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市場調查報告書

商業航空、通用航空積層製造技術市場機會

Opportunities for Additive Manufacturing in Commercial and General Aviation

出版商 SmarTech Markets Publishing LLC 商品編碼 340430
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 115 Pages
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商業航空、通用航空積層製造技術市場機會 Opportunities for Additive Manufacturing in Commercial and General Aviation
出版日期: 2015年10月08日 內容資訊: 英文 115 Pages
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商業航太產業目前正嘗試透過3D列印技術製造零件 (引擎、客艙組件) 。

本報告針對商業航太產業 (商業航空、通用航空) 3D列印 (積層製造) 技術活用狀況與今後預測分析、提供到目前的引進嘗試成果、目前期待的活用分類、未來技術開發、市場成長預測 (今後10年)、相關企業概略調查、考察。

第1章 引進製造技術3D列印

  • 商業航太產業3D列印:概略
  • 市場因素:商業航太產業3D列印
    • 積層製造 (AM) 分類透過小型技術開發提升價值、擴大航太產業市場機會
    • 各種商業航空需求擴大預測
  • 3D列印技術開發動向與對航太產業成長的影響
    • 操作空間擴大
    • 流程監視、品質保証系統
    • 代表性能源儲存方法的再製造機會
    • 模組式系統設計
  • 商業航太產業3D列印材料、服務市場機會
    • 航太產業金屬聚合物活用機會
    • 特殊3D列印服務供應商:參與航太產業組件供應商市場、處理供應鏈壓力
  • 商業航太產業3D列印市場地區性與競爭動向
    • 還有成長空間的3D列印市場
  • 商業航太產業3D列印市場預測:摘要

第2章 航太產業的嘗試 (2015年)

  • 商業航太產業積層製造現狀
    • 航太用組件積層製造顧客CAD工具
    • 宇宙、防衛產業與商業航太產業的相互關係性:引進3D列印的優點
    • 飛機以外的分類
  • 3D列印製造的組件品質進展
  • 商業航太產業3D列印的使用擴大
    • 聚合物活用分類今後也將維持小型規模
    • 將金屬用途擴大至引擎以外
    • 從商業航空到通用航空的成果
  • 航太產業積層製造的價值
  • 航太產業積層製造:市場競爭成果

第3章 現有/最新3D列印技術分析與商業航太市場的活用

  • 設定、設計階段的3D列印技術
  • 製造階段的3D列印技術
  • 航太產業3D列印技術的活用
  • 航太產業3D列印用材料

第4章 航太產業3D列印市場主要企業

  • 商業航太產業3D列印技術供應商
    • 3D Systems
    • Arcam
    • Concept Laser
    • EOS
    • ExOne
    • Fabrisonic
    • Hunan Farsoon
    • 松浦機械製造廠
    • Sciaky
    • DM3D (POM)
    • Stratasys
  • 與商業航太產業相關的3D列印材料供應商
    • Oxford Performance Materials
    • Alcoa
    • AP&C
  • 與3D列印技術相關的航太企業
    • Airbus
    • Boeing
    • GE Aerospace
    • GKN
    • Honeywell Aerospace
    • Pratt & Whitney
    • Rolls Royce
  • 商業航太產業相關3D列印、服務供應商
    • Materialise
    • Stratasys Direct Manufacturing (Solid Concepts/Harvest Technologies)
    • Addaero Manufacturing & Sintavia LLC

第5章 商業航太產業3D列印市場機會預測 (今後10年)

  • 預測方法相關討論
  • 未來動向預測:摘要 (今後10年):硬體
  • 未來動向預測:摘要 (今後10年):材料
  • 未來動向預測:摘要 (今後10年):服務、軟體
目錄
Product Code: SMP-AM-AERO-CA-0915

This report identifies and quantifies the opportunities for 3D printing (3DP) in the commercial and general aviation industries. It covers jetliners, helicopters, and smaller civilian aircraft and analyzes 3DP's influence on aerospace manufacturing--and vice versa.

SmarTech believes this unique study will be required reading for marketing, business development and production managers in both the aerospace and 3DP sectors:

The commercial aerospace industry is on the cusp of a manufacturing revolution utilizing metal and polymer 3DP technologies to produce aircraft engine components and a variety of structural and cabin components.

The number of projects in pre-production and flight testing for aircraft engine manufacturing has grown significantly in just twelve months. GE is no longer the only supplier ramping up for 3DP production. Pratt & Whitney, MTU, Airbus, and others are all integrating final parts into aircraft in volumes that range from hundreds, to thousands, and beyond.

Commercial aerospace is the single best example of advancing 3DP as a manufacturing technology rather than just a rapid prototyping tool.

3D printing as a manufacturing technology in aerospace is manifesting itself in several areas, including spare parts manufacturing, experimental flight test parts, remanufacture and repair of existing craft, and on-demand part production of serial components. These represent four of the eight domains of 3D printing utilized in the commercial aerospace industry as identified in this report.

