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Top 3D Printing Companies

The global 3D printing market reached a value of US$ 16 Billion in 2021. As per the analysis by IMARC Group, the top 3D printing companies are increasingly focusing on various research and development (R&D) activities to develop complex and differentiated products. For instance, the production of prosthetic parts with biological materials, including bone, skin, and cartilage, for use in the healthcare industry.  In addition, key manufacturers are introducing metal 3D printing technologies, such as binder jetting used in manufacturing light aircraft structures, frames, and parts, which reduce the overall time and production costs. On account of these factors, the market value is expected to reach US$ 57.1 Billion by 2027, exhibiting a CAGR of 24.1% during 2022-2027.

3D Printing Companies

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Top 10 Biggest 3D Printing Companies in the World:

Stratasys Limited

Establishment: 1989
Headquarter: Israel
Website: https://www.stratasys.com/

Stratasys is one of the top companies that are at the forefront of 3D printing technology. It caters to various end-use industries, including aerospace, automotive, medical startup, as well as tech giants. It also provides decades of knowledge, consulting, training, workflow management, and end-to-end support. Moreover, the company is known for its efficient work and reduced costs across operations.

3D Systems, Inc.

Establishment: 1986
Headquarter: California, United States
Website: https://www.3dsystems.com/

The company has been leading additive manufacturing innovation since its inception. Its portfolio includes hardware, software, and material solutions that span from plastics to metals, and is backed by industry-specific engineering expertise housed in the application innovation group. It also offers a combination of solutions, expertise, and innovation that helps users defy conventional manufacturing limitations and maximize the value of additive manufacturing.

Materialise NV

Establishment: 1990
Headquarter: Leuven, Belgium
Website: https://www.materialise.com/en

Materialize NV has combined the largest group of software developers in the industry with one of the largest 3D printing facilities in the world to enable new users for the extraordinary potential that 3D printing offers. The company has created a range of software solutions and 3D printing services to form the backbone of the 3D printing industry. It also enables players in healthcare, automotive, aerospace, art and design, and consumer goods to build innovative 3D printing applications that is empowering customers to transition toward a digital manufacturing process.

EOS GmbH

Establishment: 1989
Headquarter: Krailling, Germany
Website: https://www.eos.info/en

EOS is the leading technology provider worldwide for industrial 3D printing of metals and plastics. The company provides responsible manufacturing solutions via industrial 3D printing technology to manufacturers across the globe. It connects high-quality production efficiency with its pioneering innovation and sustainable practices. Today, the company’s industrial 3D printing systems make it possible to respond quickly to the demands of volatile markets and address trends like the increasing customization of end products.

General Electric Company

Establishment: 1892
Headquarter: New York, United States
Website: https://www.ge.com/additive/

GE is a world leader in metal additive design and manufacturing, which is transforming businesses. From Thomas Alva Edison’s first incandescent light bulb to the latest jet engine brimming with internet-connected sensors and 3D-printed parts, GE has pioneered technologies that have spurred world-transforming changes and improved the lives of billions. It includes additive machine brands Concept Laser and Arcam EBM along with additive powder supplier AP&C. Moreover, the company also utilizes 3D printing to print ultrasound transducers, which involves Piezoelectrics, matching layers, and adhesive joints between.

The ExOne Company

Establishment: 1995
Headquarter: Pennsylvania, the United States
Website: https://www.exone.com/

ExOne has been the global leader in industrial 3D printing systems company in the United States for more than 20 years. The company aims to solve the toughest problems of its customers through agile, innovative 3D printing solutions. It uses Binder Jetting technology, an additive manufacturing process, to selectively join a binding agent with industrial-grade powder particles. It also created a custom finished product from a 3D CAD file using metal, sand, or ceramic materials.

Voxeljet AG

Establishment: 1999
Headquarter: Friedberg, Germany
Website: https://www.voxeljet.com/

Voxeljet AS is a global innovator and technology driver for advanced 3D printing systems and solutions in production environments. The company is equipped with state-of-the-art binder jet components and seamlessly integrated into partially or fully automated production systems. It is also sustainably shifting the economic parameters and possible applications of additive manufacturing in the industry.

Hewlett Packard (HP) Enterprise Company

Establishment: 1939
Headquarter: California, United States
Website: https://www.hp.com/us-en/  

HP aims to create technology that makes life better for everyone, everywhere across the globe. HP Personalization has partnered with 3D printing to make any idea, large or small, simple or complex, a reality. Furthermore, HP MJF 3D printing technology can unlock new possibilities that complement CNC, injection molding, as well as additive manufacturing, and powder-based technologies.

SLM Solutions Group AG

Establishment: 2006
Headquarter: Lubeck, Germany
Website: https://www.slm-solutions.com/

SLM Solutions Group is one of the leading providers of industrial metal 3D printing machines focused on metal additive manufacturing and multi-laser technology. They find applications across end-use industries including, aerospace and defense, automotive, energy, healthcare, tooling, and research. SLM Solutions also provides consultation, installation, maintenance, training, and other learning opportunities for customers to harness the capabilities and exercise best practices with selective laser melting.

