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各電力產業用3D列印 - 各主題分析

3D Printing in Power - Thematic Research

出版商 GlobalData 商品編碼 756358
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 35 Pages
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各電力產業用3D列印 - 各主題分析 3D Printing in Power - Thematic Research
出版日期: 2019年10月24日內容資訊: 英文 35 Pages
簡介

3D列印 (AM:層積造型) 產業,從2013年的30億美元,2017年成長到70億美元。

本報告提供電力產業用3D列印調查分析,主要企業,技術概要,主要趨勢,價值鏈,產業分析等相關的系統性資訊。

企業

技術概要

  • 定義
  • 3D列印8大技術

趨勢

  • 技術趨勢
  • 宏觀經濟趨勢
  • 法規趨勢

價值鏈

  • 桌面/原型製作
  • 工業/製造
  • 設計軟體
  • 流程控制軟體
  • 快速原型製作 (RP)
  • 按需製造

產業分析

  • 使用案例
  • 市場規模預測
  • 競爭分析
  • 電力產業用3D列印
  • M&A
  • 時間軸

顛覆性的影響

  • 汽車
  • 航太
  • 醫療保健
  • 建設
  • 服裝
  • 珠寶飾品
  • 食品
  • 物流
  • 侵犯版權

企業SECTION

  • 上市公司
  • 未上市公司
  • 電力公司

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目錄
Product Code: GDPE-TR-S024

Has 3D printing come of age?

3D printing is in its mid-thirties and is now approaching market growth that Chuck Hull could only have dreamt about when he invented it in 1983.

By 2025, 3D printing, or additive manufacturing (AM), will be a $32bn industry, rising to over $60bn by 2030. The compound annual growth rate (CAGR) between 2018 and 2025 will be 16%, according to GlobalData estimates, with software growing slightly faster than hardware, materials and services.

3D printing has always been most closely associated with prototyping and short production runs. But now it is becoming a key part of the manufacturing mix alongside injection molding and computer numerical control machining. The use of polymers - particularly plastics - in 3D printing still exceeds metals, but the gap is narrowing, and metals could outstrip polymers from 2021.

3D printing, a cutting-edge technology, is also steadily opening up opportunities for the power industry, with its applications in numerous facets of the power domain including renewable energy, conventional power, along with battery energy storage. Be it rapid prototyping and producing components or parts with complex geometries, AM results in shorter lead time, reduced costs, faster upgrade of existing assets and optimized efficiency, and is expected to further enhance with the invention of larger printers.

With the power industry under pressure, manufacturers are focusing on 3D printing for solutions with decreased costs and shorter timeframes. Power sector companies such as Siemens, GE, Rosatom and Westinghouse have been early adopters in the industrialization of 3D printing.

Scope

  • This report explores 3D printing technology and its use cases in old and new contexts as well, most notably in construction and medicine, and the power sector.
  • It identifies the winners and losers dominating the current technology theme, across the hardware, software, and services domains.
  • It identifies power utilities and equipment manufacturers who are witnessing a huge opportunity with 3D printing.

Reasons to buy

  • The report identifies leading players in the 3D printing sector, across the hardware, software, and services domains.
  • It provides a technology briefing of how additive manufacturing processes have been developed over the last 25 years.
  • It identifies the main trends in the 3D printing industry over the next 12 to 24 months.
  • It provides an overview of the 3D printing value chain categorized across three core layers - hardware, software, and services.
  • The report analyses the technology theme, with use cases, market size forecasts, competitive analysis, 3D printing in power, mergers and acquisitions, and a timeline.
  • The report looks at the key industries impacted by 3D printing and estimate roughly how far away we are from significant industry disruption.
  • The report also uses a scorecard approach to identify leading companies in a sector.
  • The report looks at power sector companies that were early adopters of industrial 3D printing and their activities.

Table of Contents

  • PLAYERS 4
  • TECHNOLOGY BRIEFING 5
    • Definition 5
    • The eight different types of 3D printing technology 5
    • The science behind 3D printing 10
    • The technology of materials 11
    • 4D printing 12
    • The cost of 3D printing 13
  • TRENDS 14
    • Technology trends 14
    • Regulatory trends 16
    • Macroeconomic trends 18
  • INDUSTRY ANALYSIS 19
    • Market size and growth forecasts 21
    • Competitive analysis 22
    • Mergers and acquisitions 24
    • Timeline 26
  • VALUE CHAIN 27
    • Hardware 27
    • Materials 28
    • Software 29
    • Services 30
  • HOW 3D PRINTING IS DISRUPTING INDUSTRIES 32
    • Manufacturing 32
    • Automotive 33
    • Aerospace 34
    • Consumer goods 35
    • Healthcare 36
    • Construction 37
    • Jewelry 37
    • Food 39
    • Toys 39
    • Power 40
  • COMPANIES 42
    • Public companies 42
    • Private companies 50
    • Power companies 54
  • WHO'S WHO IN 3D PRINTING 55
    • Classification by value chain segment 55
    • Classification by 3D printing technology 56
  • GLOSSARY 57
  • APPENDIX: OUR THEMATIC RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 60