The aerospace 3D printing momentum

When it comes to aerospace 3D printing, the ability to reduce the overall weight of an aircraft is at the core of stakes. 

Despite some hindrances related to stringent regulatory norms, that can prevent the mass adoption of 3D printing manufacturing technology into the widespread commercial aviation applications, it is clear that, the growth of the global aerospace 3D printing market is primarily driven by the increasing global demand for lightweight parts and components that can substantiate the need for operating a fuel-efficient aircraft.

Technavio expects that the global aerospace 3D printing market will represent a CAGR of 55.85%, reaching USD 660.94 million by 2020 from USD 71.89 million in 2015.

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