Why invest in 3D printing?
Cheaply and safely
With 3D printing, you can print anything from food to a boat or a house immediately, flexibly, cheaply and safely.
3D printing technology is helping to improve productivity in almost every industry, reducing production times, streamlining supply chains, while exponentially reducing costs.
It can be used for many different applications. Examples of 3D printing include consumer products (furniture, shoes, jewellery, etc.), industrial products (prototypes, tools, etc.), prostheses, car and even aircraft parts, dental prostheses, architectural models, reconstruction of forensic evidence, and even food.
It is a truly revolutionary technology that is still in its infancy, so its growth potential is exponential.
How do we invest in 3D printing?
We have selected the most relevant companies and investment vehicles worldwide to invest in 3D printing:
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News about 3D printing
3D bioprinting is a technology used to generate tissues and organs with the characteristics of human tissues. It has been developed in recent years thanks to advances in biotechnology and tissue engineering, but has generated a strong debate about its ethics, which has slowed its testing in humans.
3D printing technology has revolutionized many industries, making it a desired investment in many investment portfolios every day. What are the advantages of this technology for industries?
This type of technology has been adopted by Smart Cities, seeking to offer a better quality of life to their citizens, as well as to boost their development to become more competitive.
After becoming considerably popular, 3D printing has driven the evolution of numerous aspects such as medicine, which is already in constant change and now, unknown paths opened by 3D printing remain to be traversed.
New technologies allow humans to explore and expand the limits of what can be achieved. 3D printing is an example of this, as it has revolutionized many industries, including construction. With 3D Printing, new structures are being planned on a daily basis and as an investor, it becomes an attractive and modern investment option.
Mass production presents a variety of challenges for society in the 21st century, both in terms of the relationship with the well-being of the environment and with the sustainability of the supply chain in relation to the demands of consumers: the world's population is growing every day and, with it, their needs for products and services.
Although it still sounds novel today, the truth is that the 3D printing industry has been developing for some time and is apparently reaching a certain boom period in the wake of the pandemic.
Computer-aided printing, or simply 3D printing, has represented a solution for the field of design in all its branches. Thanks to this technology, the old techniques, practically handmade, have been replaced to produce prototypes of designs and scale models, even finished products for sale.