CHINAPLAS is the world’s leading plastics and rubber trade fair, organized by Adsale Exhibition Services Ltd., and supported by many local and overseas associations. The 34th International Exhibition on Plastics and Rubber Industries (CHINAPLAS 2021) will be held on April 13-16, 2021 at Shenzhen World Exhibition and Convention Center, Shenzhen, PR China. CHINAPLAS 2021 is expected to reach over 300,000 sqm exhibition areas with over 3,600 exhibitors from 40 countries and regions and 10 pavilions. It will showcase more than 3,800 units of plastics and rubber machinery include extrusion and injection machines, blow molding machines, ancillary & testing equipment, film technology, integrated automation machines, and machines & equipment for preprocessing and re machines & equipment for preprocessing and recycling cycling; and chemicals and raw materials cover additives, bioplastics, 3D printing materials, pigments, composite & high-performance materials, semi-finished products, and thermoplastic elastomers & rubber, for the automotive, building & city infrastructure, E&E, IT & telecommunications, end-user packaging, medical and other industries. It will attract 160,000 professional buyers, with 25% overseas visitors, from 150 countries and regions. The show will highlight “Smart Manufacturing, Innovative Materials, Green & Circular Solutions” in which integrated automation, composite materials, 3D printing, and recycling technologies will be displayed together with the concurrent events. All these contribute to the enterprises for upgrading the production process and competitiveness. Over 3,600 Global Exhibitors, including chemicals and raw materials suppliers like DuPont, BASF, Dow Chemical, MITSUBISHI CHEMICAL, Kingfa, Covestro, LG Chemicals, etc to provide new and advanced technology in chemicals field; and plastics and rubber machinery suppliers like Haitian, Borch EDI, Engel, Jwell, Dalian Totani, Akei, BCC, Zerma, Avian, Yizumi, Husky, Nordson, Solvay, Coperion, etc will display a wide range of plastics machinery include extrusion and injection molding machines for different industries, e.g. plastic packaging; and mould and die suppliers like Mold-Masters, Yudo, etc. In addition, for composite & high-performance materials, there are exhibitors of Nippon Electric Glass, IKP, Taishan Fiberglass. While Demag, ISRA, ABB, Tool-Temp, Italy Gimatic, KENT, Mehow, LITEON, LNC, Delta-Cimic, etc are the suppliers of industrial automation machines. And Macchi, Jinming, and Hanking will display film technology. Visitors who successfully pre-register online ( can enjoy early bird fare discount.
3D Printing Technology Facilitates Industrial Transformation and Upgrading
Publish Date: 2021/01/25
Medical: 3D Printing Technology Can Cure Diseases and Save Lives

Medical is one of the most popular sub-fields of the 3D printing industry. Due to the continuous development and application of 3D printing technology, the transformation and upgrading of traditional medical industry has been accelerated, made it more intelligent, professional and efficient. According to the analysis of market research institute, the medical 3D printing market has been growing at an annual growth rate of 25.3%, and the market value will reach to $8.9 billion by 2022.

Regarding to the medical application areas, 3D printing can be used in the production of surgical guides (dental guides, orthopedic implants), surgical instruments (retractors, surgical fasteners), prosthetics and tissue engineering products (cartilage stents, tendon stents) etc. Additionally, it also can be used on printing nasopharyngeal swabs and Y-tube connects e.g., during the Covid-19 outbreak, Nexa3D used this technology to alleviate the shortage of anti-epidemic supplies.

Industrial Production: 3D Printing Technology Has Become the New Potential to Automotive, Aerospace and Consumer Electronics Industries

3D printing technology has become an important technique for repairing and manufacturing in terms of aerospace in the recent years. While it also has gradually become the main techniques of product design as well as rapid prototyping for automotive, shipping and nuclear industries. According to the "Wohlers Report 2020", the automotive industry is the industry that applies 3D technology the most among all industries, accounting for 16.4%, while followed by the consumer electronics industry, accounting for 15.4%.

There are 2 main features made 3D printing technology the new potential to various industries: the first one is to improve the quality of design. 3D printing technology helps to realize model creating of complicated design plan, saving time for product designers, improving technique level of the design products. The second feature is to reduce materials and time waste. The raw materials utilization rate of 3D printing can theoretically reach 100%, which is much higher than traditional technique (25%).

New market: 3D Printing Helps to Create Customized Products

By using 3D printing technology, companies can gain a competitive advantage that they are able to provide customized services in the same price and standardized products as their competitors. From mobile phone cases, shoes to jewelry, decorations etc., more and more daily necessities can be customized though 3D printing technology, which lead a new market trend among various industries.

There are two 3D printing related forums will be held on 15/04/2021 in CHINAPLAS 2021: the 3rd Biomedical 3D Printing Development Forum (10:00-13:00, CC201A meeting room in 2nd floor of Hall 18) and 2021 Additive Manufacturing Innovation and Development Forum (14:00-17:00, 13AB meeting room in 2nd floor of Hall 13).

Meanwhile, CHINAPLAS 2021 concurrent event – Tech Talk will hold hands with more than 40 experts to introduce six themes: Plastics & Rubber + 5G, Environmental-friendly Automotive Technology, Intelligent Packaging Solutions, Innovative Materials, Molding Technology of Bioplastics & Composite Materials and Automated Precision Manufacturing. It's suitable for manufacturers from different industries to participate.

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Source from CPRJ, Sina Finance, 3D Printing World, Wohlers Report 2020