Titanium: Outlook to 2029. 3D printing could be a ‘huge disruptor’

The outlook for titanium through to 2029. Our analysts Jessica Roberts and Adam Coggins speaking to Andrew Scott on the potential disruptors to the titanium supply chain.

“By the end of the next decade or so we’ll start to see additive manufactured components (3D printing) in widespread use in aerospace applications”

“3D printing’s very exciting and has the potential to be a huge disruptor to supply chains and for titanium specifically it could open hundreds of different applications that weren’t possible before.”

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