Fourth eBook in AM Focus 2020 Series Provides Unique Insights into 3D Printing with Technical Ceramics, Composites, Advanced Polymers and Refractory Metals
London, UK, April, 29th, 2020: 3dpbm, a leading provider of high-quality news, analysis and specialized content for the additive manufacturing space is excited and proud to present the fourth edition of the company’s AM Focus eBook series. This latest publication spotlights a far-reaching and fascinating topic within the additive manufacturing industry: Advanced Materials .
The latest edition of the AM Focus 2020 Series addresses the cutting edge of additive manufacturing materials today: technical ceramics, continuous fiber-filled composites, refractory metals and high-performance polymers. 3dpbm sees this group as creating numerous opportunities across the aerospace, automotive, defense, medical, electronics and dental industries, among others.
Comprising over 50 pages, this eBook provides an analysis of the advanced materials landscape —with market insights from leading industry analyst group SmarTech Analysis—as well as a glimpse into the work of some of the leading companies in ceramics and advanced composites. Special features zoom in on segment leaders and pioneers such as 3DCERAM SINTO, 9T Labs and Lithoz. These companies, like most that work in advanced materials for AM, are driven by innovation and have a unique vision for the future of additive. The eBook also addresses many of the most relevant materials and AM hardware companies that are pushing the boundaries of ceramics, composites, refractory metals and advanced polymers.
Ceramics companies include 3DCERAM, ExOne, Lithoz, voxeljet and XJet. Composites companies include 9T Labs, Anisoprint, Arevo and Markforged. Refractory metal companies include HC Starck, Heraeus and LPW/Carpenter Technology. High-performance polymer companies include EOS, OPM, Roboze, SABIC, Solvay and Stratasys.
“We at 3dpbm have been eagerly following the progress of advanced materials in additive manufacturing for several years, and we are pleased to put the segment in the spotlight in a new, reader-friendly way,” commented 3dpbm’s Editor in Chief Tess Boissonneault. “We expect this to be one of our most exhaustive publications on this topic to date and are already looking forward to the next eBook edition, which will focus on sustainability in 3D printing, another topic we—and the AM industry at large—care very much about.”
3dpbm’s eBook can be viewed or downloaded on the 3dpbm website via the following link . To maintain an open discourse and open access to AM news, the publication is free to access.
Previous 3dpbm eBook editions include:
● Consumer AM Focus 2020 eBook
● Medical AM Focus 2020 eBook
● Automotive AM Focus 2020 eBook
Companies interested in collaborating on future AM Focus 2020 eBooks may contact 3dpbm for further details.