The global 3D Printed Jewelry Market in 2019 was approximately USD 5,650 million. The market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 13% and is anticipated to reach around USD 5,650 million by 2026.

3D printing, also referred to as additive manufacturing, is a type of manufacturing process in which material or powder is deposited and solidified to create a three-dimensional product. The 3D printer uses a Computer-aided design (CAD) software for creating a 3D model. In 3D printing, the material is added together layer by layer. A key advantage of 3D printing is it can be used for producing complex geometries, which are difficult for producing using hand. This method can also be used for producing hollow parts as well as parts with internal truss structures.

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The 3D printed jewelry market is segmented based on type, application, and region. On the basis of type segmentation, the market is classified into gold, silver, brass, bronze, and others. In terms of application segmentation, the market is bifurcated into stereolithography (SLA), fused depositing modeling (FDM), selective laser sintering (SLS), digital light processing (DLP), and others.

The 3D printed jewelry market research report delivers an acute valuation and taxonomy of the 3D printed jewelry industry by practically splitting the market on the basis of different types, applications, industry verticals, and regions. Through the analysis of the historical and projected trends, all the segments and sub-segments were evaluated through the bottom-up approach, and different market sizes have been projected for FY 2020 to FY 2026.

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Top Market Players

Some of the essential players operating in the 3D printed jewelry market, but not restricted to include Mizaroh, Precious Upload & Print, GUY & MAX, Nervous System, RADIAN, Diana Law, Isharya, American Pearl, Anna, Pipa + Belle, Melorra, among others.