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金屬3D列印:2015-2025年

3D Printing of Metals: 2015-2025

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金屬3D列印:2015-2025年 3D Printing of Metals: 2015-2025
出版日期: 2016年03月01日 內容資訊: 英文 161 Slides
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急速發展的3D列印市場預測2025年將達到39億美元的規模。塑膠3D列印雖然主要用於試製品的製作及教育部門上,但金屬3D列印技術卻已用於 各種產業製造最終產品用零件上了。3D列印整體市場中特別是金屬部門展現出急速成長,印表機的銷售額呈現48%,金屬粉末的銷售額則呈現32%的成長率。

本報告提供金屬粉末的3D列印技術及市場相關調查,提供您金屬3D列印技術類型和概要,專用金屬粉末種類與概要,3D金屬印表機及金屬粉末市場趨勢及市場成長預測 (裝機量·新銷售台數·銷售額·出貨量等),主要印表機&粉末製造商簡介,主要用途與終端用戶,市場機會與課題,並彙整主要企業的簡介等資訊。

第1章 摘要整理

第2章 發展的過程

第3章 3D列印的主要的優點

  • 裝機量:3D印表機製造商別
  • 收益的市場佔有率實際成果
  • 3D金屬印表機的新銷售台數預測
  • 粉末要件
  • 出貨量的市場佔有率實際成果:各材料
  • 3D列印用金屬粉末的收益預測
  • 未來3D列印的用途
  • 課題與市場機會
  • 發展的過程
  • 金屬3D列印的發展過程
  • 3D列印的主要優點
  • 設計上自由度的擴大
  • 材料浪費的最小化
  • 前置作業時間的減少等

第4章 金屬3D列印技術

  • SLM (選擇性雷射燒結)
  • SLM的主要企業
  • SLM的SWOT分析
  • EBM (電子束層積造型)
  • EBM的主要企業
  • EBM的SWOT分析
  • 粉末噴射
  • 粉末噴射的主要企業
  • 粉末噴射的SWOT分析
  • 金屬+黏合劑
  • 金屬+黏合劑的SWOT分析
  • 焊接
  • 焊接的SWOT分析

第5章 現在所販售的3D金屬印表機特徵

  • 速度 vs 數量
  • 準確度 vs 速度
  • 準確度 vs 價格
  • 速度 vs 價格
  • 數量 vs 價格
  • 準確度 vs 數量

第6章 3D金屬印表機制造商

  • 3D金屬印表機 製造商簡介
  • Bright Laser Technology (BLT)
  • Concept Laser
  • Sciaky

第7章 市場詳細內容:3D印表機製造商別

  • 裝機量:3D印表機製造商別
  • 裝機量的市場佔有率
  • 3D印表機價格:製造商
  • 3D金屬印表機銷售收益實際成果
  • 收益的市場佔有率實際成果
  • 製造商別的市場明細

第8章 3D金屬印表機市場的狀況:各技術

  • 裝機量的市場佔有率
  • 整體裝機量
  • 3D金屬印表機的平均價格
  • 收益的市場佔有率實際成果

第9章 3D金屬印表機的預測

  • 整體裝機量的預測
  • 新銷售台數的預測
  • 3D金屬印表機價格的預測
  • 3D金屬印表機的銷售額的整體市場預測

第10章 專利

  • 專利的失效

第11章 新的技術·合作技術

  • University of Michigan
  • Fraunhofer IFAM
  • 混合CNC
  • Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
  • MatterFab
  • Microfabrica的MICA Freeform
  • Vader Systems

第12章 3D列印用金屬粉末

  • 粉末的要件
  • 粒子尺寸的要件:各技術
  • 3D列印用金屬粉末
  • 鈷鉻礦
  • 鉻鎳鐵合金625
  • 鉻鎳鐵合金718
  • Maraging Steel 1.2709
  • 鎳鈦合金
  • 15-5PH不鏽鋼
  • 17-4 PH不鏽鋼
  • 316L不鏽鋼
  • Shapeway的不鏽鋼
  • 適合3D列印的新合金

第13章 金屬粉末的供應商

第14章 3D列印用金屬粉末市場的狀況

  • 價格
  • 材料收益實際成果
  • 材料收益的市場佔有率實際成果
  • 各材料的出貨量實際成果
  • 出貨量的市場佔有率實際成果:各材料

第15章 3D列印用金屬粉末的預測

  • 價格
  • 收益預測
  • 出貨量預測

第16章 其他3D列印材料

  • 焊接線
  • 金屬·黏合劑用粉狀體
  • Platinum-based Metallic Glass
  • Proto-pasta的金屬PLA燈絲
  • 鎵銦合金

