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        F3D Printing Overview: Global Trends and Implications for Taiwan(3D列印概況:全球趨勢與對台灣的啟示)
        • 2013/10/15
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        Mr. Stephen Su, General Director of IEK, delivered a presentation on “3D Printing Overview: Global Trends and Implications for Taiwan.” Since US President Obama announced 3D printing as the first wave of US Advanced Manufacturing strategy in 2012, the notion of 3D printing causing the next wave of industrial revolution has been getting more followers to jump on the bandwagon. Many companies around the world have begun to either develop 3D printing technology or even start businesses using existing technology. What will be the important global trends and drivers in 3D printing for people to watch in the next few years? What are the key implications of 3D printing on Taiwan’s manufacturing and technology development strategy? These important questions are addressed in this presentation.

        At the end, he emphasized a few key messages:

        • 3D Printing (or Advanced Manufacturing) global markets continue to rise at >20% CAGR at least till 2021.
        • More important for 3D Printing in the future will depend on service-based applications ecosystems.
        • Potential 3D Printing applications for Taiwan will most likely to start with medical, molding and arts applications.
        • Besides 3D Printing: Roll-to-Roll (R2R) manufacturing process could give Taiwan better leverage for next wave of advanced manufacturing.
        • Taiwan need to collaborate with international partners in piloting advanced manufacturing ecosystems.

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        簡報內容

        3D Printing Overview: Global Trends and Implications for Taiwan
        NO.1
        Agenda
        NO.2
        3D Printing continues to draw headlines
        NO.3
        Is 3D Printing overhyped?Studio Classroom May 2013 Issue in Taiwan
        NO.4
        3D Printing definitions and features
        NO.5
        History of 3D Printing – Not completely new
        NO.6
        3D Printing is the first Institute of Manufacturing Innovation (IMI)
        NO.7
        7 types of Additive Manufacturing processes
        NO.8
        Additive Manufacturing process definitions
        NO.9
        AM process types and representative players
        NO.10
        3D Systems growth driven by acquisition
        NO.11
        McKinsey: 12 Disruptive technologies totransform global economy in 2025
        NO.12
        McKinsey on 3D Printing’s Speed, Scope,and Economic Value
        NO.13
        Increasing global R&D investment in 3D Printing or Additive Manufacturing (AM)
        NO.14
        Development progress from Asian countries
        NO.15
        Worldwide AM market to grow at 22.0% CAGR
        NO.16
        Consumer products/electronics as the biggest application for AM
        NO.17
        US as largest market for AM equipment
        NO.18
        3D Printing in Hype Cycle
        NO.19
        3D Printing expected to be similar topaper printer?
        NO.20
        Key Success Factors for 3D PrintingFood for Thoughts
        NO.21
        Agenda
        NO.22
        Potential 3D Printing applications for Taiwan
        NO.23
        Preliminary evaluation for Taiwan’s R&D development priorities in 3D Printing
        NO.24
        PBF Example: Technology Life Cycle by global IP development status
        NO.25
        ITRI has helped establish AM Industry Alliance in 2012/07
        NO.26
        AM Lab in ITRI Southern Region Campus
        NO.27
        Besides 3D Printing: Roll-to-Roll (R2R)process on flexible glass substrates by ITRI
        NO.28
        Multiple applications for Roll-to-Roll (R2R)with mass market scale
        NO.29
        Agenda
        NO.30
        Conclusion
        NO.31
        Taiwan pivotal in pilot testing future advanced manufacturing ecosystems
        NO.32
        Thank You!
        NO.33

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