World 3D Printing Healthcare Market - Opportunities and Forecasts, 2016 - 2020

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3D printing (3DP) also known as additive manufacturing (AM) is a technique for converting virtual 3-D models into real time 3-D objects. In healthcare sector, 3-D printing is used to create medical implants, prosthesis parts and many other body parts. Technologies such as laser beam melting, stereolithography, electron beam melting, photo polymerization, droplet deposition, laminated object manufacturing and more are used for 3D printing in healthcare sector. The printer used in this sector prints the object or part layer by layer with help of the above technologies. 3D printings of heart, liver, lungs and many more helps to understand the critical health situation of person before any surgery.

 

The world 3D printing healthcare market was evaluated at $579.0 million in 2014 and is estimated to garner $2,363.8 million by 2020, registering a CAGR of 26.2% during the forecast period 2016- 2020. This market is expected to witness significant growth during the forecast period on account of the numerous technological innovations in this sector. In addition, augmented R&D investments, rapidly expanding customer base, increasing scope of biomedical applications, and extensive research and development activities at the academic and industrial level have fueled the market growth. Furthermore, collaborations between academic institutions and companies to accelerate the process of product development has supplemented the market growth. However, absence of a structured regulatory framework, unfavorable reimbursement policies, high costs associated with printers, copyright & patent infringement concerns, biocompatibility issues of 3D printed medical devices, and limited technical expertise are the major factor hampering the growth of the market.

As of 2016, Stratasys Ltd. (Israel & U.S.) held the leadership position in the global 3D printing medical devices market. Over the past three years, the company adopted new product launches; distribution agreements, partnerships, and collaborations; and acquisitions as its key growth strategies to ensure its dominance in the market. In addition, 3D Systems Corporation (U.S.), EnvisionTEC GmbH (Germany), EOS GmbH Electro Optical Systems (Germany), Renishaw plc (U.K.), Materialise NV (Belgium), 3T RPD, Ltd. (U.K.), Arcam AB (Sweden), Concept Laser GmbH (Germany), and Prodways (France) are some of the other key players in this market.

 


Chapter: 1 Overview

1.1 Report narrative
1.2 Important benefits
1.3 Important marketplace segments
1.4 Research methodology

1.4.1 Secondary research
1.4.2 Primary research
1.4.3 Forecaster tools and models

 

Chapter: 2 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

2.1 CXO perspective
2.2 Market beyond: what to expect by 2020

2.2.1 Base case scenario
2.2.2 Fast growth scenario
2.2.3 Serious growth scenario

 

Chapter: 3 MARKET OVERVIEW

3.1 Market definition and scope
3.2 Conventional versus 3D printing technology
3.3 Latest developments in 3D healthcare printing technology
3.4 Important findings

3.4.1 Top investment pockets
3.4.2 Top winning strategies

3.5 Ethical and legal concerns
3.6 Porters five force analysis

3.6.1 Bargaining power of sellers
3.6.2 Bargaining power of customers
3.6.3 Risk of alternates
3.6.4 Risk of new competitors
3.6.5 Competitive rivalry

3.7 Value Chain Analysis

3.7.1 Main activities
3.7.2 Supportive activities

3.8 Market share analysis of world 3D healthcare printing market (2016)
3.9 Patent analysis
3.10 Marketplace dynamics

3.10.1 Drivers
3.10.2 Limitations
3.10.3 Prospects

 

Chapter: 4 WORLD 3D PRINTING HEALTHCARE MARKET, BY COMPONENT 2016-2020

4.1 Overview

4.1.1 Marketplace scope & projections

4.2 System

4.2.1 Important Marketplace Movements
4.2.2 Critical expansion strategies and projections
4.2.3 Marketplace scope & projections

4.3 Materials

4.3.1 Important Marketplace Movements
4.3.2 Critical expansion strategies and projections
4.3.3 Marketplace scope & projections
4.3.4 Polymers

4.3.4.1 Photopolymers
4.3.4.2 Thermoplastics

4.3.5 Metals and Alloys
4.3.6 Ceramics
4.3.7 Others

4.4 Services

4.4.1 Important Marketplace Movements
4.4.2 Critical expansion strategies and projections
4.4.3 Marketplace scope & projections

 

