3D printing ‘could be worth $1tn by 2020’, predicts HP executive
3D printing held the greatest potential of all the sectors HP is targeting
The industrial use of 3D printing could be worth $1 trillion by 2020, according to estimates from tech giant Hewlett-Packard.
Nick Lazaridis, president of HP EMEA, told The Sunday Business Post that 3D printing held the greatest potential of all the sectors that the PC and printer maker was targeting.
“We talk about our core market being $400 billion of available market, that’s everything in print and PC. When we talk about the future, growth markets, that’s...
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