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The 3D Printing & Additive Manufacturing in the Aerospace & Defence market highlights on the major market players include Arcam Group, Renishaw, 3D Systems, EnvisionTEC, VoxelJet AG, SLM Solutions, EOS e-Manufacturing Solutions, ExOne, Sciaky Inc, Optomec and Stratasys covering the market size and growth rates based on current and historical data.

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The 3D Printing & Additive Manufacturing in the Aerospace & Defence market is divided into product type which includes the revenue, price, production, growth rate and market share for each of its product types.

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Metals Material

The 3D Printing & Additive Manufacturing in the Aerospace & Defence market is divided into end users which also focuses on the market size, sales volume, growth rate and market stake for of the end users.

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The 3D Printing & Additive Manufacturing in the Aerospace & Defence market include major geographical regions that includes The Middle East, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Africa, North America, Latin America and Oceanian Sub-Region.

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– What will be the 3D Printing & Additive Manufacturing in the Aerospace & Defence market feasibility, growth rate, and market size over the forecast period?

– What are the significant market tendencies influencing 3D Printing & Additive Manufacturing in the Aerospace & Defence growth?

– What are the key 3D Printing & Additive Manufacturing in the Aerospace & Defence opportunities, and challenges confronted?

– Who are the major competitors and major 3D Printing & Additive Manufacturing in the Aerospace & Defence business partners?

– What are the threats faced by the 3D Printing & Additive Manufacturing in the Aerospace & Defence competitive market?

The 3D Printing & Additive Manufacturing in the Aerospace & Defence market represents the ongoing marketing trends, that are faced by the market competitors, the ups and down in the global market. Moreover, programs involved, procedures, fundamentals, and ideas are executed in the 3D Printing & Additive Manufacturing in the Aerospace & Defence market research report. This will enable our readers to compare with other market players allowing them to take precise decision related to the 3D Printing & Additive Manufacturing in the Aerospace & Defence market enhancement in the future. Also, in addition to this, the information collated in the 3D Printing & Additive Manufacturing in the Aerospace & Defence market has been done through interviews, experts involvement, and various inventors of the 3D Printing & Additive Manufacturing in the Aerospace & Defence market.

The Global 3D Printing & Additive Manufacturing in the Aerospace & Defence Market report has been explained in 15 chapters

Chapter 1- Delivers the entire evaluation of the 3D Printing & Additive Manufacturing in the Aerospace & Defence market, market constraint, acquisitions, product categorization and mergers in case any.

Chapter 2- Compares the 3D Printing & Additive Manufacturing in the Aerospace & Defence pricing strategies, revenue structure, sales, raw materials and demand and supply of the key players in the competitive market.

Chapter 3- 3D Printing & Additive Manufacturing in the Aerospace & Defence market report reveals the profit and sales as per the region over the forecast period 2018-2023.

Chapter 4 and 5- The report highlights the leading 3D Printing & Additive Manufacturing in the Aerospace & Defence business enterprises in the upcoming regions including market size and along with advantages over the forecast period.

Chapter 6, 7, 8- visualizes the market scenario of the 3D Printing & Additive Manufacturing in the Aerospace & Defence leading countries in the region that contributes towards the sales and income in the market.

Chapter 9 and 10- Defines the 3D Printing & Additive Manufacturing in the Aerospace & Defence market through various segments which include product type, end users/ application, market players as well as geographical regions along with market size and growth rate.

Chapter 11 and 12- Explains the 3D Printing & Additive Manufacturing in the Aerospace & Defence market synopsis over the forecast period for each segment from 2017 to 2023.

Chapter 13, 14 and 15- Unveils various procedures and approaches involved in gathering the 3D Printing & Additive Manufacturing in the Aerospace & Defence information, through research findings, conclusion, assumptions, appendix and data sources.

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Table of Content of the Global 3D Printing & Additive Manufacturing in the Aerospace & Defence Market comprises the below points:

1. 3D Printing & Additive Manufacturing in the Aerospace & Defence Market Synopsis, Overview of market segment by cost breakdown along with upstream and downstream.

2. Regional 3D Printing & Additive Manufacturing in the Aerospace & Defence market description correlating the demand and supply tactics, competitive analysis and applications over the forecast.

3. 3D Printing & Additive Manufacturing in the Aerospace & Defence market geographical regions, marketing process, region wise and country wise their production forecast.

4. 3D Printing & Additive Manufacturing in the Aerospace & Defence market trends and strategies, manufacturing cost structure, gross margin scrutiny through various marketing channels.

5. 3D Printing & Additive Manufacturing in the Aerospace & Defence descriptive analysis of the market competitors and major market players profiles of companies, company profile, sales information, regional analysis for leading company.

6. 3D Printing & Additive Manufacturing in the Aerospace & Defence product type describing its market size, growth rate and market stability over the forecast.

7. 3D Printing & Additive Manufacturing in the Aerospace & Defence market outline SWOT and PESTEL analysis.

8. 3D Printing & Additive Manufacturing in the Aerospace & Defence Major Countries Import/Export scenario, and Consumption.

