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3D Printing 2016-2026: Technologies, Markets, Players

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3Dプリンター:技術、市場、関連企業 3D Printing 2016-2026: Technologies, Markets, Players
出版日: 2016年07月22日 ページ情報: 英文 187 Slides
概要

近年、3Dプリンターに対する関心が高まっており、第3の産業革命をもたらす技術という見方もあります。80年代後半に発明された3Dプリンターの技術は、その後の地道な開発努力を経て2009年以降大きく進歩しており、需要も急速に伸びています。元々3Dプリンターは、製品の形状やはめ合いを調べるためのラピッドプロトタイピングに使われていましたが、近年では、作業環境における試作品の機能検査などにも使われるようになっており、最終製品の製造に用いられる可能性もあります。3Dプリンターの用途は、今後もさらに拡大する見通しであり、新たな材料が開発されることで新たなビジネスチャンスが生まれると期待されています

当レポートは、3Dプリンターの技術とその進歩、現在と将来の市場などを詳細に分析したもので、航空宇宙、自動車、家電、医療/歯科、宝飾品、建築、デザインアートなどの分野における今後の見通し、ラピッドプロトタイピングや最終製品の製造、工具製作などの用途分野に関する詳細な分析、主要企業各社のプロファイルなどを提供しています。

第1章 エグゼクティブサマリー

第2章 イントロダクション

  • 3Dプリンティングとは
  • 3Dプリンティングの利点
  • 3Dプリンティングの沿革
  • 個人用3Dプリンティングの登場
  • バリューチェーン
  • 市場構造

第3章 主な市場促進・抑制要因

  • 市場促進要因
  • 市場抑制要因
  • プリンティングの過程と材料
  • プリンティングの過程と材料の互換性
  • 溶接法
    • 主要企業
    • 設備コスト
    • SWOT分析
  • 火薬式(Blown powder)
  • 選択的レーザー溶融法
  • 電子ビーム溶融法
  • 金属+バインダー(接合剤)
  • 砂+バインダー
  • 選択的レーザー焼結法
  • 熱可塑性押し出し法
  • 光造形法(SLA)およびデジタル光処理法(DLP)
  • インクジェット式感光性ポリマー
  • SCP (Smooth curvature printing)
  • 選択溶解積層(SDL)方式
  • ハイブリッドCNC(数値制御装置)

第4章 市場構造

  • 主要企業
  • 技術別の市場内訳
  • 産業別の市場内訳

第5章 市場分析

  • 機械の価格:プリンティング工程別
  • 製造量:プリンティング工程別
  • 精密度:プリンティング工程別
  • 価格 vs 速度
  • 価格 vs 精度
  • 価格 vs 生産量
  • 生産量 vs 精度
  • 生産量 vs 速度

第6章 用途

  • 航空宇宙:Aviation Industry Corporation of China (AVIC)
  • 航空宇宙:GEの燃料ノズル
  • KySat-2
  • SULSA
  • 建築構造:Adrian Priestman
  • 宝飾品:試作品・製品製造
  • アート:Strandbeests
  • 映画の小道具
  • 衣料品:N12 bikini
  • 教育:脳外科手術
  • 趣味:工具・玩具・パズル
  • CSI:犯罪現場の再現
  • 整形外科
  • 試作品製造:Disney's AIREAL
  • スポーツ:フェンシング用の柄
  • 消費者向け製品:Crayon Creatures

第7章 市場の将来予測

  • 市場規模:産業別
  • 背景情報
  • 市場シェア:産業別
  • 成長率:産業別
  • 市場規模:技術別
  • 市場規模:収益源別
  • 3Dプリンターの価格

第8章 3Dプリンターメーカーのプロファイル

  • 3D Systems
  • Arcam
  • Concept Laser
  • EFESTO
  • EnvisionTEC
  • ExOne
  • Leapfrog
  • MaukCC
  • Optomec
  • Realizer
  • RepRap
  • Sciaky Inc.
  • Solidscape
  • Stratasys Inc
  • Voxeljet
  • Wanhao
  • ZMorph

第9章 3Dプリンティングサービス企業のプロファイル

  • Hoganas

第10章 エンドユーザーのプロファイル

  • Lockheed Martin
  • Boeing
  • Ford
  • Dyson
  • GE Aviation
  • BMW
  • Reebok
  • Addenbrooke's

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目次

4.6 million 3D printers will be sold during 2026.

This report covers the current and future status, opportunities and market forecasts of 3D printing. It contains many illustrative and analytical figures and tables plus 90 company profiles from across the globe.

Upon request the original PowerPoint can be included free of charge as part of the report purchase.

