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3D列印材料:技術與市場分析

3D Printing Materials 2018-2028: Technology and Market Analysis

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3D列印材料:技術與市場分析 3D Printing Materials 2018-2028: Technology and Market Analysis
出版日期: 2018年02月20日 內容資訊: 英文 135 Slides
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世界3D列印材料市場至2028年預計將擴大到160億美元。

本報告針對世界3D列印材料調查分析、提供材料分類分析與預測情報。

第1章 摘要整理

第2章 介紹

第3章 感光性樹脂

  • 介紹
  • 感光性樹脂供應商
  • 光聚合成分的應用
  • 感光樹脂助聽器
  • 感光樹脂珠寶設計
  • 感光樹脂注射製模
  • 感光樹脂消費品
  • 感光樹脂:3D印刷光學

第4章 熱塑性粉末

  • 介紹
  • 熱塑性粉末供應商
  • 熱塑性粉末:齒輪、鉸鏈、互鎖零件
  • 熱塑性粉末:藝術作品
  • 熱塑性粉末:後期加工

第5章 熱塑性長絲

  • 介紹
  • 熱塑性長絲供應商
  • 熱塑性長絲採購
  • 代替品:聚丙烯、彈性體
  • 熱塑性長絲:精密工學
  • 熱塑性長絲:備用零件
  • 熱塑性長絲:趣味創作
  • 熱塑性長絲:垂直針

第6章 複合材料

  • 介紹
  • 熱塑性複合燈絲:工具
  • 熱塑性複合燈絲:輕量化

第7章 金屬粉末

  • 粉末形態條件
  • 水噴霧、天然氣噴霧
  • 等離子體噴霧
  • 電化學噴霧
  • 粉末形態因噴霧過程不同
  • 粉末製造技術的評價
  • 支援材料
  • AM用金屬粉末採購
  • 鋁跟合金
  • 316L不鏽鋼
  • 鎳合金:高鎳合金718
  • 鈦、合金
  • 金屬粉末使用的阻礙與極限

第8章 其他金屬原料

  • 金屬線原料
  • 金屬+聚合物燈絲
  • 金屬+感光性樹脂

第9章 其他材料

  • 沙、黏合劑
  • 沙、黏合劑:脫蠟法
  • 陶瓷粉末、感光性樹脂
  • 陶瓷:牙科、醫療零件
  • 陶瓷石膏+黏合劑
  • 紙張
  • 紙張:全彩模式

第10章 新興材料

  • 3D列印新合金
  • 金屬填充熱塑性長絲:BASF Ultrafuse 316LX
  • 鎢粉末、納米粒子
  • 3D印刷電子焊接 (Solder)
  • 導電性墨水、膠
  • 玻璃

第11章 技術預測

第12章 市場分析

  • 感光性樹脂區分
  • 感光性樹脂市場區分
  • 熱塑性長絲區分
  • 熱塑性長絲市場區分
  • 熱塑性長絲的消費者區分
  • 熱可塑性樹脂市場區分
  • 材料的市場佔有率:質量分類
  • 材料的市場佔有率:收益分類
  • 聚合物材料的市場價值
  • 金屬粉末的市場價值

第13章 市場預測

  • 預測方法與調查結果
  • 感光性樹脂質量需求預測:技術分類
  • 感光性樹脂收益預測:技術分類
  • 感光性樹脂質量需求預測:平台分類
  • 感光性樹脂收益預測:平台分類
  • 熱塑性粉末的質量需求預測
  • 熱塑性粉末的收益預測
  • 熱塑性長絲的質量需求預測
  • 熱塑性長絲的收益預測
  • 熱塑性長絲的質量需求預測:平台分類
  • 熱塑性長絲的收益預測:平台分類
  • 金屬原料的質量需求預測
  • 金屬原料的收益預測
  • 3D列印材料的質量需求預測
  • 3D列印材料的收益預測
  • 材料的收益預測:產業分類

第14章 結論

第15章 企業檔案

  • 3D Systems Europe
  • Advanc3D materials
  • Advanced powders and coatings
  • Carbon3D
  • Carpenter Technology
  • Cookson Precious Metals
  • CRP Group
  • DSM Somos
  • Evonik
  • Exceltec
  • Forefront Filament
  • Graphene 3D lab
  • Heraus New Business
  • Legor group
  • Lomiko Metals
  • LPW Technology
  • Maker Juice
  • Metalysis
  • Nanosteel
  • Oxford Performance materials
  • Sandvik
  • Stratasys
  • Taulman 3D
  • TLC Korea
  • Toner Plastics Inc

