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State of 3D printing 2020 focus : Women in 3D printing

Posted By Jérôme Deschamps on Jun 9, 2020 | 0 comments

As the search for more equality between genders gains importance among industries, the question of diversity in the 3D Printing industry is becoming a growing topic. On the occasion of the State of 3D Printing 2020 launch, the most ambitious study of the Additive Manufacturing industry, Sculpteo partnered with Women in 3D Printing on a common mission:
to promote, support, and inspire the women working in the Additive Manufacturing industry, with a new report, The State of Women in 3D Printing. So if you are wondering what their roles are and how they see their future, download this free report! 


The biggest 3D Printing study as a source of information


For the second year in a row, we made a point of showcasing the women working in the 3D Printing industry. In this approach, we tried to assess how these women perceive the impact of 3D printing and their views on the future of the technology.


To achieve this, we used the State of 3D Printing 2020 as a basis for this report. This landmark study is carried out every year by Sculpteo and provides key insights into the Additive Manufacturing world. With more than 1600 answers collected for this year’s edition, Sculpteo released the biggest Additive Manufacturing survey ever. 


Thanks to this amount of data, we were able to select and retrieve meaningful results regarding the involvement of women in 3D printing, from different angles. Thus, we compiled this information into a standalone, women-specific report. 


Find out how women are breaking the glass ceiling in Additive Manufacturing


Through this mini-report, you will understand how women are represented in the 3D printing industry and how their views compare to men’s on a number of issues. 

This report will present you with insights into the academic background, roles, and years of experience of the women working in 3D printing.

Along with these insights, you will discover how women and men differ in the perception of their career perspectives, or in the way they developed their knowledge of Additive Manufacturing. 
Explore these findings in detail and download the State of Women in 3D Printing now, or if you want to get a bigger picture of the world of Additive Manufacturing, get further in your research and download the State of 3D Printing 2020 for free.

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