Implosion Manufacturing: Novel Nanotech Methods for Next Generation Materials

Report Scope:

The report will evaluate the various technologies that are being developed or adapted from existing nanofabrication technologies, including -
- New technologies.
- Implosion fabrication.
- Surfactant?assisted multiphoton?induced reduction.
- Spun-wrapped aligned nanofiber (SWAN) lithography.
- Ion beam etching redeposition.
- Laser scanning holographic lithography.
- Proton beam nano-machining.
- Others, as appropriate.
- Modifications of existing technologies.
- Nanoimprint lithography.
- Others, as appropriate.

The time frame for the analysis is the period from 2018 to 2029 to allow for the fact that many of the devices analyzed by the report are still in the research and development phase, but could reach the commercial market by 2029. The market values estimated or imputed for various segments represent the direct cost to the user or investor. These values are expressed in 2018 dollars, and no attempt has been made to adjust them for inflation.

Report Includes:

- 46 data tables and 15 additional tables
- An overview of implosion manufacturing, a 3D enabled nanolithography technology for next generation materials
- Analyses of the global market trends with data from 2018, estimates for 2019, and projections of compound annual growth rates (CAGRs) for a 10-year timeframe through 2029
- Description of key enabling technologies such as hydrogels and two-photon microscopy; and their applications with the greatest commercial potential
- Information on the industrys structure, market size and market dynamics that will impact the furture growth
- A relevant patent analysis and number of U.S. patents issued for implosion fabrication-related developments
- Company profiles of the leading market participants within the nanotech industry, including Nano3D Biosciences, Nanonex, NanoOpto Corp., NIL Technology ApS and SwissLitho AG

Chapter 1 Introduction
Study Goals and Objectives
Reasons for Doing This Study
Scope of Report
Information Sources
Methodology
Geographic Breakdown
Analysts Credentials
BCC Custom Research
Related BCC Research Reports
Chapter 2 Summary and Highlights
Chapter 3 Market and Technology Background
Definitions
Nanofabrication
3D Nanostructures
History
Technologies
Implosion Fabrication
Two-Photon Polymerization
Surfactant?Assisted Multiphoton?Induced Reduction
Spun-Wrapped Aligned Nanofiber (SWAN) Lithography
Ion Beam Etching Redeposition
Proton Beam Nano-Machining
Nanoimprint Lithography
Additive Manufacturing
Laser-Based Particle Deposition
Self-Assembly
Positional Nanoassembly
Nano-Kirigami
Materials
Carbon Allotropes
Biohybrid Materials
Hydrogels
Ceramics
Metals
Polymers
Silicon
Potential Applications
Nanolenses
Nanoelectronics
Nanorobots
Metamaterials
Nanophotonics and Plasmonics
Nanosensors
Labs-on-a-Chip and Labs-on-Fiber
Nano-Energy Harvesting and Storage
Nano-Med