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New additive manufacturing report predicts $17B industry shift by 2032

In a study released by Additive Manufacturing Research, the report titled "Additive Manufacturing in the Energy Sector: Market Analysis & Forecast" has forecasted a surge in market activity, from $2.6 billion in 2023 to a projected $17 billion by 2032.

3D-printed parts set to surge to $119B by 2032 — AM Research

Additive Manufacturing Research has recently published a study affirming the optimistic future for prominent additive manufacturing (AM) technologies. The findings indicate that these technologies are...

Additive Manufacturing Research flags $3.2B standstill in Q3 2023 growth

In a report released by Additive Manufacturing Research (AMR), the global additive manufacturing (AM) market has faced a one per cent estimated sequential decline in the third quarter of 2023 compared to the previous quarter.

Metal 3D printing market projected to reach $5.4B in 2023 amid economic challenges, says...

The seventh edition of Additive Manufacturing Research's "Metal AM Markets: 2023" report has forecasted that the metal 3D printing market will reach $5.4 billion in 2023, including $3.2 billion for contract services, $1.3 billion for hardware, and $920 million for materials.

Additive Manufacturing Research: 3D printing markets hit $3.52B in Q2 2023 amid economic challenges

Additive Manufacturing Research, previously SmarTech Analysis, has reported that the global additive manufacturing (AM) market experienced modest sequential growth of less than one per cent in the second quarter of 2023 compared to the previous quarter, with the total market estimated at $3.52 billion. 
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