3D Bioprinting Market to grow by USD 2015.81 mn through 2023-2027 | Forecast and Trend Analysis
The Global 3D Bioprinting Market size is estimated to exhibit growth at a CAGR of 19.94% between 2022 and 2027 followed by revenue growth of USD 2,015.81 million. Determinants of the market depend on several factors, such as the rising cost efficiency and enhanced productivity, the advancements in 3D bioprinting technology followed by the growing need for personalized or customized orthopedic devices.
3D Bioprinting Market Trends at a Glance
Navigating through the Emerging Trends to Impact Market Growth 3D Bioprinting Market: When it comes to the primary trend the focus is on fabricating complex tissues and multi-organ complexes is a prominent trend in the global 3D bioprinting as complex tissues that can be printed holds great promise for the future of personalized healthcare and regenerative medicine.
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Key Companies: Prominent names in this industry are 3D Bioprinting Solutions, 3D Systems Corp., Advanced Solutions Inc., Aspect Biosystems Ltd., BICO Group AB, CollPlant Biotechnologies Ltd., Cyfuse Biomedical K.K., Desktop Metal Inc., Foldink, GE Healthcare Technologies Inc., Hangzhou Jienuofei Biotechnology Co. Ltd., Inventia Life Science Pty Ltd., Organovo Holdings Inc., Pandorum Technologies Pvt. Ltd., Poietis, Precise Bio Inc., regenHU Ltd., and ROKIT Healthcare Inc., etc among others. Download Technavio's Sample Report for more insights which include qualitative and quantitative analyses of vendors with a wider understanding of the business ecosystem.
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Quick Info: The global 3D bioprinting market is being significantly ruled by the constant improvements in 3D bioprinting technologies, such as better bio-ink formulations, printing methods, and tissue engineering strategies.