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醫療設備 (2021年) :3D列印的補綴、矯正器具、聽力設備的市場機會

Medical Devices 2021: Market Opportunities for 3D printed Prosthetics, Orthotics, and Audiology devices

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3D列印開始在醫療保健行業的不同領域顯示出不同程度的真正顛覆跡象,並允許更高水準的數位化、客製化和自動化,這些都有助於改善患者治療效果,以及OEM和醫療提供者的新創新和設備成本降低。

本報告提供3D列印的補綴、矯正器具、聽力設備市場相關調查分析,目前的市場情勢,今後10年的商務機會相關的系統性資訊。

第1章 補綴、矯正器具、聽力設備市場上AM技術現況

  • 補綴、矯正器具、聽力設備市場上AM趨勢
  • 醫療設備業的3D列印的價值主張定義
  • 對醫療設備業的採用不可或缺的非付加技術
  • 市場觀察、預測、成長預測

第2章 義肢的3D列印

  • 補綴矯正器具產業的3D列印的價值主張
  • 商用補綴的AM應用領域
  • 對補綴的生產的AM技術、平台、材料
  • 補綴矯正器具市場與採用趨勢
  • 補綴矯正器具的3D列印的預測與滲透分析

第3章 助聽器、聽力設備的3D列印

  • 助聽器、聽力設備市場上3D列印技術現況
  • 助聽器、聽力設備產業展開的3D列印技術
  • 對醫療用3D列印的阻礙的助聽器產業的商務上的疑慮與教訓
  • 助聽器、聽力設備的3D列印的預測與滲透分析

第4章 矯正器具、矯正鞋墊的3D列印

  • 矯正矯正器具、鞋墊的3D列印的價值主張的檢驗
  • 3DP下肢矯正器具用市場區隔:商用相關性別
  • 矯正矯正器具、鞋墊市場上AM技術、材料
  • 矯正矯正器具的3D列印的預測與滲透分析

第5章 3D列印的補綴、矯正器具、聽力設備市場未來 - 10年的預測

  • 3D列印的補綴、矯正器具、聽力設備市場上未來趨勢
  • 義肢、下肢、助聽器的3D列印的硬體設備的機會
  • 補綴、矯正器具、聽覺用途的3D列印的材料的機會
  • 補綴、矯正器具、助聽器的3D列印的服務和軟體的機會

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目錄
Product Code: SMP-AM-MD2021-0621

3D printing is beginning to show true signs of disruption within the healthcare industry in varying degrees across different fields, and allowing for greater levels of digitization, customisation and automation, all leading to improved patient outcomes, as well as new innovation and cost reduction for device OEMs and healthcare providers.

Whereas the use of 3D printing has become well established in the production of advanced orthopaedic implants, the production of dental aligner tools and models, and increasingly in pre-surgical planning and more so within surgical training, there remains scope for major innovation within the medical field through the adoption of 3D printing.

A burgeoning area of opportunity lies within the prosthetic device segment, with 3D printing set to trigger major disruption, innovation and growth across a number of discreet device segments. This report examines the opportunities for 3D printing across three distinct areas within prosthetics; hearing aids, upper and lower limb prosthetics and orthotic braces and insoles.

Within the audiology industry, 3D printing has established itself as a core production technology for custom in-ear hearing aid devices, with the near entirety of such hearing aid shells being directly manufacturing using 3D printing. With the demand for such devices however trending downwards, the potential for new innovations in metal devices and behind-the-ear devices has increased, setting the stage for a new wave of innovation within this well-established 3D printing market.

Conversely, the use of 3D printing within the orthotics and prosthetics industries is on the cusp of moving out of the R&D lab and into full scale commercialisation, with multiple prosthetic device and orthotic insole start-ups beginning to scale-up in partnership within industry incumbents to deliver innovative, customised and superior functioning corrective devices.

This report explores the value propositions for 3D printing across the selected device segments, assessing the benefit, insertion points and stakeholder impact of technology adoption. Additionally, a review of the current state-of-the-art of 3D printing technologies in these areas showcases which technology solutions are positioned for future penetration. Finally, a ten year forecast for each device segment alongside technology adoption, material revenue and part printing forecasts provide a clear future outlook.

Table of Contents

Chapter one: Current status of Additive Manufacturing technologies within the prosthetics, orthotics and audiology device market.

