McKinsey: 3D Printing Could Change Just about Everything

3D printing could be worth $550 billion a year by 2025. That’s the view expressed by McKinsey Global Research. And it is going to alter the whole business of manufacturing — and have (potentially) an enormous impact on the graphite market. As my colleague Alessandro Bruno reported recently, Lomiko Metals’ partner has filed a patent application to use graphene-enhanced material in 3D printing, the revolutionary technology involving the creation of three-dimensional, solid objects from a digital file, of virtually any shape. As Alessandro pointed out, the possibilities for 3D printing “seem endless and range from sensors to pasta, sweets, bras, Lego bricks, dentures and even weapons“. Click here to read the full article.  Published by: Investor INTEL 

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