Aerospace and defense supplier Thyssenkrupp plans to stand up a metals- and plastics-focused Additive Manufacturing TechCenter Hub in Singapore this year for Asia-Pacific customers. A 2016 Frost and Sullivan report says additive manufacturing—also called 3D printing—in the Asia-Pacific region is expected to grow to more than $5.5 billion by 2025. The latest announcement follows the signing of a memorandum of understanding between Singapore’s Defense Science and Technology ...

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