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The global manufacturing industry is moving towards intelligent manufacturing, and Industry 4.0 is driving the manufacturing industry towards trends of higher efficiency, lower costs, and intelligent and flexible production. The nine technologies of Industry 4.0 include Big Data, Laminated Manufacturing, Cloud Technology, Automation, System Integration, Internet of Things, Cyber Security, Augmented Reality, and Simulation.
Vietnam is one of the countries in Asia and the ASEAN that is most actively promoting regional economic integration. So far, it has passed and implemented 10 bilateral trade agreements, including ASEAN and Japan, South Korea, Chile, and the Eurasian Economic Union.
As discussed in Tech Trends 2019: Beyond the Digital Frontier, technology forces that are increasingly dependent on advanced connectivity capabilities also are reshaping enterprise architecture.
Additive manufacturing has a great future ahead of it. The current development of additive manufacturing has already surpassed the predictions made in studies carried out in previous years. Renowned research institutions such as ETH Zurich are convinced that 3D metal printing will become increasingly important in mechanical engineering and toolmaking.
Additive manufacturing is playing an increasingly important role in the manufacturing industry and is mainly used in toolmaking and prototype construction.
The application of 3D printing technology in various industries can lead to new technological breakthroughs and improve production efficiency.
3D printing is a type of additive manufacturing that subverts the thinking of scrap manufacturing in traditional industries.