||Andrea Loziuk (IDC)
| ||George Bulat (IDC Spokesperson)
International Data Corporation (IDC) announced today the release of the first two reports from its new research subscription service on the evolution and adoption of three-dimensional (3D) printing in Canada. Canadian Healthcare Use Cases for 3D Printing and 3D Printing in the Canadian Automotive Industry are published into the Canadian 3D Printing: Supply and Demand Perspectives report series, which examines how 3D printing technology is currently being used, the business benefits, and barriers to entry in key industries, while a forth coming report on the Canadian 3D printer market explores the competitive landscape. It aims to assist product, marketing and channel professionals with assessing opportunities within the rapidly emerging 3D printing market in Canada. Some key findings from IDC's new research include:
"Adoption of 3D printing, or additive manufacturing (AM), by the automotive industry is expected to have a significant impact on the Canadian economy, and has been identified as integral to the restoration of Canada's manufacturing sector," says George Bulat, Research Director for Client Hardware at IDC Canada. "Automakers can integrate AM into their supply chain, with low volume automotive parts manufacturers utilizing the technology to help lower production costs, allowing the manufacturers to compete more effectively," he says. "In regards to healthcare, the future of 3D printing in Canada is also promising, thanks to innovative applications at medical institutions and an emerging
supply chain opportunity for service bureaus."
ABOUT THE IDC RESEARCH
Canadian Healthcare Use Cases for 3D Printing (IDC#CA1C3D14) explores the adoption of 3D printing and discusses the prevailing market forces and specific technologies used. The key benefits of several use cases within medical and dental industries are highlighted in this document. The discussion also focuses on the general awareness of 3D printing technology and potential barriers to entry, weighing apparent benefits against the challenges of 3D printing adoption. This study concludes with essential guidance for buyers (including institutions, public agencies, and departments), as well as vendors and service providers.
3D Printing in the Canadian Automotive Industry (IDC# CA1C3D15) discusses the current state of usage of 3D printing in the different phases of automotive manufacturing by presenting examples from automaker Ford USA and OEM parts manufacturer Magna International. The discussion focuses on the apparent benefits of using 3D printing in each production phase, current challenges and considerations for automakers and parts suppliers, and opportunities that adoption of 3D printing technologies can create.
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