3d Printing Medical Devices Market Is Projected To $9.8 Billion By 2025

3D PRINTING MEDICAL Market

The Latest research study titled, “3D Printing Medical Devices Market by Component, Technology, Application, and End User – Global Industry Analysis and Forecast to 2025” published by Crystal Market Research, states that the 3D printing medical devices market is projected to be around $9.8 billion by 2025.

3D printing can be used to make 3D printed models of patients’ organs to plan and practice complex surgeries. It is a relatively new and rapidly expanding technology. It is used for numerous applications in different industries such as automotive, defense, healthcare, and aerospace. It offers several benefits such as the customization of implants and prosthetics, rise in productivity, andcost-effectiveness. Moreover, scientists have undertaken large number of research activities to find out how 3D printers can be used to develop living organs such as liver and heart. However, it is in a very early stage of development. Powder bed fusion (PBF) is the most common technology used for 3D printing medical devices. PBF technology works with different materials (such as nylon and titanium) that are used in medical devices. PBF builds a 3D product from plastic or metal powder by pouring onto a platform. PBF adopts different printing techniques such as electron beam melting (EBM), selective laser sintering (SLS), selective laser melting (SLM), direct metal laser sintering (DMLS), and selective heat sintering (SHS).

Selective laser sintering (SLS) powder based 3D printing market accounted for the largest share of the 3D printing medical devices market in 2016, due to its ability to produce highly durable parts; it doesn’t require the support structures which protects the design from falling during production. Orthopedic implants market held the largest share of the overall market in 2016, as 3D printed medical devices are largely adopted for orthopedic applications. Hospitals market dominated the global market in 2016, as large number of surgeries requiring 3D printed medical devices are conducted in hospitals. U.S. held the largest share of the North American 3D printing medical devices market in 2016. This can be attributed to factors such as high adoption of 3D printing technology along with emphasis on research and development initiatives. Likewise, Japan accounted for a majority of the Asia-Pacific market for 3D printing medical devices, due to rising awareness about 3D printing technology for medical devices and government initiatives to support developments in 3D technology.

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Key Players in Market:

Some of the major companies in the global 3D printing medical devices market areArcam AB, 3D Systems, Inc., Stratasys Ltd., Cyfuse Biomedical K.K., EOS GmbH Electro Optical Systems, Organovo Holdings, SLM Solutions Group AG, FabRx Ltd., EnvisionTEC, and Bio3D Technologies. Technological advancement is the key strategy adopted by key players operating in the 3D printing medical devices market. For instance, in May 2016, Stratasys, a 3D printing and additive manufacturing solutions company launched the world’s first full-color, multi material 3D printer, the J750. This system enables the customers to mix and match full color gradients with a wide range of materials.

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