Chapter: 5 WORLD 3D PRINTING HEALTHCARE MARKET, BY TECHNOLOGY 2016-2020

5.1 Overview

5.1.1 Marketplace scope & projections

5.2 Droplet deposition

5.2.1 Important Marketplace Movements
5.2.2 Critical expansion strategies and projections
5.2.3 Marketplace scope & projections
5.2.4 Fused deposition modeling (FDM) technology
5.2.5 Low-temperature Deposition Manufacturing (LDM)
5.2.6 Multiphase Jet Solidification (MJS)

5.3 Photopolymerization

5.3.1 Important Marketplace Movements
5.3.2 Critical expansion strategies and projections
5.3.3 Marketplace scope & projections
5.3.4 Stereolithography (SLA)
5.3.5 Continuous Liquid Interface Production (CLIP)
5.3.6 Two-Photon Polymerization (2PP)

5.4 Laser beam melting

5.4.1 Important Marketplace Movements
5.4.2 Critical expansion strategies and projections
5.4.3 Marketplace scope & projections
5.4.4 Selective laser sintering (SLS)
5.4.5 Selective laser melting (SLM)
5.4.6 Direct metal laser sintering (DMLS)

5.5 Electron beam melting (EBM)

5.5.1 Important Marketplace Movements
5.5.2 Critical expansion strategies and projections
5.5.3 Marketplace scope & projections

5.6 Laminated object manufacturing (LOM)

5.6.1 Important Marketplace Movements
5.6.2 Critical expansion strategies and projections
5.6.3 Marketplace scope & projections

5.7 Others

5.7.1 ColorJet printing
5.7.2 MultiJet printing
5.7.3 Marketplace scope & projections

 

Chapter: 6 WORLD 3D PRINTING HEALTHCARE MARKET, BY APPLICATION 2016-2020

6.1 Outline

6.1.1 Marketplace scope & projections

6.2 External wearable devices

6.2.1 Important Marketplace Movements
6.2.2 Critical expansion strategies and projections
6.2.3 Marketplace scope & projections
6.2.4 Hearing aids
6.2.5 Prosthesis and orthotics
6.2.6 Dental products

6.3 Clinical study devices

6.3.1 Important Marketplace Movements
6.3.2 Critical expansion strategies and projections
6.3.3 Marketplace scope & projections
6.3.4 Drug testing
6.3.5 Anatomical models

6.4 Implants

6.4.1 Important Marketplace Movements
6.4.2 Critical expansion strategies and projections
6.4.3 Marketplace scope & projections
6.4.4 Surgical guides
6.4.5 Cranio-maxillofacial implants
6.4.6 Orthopedic implants

6.5 Tissue engineering

6.5.1 Important Marketplace Movements
6.5.2 Critical expansion strategies and projections
6.5.3 Marketplace scope & projections

 

Chapter: 7 WORLD 3D PRINTING HEALTHCARE MARKET BY END USER 2016-2020

7.1 Overview

7.1.1 Marketplace scope & projections

7.2 Medical and surgical centers

7.2.1 Important Marketplace Movements
7.2.2 Critical expansion strategies and projections
7.2.3 Marketplace scope & projections

7.3 Pharma and biotech companies

7.3.1 Important Marketplace Movements
7.3.2 Critical expansion strategies and projections
7.3.3 Marketplace scope & projections

7.4 Academic institutions

7.4.1 Important Marketplace Movements
7.4.2 Critical expansion strategies and projections
7.4.3 Marketplace scope & projections

 

Chapter: 8 WORLD 3D PRINTING HEALTHCARE MARKET BY GEOGRAPHY 2016-2020

8.1 Overview

8.1.1 Marketplace scope & projections

8.2 North America

8.2.1 Important Marketplace Movements
8.2.2 Critical expansion strategies and projections
8.2.3 Marketplace scope & projections

8.3 Asia-Pacific

8.3.1 Important Marketplace Movements
8.3.2 Critical expansion strategies and projections
8.3.3 Marketplace scope & projections

8.4 EMEA

8.4.1 Important Marketplace Movements
8.4.2 Critical expansion strategies and projections
8.4.3 Marketplace scope & projections

8.5 Latin America

8.5.1 Important Marketplace Movements
8.5.2 Critical expansion strategies and projections
8.5.3 Marketplace scope & projections

 

 


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