Despite the COVID-19 effect, the global market for 3D printers is predicted to reach $39.9 billion by 2030, reflecting a CAGR of 20.4% from 2020 to 2030.
The 170-page “Global 3D Printers Market 2020-2030 by Printer Type (Industrial/Commercial 3D Printers, Consumer/Desktop 3D Printers), Material Form, Technology, End User, and Region: Trend Forecast and Growth Opportunity” report, which is highlighted by 82 tables and 80 figures, is based on a thorough analysis of the entire global 3D printers market and all of its sub-segments through extremely detailed classifications. Premium primary and secondary information sources are used to create in-depth research and evaluation, with input coming from business specialists working throughout the value chain.
With 2019 serving as the base year and estimates/forecasts encompassing 2020–2030, this research covers the historical period from 2015–2019. (Please note that the report will be updated before to delivery to ensure that the forecast includes at least 5 years beyond the base year and the most recent historical year serves as the base year.)
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The following elements are identified and examined in-depth qualitative analyses:
Porter’s Five Forces: Market Structure, Growth Drivers, Obstacles and Challenges, Emerging Product Trends and Market Opportunities
By taking COVID-19 into consideration, the trend and prognosis for the global market are predicted with an upbeat, fair-minded, and cautious viewpoint. The worldwide market for 3D printers is quantified from the viewpoints of printer type, material form, technology, end user, and region using the balanced (most probable) projection.
The worldwide market is divided into the following sub-markets based on printer type, with annual revenue for 2019–2030 mentioned in each part.
Consumer/desktop 3D printers and commercial and industrial 3D printers
The worldwide market is divided into the following sub-markets based on material form, with annual revenue for 2019–2030 mentioned in each part.
Printing supplies such as liquid, filament, and powder are available.
The worldwide market is divided into the following sub-markets based on technology, with annual revenue for 2019–2030 mentioned in each component.
Modeling of fused deposition (FDM)
Laser Selective Sintering (SLS)
Stereoscopic lithography (SLA)
Electronic Light Processing (DLP)
• Melting via Electron Beam (EBM)
Producing laminated objects (LOM)
• Additional Technology
The worldwide market is divided into the following sub-markets based on end user, with annual revenue for 2019–2030 provided in each component.
• Construction • Education • Food and Culinary • Other End Users • Automotive • Aerospace & Defense • Healthcare • Consumer Goods & Electronics • Industrial Manufacturing
Along with the above national/local markets, the following geographic areas are thoroughly investigated:
• APAC (Japan, China, South Korea, Australia, India, and Rest of APAC; Rest of APAC is further segmented into Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Thailand, New Zealand, Vietnam, and Sri Lanka)
In Europe (Germany, UK, France, Spain, Italy, Russia, Rest of Europe; Rest of Europe is further segmented into Belgium, Denmark, Austria, Norway, Sweden, The Netherlands, Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, and Romania)
• America, North (U.S., Canada, and Mexico)
Latin America (Brazil, Chile, Argentina, Rest of South America)
• RoW (Saudi Arabia, UAE, South Africa)
Market research and revenue information are provided for each of the aforementioned areas and nations for the years 2019 through 2030. Over the research years (2019-2030), a breakdown of all regional markets by country and a division of the largest national markets by printer type, technology, and end user are also provided.
The study also analyses the present competition landscape, the anticipated trend, and it provides profiles of major suppliers, including both established market leaders and significant up-and-coming companies.
Through GMD’s Risk Assessment System, possible risks related to investing in the worldwide 3D printing industry are evaluated quantitatively and qualitatively. Critical Success Factors (CSFs) are developed based on the risk analysis and assessment as a guide to assist investors and shareholders in identifying new possibilities, managing and minimising risks, developing suitable business models, and making informed strategies and choices.
Key Players (this list may not be exhaustive; other businesses may be included upon request):
Desktop Metal Arcam AB 3D Systems Corporation EOS GmbH Hewlett-Packard Inc., FlashForge Corporation, ExOne Co., Formlabs Inc., and Electro Optical Systems Inc.
3D printers Leapfrog Markforged Materialise NV
Printrbot, Mcor Technologies Ltd., and Proto Labs, Inc.
Shining 3D Robo
Group SLM Solutions AG
Studio Tinkerine Ltd.
XYZ Printing Inc. Ultimaker BV