第17章 市場分析

  • 金屬3D列印的市場
  • 3D列印用途的未來性

第18章 金屬3D列印的用途

  • 航太
    • Airbus
    • Aviation Industry Corporation of China (AVIC)
    • BAE Systems
    • Boeing
    • Bombardier
    • GE Aviation
    • Lockheed Martin
    • NASA
    • Rolls Royce
    • SEDS at UCSD
    • SpaceX
  • 汽車
  • 牙科
    • Argen Digital
  • 珠寶
    • Birmingham School of Jewellery
  • 石油、天然氣
    • GE Oil and Gas
    • Siemens
  • 整形外科
    • Adler Ortho
    • Conformis
    • Fraunhofer IWU
  • 印刷電子產品
  • 工具
  • 投資鑄造
    • John Deere
    • Lego
    • Volvo Construction Equipment

第19章 合作

  • AMAZE
  • America Makes

第20章 各用途市場

  • 金屬粉末的用途
  • 3D金屬印表機的裝機量:各產業

第21章 市場機會·限制·障礙

  • 課題
  • 各產業的市場機會
  • 3D列印的演進:本質上與其他技術的關聯性

第22章 企業簡介

  • 3D Systems
  • Advanced Powders and Coatings
  • Arcam AB
  • Argen Corporation
  • BMW
  • Boeing
  • Concept Laser
  • Cookson Precious Metals
  • Dyson
  • EFESTO
  • EPSRC
  • Fabrisonic
  • Ford Motor Company
  • Fraunhofer Additive Manufacturing Alliance
  • Hoganas
  • Legor Group
  • Lockheed Martin
  • Lomiko Metals
  • LPW Technology Ltd
  • NanoSteel
  • Norsk Titanium
  • Optomec
  • Realizer GmbH
  • Reebok International
  • Sandvik
  • Sciaky
  • Volvo Construction Equipment
  • Voxeljet
  • ZMorph

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目錄

The fastest-growing segment of 3D printing to reach $3.9 billion by 2025.

Building metal parts is the only way 3D printing can become productive. Plastic 3D printing has its place in prototyping and education, but 3D printing in metal will allow the technology to be used to manufacture final production parts in a wide variety of industries. Metals are the fastest-growing segment of 3D printing, with printer sales growing at 48% and material sales growing at 32%.

Because of the current speed, size and cost limitations, the high value, low volume industries such as aerospace and biomedical, have been the earliest adopters. GE Aviation are investing $3.5bn in new plant to house EOS M-280 printers to print 100,000 fuel nozzles by 2020. Arcam claim their 3D printers had been used to manufacture over 50,000 orthopaedic implants so far. Both these industries demand titanium alloys, giving them a market share of 31% by volume. Aerospace is also heavily investing in cobalt alloys, nickel alloys and aluminium alloys.

Jewellers are early adaptors of SLM technologies. There are many reasons jewellers are able to quickly adopt the technology; there are no qualifying standards for jewelry; jewelry designers are already good at CAD; they are used to subcontracting; they are skilled in finishing and polishing; they used to making bespoke items; and they crave design freedom and unusual designs. The jewelry industry is driving 3D printing in precious metals, with gold powder having a 49% market share by revenue.

More and more industries are adopting 3D printing. Dental suppliers, Argen Digital, offers metal substructures to make copings and bridges with the same properties as cast parts. Siemens are using AM to produce blades for gas turbines for power generation. NASA have said that they intend to 3D print 80-100% of their rocket engines in the future.

                        Figure: Installed Base split by Industry.
                        Source: IDTechEx

This report covers the full range of metal 3D printing equipment (selective laser melting, electron beam melting, blown powder, metal + binder, welding and emerging technologies) using a wide range of alloys (including aluminium, cobalt alloys, nickel alloys, steels, nitinol, titanium alloys, gold, platinum, palladium, silver, copper, bronze and tungsten) in a variety of industries (including aerospace, automotive, dental, jewelry, oil and gas, orthopaedics, printed electronics, and tooling).

The report includes a very detailed breakdown by company and technology of the worldwide 3D printer sales during 2014 and installed base at the end of 2014. The properties of all commercially available 3D metal printers are mapped by speed, volume, precision, and price. Powder shipments in 2014 by volume and revenue are detailed. Forecasts to 2025 are for the total installed base, printer shipments each year, printer prices, revenue from printer sales, and metal powder sales split by volume and revenue.