9. 3D Printing & Additive Manufacturing in the Aerospace & Defence Industry Forecast Analysis by 2023.

10. An outlook of the overall 3D Printing & Additive Manufacturing in the Aerospace & Defence market and key developing factors.

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3D Printing and Clay Bring Kennis & Kennis' Historic Reconstructions to Life

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The Kennis brothers at their studio in Arnhem, working on a model of a Neanderthal woman for the National Geographic Society. [Image: Alamy Stock Photo]

Just as forensic artists have used 3D printing to give unidentified murder victims a realistic face, archaeologists and researchers use the technology to provide faces for historical figures. Hominid palaeo-artists Adrie and Alfons Kennis, from Kennis & Kennis Reconstructions, are twin brothers from the Netherlands who specialize in palaeontological reconstructions. Together from their home studio, the two model makers are some of the best known sculptors of full early human reconstructions in Europe.

They’ve completed roughly 10 full-sized reconstructions so far, covering the highlights of human history – famous Australopithecus afarensis Lucy, Homo erectus, Neanderthal, and Homo sapiens Cheddar Man, with his pale blue eyes and dark hair and skin. This last, which is a model of an early Briton, caused some uproar because it turned the idea that humans adapted to having paler skin after entering Europe 45,000 years ago on its head.

(L-R) Adrie and Alfons Kennis pose with their full face reconstruction model, made from the skull of a 10,000 year old man, known as ‘Cheddar Man’ [Image: AFP]

What brings the controversy is how the Kennis brothers make their models expressive and animated, which makes them seem more human.

“If we have to make a reconstruction, we always want it to be a fascinating one, not some dull white dummy that’s just come out of the shower,� said Adrie Kennis.

Neanderthal woman and child. [Image: Kennis & Kennis Reconstructions]

Each full-sized reconstruction takes half a year, starting with rebuilding the skeleton through 3D printing and computer scans and fossils. Once the completed skeleton is suspended with wire cables, silicone cartilage is added between the vertebrae to make the spine flexible.

Kennis said, “We use a kind of paraffin wax clay to sculpt the muscles, and we make arteries using small ropes which lie over the muscles.�

They wrap layers of a different sort of clay around the reconstruction to serve as a skin, and then make a mold to replicate it in silicone.

“We do five layers of silicone to make the skin colour, because real skin is translucent,� explained Kennis.

The brothers work hard to make their sculptures accurate, but also to give them a sense of individuality.

To achieve this, they keep up on the latest information regarding the human and Neanderthal pelvis, then bring their knowledge into life by rebuilding skeletons and musculature for each sculpture they work on. DNA testing advances give them the ability to add specific genetic traits, such as Cheddar Man’s blue eyes and dark, curly hair.

“Many people were surprised by his dark skin, but for us, it was not a big surprise,� said Kennis. “At least three other hunter-gatherer skeletons have been found in Europe from around the same time, and DNA tests show they all have that strange combination of dark skin and blue eyes.�

(L-R): Homo sapiens and a Neanderthal man. [Image: Kevin Webb, The Natural History Museum, London]

The two are also amateur anthropologists, influenced by both the fossilized skulls themselves and modern tribal people from more primitive societies. Understanding the different forms of adaptations different populations have developed to live in their unique cultures and environmental conditions is important to the pair’s work in reconstructing lifelike resemblances. This is why their 3D printed models many times have tribal tattoos, interesting hairstyles, and more modern poses.

Kennis said, “We bring it to the museum, and many times the museum directors are shocked, because they find it too extreme, too alien.�

Early European man: his DNA is 9% Neanderthal. [Image: Kennis & Kennis Reconstructions]

But, their gift for giving the models personalities through facial expressions – which can take up to a full month – helps with the shock.

“There are some things the skull can’t tell you. You never know how much fat someone had around their eyes, or the thickness of the lips, or the exact position and shape of the nostrils,� said Kennis.

I remember going to museums as a child and thinking how boring the models were because they themselves looked bored; I was always ready to move on to animals or artwork. But Kennis models actually allow museum-goers to look at the past with a little more familiarity, even if they are initially shocked by how…well, human, the models appear.

Speaking of shock, two reconstructions the brothers completed for the Natural History Museum (NHM) London demonstrate the differences between early humans and Neanderthals. They kept the models nude and in a relaxed pose, so people could see the anatomical differences between them.

“We like to keep them naked because then you can see the features clearly: the Neanderthals were short with big hands and a broad pelvis, the first Homo sapiens were very slender,� Kennis explained.

“Chris Stringer, the head of anthropology at the NHM, gets emails all the time, usually from fathers, saying it’s scandalous that his daughter had to see a naked guy in the museum. It’s always parents that make the problems.�

Adrie and Alfons Kennis with their model of Ötzi the iceman. [Image: AFP, Getty Images]

One model is from the more recent past – Ötzi the Iceman, created for the South Tyrol Museum of Archaeology in Italy in 2011, lived in the Tyrolese mountains 5-6,000 years ago. Ötzi was mummified in ice, which meant the brothers could learn more about him, such as his age and overall physique.

