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3D printing has come a long way from the initial stages of production of simple plastic prototypes to produce fully functional components, including implants & prosthetics, complex mechanisms, batteries, robot, cloth, and food.
The Asia-Pacific 3D printing market was estimated to be at $XX million in 2018. This value is anticipated to reach $XX million by the end of 2027, owing to a CAGR rise of 17.90% over the forecast period 2019-2027.
Countries like China, India, Australia, South Korea, and Japan nearly make up xx% of the Asian market. The market is driven by factors like supportive government policies, growing industrial base, and large funding for research and development. Japan is expected to dominate the Asian market through its Technology Research Association for Future Additive Manufacturing (TRAFAM) programme.
Asia Pacific (APAC) is growing fast to become the epicenter of 3D printing technology, making the region an ineviTABLE player in the supply side. Asian countries have high metal consumption. This can be attributed to the fact that this region is home to the world’s fastest developing economies.
J Autodesk, Inc., ExOne Company, Voxeljet AG, 3D Systems, H?gan?s AB, Optomec, Inc., Stratasys Ltd., Arcam AB (General Electric), HP Inc., Organovo Holdings, Inc., and GE Additive are presently dominating the market.