The information has been gathered by IDTechEx analysts from many formal interviews and informal conversations over many years, since we started tracking the 3D printing market. 29 companies working in this industry (including ten printer manufacturers, seven powder suppliers and ten end-users) have been profiled and benchmarked. This is the first time all the information on equipment, materials and applications related to metal 3D printing has been clearly displayed in one report.

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Table of Contents

1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

2. HISTORY

3. KEY ADVANTAGES OF 3D PRINTING

  • 3.1. Installed Base by 3D Printer Manufacturer
  • 3.2. Market Share by Revenue in 2014
  • 3.3. Forecast of new 3D Metal Printers sold each year
  • 3.4. Powder Requirements
  • 3.5. Which companies sell which powders?
  • 3.6. Market Share of Volume by Material in 2014
  • 3.7. Forecast of revenue from metal powders for 3D printing
  • 3.8. Future of 3D Printing Applications
  • 3.9. Challenges and Opportunities
  • 3.10. History
  • 3.11. History of 3D Metal Printing
  • 3.12. Key Advantages of 3D Printing
  • 3.13. Key Advantages of 3D Printing
  • 3.14. Increased Design Freedom
  • 3.15. Minimal material wastage
  • 3.16. Reduced Lead Time
  • 3.17. Quicker Design Iterations

4. 3D METAL PRINTING TECHNOLOGIES

  • 4.1. Selective Laser Melting (SLM)
  • 4.2. Selective Laser Melting Key Players
  • 4.3. Selective Laser Melting SWOT Analysis
  • 4.4. Electron Beam Melting (EBM)
  • 4.5. Electron Beam Melting Key Players
  • 4.6. Electron Beam Melting SWOT Analysis
  • 4.7. Blown Powder
  • 4.8. Blown Powder Key Players
  • 4.9. Blown Powder SWOT Analysis
  • 4.10. Metal + Binder
  • 4.11. Metal + Binder SWOT Analysis
  • 4.12. Welding
  • 4.13. Welding SWOT Analysis

5. PROPERTIES OF COMMERCIALLY AVAILABLE 3D METAL PRINTERS

  • 5.1. Speed vs Volume
  • 5.2. Precision vs Speed
  • 5.3. Precision vs Price
  • 5.4. Speed vs Price
  • 5.5. Volume vs Price
  • 5.6. Precision vs Volume

6. 3D METAL PRINTER MANUFACTURERS

  • 6.1. IDTechEx Portal Profiles of 3D Metal Printer Manufacturers
  • 6.2. Bright Laser Technology (BLT)
  • 6.3. Concept Laser
  • 6.4. Sciaky

7. MARKET SPLIT BY 3D PRINTER MANUFACTURER

  • 7.1. Installed Base by 3D Printer Manufacturer
  • 7.2. Market Share by Installed Base
  • 7.3. 3D Printer Price by Manufacturer
  • 7.4. Revenue from sales of 3D Metal Printers in 2014
  • 7.5. Market Share by Revenue in 2014
  • 7.6. Market split by manufacturer

8. STATE OF THE MARKET FOR 3D METAL PRINTERS SPLIT BY TECHNOLOGY

  • 8.1. Market Share by Total Installed Base (end of 2014)
  • 8.2. Total Installed Base
  • 8.3. Average 3D Metal Printer Prices in 2014
  • 8.4. Market Share by Revenue in 2014

9. FORECASTS FOR 3D METAL PRINTERS

  • 9.1. Forecast of Total Installed Base of 3D Metal Printers
  • 9.2. Forecast of new 3D Metal Printers sold each year
  • 9.3. Forecast for Price of 3D Metal Printers
  • 9.4. Forecast for the Total Market for sales of 3D Metal Printers

10. PATENTS

  • 10.1. Patent Expiration

11. EMERGING OR ALLIED TECHNOLOGIES

  • 11.1. University of Michigan
  • 11.2. Fraunhofer IFAM
  • 11.3. Hybrid CNC
  • 11.4. Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
  • 11.5. MatterFab
  • 11.6. Microfabrica's MICA Freeform
  • 11.7. Vader Systems

12. METAL POWDERS FOR 3D PRINTING

  • 12.1. Powder Requirements
  • 12.2. Particle Size Requirements for Different Technologies
  • 12.3. Metal Powders used in 3D Printing
  • 12.4. Aluminium
  • 12.5. Cobalt Chrome
  • 12.6. Inconel 625
  • 12.7. Inconel 718
  • 12.8. Maraging Steel 1.2709
  • 12.9. Nitinol
  • 12.10. 15-5PH Stainless Steel
  • 12.11. Stainless Steel 17-4 PH
  • 12.12. 316L Stainless Steel
  • 12.13. Shapeway's "Stainless Steel"
  • 12.14. Titanium
  • 12.15. Tungsten
  • 12.16. New alloys for 3D printing

