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福布斯为联泰科技打call,走出国门引领亚洲3D打印行业

2018-03-09

近期,《福布斯》发表了一篇对中国3D打印产业发展情况的报道,其中提到具有国际影响力的中国3D打印公司,例如联泰科技、西安铂力特、湖南华曙高科等。以下为部分译文:

如今,中国正在引领亚洲的整体经济走向。在这个充满技术精英的国家,这些中国3D打印公司充分利用了这项拥有30年历史的高新技术,并得益于政府的支持,使自己走向世界3D打印的主导地位。

现在,中国正在推行支持先进3D打印机的政策。2015年中国政府发布了“中国制造2025”倡议,旨在培育先进技术,3D打印技术成为“中国制造2025”的重要推动者。 同年,科技部发布《国家增材制造产业发展推进计划(2015-2016年)》,该推进计划确立了3D打印创新和商业化的目标。

目前,这些多元的且具有市场活力的中国本土企业,正成为全球和本地3D打印产品的主力供应商,其均在3D打印这个高新行业的不同细分领域中不断扩大生产及提高市场占有率。

其中,联泰科技成立于2000年,是国内较早从事3D打印技术应用的企业之一。联泰科技目前拥有国内立体光固化(SLA)3D打印技术较大份额的工业领域客户群,国内市场占有率超过 60%,在国内3D打印技术领域具有广泛的行业影响力和品牌知名度。目前,联泰科技的产品已被广泛应用于等多个应用及行业领域,遍布工业制造和消费品生产多个方向。

与中国及全球的一线3D打印企业相同,立足于专业的服务,联泰科技正不断将产品与服务输送至各个领域,在全球树立企业品牌,以期赢得更好的发展。

 

以下为英文原文:

China Lays Groundwork For Asian, World Lead In 3D Printing

 

A Shanghai engineering firm made news when it built 10 houses of 200 square meters apiece. The developer, Shanghai WinSun Decoration Design Engineering Co., had used 3D printers to push out the concrete-only structures for just $4,800 apiece, the 3D printing news organization 3ders.org reports.

It may not be a big deal on its own, given that printers have published houses in San Francisco and somewhere in Russia. But China is leading Asia, a continent full of tech-savvy countries, in making the most of this 30-year-old technology due to eager government support and a list of industries willing to use it. China could even be on the way to world dominance in 3D printing.

Institutions in China spent $1.1 billion on 3D printing last year, market research firm IDC says. It calls China “the force” behind 3D printing growth in Asia. The sub-sector worldwide will command a market worth $32.78 billion by 2023 on a compound annual growth rate of 25.76% from last year, research firm Markets and Markets estimates. Falling production costs, ease of customizing goods and government investments are driving that growth, the research firm says in a report.


State support

Government investment explains much of the uptrend in China. Subsidies have already boosted semiconductors and electric vehicles. Now, the country is homing in on policy to advance printers.

China got moving in 2015 when the government released its national “Made in China 2025" initiative to foster advanced technology. Printing objects was “regarded as an enabler” for that plan, IDC lead analyst Mun Chun Lim says. The Ministry of Industry and Information Technology released a separate plan to develop China's 3D printing industry in 2015 and 2016. That mission, the National 3D Printing Industry Development Promotion Plan (2015-2016), establishes goals for innovation and commercialization of 3D printing.

More on Forbes: 3D Printing Moves Align Technology Toward $1.3 Billion In Sales

Adding another layer to the process, the ministry came up with a second action plan in December to develop additive manufacturing, an offshoot of 3D printing. The plan would train people and promote two or three local brands to be competitive, taking this side of the 3D printing industry to $3 billion by 2020, Lim says.

Rivals in Asia

Around the same time, a government incubator in Taiwan was pushing its own technologically savvy homeland in 2014 to make the most of 3D printing, which normally generates toys, machine parts, medical implants and some kinds of food. The incubator had formed an alliance of 90 Taiwanese companies keen to work with one another on developing 3D printers, the printing stock and related software.

In South Korea, another Asian tech powerhouse, the government set out last year to invest some $37 million for speeding the development of 3D printing, TCT Mag reports.

Germany and the U.S. lead the world in 3D printing but stand to lose out to China and Australia, the A.T. Kearney management consultancy says. (The Australian government is active, as well, and metal 3D printing is likely to strengthen in the country already dependent on mining as an economic source.)

Chinese printing entrepreneurs

The Chinese government is “preparing the future workforce” by introducing 3D printing technologies in education, Lim says. This is key, as the country lacks an innovative 3D printing workforce today, the analyst says.

Printed car parts, architectural models and even gelatin for cooking class can all help university students learn their trades. Moving up the value chain, healthcare, shipbuilding and aerospace are also expected to want printed objects.

Chinese 3D printing companies to look out for, domestically as well as abroad: UnionTech, Xi'an Bright Laser Technologies and Hunan Farsoon High Technology. "China has some very diversified players, where it consists of worldwide and local vendors,” Lim says.

Safety issues

Over the next five years China must not only think creatively about how to print new objects but also how to regulate them, analysts say. Imagine a home buyer's hesitation moving into one of the first 3D printed buildings.

The country would need industry standards and certifications to make sure the industry develops smoothly.

“Due to the rapid expansion and proliferation of 3D printing in China, one of the toughest challenges will be the safety issue for both industrial and private consumer users of 3D printed products,” says Christopher Hang-Kwang Lim, a tech-specialized senior fellow with the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies in Singapore.

“If one were to consider a matrix of an ever-expanding list of raw materials used in the 3D printing industry...then it would not be hard to visualize the complexities involved in setting up safety standards, and to monitor and enforce safety standards, assuming there is an acceptable standard," he says.

英文原文链接:https://www.forbes.com/sites/ralphjennings/2018/02/01/china-lays-groundwork-for-asian-world-lead-in-3d-printing/#f8c66147f54e

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