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3D printing in Dental industry - Handbook of Innovations and Technologies (HIT)

The dental industry has become an aggressive target for development of new 3D printing techniques. Innovations for 3D printing in dental were first filed in 1984. Thereafter, the innovations have achieved a good pace. 3D printing is being used for making complex prosthetics, dental restorations, implants, orthodontic brackets, arch wires, aligners, retainers etc. with high degree of accuracy and precision. Digital scanning technologies in conjunction with 3D printing have made things convenient for the patient as well for the medical practitioner. Taking manual dental impressions of patient is time consuming and unpleasant for the patient. Digitization, technique to take intraoral scan of impressions and then converting the scan into 3D models, has avoided the manual effort for dental impressions as well as, improved accuracy in the process. The 3D model can then be used to manufacture the dental impressions. 3D Printing in dental industry is expected to reach USD 3 Billion by 2020. Key players in 3D printing in dental industry are 3M, Mitsui Chemicals, Align technology, Dentsply Sirona, Bego medical as these own maximum innovations (patents) for 3D printing in dental industry. Innovations for 3D printing in dental industry have been originating from United States, China and Germany.

Published Date:
Jan 2017

CAR T-cell therapy - Handbook of Innovations and Technologies (HIT)

CAR t-cell therapy is one the innovative technologies in the cancer immunotherapy, with patent filings in the domain increasing at an average growth rate of 57.9%. FDA has also approved two CAR T-cell therapy Axicabtagene ciloleucel (Yescarta) and Tisagenleucel (Kymriah). CAR therapy researches were initially focused upon CD19 antigen and have achieved great result but patent focus has shifted towards use of other antigen such as CD22 and CD30 for expanding its application to other diseases. Increasing number of cancer incidence and resistance to currently known therapies are the major factors driving the growth of this technology. Some of the key players working in the domain are Novartis, Cellectis, UCL Business, Shanghai Unicar-Therapy Bio-Medicine Technology, Carsgen Therapeutics, Juno Therapeutics, Eureka Therapeutics, Bluebird Bio, Autolus, Shandong Xingrui Biological and Bellicum Pharmaceuticals.

Published Date:
August 2018

3D printing in Automobile - Handbook of Innovations and Technologies (HIT)

3D printing has successfully penetrated automobile industry. The patent filings for 3D printing technology in automobile industry are increasing at an average growth rate of 48.37% per year since 2010. High growth application area involves tooling applications such as cores and/or inserts for die casting, jigs, vices etc. that are useful for manufacturing different automobile components. In automobile industry, frame/body components, power unit components (particularly, engine components and exhaust systems) and control systems are the areas of interest for the researchers. Powder bed fusion techniques such as Direct Metal Laser Sintering (DMLS), Selective Laser Sintering (SLS), Selective Laser Melting (SLM), and Electron Beam Melting) (EBM), Electron Beam Sintering (EBS) in conjunction with polymers like Polyamide (PP) and Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS) and metals such as aluminium are highly preferred for making such components. Some of the prominent players in 3D printing in Automobile domain are Daimler, Bayerische Motoren Werke, Ford Motors, Volkswagen, Continental, General Motors, Robert Bosch and Mazda Motors.

Published Date:
Oct 2017

3D printing in Aerospace- Handbook of Innovations and Technologies (HIT)

The projection of patent filings in 3D printing in Aerospace industry suggests that nearly 620 patents are expected to be filed in the year 2020 with an average growth rate of 28.92% per year since 2010. High-growth application areas within aerospace industry are airfoils with complicated internal cooling passages, fuel injectors, heat exchangers, blades, vanes, fuselage and wing ribs, combustor liners and electronic components. With a high degree of accuracy and precision, 3D printing is not only limited to part/component manufacturing but also involves tooling applications such as cores and/or inserts for die casting, jigs, vices etc. that are useful for manufacturing different aerospace components. SLS, SLM, EBM and DMLS in conjunction with nickel, aluminium, steel, titanium, cobalt and chrome metals and/or there alloys highly preferred for making hot gas path components of gas turbine engines for aircrafts. Some of the prominent players in 3D printing in Aerospace domain are United Technologies, MTU Aero Engines, General Electric, Boeing, Airbus, Rolls-Royce, Safran, Siemens, Honeywell and Lockheed Martin.

Published Date:
Mar 2017

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