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By Design News Staff | May 26, 2022
The additive manufacturing industry is certainly adding up. According to the organizers of Rapid + TCT, the market has reached nearly $12.6 billion.
Wayne Davey, global head of 3D printing solutions go-to-market for HP, shared some achievements as he spoke during the Rapid + TCT keynote session, "The 'Glocal' Future of American Manufacturing."
"Here in Detroit, we can appreciate the full potential of additive manufacturing to disrupt industries as the automotive industry continues to push the limits of additive manufacturing. In addition to automotive, we are seeing sustained adoption in healthcare, consumer, and industrial." HP is investing to help "additive manufacturing production at scale become a reality for your business," he told the audience. "We are seeing key trends emerge across customers who are scaling to true 3D production and we are building on these trends."
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