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Xyzprinting Tops Global 3D Printers Sales of 22% Market Shares

By Korbin Lan
Published: Sep 22,2015

Xyzprinting at IFA 2015 (source:IFA)

TAIPEI, Taiwan - According to Canalys, a technology market analyst firm, the worldwide sales volume of 3D printers reaches 88,000 units, an increase of 52% compared with the same period last year. Among them, Xyzprinting gained 22% of global market shares to make it to be the dominating company.

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Xyzprinting is a new startup company, less than three years, but its 3D printer–da Vinci 1.0 AiO– immediately recognized as Innovation and Design Award 2014 winner at Envisioneering ShowStoppers and that is its first appearance on the stage of IFA 2014. This year at IFA 2015, two of Xyzprinting ‘s outstanding products earned Innovation and Design Awards again, namely 3D Food Printer and Handheld 3D Scanner.

XYZPrinting's CEO Simon Shen said that” next- Gen is going to being the self-builder’s generation. Xyzprinting feels happy to be appreciated by customers and clients. In the future, we will not only launch more products and services to satisfy 3D printing needs but also cultivate the family and educational market continuously to accelerate the popularity of 3D printing application.

Eyeing the potential of food printing and fast production opportunities, Xyzprinting schedules to release 3D Food Printer, which emphasizes the convenient and diversity function, to push 3D printer moving into everyone’s house.

(Yiting Wang)

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