According to Market Study Report, 3D Printing Materials Market provides a comprehensive analysis of the 3D Printing Materials Market segments, including their dynamics, size, growth, regulatory requirements, competitive landscape and emerging opportunities of global industry. This report also provides market landscape and market share information in the 3D Printing Materials Market. An exclusive data offered in this report is collected by research and industry experts team.
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The Global 3D Printing Materials Market size is estimated to grow from USD 1.6 Billion in 2020 to USD 4.5 Billion by 2025, at a CAGR of 23.5% between 2020 and 2025.
Top Companies Profiled in the 3D Printing Materials Market:
- 3D System(US)
- Arkema S.A. (France)
- Royal DSM (Netherlands)
- The ExOneCompany (US)
- Stratasys Ltd. (US)
- General Electric (US)
- EOS GMBH Electro Optical Systems (Germany)
- Materialise NV (Belgium)
- Sandvik AB (Sweden)
- Hoganas AB (Sweden)
“Metal 3D printing materials are projected to register a higher CAGR, in terms of value and volume,between 2020 and 2025.’
Metals materials are highly useful in manufacturing components for the automotive and aerospace & defense industries. 3D printing metal materials have been further segmented into titanium, aluminum, nickel, stainless steel, and others (such as cobalt chrome, copper, silver, gold, and bronze). 3D printing metal materials offer various characteristics, such as lightweight, excellent temperature resistance, and heat resistance.
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“The market in the healthcare end-use industry is expected to register the highest CAGR between 2020 and 2025.”
The healthcare industry is lucrative for 3D printing metals. 3D printing materials are used in making various medical implants, prosthetics, and to produce various other organs using plastic and metal materials. Though the COVID-19 pandemic has relatively slowed down the growth for 3D printing materials in 2020, additive manufacturing is proving its mettle in this tragic scenario as well.