Frequently Asked Questions:
The COVID-19 pandemic has had a mixed impact on the global 3D printing metals market. On the one hand, the pandemic has disrupted global supply chains and caused a slowdown in industrial activity, leading to a decrease in demand for 3D printing metals. On the other hand, the pandemic has also highlighted the importance of local manufacturing and supply chain resilience, which has led to an increased interest in 3D printing as a way to produce critical parts and components locally.
North America accounted for the most heightened share in the global 3D Printing Metals market.
Advancements in 3D printing technologies and materials, making it more efficient and cost-effective and Increasing adoption of 3D printing in various industries such as aerospace, automotive, healthcare, and manufacturing.
The Powder segment had a major share in the global market in 2022.
The Titanium segment had a major share in the global market.