3D Printing

3D printing has received much attention over recent years. Hyped as the technology to bring about a 3rd industrial revolution, 3D printing technologies were in fact invented in the early 80s. They remained a niche prototyping technology until the expiration of a key patent in 2009 allowed many start-ups to offer cheap desktop 3D printers. 3D printing was thrust into the limelight and major players were reporting dramatic growth in everything from consumer to high-end metal printers.

For some companies, sales have since slowed. Stratasys, 3D Systems and ExOne have all reported very low growth. However, this seems to be due to poor strategy and management rather than a lack of opportunities in the industry. The Taiwanese company, XYZPrinting, in partnership with tech giant Lenovo, offer a $450 desktop 3D printer and sold 300,000 during 2015, mostly within Asia. This illustrates that the shift to cheaper mass production of these machines is opening up markets outside of America and Europe.

Figure: Unit sales of thermoplastic extrusion 3D printers during 2015.

                     Source: IDTechEx Research.

3D printing encompasses a variety of different printing processes, loosely grouped into seven categories. The processes are all primarily additive in nature. Materials are deposited only where needed, resulting in significantly less materials wastage than traditional manufacturing techniques. Each technology can be used with a different range of materials, which in turn defines the suitable applications of the printer.

Originally used for the rapid production of prototypes for form and fit testing, applications are transitioning towards also functional testing of prototypes under working conditions, and further, the manufacture of final products. 2016 has seen the first production of flight critical parts for commercial aircraft.

With 3D printing designs are not constrained by manufacturing limitations and design complexity no longer adds cost. This opens up design avenues in the fashion, jewellery and furniture design industries. It also enables the economic production of lighter components critical to the aerospace and automotive industries.

Applications are also emerging in the medical and dental fields, where the opportunity afforded by cheap mass customisation is allowing surgeons to replicate a patient's body based on MRI and CT scans in order to practice difficult invasive procedures or increase patient education. Medical and dental implants which are fully customised to a particular individual can be generated.

This report discusses all of the commercially-significant existing technologies and promising emerging technologies in depth, and analyses both the current and future markets for 3D printing.

  • Market forecasts: Granular ten-year market forecasts segmented by application and technology, in unit numbers and revenue.
  • Technology assessment: Detailed, data-driven and insightful analysis of all the existing and emerging 3D printing technologies.
  • Application analysis: Market size and trend analysis of end applications such as Aerospace, Medical, Dental, Orthopaedics, Jewellery, Education, Architecture, Oil and Gas, and Automotive.
  • Company profiles: Critical and interview-based assessment and SWOT analysis of more than 90 companies active in the industry.

This report is based upon 4 years of research. Our team has interviewed and profiled all the key manufacturers. We have attended countless relevant events globally and organized our own sessions on the topic since 2013 in Europe, Asia, and the USA.

This market study is the distilled and processed result of our continuous endeavours. Each year we have learned more about the market trends, key hurdles to adoption, and latest prices and fine-tune our analysis, insight and forecasts.

The following technologies are covered in detail including lists of all major vendors for each technology type and SWOT analyses with quantitative data:

  • 1. Vat Photopolymerisation (including Stereolithography and Digital Light Processing)
  • 2. Material Extrusion
  • 3. Material Jetting
  • 4. Powder-bed Fusion (including Selective Laser Sintering of plastics, Selective Laser Melting of metals and Electron Beam Melting)
  • 5. Directed Energy Deposition (including Blown metal powder and Welding)
  • 6. Binder Jetting (sand + binder, metal powder + binder and plaster + binder)
  • 7. Sheet Lamination (Selective Deposition Lamination)

This report gives financial data and forecasts to 2026 in the following forms:

  • 2015 Machine Sales by Technology
  • Installed Base at end of 2015 by technology
  • 2015 Revenue from 3D printer sales by technology
  • Forecast of Machine Sales by Technology
  • Forecast of Machine Sales excluding desktop machines
  • Forecast of Installed Base by Technology
  • Forecast of Installed Base excluding desktop
  • Forecast of price of machines by technology
  • Forecast of Revenue by Technology
  • Forecast of 3D Printing Industry Revenue
  • Market Share split by Application
  • Industry Revenue Split by Application

The report includes discussions of applications, case studies and the state of adoption in:

  • Prototyping
  • Tooling
  • Aerospace
  • Medical
  • Dental
  • Orthopaedics
  • Jewellery
  • Hobbyist
  • Film Industry
  • Education
  • Off-Planet Manufacturing
  • Architecture
  • Art
  • Oil and Gas
  • Food
  • Medical Research
  • Fashion
  • Automotive
  • Printed Electronics

90 companies involved in the 3D printing industry have been profiled in detail, and the report is also informed by interviews with companies and institutions throughout the value chain.

