3 D Printing market expected to register CAGR of over 19% till decade end

The 3 D Printing market is expected to grow at CAGR of 19.3% from 2015 To 2020, as per Hexa Research Inc. Plastic, wax, metal, ceramics and polymers are used to build various objects with 3D printing technology. Polymer is the key raw material used in 3D printing and it is expected to capture higher share of 3D printing market. Printers associated with other materials are more expensive than the printers associated with polymers and thermoplastics. Hence polymers are expected to dominate the 3D printing market over the forecast period. Furthermore, plastic products which need customization can drive the growth of polymer 3D printing. However, manufacturers are shifting on using metals as a raw material. Metal is used in dental industry, implants, aerospace and others. Metals such as chromium, titanium, aluminium and cobalt are used for manufacturing implants. Growing demand for aerospace, automotive and electronics consumer goods are expected to increase the demand for metal 3D printing. 3D Printing Market enables the creation of iterative products and that causes the decrement in time taken to reach the market. Growing number of new product developments and R&D activities are expected to drive the 3D printing market over forecast period. Increasing use of 3D printing in end-use industries such as healthcare and automotive industry, the development of different designs & patterns and ease of production are expected to drive the market in the coming years. The traditional manufacturing method results in more lead time which is expected to challenge the 3D printing market. Lack of technological ability to use the technology effectively is anticipated as the barrier to the 3D printing market. The technology demands for easier accessibility and training practise which is necessary to avail more advantages and to make efficient use of technology. This factor has projected as a challenge to the growth of the market over the forecast period. Minimum wastage of raw material in 3D printing technology is a factor driving the 3D printing market. 3D printing technology enables the physical production of object which was earlier manufactured by traditional method 3D printing technology is emerged as a process of prototyping the object to make actual usable parts and products. It is a process of layering of raw material instead of cutting and drilling. 3D printing technology is advantageous over traditional mass manufacturing of identical objects in terms of its lower cost. Though the created products from 3D printing are prototypes, the producers also use this technology in low-volume manufacturing. 3D printing includes automotive, aerospace, consumer products and medical applications. Automotive segment uses 3D printing for tooling and low-volume end-use parts in house and prototype buildings. Healthcare is the prominent application sector. Hearing ad shells, prosthetics, dental objects made from plastic or pliable materials, strong& flexible new knee joints mimicking bone made by nylon and human tissues are some of the examples of 3D printing products. Aerospace segment uses specific patented FDM technology for prototyping, part manufacturing, and tooling. Building process of prototypes of parts used in commercial rockets and planes uses 3D printing technology which is a factor leading towards the market growth.
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