billion by 2025. By Catherine Bolgar. Millions of people world-wide wear devices to track their activity, heart rate and sleep.

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Army Eyes 3-D Printed Food for Soldiers

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But according to military scientists and 3-D experts, these meals for soldiers are on track to be ready by 2025. Army researchers will try to find ways to 3-D print nutritious food with less heavy packaging than the current military meals.

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Material advances in metal 3D printing

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IDTechEx, for example, said that 3D printing of metals for the 2015–2025 timeframe will grow at a 32% rate. Materials have always been key to 3D printing success. But metal materials are enabling new designs as well as new mechanical properties. Leslie Langnau, Managing Editor.