Ultimaker Study Suggests COVID-19 Increased Worldwide 3D Printing Adoption

  • Ultimaker Study Suggests COVID-19 Increased Worldwide 3D Printing Adoption

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    Ultimaker has released their 2021 3D Printing Sentiment Index (3DPSI), showing that awareness and adoption of 3D printing went up during 2020, and that companies used it in a more integrated way. While the study doesn’t delve into the reasons behind these developments, Ultimaker anecdotally linked them to the challenges posed by Covid19 and a disrupted global supply chain.

    The 3DPSI covers three broad categories: sentiment, awareness, and adoption. Awareness covers how much people know about 3D printing, sentiment covers whether people feel 3D printing is or will be useful, and adoption covers how much people are already using it at their workplaces.

    This year’s 3DPSI was conducted online by independent research firm Savanta in December 2020. It polled 2,525 professionals across diverse fields like healthcare, manufacturing, architecture and education. These professionals came from twelve “key markets” across the world: the US, Mexico, United Kingdom, Germany, France, Switzerland, Italy, the Netherlands, China, Japan, South Korea and Australia. Both South Korea and Australia were new this year

    The 3DPSI surveyed 12 3D printing markets across the globe and ranked their “health” (Image via Ultimaker).

    Overall, awareness of 3D printing went up

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