3D Printing Technology is projected to greatly impact the Healthcare Sector : Report

A new marketing research report revealed by Credence research “3D Printing in health care (Polyjet, Stereolithography (SL), fused Deposition Modelling (FDM), electron beam Melting, Selective optical maser Sintering (SLS), Others) Market – Growth, Share and Forecast 2016 – 2023”, the worldwide healthcare 3D printing market is calculable to expand with a CAGR of 17.5% from 2016 to 2023.

Market Insights:
3D printing, also known as-as additive manufacturing, refers to a method of constructing three-dimensional (3D) solid objects using a digital model. In 3D printing, the object is ready by inserting down successive layers of material. Since the introduction of 3D printing technology in 1984, the technology is steadily turning into popular across numerous applications such as jewelry, trade goods, industrial design, aerospace, construction, automotive et al. 3D printing technology is projected to greatly impact the healthcare sector in numerous applications together with non-implantable and implantable medical devices. excluding precise producing, 3D printing enables the cost-efficient and customized production of medical devices. 3D printing of human tissues through layer-by-layer deposition of cells is that the most promising prospects of this technology within the healthcare sector.

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  1. November 15, 2016

    […] to a new industry research report published by Credence Research “3D Printing in Healthcare (Polyjet, Stereolithography (SL), Fused Deposition Modelling (FDM), Electron Beam Melting, Selective […]

  2. November 15, 2016

    […] 3D printing, also called as additive manufacturing, refers to a process of making three-dimensional (3D) solid objects using a digital model. In 3D printing, the object is prepared by placing down successive layers of material. Since the introduction of 3D printing technology in 1984, the technology is steadily becoming popular and is expected to gain substantial traction in the coming years. Till date, the 3D printing technology is used in various applications such as jewelry, consumer goods, industrial design, aerospace, construction, automotive, healthcare, geographic information systems and others. The technology is, however, used majorly for prototyping and industrying purposes. End-users are still hesitant in shifting towards 3D printing for large scale manufacturing which may challenge the industry growth.3d-printing-industry […]

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