3D printing is beefed up to bring revolution in manufacturing sector! Confused? Let’s know what exactly 3D printing does?
3D printing, or popularly known as Additive manufacturing involves the process of producing 3 dimensional products. The process is completed using material printer, which reproduces exact prototype of the object. It is being applied in the fields such as footwear, industrial design, jewelry, engineering and construction (AEC), architecture, automotive, dental and medical industries, aerospace, education, civil engineering, geographic information systems, and many others.
With a global share of 33%, Stereolithography generated maximum revenue in the year 2013. However, the report expects the electron beam melting to grow fastest during the analysis period.
In terms of 3D printing materials, polymers, ceramics and metals are analyzed by the report. In the year 2013, polymer generated maximum revenue of $193.3 million.
Application of 3D printing is increasing in numerous areas, especially healthcare and aerospace, which have witnessed significant application of 3D printing.
With a revenue share of 43.9%, North America leads the market, followed by Europe. Asia-Pacific is expected to grow rapidly with a CAGR of 51.9% during the estimated period, due to increasing application of 3D technology.
Companies profiled in the report are:-
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