Africans – Latin Americans reasonable Additive manufacturing.

Africans visionaries to Latin Americans and Chinese developers 4.0 and vice versa.

The additive manufacturing industry made great strides in 2017, with new technologies coming to market, new applications being discovered and new 3D printing materials being developed

Still, African manufacturing has actually been on the ascendancy, growing in real terms by 3.5% a year to $157bn in 2014, up from $73bn in 2005, with exports doubling to more than $100bn in the period.

But what is additive manufacturing? Simply put, as the name implies: it is manufacturing by adding. Unlike the conventional manufacturing process, where an object having been designed is put into form by “cutting, drilling, and milling”, “a 3D printer starts with nothing and add stuffs to it”.

With the aid of a computer programme, a 3D printer is able to produce a three-dimensional physical form of what was hitherto no more than a virtual representation. However, relative to traditional manufacturing, the additive kind is slow and expensive. In addition, the quality of produced objects can sometimes be doubtful. But it is fast evolving to overcome these constraints

Would you like to rotate your African city or town with some interesting Patent, Project, or Idea about FIR projects (3D Printing, IoT-IIoT, AI) with China or Latin America?

Which country give you more confidence?

there are still key questions facing this technology, its applications and potential growth.

Will metal 3D printing have a breakout year? 

Can hybrid additive become cost-effective? 

Will the need grow for on-demand manufacturing?  

take a look to these reports in different sectors where Additive manufacturing is working. 

1 Metal Powders For Additive Manufacturing Market Status and Trend Report 2018-2023 offers a comprehensive analysis on Metal Powders For Additive Manufacturing industry, 

2 Geographically, the 3D printed medical implants market is segmented into North America, Latin America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Middle East and Africa.

Rising need for medical implantation due to high prevalence of bone-dental disorders fuels the market growth in North America

3 The introduction of 3D printing metal has helped manufacturers to design and develop complex structures with ease which would have not been possible without the use of conventional manufacturing techniques.

4 The research will provide a forecast for EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa) Additive Manufacturing (3D Printing) market till 2022. The report is vital for anyone involved in the EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa) Additive Manufacturing (3D Printing) industry. The study gives a very comprehensive outlook of the entire ,, markets.

Many different technologies are involved in 3D Printing as Laser Technology.

3D printing metal is also referred to as metal additive manufacturing. This is a manufacturing technology used for the production of complex structures and smaller designs. 

Once the layers are properly placed and distributed, they are either bound together (known as 3D printing) or melted using a high energy beam. In the second case, the bean source is ideally one high energy laser, but many systems use two or more lasers with varying power standards under the inert gas environment.

The most commonly used processes are Laser Cusing, Selective Direct Metal Laser Sintering (DMLS) and Laser Melting (SLM).

The lone exemption to this process is the Electron Beam melting (EBM) process which operates in full vacuum condition with the electron beam. The melting process is repeated layer by layer, slice by slice, until the last layer is melted and the full products are complete. Then it is removed from the powder bed and post processing is done according to the product requirements.

Do you imagine all the new kind of Jobs will emerge with Reasonable Tech in Industry 4.0 and specially in Additive manufacturing, AI, and IoT-IIoT?

Do you have any ideas about relationing Shipping business with IoT and IIoT via cybernetics System?

Shifting energy demand to impact shipping

Over the next thirty years, the global transition to more renewable energy sources will change how ships are fuelled as well as the resources that they carry.

Other technologies and policies could cause major shifts in transport demand. Additive manufacturing (3D printing), robotization, and automation could enable relocation of production back to developed countries, thereby shortening global value chains and potentially reducing demand for seaborne transport except raw materias what is an Advantage for Latin America and African countries. 

In Sylodium you have Job opportunities for manage your African country about reasonable techs specially in relationship with China and Latin America.

You can build your own niches inside sylodium’s system as China – Africa Industry 4.0, Mexico – North Africa Additive Manufacturing, Guangdong – West Africa cybernetics APPS, Colombia – Nigeria 3D printing projects, Hong Kong – South Africa reasonable Industry 4.0, Shenzhen – East Africa 3D projects; Caribbean - North Africa Additive Manufacturing APPS.

in Sylodium you can construct now your own BCB (beneficial circuit business) between China and Latin America countries (Caribbean, Mexico, Colombia, Argentina, Peru, Venezuela…) towards Africa and vice versa, inside our system, contact us here


Other news from Industry 4.0