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3D Printing 3X by 2027: First Cars, Then…

3D Printing 3X by 2027: First Cars, Then…

Attention Bold Profits Daily subscribers: Over the weekend, we asked you who would win the race to $1 trillion: Elon Musk or Jeff Bezos? You are overwhelmingly with us — 90% place their bets on Elon Musk!

But here’s something you may not know…

The world’s richest men are in another race as well. Musk is investing billions to revolutionize Tesla and SpaceX. Jeff Bezos is selling billions of Amazon stock to help finance this opportunity.

They’re using this technology to make their biggest innovations … and make them right here in America.

The race is on! But I have another idea of who will win this one … it’s a North Carolina company that’s cracked the code to this technology. See the whole story here and see if you’re with me!

Factories … cars … SPACE!

3D printing is remaking industries for the future.

It’s all unfolding at a record speed.

The 3D-printing market is set to TRIPLE in value by 2027. That’s a growth alert for me. And for you, the time to invest is now.

Your Bold Profits team is hunting down the best 3D-printing opportunities for you this week. Starting now.

See the first 3D-printing transformation in today’s Market Talk:


Amber Lancaster:  A 3D printing market that is expected to triple in value by 2027? Yes. 3D printing is an industry 4.0 technology that will give us factories of the future. Today I will take a few minutes to show you one market that’s set to be transformed by this innovation.

Plus, Dan Shifflett — junior investment analyst and key support analyst working closely with Paul on several trading services — will be joining me to preview his upcoming Bold Profits Daily article publishing this Thursday, October 28. It sheds light on another big opportunity in 3D printing.

Hello, Bold Profits Nation. Welcome to Market Talk Monday on the Paul Mampilly YouTube channel. I am Amber Lancaster. Thank you for tuning in this week.

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3D Printed Cars

Let’s get started. As a long-time car fan I am always monitoring the car industry for new innovations. One technology, 3D printing — also known as additive manufacturing — is actually not new to the automotive market.

Automakers like Volkswagen have been using 3D printing technology to manufacture plastic and metal components for prototyping cars and care spare parts for more than 25 years. In present day, per Market Research Future, 3D technology “has gained significant prominence in the automotive sector, helping to create several lightweight components and body parts.”

Many vehicles and manufacturers such as General Motors, Honda and others have released several 3D printed cars. These factors boost the value of 3D printing and the automotive market. This means that 3D printing technology is progressing.

It’s not just being used for prototypes. It will actually be part of the car production process for consumers’ use. For example, just this past summer Volkswagen announced it will use binder-jet 3D printing techniques to manufacture parts for its cars.

VW 3DP Headline

Volkswagen has made history by becoming the first automaker to use 3D printing technology for the automotive production process. It’s just the beginning. Porsche announced new 3D printed bodyform car seats for its cars that aim to increase driver and passenger comfort and give them options.

Porsche Headline

The seats are now available from the Porsche performance catalogue for certain Boxsters, Cayman and 911 builds up to 2020. In February 2022, the custom 3D printed seats will be standard equipment and added to the Porsche configurator.

Also, NTU Singapore and Hyundai Motor Group entered into an agreement to tap AI and 3D printing for electric vehicle manufacturing, focusing on industry 4.0 and Fourth Industrial Revolution technologies.

NTU Hyundai

These projects aim to develop solutions that can transform conventional car manufacturing facilities into state-of-the-art factories of the future. Four pilot projects on artificial intelligence and 3D printing will be explored with the Hyundai deal.

To put the potential explosive growth of 3D printing in automotive tech into perspective, per Market Research Futures, the global 3D printing automotive market is expected to triple in size by 2027, reaching $4.89 billion. Growing at a compound annual growth rate of 28.72%.

To be part of this market growth, you want to consider adding The 3D Printing ETF (BATS: PRNT) to your portfolio. Moreover, you can check out Paul Mampilly’s monthly stock research service to get his latest 3D printing stock recommendations.

You can find out more by clicking the strong hands to learn more. As promised, joining me now is Dan Shifflett to give an exclusive preview of his upcoming Bold Profits Daily article that will give the latest insights on the 3D printing market from a Bold Profits perspective.


Sneak Peek Of What Dan Plans To Share

Hello Dan. Thank you for joining me today on Market Talk. Good to see you.

Dan Shifflett: Thank you, Amber, for having me.

Amber: I know you are writing a special upcoming Bold Profits Daily article. Please give us a preview and a sneak peek of what you plan to share with us on Thursday.

Dan: My article is on 3D printing and space. These are two megatrends we have been bullish on for quite a while. We have talked about 3D printing in housing and the medical field and this article talks about how it will be implemented in the space industry. I think it overlaps between 3D printing and space.

It will help propel both of these megatrends, which will be great for all our portfolios. We have seen space give us a lot of technological advances and I think it will play hand in hand with 3D printing. 3D printing has done a lot for space. Elon Musk uses it for SpaceX.

We have seen him 3D print engines. There are going to be a lot of 3D printed rockets, modules, satellites and all sorts of parts. That’s going to be cool to see.

I talk about how these two will propel the market forward, how you can take advantage of both these sectors and what you can invest in to make your portfolio grow.

Amber: I think that’s exciting to hear as a preview. I can tell you 3D printing is transforming how we do things, from the roadways to outer space. 3D printing is on industry that should be part of a portfolio. Thanks for stopping by and previewing that article for us. We look forward to reading it on Thursday.

Dan: Thanks for having me.

Amber: You’re welcome. And thank you to everyone again for joining us on Market Talk Monday. We wish you a wonderful week ahead. Until next time, take care.

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Paul Mampilly

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