traditional vs 3dprint

From the report, "It is not unreasonable, based on the current applications for dental 3D printing and 3D print technology, to expect that over 60 percent of all dental restorations, models, and care components will be created by a 3D printer within ten years. "

The report indicates that the industry will grow from $1 billion dollars in 2014 to $4 billion in four years (2020), with the majority of growth in the service and outsourcing sectors. They also note that total sales of 3D printing systems to dental labs or professionals, which is currently at $240 million, will double by 2020.

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