Thanks to 3D printing, the terms innovation and strategy have got a new dimension all together. Also known as additive manufacturing, the technique of 3D printing is mainly employed in end-user industries such as, aerospace & defense, medical, and automotive, among others, with aerospace & defense being the largest user of 3D printing, followed by automotive. It is also proving to be an asset for the medical industry, as it can be used in various types of implants and other surgical operations. Moreover, powder-based printers are being used widely nowadays, mainly due to their characteristics like durability and high compressibility, thereby triggering the market growth for 3D printing powders.Key Drivers and OpportunitiesAdvancements in technology, increased focus new product launches and on investments in R&D of powder-based printing, easy availability of metal and non-metal epoxy powder coating factory, and expiry of patents are expected to escalate the market growth even further. Aerospace & defense being the prominent end-user of 3D printing powder, mainly titanium, calls for a great demand from major companies that manufacture aircraft for making jet engines and other engine components. Apart from this, titanium is also being used to perform medical surgeries that may not be possible using traditional methods and equipment. The market in Asia-Pacific sees a great potential due to the growing manufacturing sector, and is also likely to drive the demand for 3D printing technology in the near future. Overall, the market for 3D printing powder is expected to foresee a steady growth in the coming years.