New Innovative Materials for 3D printing
3D printing implementation has been rapidly growing in the Middle East. The impact of 3D printing can be clearly seen in the healthcare products, which are made more sophisticated to attract tourists. 3D designs and printers have also been used to produce better dental implants.
Medical organizations and hospitals in the Middle East have also embraced the use of 3D printers a step that has led to many foreigners seeking medical attention from them. It is not only healthcare products that are benefiting from 3D in the Middle East, wearable accessories and consumer electronics also enjoy the use of 3D printing. Food and beverage makers also have implemented the use of 3D printing with chocolate being considered as a suitable product for 3D printing.
The Future of 3D Printing in the Middle East
The study that Future Market Insight conducted recently shows that materials made from 3D have high chances of getting more clients with their compound annual growth rate expected to go up by 15 percent by 2025.
The new finding in market growth rates is a motivator to Middle East engineers to explore many other options of 3D printing. A lot has not been done on this new technology, and the Middle East cannot say that they have got it 100 percent right. There are many materials that still need to be tested with 3D printing, and every other material is viable for 3D printing test.
Latest 3D Printing Projects
3D printing industry globally is going to benefit from the 3D graphene greatly. Massachusetts Institute of Technology researchers are working around the clock to ensure that the 3D graphene functions better than the 2D graphene. The production of 3D graphene should be under all suitable methods but also kept cost effective for it to do better than copper in conducting electricity and stronger than steel.
The other good news from MIT is that a section of its researchers is working to come up with a 3D printing material that is self-transforming. The 3D graphene is expected to bring lots of advantages to the Middle East construction industry. The consumer goods industry is also projected to go a notch higher due to the introduction of shape-shifting materials. The new technology in 3D printing will lead to the introduction of other materials that will be able to change to other shapes despite being made into the final product.