A special feature of the report forms the second chapter of the report, "Interfacing with the Aerospace Industry" in which SmarTech presents input gathered from key aerospace industry professionals over the last 12 months. This chapter details how 3D printing is perceived by various aerospace companies, including their views on key challenges to adoption.

The report the most in-depth market data and forecasts available for 3DP in commercial aerospace market. In this report SmarTech applies its now standard 3DP market models to the study of aerospace, to provide credible 10-year forecasts on various 3DP markets in commercial aerospace. These forecasts include several hardware categories, print materials, projections for parts printed by aerospace application type, and more.

Table of Contents

Chapter One: Adoption of 3D Printing as a Manufacturing Technology

  • 1.1. Introduction to Commercial Aerospace 3D Printing
  • 1.2. Market Factors Influencing 3DP in Commercial Aerospace
    • 1.2.1. Building Value in AM Today Through Small Innovations Key to Growing AM in Step-Change Aerospace Industry
    • 1.2.3. Record Commercial Growth Expected in Various Commercial and Civil Aircraft
  • 1.3. Trends in 3DP Technology Development Influencing Growth in Aerospace Sectors
    • 1.3.1. Build Envelope Expansion
    • 1.3.2. Process Monitoring and Quality Assurance Systems
    • 1.3.3. Remanufacturing Opportunities Utilizing Directed Energy Deposition and Other Technologies
    • 1.3.4. Modular System Design
  • 1.4. Opportunities for 3DP Materials and Services in Commercial Aerospace
    • 1.4.1. Balancing Timelines and Opportunities for Metals and Polymers in Aerospace
    • 1.4.2. Integration of Specialty 3D Printing Service Providers as Aerospace Suppliers to Alleviate Supply Chain Pressure
  • 1.5. Geographic and Competitive Market Considerations for 3DP in Commercial Aerospace
    • 1.5.1. 3D Printing Penetration in Total Aerospace Industry Still Leaves Lots of Room for Growth
  • 1.6. Summary of Forecasts for 3D Printing Commercial Aerospace

Chapter Two: Interfacing with the Aerospace Industry in 2015

  • 2.1. Current State of AM in Commercial Aerospace
    • 2.1.1. CAD Tool Optimization for Additive Manufacturing of Aerospace Components
    • 2.1.2. Interrelationship Between Space and Defense Markets and Commercial Markets Creating Mutual Benefit for 3D Printing Adoption
    • 2.1.3. Moving Beyond Airplanes
  • 2.2. Developments in Qualifying 3D Printed Parts for Flight
  • 2.3. Developments in Applications for 3D Printing in Commercial Aircraft
    • 2.3.1. Polymers Continue to Find Small End Use Applications
    • 2.3.2. Metals Moving Beyond Aircraft Engines
    • 2.3.3. Trickling Down the Aerospace Chain from Commercial to General Aviation
  • 2.4. Extracting Value from Additive Manufacturing in Aerospace
  • 2.5. Competitive Implications Resulting from Adoption of AM in Commercial Aerospace

Chapter Three: Review of Existing and Potential 3D Printing Technologies and Applications in Commercial Aerospace

  • 3.1. 3D Print Technologies for Tooling and Design
  • 3.2. 3D Print Technologies for Manufacturing
  • 3.3. Review of Applications for 3D Printing in Aerospace
  • 3.4. Print Materials for 3D Printing in Aerospace

Chapter Four: Major Players in the 3D Printing Aerospace Market

  • 4.1. 3D Printing Technology Vendor Activity in Commercial Aerospace
    • 4.1.1. 3D Systems
    • 4.1.2. Arcam
    • 4.1.3. Concept Laser
    • 4.1.4. EOS
    • 4.1.5. ExOne
    • 4.1.6. Fabrisonic
    • 4.1.7. Hunan Farsoon
    • 4.1.8. Matsuura
    • 4.1.9. Sciaky
    • 4.1.10. DM3D (POM)
    • 4.1.11. Stratasys
  • 4.2. 3D Printing Material Vendors Influencing Commercial Aerospace
    • 4.2.1. Oxford Performance Materials
    • 4.2.2. Alcoa
    • 4.2.3. AP&C
  • 4.3. Influential Aerospace Companies Advancing 3D Print Technology
    • 4.3.1. Airbus
    • 4.3.2. Boeing
    • 4.3.3. GE Aerospace
    • 4.3.4. GKN
    • 4.3.5. Honeywell Aerospace
    • 4.3.6. Pratt & Whitney
    • 4.3.7. Rolls Royce
  • 4.4. 3D Printing Service Providers Influencing Commercial Aerospace
    • 4.4.1. Materialise
    • 4.4.2. Stratasys Direct Manufacturing (Solid Concepts/Harvest Technologies)
    • 4.4.3. Addaero Manufacturing & Sintavia LLC

Chapter Five: Summary of Ten Year Forecasts for 3D Printing Opportunities in Commercial Aerospace

  • 5.1. Discussion of Methodologies
  • 5.2. Summary of Ten Year Hardware Forecasts
  • 5.3. Summary of Ten Year Material Forecasts
  • 5.4. Summary of Ten Year Services and Software Forecasts
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