The disruptive nature of 3D printing

4DPrintEN is a transnational project involving leading companies and public institutions from the technological and R&D sector, such as Bucharest National Institute of Physics of Materials (NIMP), All Green, Intelectro, Izertis, the Technical University Gheorghe Asachi of Iasi and Idonial technological center, who collaborate together in order to provide solutions to the problem, increasingly worrying, of global energy scarcity.

According to the European Commission, 3D printing’s ability and advantages over traditional manufacturing open plenty of opportunities for verticals, spanning from product design and development, customization service, to restructuring of supply chain for higher efficiency.

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