3D Printing Systems in Healthcare, Forecast to 2020

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Internal anatomy varies by shape and size based on factors such as gender, age, ethnicity, and body type. However, due to economies of scale, most implant manufacturers produce a range of standard sizes and assume that these implants will address the broadest range of patients’ needs. This “few sizes fit all” philosophy can result in mismatched sizes—leading to complications such as post-operative pain, implant failure, and infection. With the advent of 3D printing, an implant can be tailor-made to the exact shape required by an individual—ensuring a greater degree of fit and function. The key market drivers of 3D printing in healthcare include the growing demand for patient-specific products in orthopedics, dental, and maxillofacial surgery; enhanced productivity leading to reduced waiting periods for devices; and diminishing cost barriers associated with traditional product manufacturing.

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary
Summary of Market Findings
Summary of Market Findings
CEO’s Perspective
Big Themes in 3D Printing
2. Introduction to 3D Printing
What is 3D Printing?
Evolution of 3D Printing in Healthcare
3D Printing—Technologies
3D Printing—Raw Materials
Additive Manufacturing Design Cycle
3. Benefits of 3D Printing in Healthcare
Benefits of 3D Printing
4. 3D Printing Applications in Healthcare
Primary Applications for Additive Manufacturing Technology
Current Applications
Promising Applications
5. Market Size and Growth Trends
Global 3D Printing Market Size and Forecast
3D Printing Healthcare Percent Revenue Breakdown by Application
Revenue Breakdown by Country
Revenue Breakdown by Business Segment
3D Printing Healthcare—Market Revenue Forecast
Drivers and Restraints
Market Drivers
Growing demand for patient-specific products in orthopedics, dental, and maxillofacial surgery
Enhanced productivity leading to reduced waiting period for devices
3D printing reducing the cost barriers associated with traditional product manufacturing, leading to increased access
Improving government funds and research grants for the R&D of 3D printing technology
3D printing of human tissues is the most promising prospect of this technology
Market Restraints
Partial (or no) reimbursement for 3D-printed implants and other devices
Lack of a regulatory framework expected to delay widespread acceptance
Issues related to cybersecurity and intellectual property need to be addressed for 3D printing to get into mass production
Low awareness about the utility of 3D-printed products leading to slower adoption
Production time will depend on the number of layers to be printed - this can last for hours/days
6. Competitive Landscape
Leading Companies by Revenue
Leading Companies by Technology and Application
Process/Material Matrix
Technology/Material Matrix
Select Company Profiles
Companies to Watch
7. Product Timeline and Barriers to Adoption
3D Printing Product Timeline
Barriers to Adoption
8. Growth Opportunities and Companies to Action
Growth Opportunity
High Opportunity
Medium Opportunity
Low Opportunity
Growth Opportunity
9. Regulatory Framework (FDA) and Challenges
Regulatory Framework in the United States
Regulatory Framework—FDA-approved Products
Regulatory Framework Challenges
10. Cybersecurity and Intellectual Property Challenges
Cybersecurity—Challenges and Strategic Considerations
Intellectual Property Challenges
Intellectual Property Strategic Considerations
11. 3D Printing Business Models
Emerging Business Models and Use Cases
12. Case Study
Case Study—Digital Dentistry: Invasalign
Case Study—Orthopaedic Implant: Smith & Nephew
13. Conclusion
Conclusion
3D Printing Strategic Framework
Legal Disclaimer
14. The Frost & Sullivan Story


List of Figures & Charts

1. 3D Printing Market: Key Market Drivers and Restraints, Global, 2016–2020


1. 3D Printing Market: Market Size and Forecast, Global, 2015–2020
2. 3D Printing Market: Percent Revenue Breakdown by Application, Global, 2015
3. 3D Printing Market: Revenue Breakdown by Country, Global, 2015
4. 3D Printing Market: Revenue Breakdown by Business Segment, Global, 2015
5. 3D Printing Market: Revenue Forecast, Global, 2015–2020



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