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Industry News| Metal 3D Printing Market will Reach 1200 Billion Dollars by 2028

Date: 2018-01-03
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Authoritative research institution IDTechEx releases the latest report of metal 3D printing market recently. It is said that by 2028 metal 3D printing market will reach 1200 billion. 

From the commercialization in 1990s, metal 3D printing has become an attractive prototype design and manufacturing solution. Therefore, the metal 3D printer manufacturers and material suppliers are going to use this unmet demand to expand the metal 3D printing market and seize market heights.

It is worth noting that the direct metal laser sintering (DMLS) is still the main printer technology, the total installed capacity up to 84% of the market share at the end of 2016, and the rest of the other four types of main technical scattered on the market. The report includes an analysis of the latest technology to reach the market and its growth potential.

Printer sales have increased exponentially in recent years. The trend is bound to continue as new technology comes to market at lower prices. In the long run, material revenues will grow faster than printers. The report delves into these major market growth dynamics and constraints.

Besides, the report also analyzes the insights of mature metal 3D printing technology, including direct metal laser sintering (DMLS), electron beam melting (EBM), directional energy deposition (DED) and binder injection. For each type of printer established, key technical capabilities, applicable markets, SWOT analysis, and key manufacturers will be discussed.

  The latest report will help readers to fully understand the technology, applications and markets of metal 3D printing. Meanwhile, research institution IDTechEx has conducted a detailed preliminary study of the entire 3D printing value chain to understand the important factors that influence the growth trend. By 2028, more than 30 companies will be analyzed, including well-known metal 3D printer manufacturers EOS, Concept Laser, Arcam AB and so on.



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