The 3D Printing Medical Devices market is projected to reach USD 5.1 billion by 2026 from USD 2.4 billion in 2021, at a CAGR of 16.3% during the forecast period.
Growth of the market is mainly attributed to technological advancements; growing public and private investments and funding are driving the global 3D Printing Medical Devices market. However, complex regulatory frameworks that delay the approval of new 3D Printing Medical Devices is expected to challenge market growth to a certain extent.
In terms of component, software & services segment to register significant growth during the forecast period
Based on the component, the 3D printing medical devices market is segmented equipment, materials, and software & services. Materials include plastics and biocompatible resins, polymers, metals and metal alloys, ceramics, wax, and other biomaterials.
3D printing medical device vendors are gaining significant profits from services when compared to the sales of printers and materials. In order to sustain in this highly competitive market, several vendors offer pay-as-you-go subscription services. Thus rising number of 3D printing service provider have led to the growth of Software and services segment.
In terms application, customizable prosthetics and implants segment to register significant growth during the forecast period
Based on the application, the 3D Printing Medical Devices market is segmented into surgical guides, surgical instruments, standard prosthetics and implants, custom prosthetics and implants, tissue-engineered products, hearing aids, wearable medical devices/implantable medical devices, and other medical devices. The customizable prosthetics and implants segment accounted for a larger share in the market in 2020. The use of 3D printing in CMF implants is increasing in the medical and dental fields. Using this technology, bioresorbable and small plates and screws are fixed, which help maintain the 3D shape of the bone in the craniofacial skeleton. These implants can be manufactured quickly and cost-effectively, and are sterilizable.
Laser beam melting (LBM) segment is expected to account for the largest share of the 3D Printing Medical Devices market, by the architecture
On the basis of technology, the 3D Printing Medical Devices market has been segmented into electron beam melting (EBM), laser beam melting (LBM), photopolymerization, droplet deposition or extrusion-based technologies, three-dimensional printing (3DP) or adhesion bonding, and other technologies. The LBM market is further segmented into direct metal laser sintering (DMLS), selective laser melting (SLM), selective laser sintering (SLS), and LaserCUSING.
LBM is the most commonly used technology for the manufacture of metal and plastic parts, such as small-sized prosthetics or implants, surgical instruments, and porous scaffolds in tissue engineering. It is the best-suited technology for the production of small parts, such as dental copings and hybrid parts of machines for minimally invasive surgery, due to its high accuracy. The growth of this segment is attributed to suitability for a wide range of materials available for 3D printing, and it does not require post-processing of materials.
Asia Pacific market is expected to grow at the highest CAGR during the forecast period
The Asia Pacific market is estimated to grow at the highest CAGR during the forecast period majorly due to growth of 3D printing service providers and favourable investments scenario and evolving healthcare infrastructure in China, Japan, and India.
Key Topics Covered:
2 Research Methodology
3 Executive Summary
4 Premium Insights 4.1 3D Printing Medical Devices Market Overview 4.2 Asia-Pacific 3D Printing Medical Devices Market, by Country and Component 4.3 3D Printing Medical Devices Market Share, by End-User 4.4 Geographical Snapshot of the 3D Printing Medical Devices Market
5 Market Overview 5.1 Introduction 5.2 Market Dynamics 5.2.1 Drivers 220.127.116.11 Increasing Public-Private Funding for 3D Printing Activities 18.104.22.168 High Incidence of Orthopedic and Dental Diseases 22.214.171.124 Easy Development of Customized Medical Products Using 3D Printing 126.96.36.199 Growing Applications of 3D Printing in the Healthcare Industry 188.8.131.52 Availability of Advanced 3D Printing Materials for Dental and Medical Applications 184.108.40.206 Increasing Demand for 3D-Printed Products in Cosmetology and the Pharmaceutical Industry 5.2.2 Restraints 220.127.116.11 Shortage of a Skilled Workforce Due to Limited Specialized Training in Additive Manufacturing 18.104.22.168 Stringent Regulatory Process for the Approval of 3D-Printed Medical Devices 5.2.3 Opportunities 22.214.171.124 Direct Digital Manufacturing 126.96.36.199 Increasing Adoption of CAD/CAM Technology and Desktop Printers 188.8.131.52 Consolidation of Dental Laboratories and Hospitals 184.108.40.206 Growing Demand for Organ Transplants 220.127.116.11 Expiry of Key Patents in the 3D Printing Industry 5.2.4 Challenges 18.104.22.168 High Capital Investment and Operating Costs 22.214.171.124 Rising Number of Large Medical Practices 126.96.36.199 Socio-Ethical Concerns Related to the Use of 3D-Printed Products 5.3 Porter's Five Forces Analysis 5.4 Patent Analysis 5.5 Value Chain Analysis 5.6 Ecosystem Map 5.7 Pricing Analysis 5.8 COVID-19 Impact on the 3D Printing Medical Devices Market 5.9 Evolution of 3D Printing Technology in the Dental and Medical Sector 5.10 Regulatory Landscape 5.11 Australia
6 3D Printing Medical Devices Market, by Application
7 3D Printing Medical Devices Market, by Component
8 3D Printing Medical Devices Market, by Technology
9 3D Printing Medical Devices Market, by End-User
10 3D Printing Medical Devices Market, by Region
11 Competitive Landscape
12 Company Profiles 12.1 Major Players 12.1.1 Stratasys Ltd. 12.1.2 3D Systems Corporation 12.1.3 Materialise NV 12.1.4 GE Additive 12.1.5 Renishaw 12.2 Other Players 12.2.1 Envisiontec 12.2.2 Prodways Group 12.2.3 SLM Solutions Group AG 12.2.4 Cellink 12.2.5 Organovo Holdings, Inc. 12.2.6 EOS GmbH 12.2.7 Formlabs 12.2.8 Carbon, Inc. 12.2.9 3T Additive Manufacturing Ltd. 12.2.10 Biomedical Modeling, Inc. 12.2.11 Other Companies 188.8.131.52 Dentsply Sirona, Inc. 184.108.40.206 Roland DG 220.127.116.11 DWS Systems SRL 18.104.22.168 regenHU 22.214.171.124 HP Inc.
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