“His skull has an underbite, and his face points downwards: not a pretty face,� Kennis said.

“We did some research around the village where he was found, and many people thought he was young and handsome – a Johnny Weissmuller kind of guy. You should have seen how disappointed they were when they saw our reconstruction.�

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Industry 4.0, industrial robots & 3D printing are on the cusp of changing how manufacturing is done

We love predictions. We love the way they create awe-inspiring futures that we either welcome with great anticipation or fear with crippling horror. The bigger and bolder, the better. If it’s the future, it undoubtedly will be spectacular.

I still remember sitting in Mr. Carls’ fifth-grade class at St. Patrick Grade School when he informed us all that we would be alive in the year 2000. We all gasped and marveled at a time so distant, when summers would surely last forever and bubble gum would be free. Oh, how lucky we would be to live in the year 2000.

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Now that we’ve chugged past Y2K, not to mention the uneventful slide right through the end of the Mayan calendar in 2012, we seem to have steered clear of destruction and are headed straight toward a future of flying self-driven cars (finally!) and underwater coastal cities, thanks to the rising oceans as the polar ice caps melt. The future has never loomed larger.

Data and communication are sure to play a huge role in that future. There’s no limit to the power of information and the algorithms and artificial intelligence that can turn it into actionable heroics. A recent report, “Industry 4.0 Demands the Co-Evolution of Workers and Manufacturing Operations,” penned by Dr. Irene Petrick, market innovation director, and Dr. Faith McCreary, principal engineer, Internet-of-Things Group at Intel, indicates that Industry 4.0 and the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) are quickly altering how products are manufactured. But, according to authors, who collected information from 145 manufacturing professionals, “When we envision intelligent factories of the future, we often put technology in a starring role, but technology alone will not ensure a successful transition to an intelligent factory.â€� The success of that transition is in the hands of factory personnel.

“Fully 98% of the workers who participated believed that they had direct or indirect influence over technology adoption and implementation decisions. These individuals are potential allies in the path to the future, if only we can harness their interest in change,� according to the report.

As many employees fear the impact of technology, futurists see a different path. The London School of Economics (LSE) published a study entitled, “Robots at Work,� on the use of industrial robots. “Productivity has improved by around 15% due to industrial robots,� said Guy Michaels, LSE’s head of research. “At the same time, the proportion of low-skilled labor dropped, and pay increased slightly. Industrial robots don’t have any significant impact on the number of employees overall.�

A recent study by the Centre for European Economic Research on behalf of the German Federal Ministry for Education and Research revealed similar findings in the country with the world’s third-densest industrial robot workforce. The number of people employed in Germany reached 44 million in 2017, the highest figure since reunification (Figure 1). And the rapid spread of industrial robots hasn’t made a dent in employment figures.

“The modernization of production shifts hazardous, unhealthy and monotonous work to the machines,� explains Junji Tsuda, president of the International Federation of Robotics. “In the vast majority of cases, only certain activities of a job are automated and not the entire spectrum of an employee’s work.�

As much as big data and industrial robots may change manufacturing, 3D printing could make an even bigger ripple, with its localized production and batch-of-one capabilities. No one knows what lies in store, but, like death and taxes, technology is inevitable. Buckle up. Here comes the future.

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Chapter 2, to analyze the Manufacturing Cost Structure, Raw Material and Suppliers, Manufacturing Process, Industry Chain Structure;
Chapter 3, to display the Technical Data and Manufacturing Plants Analysis of , Capacity and Commercial Production Date, Manufacturing Plants Distribution, Export & Import, R&D Status and Technology Source, Raw Materials Sources Analysis;
Chapter 4, to show the Overall Market Analysis, Capacity Analysis (Company Segment), Sales Analysis (Company Segment), Sales Price Analysis (Company Segment);
Chapter 5 and 6, to show the Regional Market Analysis that includes China, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, India, Southeast Asia & Australia, 3D Printing for Medical & Pharmaceuticals Segment Market Analysis (by Type);
Chapter 7 and 8, to analyze the 3D Printing for Medical & Pharmaceuticals Segment Market Analysis (by Application [Electron Beam Melting (EBM), Stereolithography & Droplet Deposition Manufacturing]) Major Manufacturers Analysis;
Chapter 9, Market Trend Analysis, Regional Market Trend, Market Trend by Product Type [Surgical Guides, Implants, Surgical Instruments & Bioengineering], Market Trend by Application [Electron Beam Melting (EBM), Stereolithography & Droplet Deposition Manufacturing];
Chapter 10, Regional Marketing Type Analysis, International Trade Type Analysis, Supply Chain Analysis;
Chapter 11, to analyze the Consumers Analysis of Asia-Pacific 3D Printing for Medical & Pharmaceuticals by region, type and application ;
Chapter 12, to describe 3D Printing for Medical & Pharmaceuticals Research Findings and Conclusion, Appendix, methodology and data source;
Chapter 13, 14 and 15, to describe 3D Printing for Medical & Pharmaceuticals sales channel, distributors, traders, dealers, Research Findings and Conclusion, appendix and data source.

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