Dear audience, one of the hottest topics at the world’s leading trade fair for industrial technology – the HANNOVER MESSE, starting next Monday – is Additive Manufacturing. The new production technology Additive Manufacturing – also known as 3-D printing – has been growing by 20 percent per year since 2004. It is expected to reach a growth of even 30 percent per year until 2020, and it is disrupting conventional manufacturing these are the findings of a new study by Roland Berger, called „Additive Manufacturing – the next generation„.
To discuss what disruption in this sector actually means for the industry sector Engineered Products High Tech, I spoke with Thomas Rinn, Partner at Roland Berger
Ulrich Hinsen | ManagementRadio