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DUBLIN, Jan. 19, 2016 /PRNewswire/ —
Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/6dkgcn/3d_printing) has revealed the addition of the “3D Printing Materials 2015-2025: Status, Opportunities, Market Forecasts” report to their offering.
Pricing, Properties And Projections For Materials Including Photopolymers, Thermoplastics And Metal Powders
This 132 slide report (PDF) covers the current and next status, opportunities and market forecasts of 3D printing materials. It contains many illustrative and analytical figures and tables plus profiles of 16 companies, of across the globe, who donate a wide variety of materials for 3D printing. Interviews with 8 industrial end-users describe their experiences with 3D printing and donate insight into their needs.
3D Printing Materials
Gone are the days of 3D Printing being associated with Rapid Prototyping; the days of Additive Manufacturing are here.
This new interest inspired developments in many technologies to 3D print a wider variety of materials. A brief overview of every of these technologies is outlined in this report. But not all materials are equal. This report outlines the advantages and disadvantages of printing in various materials, the applications of every, and technical data on the properties of 3D printed materials, that frequently differ of their traditionally manufactured analogue. These new materials mean there has been space for many new companies, and in addition many acquisitions by 3D printing device manufacturers. Information on start-ups, closures, mergers and acquisitions is included.
No longer is 3D Printing utilized just for one-off pieces and prototypes, but for final part production of items with reduced and simplified assembly, quicker create iterations, greater create freedom, weight customisation and minimal material wastage. For these reasons, 3D Printing is may already common in aerospace, orthopaedic, jewelry and dental sectors. Adoption is fast-growing in education, military, architecture, medical research, and car sectors. Nineteen end markets, which include all of these have been investigated. The many common applications, technologies and materials alter by geography so the current markets and growth rates are split by region. Changes in use can lead to various growth rates for various materials.
This weightive growth in the use and applications of 3D Printers is encouraging a weightive growth in the market for 3D Printing Materials. Detailed forecasts, via information of interviews with 50 key players in the industry and disclosed financial information, estimate seven key materials are expected to have a total market of over $8B by 2025.
This report comes with detailed say of the market, in terms of market value and volume, for:
– Photopolymers – Thermoplastic filaments – Thermoplastic powders – Metal powders – Sand and binder – Welding wire – Plaster
The value chain for 3D printing materials is complex for the reason several primary industrial printing device manufacturers engage in “vendor lock-in” in a way analogous to 2D printing devices, but cheaper 3D printing devices allow the purchase of free market materials. The chapter on the value chain clarifies the situation, and quantifies the markets at every stage of the chain. There are separate price projections and forecasts for these two approaches and for various end-user behaviours.
The report in addition comes with discussions on developments for emerging materials which include:
– Electrically conducting materials
– Silicone
– Biomaterials
– Carbon fibre
– Regolith
– Ceramics
– Graphene
Disruptive technologies that have the future to dramatically alter the market have in addition been investigated, which include PC thermoplastic recyclers, cheaper ways of making metal powders, competing ways to prototype and new 3D printing technologies.
Key Topics Covered:
1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 1.1. Total Market of 3D Printing Industry 1.2. 3D Printing Materials 1.3. Markets for 3D Printing 1.4. Value Network 1.5. State of the Market 1.6. Materials’ Market separated by Material
2. INTRODUCTION
2.1. 3D Printing is…
2.2. A brief history of 3D Printing
