China’s Growing 3D Printing Ecosystem

The Chinese 3D printing market is still at an early stage. In 2013, nearly 60% of China’s 3D printer production was for export, while Chinese 3D printer makers shipped only 8,743 printers, generating $33 million in revenue domestically. The automotive sector was the largest application segment, at $...

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