3D Printing - Thematic Research

3D Printing - Thematic Research

Summary

The first commercial 3D printer was invented in 1988. In 2013, the 3D printing industry was worth $3bn, and grew to $7bn in 2017. By 2025 the 3D printing market will account for over $20bn in spend.3D printing, or “additive manufacturing”, is the process of joining materials to make objects from three-dimensional model data, usually layer upon layer. The 3D printing market blends software technology with materials science and the growth in interest in 3D printing technology is fuelling a significant amount of R&D investment in the core technologies that make up 3D printing solutions.

3D printers are best suited for certain tasks: they are good for small production runs where customised products and short development cycles are the norm; they are suited for small items because there are limits to the size of affordable 3D printers; they are suited to high-value products, because they make it easier for the developer to retain manufacturing in-house; and they are also suited to products with high complexity, because the creation of complex geometric features is difficult to achieve using traditional machining methods but relatively easy with 3D printing.

3D printing is now widely used in prototyping across a number of sectors where it can significantly lower the cost of development. 3D printing is also seeing strong traction in aerospace, by dramatically changing the economics associated with the one-off manufacture of precision components.3D printing is currently being explored in new contexts as well, most notably in construction and medicine.There are four primary applications for additive manufacturing systems; Rapid prototyping, Tooling,Direct part manufacturing and Maintenance & Repair.

The report "3D Printing - Thematic Research", offers a framework in which to look at 3D Printing, summarizes the important trends, and identifies the key players.The report also helps in identifying winners and losers based on technology leadership, market position and other factors.

Companies Mentioned: 3D Systems, Stratasys, Renishaw, GE Additive, HP Inc, Proto Labs, Organovo, ExOne, Voxeljet, Groupe Gorge, Beijing Tiertime, Blueprinter, Concept Laser, EnvisionTEC, EOS, Mcor Technologies, Nanoscribe, Optomec

Scope

This report is part of our ecosystem of thematic investment research reports, supported by our “thematic engine”. About our Thematic Research Ecosystem -
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PLAYERS 4
TECHNOLOGY BRIEFING 6
Definition 6
The eight leading 3D printing technologies 6
Material extrusion 7
Direct metal deposition 7
Powder bed fusion 7
Binder jetting 7
Material jetting 8
Vat photopolymerization 8
Sheet lamination 9
Bioprinting 9
TRENDS 10
Technology trends 10
Macroeconomic trends 10
Regulatory trends 11
VALUE CHAIN 12
Desktop / Prototyping 13
Industrial / Manufacturing 13
Design Software 13
Process Control Software 13
Rapid Prototyping 13
Manufacture on Demand 13
INDUSTRY ANALYSIS 14
Use cases 14
Market size forecasts 14
Competitive analysis 15
Mergers and acquisitions 17
Timeline 18
DISRUPTIVE IMPACT 19
Automotive 19
Aerospace 19
Healthcare 20
Construction 20
Apparel 20
Jewellery 21
Food 21
Logistics 21
Piracy 21
COMPANIES SECTION 22
Public Companies 22
Private companies 22
SECTOR SCORECARDS 23
Consumer electronics sector scorecard 23
Who’s who in the consumer electronics sector 23
Thematic screen 24
Valuation screen 25
Risk Screen 26
Application software sector scorecard 27
Who’s who in the application software sector 27
Thematic screen 28
Valuation screen 29
Risk Screen 30
APPENDIX: OUR “THEMATIC” RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 31


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