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Spending on 3D printers in Asia-Pacific markets, including Australia and New Zealand, is set to reach US$1.4 billion in 2018, up from $101 million this year, according to research from Gartner.

China and mature Asia-Pacific nations such as Australia and New Zealand, will lead the way in coming years, Gartner says.

“The growth is driven by private and public-sector organisations,” says researcher Pete Basiliere.

He said the entry of new technology providers based in Asia that offer “powder bed fusion” and “directed-energy deposition” technologies will expand the enterprise 3D printer market from 2017.

“The new providers will, for the first time, come from outside of the Greater China and Japan regions as start-ups in the mature and emerging Asia-Pacific regions come to market,” he said.
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