SYMPOSIUM ON GRAPHENE AND 3D PRINTING TECHNOLOGY

Oct 23-24, 2020

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Singapore



Conference on Graphene and 3D Printing Technology in 2020

 

Graphene 2020, which is organized by LexisConferences Group of Conferences, welcomes you to attend the Symposium in Singapore during Oct 23-24, 2020. The meeting will focus on the theme “Bringing Ideas to Reality - The World Beyond 2D’’.

The Graphene 2020 conference provides its participants with a forum in Singapore, Asia that is ideal for exchanging and sharing valuable knowledge, research findings and experiences. Graphene & 3D printing can be a great enabler of growth in low- and middle-income countries in technological innovation. This course provides a strategy and framework for creating impactful technologies capable of promoting sustainable development.

With members from around the world focused on learning about Graphene, 3D printing, Advanced Materials, Two-Dimensional Materials, Energy Technology, and their relationships and advances; this is the greatest opportunity to reach the Technology and Economy's largest assembly of participants. Conduct presentations, distribute knowledge, meet current and potential scientists, splash with new research and innovations, and earn Identity to your name at this two-day Graphene 2020 summit. World-renowned speakers, the most recent techniques, developments, and Innovations are highlights of this conference.

In recent, Graphene is showing up in the most emerging technologies i.e. Energy storage and its Conversion. 3D Printing of functional parts in Graphene is becoming the best beneficial way for many sensors, aerospace, heat management, and battery industries. This international event will address the technologies of today including materials beyond Graphene, Innovations in Graphene & 3D printing, manufacturing technologies, Nanoworld in Graphene, Applications in energy and medical.

Details of Graphene Conference in 2020 in Singapore, Asia

LexisConferences.com organizing Graphene Conference in 2020 in Singapore. We Organize Semiconductors Meetings in the fields related to it.

Conference Name Place Date
Graphene Conference 2020 Singapore, Asia Oct 23-24, 2020

Regards
Elina Thomas
Program Manager
Graphene 2020
LexisConferences

Market Analysis of Graphene and 3D Printing Technology

Graphene is the world’s thinnest and strongest material with high thermal and electrical conductivity. These characteristics coupled with other properties including high permeability and high electron mobility have resulted in creating a huge interest in this material and its applications.

3D printing or additive manufacturing is a process of making solid objects in three dimensions from a digital file. An object is created in an additive process by setting up successive layers of material until the object is formed. Each of these layers can be interpreted as a thinly sliced horizontal cross-section of the object. With rapid progress in product compositions, such as polymers and metals, additive manufacturing technology is evolving from being a prototyping tool to a functional part of fabrication.

The global graphene market size was estimated at USD 42.8 million in 2017 and is projected to witness a CAGR of 38.0% from 2017 to 2025. Increasing demand for lightweight and durable materials for manufacturing various components including composites is expected to fuel the product demand over the forecast period.

North America led, in terms of revenue, with a 32.8% market share in 2017. The presence of numerous manufacturers with strong research and development capabilities is likely to develop new growth opportunities over the years to come.

The Asia Pacific is expected to witness the fastest growth in demand over the forecast period. The booming electronics sector has been a major factor propelling the regional product demand. Moreover, increasing investments in the renewable power generation sector are expected to surge the demand in the near future.

China is expected to emerge as a promising market over the forecast period in light of favorable government support to promote investments in the manufacturing sector. The government of China has put forward strong policies to ensure support for research and development. The government has established a graphene national park, which is contributing to increasing the production volume of the material in the region.

The decreased prices of additive manufacturing-based machines, coupled with growing expertise and awareness, have increased the availability and demand for this technology and the growing demand for lightweight, fast, and fuel-efficient vehicles in countries, such as Germany, Japan, and China, has fueled the growth of the metal additive manufacturing sector.

The increased investments in the R&D of improved software and technology, coupled with the introduction of new combinations of printing materials, are expected to spur the development of new equipment and applications, thereby bolstering the growth of the additive manufacturing market.

 

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