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What will be the development of 3D printing technology in 2019?
Core hints :By 2019, consumers will be interacting with technology in new and exciting ways that will have an impact on our cooking, cleaning, driving, work and life. But for those of us interested in the technology industry, the outlook for 2019 is brighter, but mor

Release date:2019-01-15

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 By 2019, consumers will be interacting with technology in new and exciting ways that will have an impact on our cooking, cleaning, driving, work and life. But for those of us interested in the technology industry, the outlook for 2019 is brighter, but more uncertain. In the case of 3D printing, I think 2019 will be a watershed in the 3D printing market, which will affect the lives of all of us. What really changes the rules of the game in 2019 is not what technology will do, but how it will be formed. Here are three examples:
Break speed and functional bottlenecks
In 2019 we will see a wide range of applications for high-speed 3D printing. This is the new frontier of addition manufacturing, and it has already appeared. Today, there are some very cost-effective products on the market, printing speed is about 40 times that of ordinary 3D printers. These "boxed factories" are perfect for printing machine parts, prototypes, and production tools.
More importantly, in 2019 we will see the electrification and geometric mainstreaming of embedded electronic devices. After all, there is no reason why the metal and plastic components of fast 3D printing should not be functional and intelligent. There will soon be about 50 billion networked devices on the market. These products require sensors, antennas and packaging technology, and 3D printing electronics will be reduced from a few days to several hours in the traditional design and development process.
Artificial intelligence drive design
Generative design is the ultimate thought that breaks the convention. In this case, the box of human thought will not be limited. This model allows 3D printers to be deformed and optimized faster, which not only saves money, but also improves scalability and efficiency, while consuming less energy and enhancing the form and function of 3D printing.
In 2019, design will no longer be limited by human experience. In fact, the design of objects has evolved, mimicking nature in terms of complexity and iteration, and generative design is replicating human characteristics. For example, there are now more seemingly natural techniques for growing teeth.
As I recently told Forbes writer Jier·pulaisi: "Designers will simply set out the design goals and material parameters, and the rest of the work will be done by artificial intelligence technology. You can explore an almost infinite design arrangement based on existing design concepts. "
Tariffs, borders and shipping are less important
In the next few years, 3D printing technology will not only reduce tariffs, but also reduce the importance of the shipping industry. A more efficient manufacturing process would bypass the limits of international borders, significantly reduce consumer costs and make the manufacturing supply chain faster and easier to deploy.
We have already seen the first attempts at this transformation in the automotive industry, and I expect to see a rise in the complexity and availability of materials. The double-digit growth previously predicted by Sullivan in the aerospace industry will also spread to other industries.
4D Print: Starting in 2019
4D printing, as its pioneers defined, adds a time element to 3D printing. Why time? Because 4D products will continue to adapt themselves after production.
4D Printing uses advanced physical or biological materials, NanoEngineering, to respond to post-production triggers(such as water, heat, wind, light or other energy sources) by changing their shape or other characteristics, This has made it possible to create products with self-repair, self-assembly, and self-fear of compilation.
Yeah, it's a cool sci-fi scene. But this is not just a theoretical assumption. At MIT's self-assembly lab, for example, they are already producing prototypes and models. What will 4D print products look like? Imagine a warehouse filled with boxes that can be automatically folded and unfolded depending on the ambient temperature, or a large amount of IKEA furniture assembled in the sun. What about underground pipelines that can adapt to the needs of water and repair themselves when necessary? What else will fit into your ongoing activities or your environment?
Subversion has become the rule, not the exception, in an era of reinvention in all fields. In 2019 and beyond, the manufacturing of additional materials will become a new force to lift the veil of subversive internal operations. In other words, the changer of the game will be the powerful technological force behind the game.

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