  • 1.1. Additive manufacturing trends within the Prosthetic, Orthotic and Audiology market
    • 1.1.1. Additive Technology OEMs, Materials Suppliers developing healthcare focused solutions
    • 1.1.2. Continued penetration of 3D printing within healthcare applications
    • 1.1.3. Acceleration of additive adoption in response to COVID-19 disruption
  • 1.2. Defining the value proposition of 3D printing within the medical device industry
    • 1.2.1. Process and operational improvement opportunities for 3D printing
    • 1.2.2. Supply chain reconfiguration potential with 3D printing
    • 1.2.3. Product performance and functionality improvement
    • 1.2.4. Customer experience and channel opportunities
    • 1.2.5. Comparison of value propositions between medical device segments
  • 1.3. Non-additive technologies critical to adoption within the medical device industry
  • 1.4. Market Observations, Outlook, and Growth Projections

Chapter two: 3D printing of limb prosthetics

  • 2.1. Value propositions for 3D printing within the Prosthetic device industry
    • 2.1.1. Transitioning from a traditional fabrication process chain to a digital approach
      • 2.1.1.1. Digitisation and streamlining of the impression process
      • 2.1.1.2. Fabrication techniques for sockets
    • 2.1.2. Improved customer engagement through 3D printing
      • 2.1.2.1. Streamlining of data capture and socket fitting
    • 2.1.3. Economics of 3D printed vs traditional prosthetic fabrication
  • 2.2. Additive Manufacturing Application space within commercial prosthetics
    • 2.2.1. Upper extremity prosthetic devices - arms, hands and fingers
    • 2.2.2. Lower extremity prosthetics - legs and feet
    • 2.2.3. Facial, breast and reconstructive prosthetics
  • 2.3. Additive manufacturing technologies, platforms and materials for the production of prosthetics
    • 2.3.1. Material Extrusion technologies, materials and providers
    • 2.3.2. Polymer Powder bed fusion technologies, materials and providers
    • 2.3.3. Photopolymerization technologies, materials and providers
    • 2.3.4. Metal powder bed fusion technologies, materials and providers
  • 2.4. Prosthetic device market and adoption trends
    • 2.4.1. Review of emerging 3D printing go-to-market and business models within the prosthetics industry
  • 2.5. Outlook and penetration analysis for 3D printing in prosthetic devices

Chapter three: 3D printing of hearing aids and audiology devices

  • 3.1. Current state of 3D printing technologies in hearing aid and audiology device market
    • 3.1.1. Review of value propositions for 3D printing technology for hearing aid production
    • 3.1.2. Current competitive makeup of hearing aid market and 3D printing deployments
    • 3.1.3. Segmentation of hearing aid market by product type
  • 3.2. 3D printing technologies deployed within the hearing aid and audiology industry
    • 3.2.1. Evolution of the additive hearing aid market
    • 3.2.2. Commercialization of next-generation, continuous 3D printing technologies
    • 3.2.3. Disruption from new entrants into the 3D printing hearing aid space
    • 3.2.4. Technology development within the Metal additive technology market
  • 3.3. Business considerations and learning points from the hearing aid industry for medical 3D printing disruption
    • 3.3.1. A reversal of market trends that have sustained 3D printing growth
    • 3.3.2. Advent of more compact, accessible and faster printing technologies
  • 3.4. Outlook and penetration analysis for 3D printing in hearing aids and audiology

Chapter four 3D printing of orthotic brace devices and orthotic insoles

  • 4.1. Review of Value Propositions for 3D Printing for Orthotic Devices and insoles
    • 4.1.1. Digitisation and automation of the production process
    • 4.1.2. Advancing the performance of lower limb orthosis
  • 4.2. Segmenting 3DP lower-limb orthotic applications by commercial relevance
    • 4.2.1. 3D printing within the Medical Insoles segment
    • 4.2.2. 3D printing within the orthotic brace segment
  • 4.3. Additive manufacturing technologies and materials for within the orthotic brace and insole market
    • 4.3.1. Material Extrusion technologies, materials and providers
    • 4.3.2. Polymer Powder Bed Fusion technologies, materials and providers
  • 4.4. Outlook and penetration analysis for 3D printing in orthotic devices

Chapter five: Examining the future of 3D printed orthotics, prosthetics and hearing aids - ten year forecast

  • 5.1. Future trends within the 3D printed orthotics, prosthetics and hearing aids market
  • 5.2. 3D printing hardware opportunities in Limb Prosthetics, Lower limb orthotics and hearing aids
    • 5.2.1. Hardware forecasts by market subsegment and technology type
  • 5.3. 3D print material opportunities resulting from orthotic, prosthetic and audiology applications
    • 5.3.1. Material forecast by material type
  • 5.4. 3D printing services and software opportunities in prosthetics, orthotics and hearing aids

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