According to the report analysis, ‘3D Printing Devices, Services And Supplies Global Market Opportunities And Strategies To 2022 Including: Aerospace 3D Printing Devices, Services And Supplies, Healthcare 3D Printing Devices, Services And Supplies, Automotive 3D Printing Devices, Services And Supplies, Industrial 3D Printing Devices, Services And Supplies, Jewelry 3D Printing Devices, Services And Supplies, Energy 3D Printing Devices, Services And Supplies Covering: 3D Systems Corporation, Arcam AB, The ExOne Company, Stratasys Ltd., EOS GmbH Electro Optical Systems, EnvisionTEC, Materialise NV, XYZprinting, SLM Solutions Group AG, and M3D’ states that some of the major companies which are currently functioning in this domain more actively in the respective region for attaining the highest share across the globe by doing more innovations in the specifications of the technology includes Autodesk, Inc., Carbon3D, Inc., GE Additive, Formlabs Inc., 3D Systems, HP Inc., Organovo, Stratasys, Ltd., Protolabs, ExOne, Materialise NV, Titomic Limited, Altem Technologies Private Limited, Imaginarium, Sichuan Revotek, Winsun, Prismlab China Ltd, Kabuku Inc., Ultimaker, voxeljet AG, SLM Solutions Group AG, Renishaw plc, Materialise NV, Spetsavia, Zortrax S.A., Materialise NV, Prusa Research s.r.o., Craftunique Kft., Apis Cor, Materialise NV, Sethi3D, EnvisionTEC, 3D Systems, Stratasys, Ltd., Nano Dimension, Paradigm 3D, IRIS 3D SOLUTIONS, Sinterex, Kemiq, Sizan Company, Aerosud, Rapid 3D, and Metal Heart. Whereas, the key players are doing effective job for acquiring the highest share by defeating the growing demand of potential buyers across the globe.
In the recent trend, the 3D printing devices are gaining effective attention from the various industries. As the 3D printing is used in both additive manufacturing and rapid prototyping. By using digital model data from a 3D model or any other electronic data source as an additive manufacturing film the objects can be of almost any structure or dimensions. In the history, the first commercial 3D were introduced in the early 1990s, and the since early 2000s, 3D printing technology has changed significantly in terms of variety, quality of materials, ability to create complex objects, price, accuracy, appropriateness for office environments and ease of use. Until recently, the term 3D printing has been connected with the machines low-end in price or in ability. Both the terms reveal that the technologies share the theme of material addition or linking throughout a 3D work wrapper under automated regulator. Moreover, the key players are doing effective development in this technology for attaining the high growth and effective share which further lead the high market growth more actively.
3D printing is already exchanging the traditional prototype development methodologies across the various industries which involves aerospace and defense, architecture, electronics, footwear, automotive, medical, educational institutions, toys entertainment and government, underlining its potential appropriateness for an even wider range of industries. Moreover, on the basis of geography, the market of 3D printing devices is spread across the globe which involves North America, Asia Pacific region, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, South America, Middle East, Africa and rest of the world. Meanwhile, in 2015 the market of 3D printing devices, services and supplies across the globe was worth at around USD 5.5 billion and is anticipated to reach around USD 27.0 billion in 2022, rising at an effective CAGR of approximately 25% in the forecasted period of 2016 to 2022.
The global market for 3D printing devices, services and supplies will grow more actively in the coming years over the decades as 3D printing has the ability to decrease the tooling costs and accelerate the lead time and regulatory submissions considerably when compared to the predictable methods.
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Ankur Gupta, Head Marketing & Communications