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目錄

From its humble beginnings in the late 1980s, through to the global force that it is today, the capabilities of 3D printing technology has been dependent on the range of compatible materials available with the different printing processes. The range of materials has continued to diversify in this time, with key 3D printer equipment manufacturers devoting significant resources to bringing new materials to market. This portfolio of compatible materials has continued to expand as end users demand higher quality products, greater choice and flexibility, and in the case of prototyping, materials that are more representative the final product's appearance and behaviour. With end users spanning multiple industry verticals, there is a continuing drive to expand this list. The growth potential for 3D printing materials differs significantly from printing equipment, as legacy printers which are still operational continue to consume materials. Therefore, this segment of the 3D printing value chain represents tremendous potential growth opportunity over the next decade: IDTechEx forecasts that the global market for 3D printing materials will be worth $16 billion by the year 2028.

Technology and Applications

In 2018, the 3D printing market encompasses an increasingly broad materials palette. This report takes an in-depth look into established material classes polymer, metal and ceramic materials, compatible with all main 3D printing technologies, including Photosensitive Resins, Thermoplastic Powders, Thermoplastic Filaments, Metal Powders, Metal Wire and Ceramic Powders. Key technological capabilities, printer compatibilities, strengths and weaknesses, key manufacturers and example applications are discussed for each established material type. In addition, nascent materials have been recently developed, or that will be commercialised in 2018, are introduced, and their technological capabilities evaluated.

Market analysis

This report forecasts the overall 3D printing materials market to 2028, with in depth discussion of currently commercialised and emerging materials. The current state of the materials market is analysed, and long-range forecasts from 2018-2028 for forecast demand by mass and revenue per annum segmented by material class, compatible printer technology, printer price point, third party material compatibility and end user industry are evaluated.

IDTechEx conducted exhaustive primary research with companies positioned throughout the entire 3D printing value chain for key insights into the trends impacting growth to 2028. Over 25 company profiles have been included in the report including Stratasys, 3D Systems, Carbon3D, Carpenter Technology, DSM Somos and Evonik, amongst others.

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Table of Contents

1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

  • 1.1. Why adopt 3D printing?
  • 1.2. Major material-process relationships
  • 1.3. Market share of materials by mass in 2017
  • 1.4. Market share of materials by revenue in 2017
  • 1.5. 3D printing materials: forecast mass demand
  • 1.6. 3D printing materials: forecast revenues
  • 1.7. Forecast materials revenue segmented by industry
  • 1.8. Drivers and restraints of growth

2. INTRODUCTION

  • 2.1. Glossary: common acronyms for reference
  • 2.2. Scope of report
  • 2.3. The seven different types of 3D printing processes
  • 2.4. Major material-process relationships
  • 2.5. Why adopt 3D printing?
  • 2.6. History of 3D printing polymers: the rise of the hobbyist
  • 2.7. History of 3D printing metals
  • 2.8. Business models: securing future revenues
  • 2.9. Consumer vs prosumer vs professional
  • 2.10. Use patterns and market segmentation
  • 2.11. The desktop 3D printer explosion
  • 2.12. Drivers and restraints of growth

3. PHOTOSENSITIVE RESINS

  • 3.1. Introduction
  • 3.2. Photosensitive resins suppliers
  • 3.3. Applications of photopolymeric components
  • 3.4. Photopolymeric hearing aids
  • 3.5. Photopolymeric jewelry design
  • 3.6. Photopolymeric injection molds
  • 3.7. Photopolymers for consumer goods
  • 3.8. Photopolymers: 3D printed optics

4. THERMOPLASTIC POWDERS

  • 4.1. Introduction
  • 4.2. Thermoplastic powder suppliers
  • 4.3. Thermoplastic powders: gears, hinges and interlocking parts
  • 4.4. Thermoplastic powders: art
  • 4.5. Thermoplastic powders: post-processing

5. THERMOPLASTIC FILAMENTS

  • 5.1. Introduction
  • 5.2. Thermoplastic filament suppliers
  • 5.3. Procurement of thermoplastic filaments
  • 5.4. Alternatives: poly(propylene) and elastomers
  • 5.5. Thermoplastic filaments: precision engineering
  • 5.6. Thermoplastic filaments: spare parts
  • 5.7. Thermoplastic filaments: hobbyist creations
  • 5.8. Thermoplastic filaments: vertical pins

6. COMPOSITES

  • 6.1. Introduction
  • 6.2. Composite thermoplastic filaments: tooling
  • 6.3. Composite thermoplastic filaments: lightweighting
  • 6.4. Composite thermoplastic filaments: lightweighting

