COVID-19's Impact on the 3D Printing Market in Africa

COVID-19's Impact on the 3D Printing Market in Africa

This Market Perspective analyzes COVID-19's impact on the 3D printing market in Africa, highlighting the market's capabilities and limitations. Given the existing challenges on the continent, the pandemic is likely to accelerate adoption of 3D printing technology and create new opportunities for existing market stakeholders."The adoption of 3D print technology across Africa region has been slow over the last few years, with applications limited to uses cases such as concept modeling and functional prototyping. Given the 3D print market's high responsiveness and agility to fill in medical supply-chain gaps, COVID-19 will likely compel more businesses in Africa to reconsider their adoption of the technology and make a profound impact on disrupted supply chains." — Research Manager Samar El Sayed, IDC Middle East and Africa

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Executive Snapshot
New Market Developments and Dynamics
3D Printing Market Players Response to COVID-19
Global Businesses
3D Printer Vendors
Universities
Governments
Local Start-Ups
COVID-19: Amplifying Pre-Existing Market Challenges
Limited Adoption of 3D Printing Technologies
3D Printing Materials Unavailability and Rapid Prototyping
Absence of Regulatory Frameworks
Post COVID-19: Anticipated Opportunities
Potential Verticals Driving 3D Printing Growth
Agriculture
Healthcare
Manufacturing
3D Printing Materials
Conclusion
Advice for the Technology Supplier
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