Enterprise 3D Printing and Distributed Manufacturing
|出版日期||內容資訊||英文 20 Pages, 2 Tables, 4 Charts, 1 Figure
|企業用的3D列印與分散製造 Enterprise 3D Printing and Distributed Manufacturing|
|出版日期: 2017年07月18日||內容資訊: 英文 20 Pages, 2 Tables, 4 Charts, 1 Figure||
3D列印和層積造型 (AM) 兩者是指活用三次元數位模型製造某些物體、零件的技術。雖然現在是以原型的製造為主流，不過，各企業不斷努力開發，以實現低成本大量生產為目標。還有由於層積造型適合替換用零件等的分散製造 (distributed manufacturing) ，航太與國防產業和醫療、牙科等領域實用化進行中。這2個產業的市場，預計2016∼2026年以約53％的年複合成長率 (CAGR) 成長。
本報告提供企業用的層積造型 (AM:3D列印) 和分散製造的技術現況，及今後的技術進步、市場成長可能性，對各種產業的影響度等分析、考察。
The terms 3D Printing and additive manufacturing (AM) both refer to the same technologies that take three-dimensional digital models and create a physical object or product. Many manufacturing companies currently use AM for prototyping, but companies have struggled to match the productivity and low cost of an automated assembly line in mass production with AM. Fortunately, AM does have current business use cases for complex manufacturing with many parts or intricate geometries, low-volume plastic parts, and highly customized parts, as well as replacement parts via distributed manufacturing platforms. Because of this, aerospace and defence, as well as medicine and dentistry, already see growth in AM use.
With the EASA and FAA approving bigger metal 3D-printed parts, AM production in aerospace and defence will grow at a compounded annual average growth rate (CAGR) of about 53% from 2016 to 2026. Over the same period, AM use in medicine and dentistry will grow at about 54%. Together these two vertical industries will make up about 24% of all the products made using AM. A wide variety of products and segments including footwear and automotive will make up the rest of the market. Manufacturers must develop relationships with AM specialists who offer engineering consulting to learn how AM could affect their industry both now and in the future.
This report examines the current state of enterprise 3D printing and distributed manufacturing, as well as the potential for it to transform and be integrated into enterprises and industrial manufacturing processes.