SmarTech: 3D printing jewellery market to reach almost $1B opportunity in 2031

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A recent study by SmarTech Analysis titled, “3D Printing Jewelry Markets 2023: Market Study and Forecast” has found that the market for 3D printed jewellery will grow at a 10-year CAGR of 10 per cent from 2021 to 2031, from $489 million (AUD $701 million) in 2017 to $989 million (AUD $1.4 billion) in 2031.

According to the research, the direct production of precious metal jewellery is the most intriguing development in the additive manufacturing jewellery industry.

In particular, a thorough 10-year estimate of the AM jewellery market is included in this document, along with predictions for AM hardware, materials, software, and services.

To date, several manufacturers of metal binder jetting systems have expressed their intention to offer relatively affordable precious metal printing. 

This process could upend the historically high-priced direct jewellery market and pave the way for the widespread adoption of direct metal jewellery production, according to SmarTech.

The report profiles the major and notable AM technology and materials vendors, their competitive position, and their pertinent offerings and systems. 

It also examines in detail the technology landscape for both polymers and metals in the production of jewellery patterns, moulds, and directly printed jewellery.

ETEC (EnvisionTEC/Desktop Metal), 3D Systems, Digital Wax Systems (DWS), Desktop Metal, and Hewlett Packard are a few of the significant suppliers highlighted in the said research.

Meanwhile, SolidScape, Formlabs, EOS, GE Additive, and Sisma are also included in the forecast.