Market Size of 3D Printing
The global 3D printing market was valued at $4,164.2 million in 2014, and is projected to reach $44,393.1 million by 2025, registering a CAGR of 21.8% from 2019 to 2025. North America was the highest contributor to the global market, with $1,728.1 million in 2014, and is estimated to reach $16,838.3 million by 2025, registering a CAGR of 20.8% during the forecast period.(Source : AlliedMarketResearch).
So What does 3d Printing have to offer?
- It allows reduction of errors
- Reduction in development cost and time and
- Ability to produce customized product
Kawasaki KX450 3D
After NOWLAB and 3D printer manufacturer, BigRep hadbuilt up the world’s first completely 3D printed and useful e-bike, the NERA. Also Bugatti creates 3-D titanium break caliper.Kawasaki KX450 3D model breaks the cover.The 3D Core comes from this profound love and from the idea that everything becomes animated .This bike communicates, by and by, its creativity through an extremely cautious complex research and utilization of imaginative and irregular development procedures in this field.
The 3D center, front and back bumpers and the number plate, the 3D printer is utilized in the manufacture of such radiator cover, and a shading with profundity by covering parts. To every part, for example, brake and suspension exposed to shading ring of red and blue that speaks to the corridor and vein, was the one point of the dark scheme of paint. Features in red fuel tank that has been set in the system, this is seen that has turned into a center ,the core of this work.
Line is “standard”, returned to with edge system; this time the thing that matters it is made by 3D printing, acknowledged with HP multi fly combination innovation by Skorpion Engineering, on account of which the capacity to make diverse layers and a genuine “open heart” is possessed. 3D laser handling, anodizing, painting and extraordinary parts total the bicycle and upgrade the idea of outrageous research.
- Moto: Kawasaki KX 450 2019
- Idea: Alvaro Dal Farra
- Concept and Design: Codoro Studio
- Meccanico: Andrea Casagrande
- 3D Printing: Skorpion Engireening
- Laser Engraving: Piazza Rosa
- Anodizing: Dedo Racing
- Painting: Carrozzeria De Bona Paolo e Michele Battistin
- Exhaust: Officine Zard
- Components, bolts: Lightech
- Seat Cover: Blackbird Racing
- Brakes Disks: Braking
- Transmission: SunStar
- Tyres: Dunlop
- Plastics: Rtech
- Oils: Essex
- Trimming: Tm Suspensions – Tiziano Monti
- Piston, engine components: Athena/Get
- Clutch: STM Italy
- Special Parts: Logica Motocross
- Wheels: Kite parts
- Video e foto: Cristopher Breda
- Direttore video e foto: Codoro Studio
- Comunicazione e Web: Marco Resenterra
Source : Lulop