Over the past 30 years, additive manufacturing, also referred to as 3D printing, has advanced significantly. Geometrically integrated three-dimensional smart structures with sensors, actuators, and electronics are anticipated to be one of the applications for next-generation 3D printing.
Even though there are many sophisticated commercially accessible 3D printing materials and techniques, it is still challenging to actually 3D print smart buildings with them.
Sensors have been hybrid 3D printed and/or placed into 3D printed structures in a number of recent ways for 3D printing them for varied uses. There are numerous difficulties with using 3D printing for sensors in real applications, including manufacturing sensing components, conductors, and insulators, as well as connecting other devices.
Recent innovations in 3D printed sensor research and development will be the main topic of this Special Issue. On 3D printing techniques, materials, and applications, new development and measurement are encouraged.
Interest-related subjects include, but are not restricted to: sensors that are 3D printed and/or integrated into 3D printed structures that can sense pressure, humidity, temperature, gas, acceleration, displacement, force, and color.
innovative or hybrid 3D printing techniques.novel polymers, metals, and composites for 3D printing. research on 3D printed sensor characterization. application of commercial 3D printers for specialized sensing. Review of sensors manufactured via 3D printing.
GLOBAL 3D PRINTING SENSOR MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST
The Global 3D printing sensor market accounted for $XX Billion in 2022 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2023 to 2030.
NEW PRODUCT LAUNCH
Launches New Products to Lead 3D Printing sensor Innovation by 3D Systems. Through a variety of new products and alliances, 3D Systems intends to hasten innovation in additive manufacturing.
The leading provider of 3D printing solutions unveiled revolutionary 3D printing workflows, production-grade light-activated resin that is perfect for automotive components, better AM software, and new high-throughput 3D printing technologies.
The development of 3D printing technology in recent years has opened up a wide range of new opportunities. Additionally, major 3D printer manufacturers, like 3D Systems, raise the potential of their technologies and add value to a burgeoning community of AM users by enhancing innovations and deepening interactions with startups.
The business is launching a next-generation selective laser sintering process as part of its growth strategy that integrates 3D Systems’ new SLS 380, 3D Sprint plastic AM software.
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