3. KEY ADVANTAGES OF 3D PRINTING 3.1. The key advantages of 3D printing are… 3.2. Examples of creates not possible suing traditional making 3.3. Examples of products that benefit of weight customisation
4. OVERVIEW OF 3D PRINTING TECHNOLOGIES
4.1. A review of technologies
4.2. Thermoplastic extrusion
4.3. Stereolithography (SLA) and Direct Light Polymerisation (DLP)
4.4. Ink-jetting Photopolymers
4.5. Summary of plastic printing
4.6. SLS, SLM and EBM
4.7. Blown-Powder
4.8. Welding
4.9. Summary of metal printing
4.10. Ink-jetting binders
5. MATERIALS OVERVIEW 5.1. A review of materials 5.2. Photopolymers 5.3. Applications of 3D printed photopolymers 5.4. Acrylates vs epoxies 5.5. Photopolymer suppliers 5.6. Properties of commercially on the market photopolymers 5.7. Thermoplastic filament 5.8. Applications of 3D printed thermoplastic filament 5.9. Thermoplastic filament suppliers 5.10. Polymers on the market of thermoplastic filament suppliers 5.11. Properties of objects 3D printed of thermoplastic filament 5.12. Chemical suppliers to thermoplastic filament formulators 5.13. Thermoplastic powders 5.14. Applications of 3D printed thermoplastic powders 5.15. Thermoplastic powder suppliers 5.16. Polymers offered by thermoplastic powders suppliers 5.17. Comparison of 3D printed thermoplastic powders 5.18. Metal powders 5.19. Applications of 3D printed metal powders 5.20. Metal powder suppliers 5.21. Alloys on the market of metal powder suppliers 5.22. Sand and binder 5.23. Welding wire 5.24. Application of 3D printed welding wire
6. EMERGING MATERIALS
6.1. Overview
6.2. Ceramics
6.3. Carbon fibre
6.4. Electrically conductive materials
6.5. Silicone
6.6. Biomaterials
6.7. Regolith
6.8. Graphene
7. DISRUPTIVE TECHNOLOGIES 7.1. Thermoplastic recycling 7.2. Metalysis 7.3. Selective Deposition Lamination (SDL) 7.4. Magnetohydrodynamics
8. PATENTS AND PUBLICATIONS
8.1. Patents
8.2. Publication trends
9. MARKETS 9.1. Growth share matrix 9.2. Hype cycle
10. VALUE CHAINS
10.1. Value network
10.2. The two value chains
10.3. Three behaviours of thermoplastic filament consumption
10.4. Prices
10.5. Price trends of free market materials
10.6. Value chain picture (in USD)
10.7. Value chain picture (in tonnes)
11. STATE OF THE MARKET 11.1. State of the market (in USD) 11.2. State of the market (in tonnes) 11.3. Geographic breakdown of materials’ sales 11.4. Data 11.5. Methods and assumptions
12. FORECASTS 2015-2025
12.1. Total market for 3D printing industry
12.2. Data
12.3. Materials market separated by material (in USD)
12.4. Share of market value by material in 2014 and 2025
12.5. Materials market forecast separated by material (in tonnes)
12.6. Growth rate by region
12.7. Data
12.8. Methods and assumptions
13. TIMELINE 13.1. Start-ups, mergers, acquisitions and closures
14. LIMITATIONS AND RESTRAINTS
14.1. Current limitations
14.2. Links to other technologies
15. PROFILES OF 3D MATERIALS’ SUPPLIERS 15.1. DSM 15.2. Rahn 15.3. Arevo 15.4. TLC Korea 15.5. Evonik 15.6. Exceltec 15.7. Oxford Perfomance Materials 15.8. Taulman 3D 15.9. Argen 15.10. Cookson Gold 15.11. LPW 15.12. Sandvik 15.13. Höganäs 15.14. CRP 15.15. Fripp Design
16. PROFILES OF END-USERS OF 3D PRINTING
16.1. Lockheed Martin
16.2. Boeing
16.3. Ford
16.4. Dyson
16.5. GE Aviation
16.6. BMW
16.7. Reebok
16.8. Addenbrooke’s Hospital
17. OPPORTUNITIES 17.1. Review of opportunities
18. COMPANY PROFILES
18.1. 3D Ceram
18.2. 3D Systems Europe
18.3. Advanced Powders and Coatings
18.4. Arcam AB
18.5. Arevo Labs
18.6. Argen Corporation
18.7. Biobots
18.8. BotFactory
18.9. Canatu
18.10. Cookson Precious Metals
18.11. CRP Group
18.12. Dyson
18.13. EPSRC
18.14. Evonik
18.15. Fabrisonic LLC
18.16. Fripp Design Ltd
18.17. Graphene 3D Lab
18.18. Höganäs
18.19. Impossible Objects
18.20. Legor Group
18.21. Lomiko Metals
18.22. LPW Technology Ltd
18.23. LUXeXceL
18.24. The NanoSteel Company
18.25. NinjaFlex
18.26. Norsk Titanium
18.27. Orbital Composites
18.28. Oxford Performance Materials
18.29. Rahn AG
18.30. Sandvik
18.31. Solidscape
18.32. Stratasys Ltd.
18.33. Taulman3D
18.34. TLC Korea
18.35. Toner Plastics
18.36. Volvo Construction Equipment
18.37. Voxel8
For additional information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/6dkgcn/3d_printing
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