13. METAL POWDER SUPPLIERS

  • 13.1. Which companies sell which powders?
  • 13.2. IDTechEx Portal Profiles of Metal Powder Manufacturers

14. STATE OF THE MARKET FOR METAL POWDERS FOR 3D PRINTING

  • 14.1. Prices of metal powders for 3D Printing
  • 14.2. Revenue by Material in 2014
  • 14.3. Market Share of Revenue by Material in 2014
  • 14.4. Volume by Material in 2014
  • 14.5. Market Share of Volume by Material in 2014

15. FORECAST FOR METAL POWDERS FOR 3D PRINTING

  • 15.1. Prices of Metal Powders for 3D printing ($/kg)
  • 15.2. Forecast of revenue from metal powders for 3D printing
  • 15.3. Forecast of volume of metal powder used for 3D printing

16. OTHER MATERIALS FOR 3D PRINTING

  • 16.1. Welding Wire
  • 16.2. Powders for Metal + Binder
  • 16.3. Platinum-based Metallic Glass
  • 16.4. Proto-pasta Metallic PLA Filament
  • 16.5. Gallium-Indium Alloy

17. MARKET ANALYSIS

  • 17.1. Markets for 3D Metal Printing
  • 17.2. Future of 3D Printing Applications

18. APPLICATIONS OF 3D METAL PRINTING

  • 18.1. Aerospace
  • 18.2. Airbus
  • 18.3. Aviation Industry Corporation of China (AVIC)
  • 18.4. BAE Systems
  • 18.5. Boeing
  • 18.6. Bombardier
  • 18.7. GE Aviation
  • 18.8. Lockheed Martin
  • 18.9. NASA
  • 18.10. Rolls Royce
  • 18.11. SEDS at UCSD
  • 18.12. SpaceX
  • 18.13. Automotive
  • 18.14. Dental
  • 18.15. Argen Digital
  • 18.16. Jewelry
  • 18.17. Birmingham School of Jewellery
  • 18.18. Oil and Gas
  • 18.19. GE Oil and Gas
  • 18.20. Siemens
  • 18.21. Orthopaedics
  • 18.22. Adler Ortho
  • 18.23. Conformis
  • 18.24. Fraunhofer IWU
  • 18.25. Printed Electronics
  • 18.26. Tooling
  • 18.27. Investment casting moulds
  • 18.28. John Deere
  • 18.29. Lego
  • 18.30. Volvo Construction Equipment

19. COLLABORATIONS

  • 19.1. AMAZE
  • 19.2. America Makes

20. MARKET SPLIT BY APPLICATION

  • 20.1. Applications of Metal Powders
  • 20.2. Installed Base of 3D Metal Printers by Industry

21. OPPORTUNITIES, LIMITATIONS AND RESTRAINTS

  • 21.1. Challenges
  • 21.2. Opportunities by industry
  • 21.3. The evolution of 3D Printing is intrinsically linked with other technologies:

22. COMPANY PROFILES

  • 22.1. 3D Systems Europe
  • 22.2. Advanced Powders and Coatings
  • 22.3. Arcam AB
  • 22.4. Argen Corporation
  • 22.5. BMW
  • 22.6. Boeing
  • 22.7. Canatu
  • 22.8. Concept Laser GMBH
  • 22.9. Cookson Precious Metals
  • 22.10. EFESTO LLC
  • 22.11. EOS GmbH
  • 22.12. EPSRC
  • 22.13. Fabrisonic LLC
  • 22.14. Ford Motor Company
  • 22.15. Fraunhofer Additive Manufacturing Alliance
  • 22.16. Höganäs
  • 22.17. Legor Group
  • 22.18. Lite-On Mobile
  • 22.19. Lockheed Martin
  • 22.20. Lomiko Metals
  • 22.21. LPW Technology Ltd
  • 22.22. MesoScribe Technologies
  • 22.23. The NanoSteel Company
  • 22.24. Norsk Titanium
  • 22.25. Optomec
  • 22.26. Realizer GmbH
  • 22.27. Sandvik
  • 22.28. Sciaky Inc
  • 22.29. The ExOne Company
  • 22.30. Volvo Construction Equipment
  • 22.31. Voxel8
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