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By John Richardson
AS you can see from the above chart, China’s percentage share of the global polypropylene (PP) market has risen from 15% of consumption in 2000 to 33% in 2014. During the same period, however, India’s share of …
3D printing will very probably force manufacturers, including those who make chemicals and polymers, to build entirely new business models.
Here is why:
CHINA’s extraordinary economic growth is, of course, largely the result of state-led investment in low-value manufacturing.
But, as we discussed in chapter 10 of our book, Boom, Gloom & The New Normal, China now needs a new …
MANUFACTURING via 3D printing could result in an industrial revolution as big as that which occurred in 1766 with the invention of the spinning jenny (see above).
“The pedal-powered machine allowed a single person to spin eight …