Healthcare sector financials

Average Mkt Cap
#26 of 49
$12.8 B
Average CAGR
#22 of 49
20.6 %
3D printing can be used to create personalized prosthetics, tailored to the specific needs of each patient. In the future, 3D printing may be used to create entire organs for transplant, using a patient's own cells to reduce the risk of rejection. NASA is exploring the use of 3D printing to produce medical supplies during long-term space missions, where resupply missions are not feasible.

0 FDA approvals in 3D Printing

Revolutionizing Healthcare with 3D Printing

Customized 3D-printed implants

"3D printing technology has advanced significantly over the past few years, allowing for the creation of highly customized implants and devices that can be tailored to fit individual patients' anatomical structures." - Biotechnology Advances, May 29, 2020 [2].

Bioprinting: The future of regenerative medicine

"Bioprinting, the process of 3D printing living tissue structures, is an emerging technology with the potential to revolutionize regenerative medicine. By printing patient-specific tissue structures, bioprinting could one day allow for the creation of replacement organs and tissues on demand." - Nature Biotechnology, January 15, 2021 [3].

Cost-effective prosthetics

"3D printing has the potential to significantly reduce the cost of prosthetic devices, making them more accessible to a larger patient population. Customizable and affordable 3D-printed prosthetics can greatly improve the quality of life for individuals with limb loss or other physical disabilities." - Journal of Rehabilitation and Assistive Technologies Engineering, July 1, 2020 [4].

Medical training and education

"3D printing is also playing a key role in medical training and education, with the ability to create accurate anatomical models for surgical planning and practice. These models can be customized to represent specific pathologies, providing a valuable tool for improving surgical precision and patient outcomes." - Journal of Surgical Education, November 30, 2020 [5].

Investor sentiment

ForbesJune 2021

"...The 3D printing market is expected to continue to grow rapidly, driven by an increasing demand for personalized solutions and the cost-effectiveness of 3D printing compared to traditional manufacturing methods."

Business WireJune 2021

"...The global 3D printing in market is expected to grow at a CAGR of over 20% during the forecast period 2021-2025, driven by the increasing adoption of 3D printing in the industry to develop customized medical devices and implants, and the increasing investment in R&D activities by organizations."

Sector leaders


    Founded in 2011, Formlabs is a Somerville, Massachusetts-based 3D printing technology developer. The company has launched several products and is working on a wide range of innovations to advance the use of 3D printing in healthcare.


    Carbon is a 3D printing technology developer based in Redwood City, California. The company specializes in additive manufacturing technology and is focused on developing new applications in healthcare.
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