Sculpteo has launched their annual State of 3D Printing survey.
Each year Sculpteo, a well-known provider of 3D printing and now other fabrication services, publishes the results of their comprehensive survey of additive manufacturing.
Last June Sculpteo released The State of 3D Printing 2020 Edition, and it contained highly interesting results. Since they perform the survey annually, it is possible to compare results from year to year and develop trends. There’s certainly been many trends in 3D printing recently.
In fact, the 2021 edition should reveal the effects of the pandemic on 3D printing. It should be possible to see how different industries were affected, as some saw business crater, while others skyrocketed.
The survey is open to anyone involved in 3D printing in any way, from consumers to industrial players, from operators to executives. Sculpteo wants everyone to respond.
Since Sculpteo invariably publishes the results of their survey, likely this June, everyone can learn a lot more about the state of affairs in the world of 3D printing. This happens only if you participate, so I encourage everyone to respond — it takes only a few moments to complete.
There is a small reward for participation provided by the company that you’ll find out at the end of the survey. No, I’m not going to tell you what it is.