Development and Application of 3D Printing and Its Materials

Haocheng Du, Shaoqian Chen


With the improvement of 3D printing technology, it has gradually gained popularity in China, and it has become famous for its wide variety of printing biological materials. This article will analyze and research the application and development of 3D printing technology in chemical materials. Explain the market demand for 3D printing technology, as well as the problems existing in the development of domestic 3D printing technology, and predict its development prospects from the development field.


3D Printing; Chemical Materials; Market Prospects; Development Routes; Application Areas

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18282/ims.v3i2.331


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