EnvisionTEC

Establishment: 2002
Headquarter: Michigan, the United States
Website: https://envisiontec.com/

EnvisionTEC offers a wide variety of 3D printing systems with the ability to mass-produce polymer parts. ETEC printers deliver parts with exceptional accuracy, superior part properties, fine feature detail, and a smooth surface finish. They also provide scale and cost that are competitive with traditional manufacturing techniques like injection molding.

Proto Labs, Inc.

Establishment: 1999
Headquarter: Minnesota, United States
Website: https://www.protolabs.com/

Proto Labs, Inc. is the world's fastest digital manufacturing source for rapid prototyping and on-demand production.  The company offers a wide range of 3D printers with reduced cost and increased speed to market. It ensures accuracy and repeatability in producing highly precise parts. At Protolabs, additive manufacturing is designed for functional prototypes, complex designs, and production components within a day.  

CleanGreen3D (Mcor Technologies Limited)

Establishment: 2019
Headquarter: Dublin, Ireland
Website: https://cleangreen3d.com/

CleanGreen3D is an Irish company that bought the assets and IP of the former Mcor Technologies Limited, an innovative manufacturer of the world’s most affordable, full-color, and eco-friendly 3D printers. It makes use of ordinary business letters and A4 papers as build material. With a talented team of specialists in the area of 3Dprinting, software, and CAD/CAM, the company’s vision is to make 3D printing more accessible to everyone by rendering durable, stable, and tactile models.

Optomec, Inc.

Establishment: 1982
Headquarter: New Mexico, United States
Website: https://optomec.com/

Optomec, Inc. offers production equipment and digital solutions such as 3D printed metal, 3D printed electronics, for the digital age. It aims to reduce lifecycle costs for long-term asset management. The company also enables customers to not only print full 3D parts but also add materials onto existing 3D parts that were produced using conventional manufacturing methods.

Groupe Gorge

Establishment: 1990
Headquarter: Paris, France
Website: https://www.groupe-gorge.com/en/

The industrial group specializes in high technology and is imbued with a strong entrepreneurial culture. It is one of the leading players in its high-tech markets and operates around the world in innovative and growth sectors such as drones, robotics, engineering, and protection systems. Moreover, the company is enabling major players to find routes to successful production processes by providing 3D printers and new premium materials.

Ultimaker BV

Establishment: 2011
Headquarter: Utrecht, Netherlands
Website: https://ultimaker.com/

Ultimaker is the market leader in desktop 3D printing that has built an open and easy-to-use solution of 3D printers, software, and materials. It is increasing business flexibility and continuity by 3D printing parts with software trusted by over 800,000 users. Their easy-to-use FFF desktop 3D printers can save time and money while streamlining the workflow and delivering the quality results that are expected.

Renishaw Plc

Establishment: 1973
Headquarter: Wotton-under-Edge, United Kingdom
Website: https://www.renishaw.com/en/renishaw-enhancing-efficiency-in-manufacturing-and-healthcare--1030Baxter

Renishaw is a systems manufacturer and solutions provider for additive manufacturing (AM) or 3D printing. It is one of the leading manufacturers of advanced metal additive manufacturing systems and an expert provider of customer-tailored solutions. The company makes use of thin layers of materials to create complex shapes, which cannot be produced by ‘traditional’ techniques such as casting, forging, and machining.

Beijing Tiertime Technology Corporation Limited

Establishment: 2010
Headquarter: Beijing, China
Website: https://www.tiertime.com/

Tiertime Strives to deliver additive manufacturing solutions to a wide variety of fields such as science, mechanical engineering, industrial design, low-volume manufacturing, and education. The company is China’s first 3D printer manufacturer that launched the nation’s entry into the additive manufacturing age with the Inspire industrial line It is also redefining industry standards for functionality, safety, and performance within its price category by making innovations in Perf Board to the UP mini 2, BOX+’s HEPA filtration with activated carbon.

XYZprinting, Inc.

Establishment: 2013
Headquarter: Taiwan
Website: https://www.xyzprinting.com/en-US/home

 XYZprinting, Inc. is one of the leading global providers of comprehensive 3D printing solutions. The company offers desktop 3D printing products and services and is venturing into the industrial additive manufacturing arena. Moreover, XYZprinting is backed by the world’s leading electronic manufacturing conglomerate, New Kinpo Group, which earns more than 36 billion dollars in revenues annually and has more than 8,500 engineers in research and development across four continents.

 

About IMARC Group: IMARC Group is a leading market research and consulting company that offers management strategy and market research worldwide. The company has done multiple projects on the 3D printing industry, which has enabled clients to set up and expand their businesses successfully. Some of the company’s offerings include:

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  • Innovation and Product Development