7. METAL POWDERS

  • 7.1. Powder morphology requirements
  • 7.2. Water or gas atomisation
  • 7.3. Plasma atomisation
  • 7.4. Electrochemical atomisation
  • 7.5. Powder morphology depends on atomisation process
  • 7.6. Evaluation of powder manufacturing techniques
  • 7.7. Supported materials
  • 7.8. Procurement of metal powders for AM
  • 7.9. Procurement of metal powders for AM
  • 7.10. Aluminium and alloys
  • 7.11. 316L stainless steel
  • 7.12. Nickel alloy: Inconel 718
  • 7.13. Titanium and alloys
  • 7.14. Barriers and limitations to using metal powders

8. OTHER METAL FEEDSTOCKS

  • 8.1. Metal wire feedstocks
  • 8.2. Metal + polymer filaments
  • 8.3. Metal + photosensitive resin

9. OTHER MATERIALS

  • 9.1. Sand and binder
  • 9.2. Sand and binder: investment casting
  • 9.3. Ceramic powders and photosensitive resins
  • 9.4. Ceramics: dental and medical components
  • 9.5. Ceramic plaster + binder
  • 9.6. Paper sheets
  • 9.7. Paper sheets: full colour models

10. EMERGING MATERIALS

  • 10.1. New alloys for 3D printing
  • 10.2. Metal-filled thermoplastic filaments: BASF Ultrafuse 316LX
  • 10.3. Tungsten powder and nanoparticles
  • 10.4. Solder for 3D printed electronics
  • 10.5. Conductive inks and pastes
  • 10.6. Glass

11. TECHNOLOGY FORECAST

  • 11.1. HP Multi Jet Fusion
  • 11.2. Onsite atomisation
  • 11.3. Carbon unveils the meter mix and dispense

12. MARKET ANALYSIS

  • 12.1. Segmentation of photosensitive resins
  • 12.2. Photosensitive resin market segmentation 2017
  • 12.3. Segmentation of thermoplastic filaments
  • 12.4. Thermoplastic filaments market segmentation 2017
  • 12.5. Segmentation of consumers of thermoplastic filaments
  • 12.6. Thermoplastics market segmentation 2017
  • 12.7. Market share of materials by mass in 2017
  • 12.8. Market share of materials by revenue in 2017
  • 12.9. Market value of polymeric materials in 2017
  • 12.10. Market value of metal powders in 2017

13. MARKET FORECAST

  • 13.1. Forecast methodology and presentation of findings
  • 13.2. Photosensitive resins: forecast mass demand by technology
  • 13.3. Photosensitive resins: forecast revenues by technology
  • 13.4. Photosensitive resins: forecast mass demand by platform
  • 13.5. Photosensitive resins: forecast revenues by platform
  • 13.6. Thermoplastic powders: forecast mass demand
  • 13.7. Thermoplastic powders: forecast revenues
  • 13.8. Thermoplastic filaments: forecast mass demand
  • 13.9. Thermoplastic filaments: forecast revenues
  • 13.10. Thermoplastic filaments: forecast mass demand by platform
  • 13.11. Thermoplastic filaments: forecast revenues by platform
  • 13.12. Metal feedstocks: forecast mass demand
  • 13.13. Metal feedstocks: forecast revenues
  • 13.14. 3D printing materials: forecast mass demand
  • 13.15. 3D printing materials: forecast revenues
  • 13.16. Forecast materials revenue segmented by industry

14. CONCLUSIONS

  • 14.1. Where next for materials for 3D printing?

15. COMPANY PROFILES

  • 15.1. 3D Systems Europe
  • 15.2. Advanc3D materials
  • 15.3. Advanced powders and coatings
  • 15.4. Carbon3D
  • 15.5. Carpenter Technology
  • 15.6. Cookson Precious Metals
  • 15.7. CRP Group
  • 15.8. DSM Somos
  • 15.9. Evonik
  • 15.10. Exceltec
  • 15.11. Forefront Filament
  • 15.12. Graphene 3D lab
  • 15.13. Heraus New Business
  • 15.14. Legor group
  • 15.15. Lomiko Metals
  • 15.16. LPW Technology
  • 15.17. Maker Juice
  • 15.18. Metalysis
  • 15.19. Nanosteel
  • 15.20. Oxford Performance materials
  • 15.21. Sandvik
  • 15.22. Stratasys
  • 15.23. Taulman 3D
  • 15.24. TLC Korea
  • 15.25. Toner Plastics Inc
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