3D Printing Industry has successfully published the first in its new series of industry reports for the Medical & Healthcare sector. The report has gone out to an unprecedented number of people that pre-ordered this industry-leading publication ahead of its release.
Available now, the report, produced by 3DPI in collaboration with world-leading 3D printing research firm Econolyst, provides one of the most reliable resources in the market based as it is on genuine and careful data collection combined with informed analysis in order to map future trends and opportunities within the medical and healthcare sector.
The 2013 Medical and Healthcare 3D Printing Report draws directly from recognised experts and technology adopters within the medical sector to put 3D printing clearly into context for the wide range of existing and potential applications of the technology across the medical industry as well as its value chain and supply chain.
With some truly revealing analysis, the report clearly demonstrates, by way of sector-based evidence and statistical data, where there is both market opportunity and market saturation.
According to Phil Reeves, the principle author of the report and Managing Director of Econolyst: “It should come as no surprise that the medical and healthcare sector already represents one of the strongest vertical markets for industrial 3D printing and additive manufacturing. And with the continued emergence of ‘digital healthcare’, where patients are benefiting from new automated scanning and diagnostic the future of 3D printed healthcare solutions is set to grow. What this report does is identify where there are real opportunities for the future quantified by realistic facts and figures.”
The report is proving to be equally of value to the investment community, technology & materials vendors, software developers, academics and businesses looking to assess the current status of 3D printing within the medical and healthcare sector.
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