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Table of Contents

1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

  • 1.1. Advantages of 3D Printing
  • 1.2. Printing processes and material compatibility
  • 1.3. Numbers of acquisitions within the 3D printing industry
  • 1.4. Investment Opportunities? - stock price drop
  • 1.5. Increasing value of 3D printed objects
  • 1.6. Expectations
  • 1.7. Machine Sales by Technology
  • 1.8. Forecast of Installed Base by Technology
  • 1.9. Forecast of Revenue by Technology
  • 1.10. Forecast of 3D Printing Industry Revenue
  • 1.11. Challenges that need to be solved

2. INTRODUCTION

  • 2.1. 3D Printing is...
  • 2.2. Advantages of 3D Printing
  • 2.3. The cost of complexity
  • 2.4. Drivers
  • 2.5. A brief history of 3D printing
  • 2.6. Company Start Dates
  • 2.7. Fully Digital Work-flow

3. 3D PRINTING TECHNOLOGIES

  • 3.1. Printing processes and material compatibility
  • 3.2. Alternative Naming of Technologies
  • 3.3. Vat Photopolymerisation
  • 3.4. Sales - Vat Photopolymerisation
  • 3.5. Material Extrusion
  • 3.6. Sales - Material Extrusion
  • 3.7. Material Jetting of Photopolymers
  • 3.8. Sales - Material Jetting
  • 3.9. Powder-bed Fusion - Selective Laser Sintering
  • 3.10. Sales - Thermoplastic Powder-Bed
  • 3.11. Powder-bed Fusion - Selective Laser Melting
  • 3.12. Powder-bed Fusion - Electron Beam Melting
  • 3.13. Sales - Metal Powder-Bed
  • 3.14. Direct Energy Deposition - Blown Powder
  • 3.15. Direct Energy Deposition - Welding
  • 3.16. Sales - Directed Energy Deposition
  • 3.17. Binder Jetting - Metal + Binder
  • 3.18. Binder Jetting - Sand + Binder
  • 3.19. Binder Jetting - Plaster + Binder
  • 3.20. Sheet Lamination

4. PRODUCT LANDSCAPE

  • 4.1. Machine prices by printing process
  • 4.2. Speed vs Price
  • 4.3. Build volumes by printing process
  • 4.4. Volume vs Price
  • 4.5. Build speed by printing process
  • 4.6. Speed vs Volume
  • 4.7. Precision by printing process
  • 4.8. Price vs Precision
  • 4.9. Volume vs Precision
  • 4.10. Precision vs Speed

5. INTERESTING INNOVATIONS

  • 5.1. Three most promising innovations in 3D printing
  • 5.2. Promising companies working on these innovations
  • 5.3. Carbon 3D
  • 5.4. Gizmo 3D
  • 5.5. LCD stereolithography 3D Printing
  • 5.6. Impossible Objects
  • 5.7. 3D Printing of Levitating Objects
  • 5.8. Hybrid Manufacturing Technologies
  • 5.9. 3D Systems SLAbot-1

6. TECHNOLOGY ROADMAP

  • 6.1. Layer Thickness Predictions
  • 6.2. Build Speed Predictions
  • 6.3. EU Roadmap for Technical AM Development
  • 6.4. EU Roadmap of Grand Challenges served by AM

7. CONSUMER-LEVEL DESKTOP 3D PRINTING

  • 7.1. Emergence of consumer-level 3D printing
  • 7.2. Emergence of consumer-level 3D printing
  • 7.3. "Consumer-level"
  • 7.4. Emergence of consumer-level 3D printing

8. MARKET STRUCTURE

  • 8.1. Value Network
  • 8.2. Value Network
  • 8.3. The Two Value Chains
  • 8.4. Value chains: vendor lock-in
  • 8.5. Value chains: free market materials
  • 8.6. Value chain determines material prices
  • 8.7. Business Models
  • 8.8. Descriptions of key roles - Materials
  • 8.9. Materials' Suppliers Worldwide
  • 8.10. Descriptions of key roles - Software
  • 8.11. Patentability of digital models
  • 8.12. Descriptions of key roles - Hardware
  • 8.13. Descriptions of key roles - Users
  • 8.14. Examples of Service Bureaus Worldwide
  • 8.15. Standards Organisations
  • 8.16. Collaborations
  • 8.17. Numbers of acquisitions within the 3D printing industry
  • 8.18. Acquisitions by company type
  • 8.19. Value of Acquisitions

9. COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE

  • 9.1. Big Players Entering the Market
  • 9.2. Investment Opportunities? - stock price drop
  • 9.3. Market Leaders Raise Barriers to Entry
  • 9.4. Low-end Shake-out
  • 9.5. Thermoplastic Extrusion Manufacturers
  • 9.6. Innovators Diversify
  • 9.7. How innovation is seeking to address industry problems
  • 9.8. How technology progress will enable new applications

10. APPLICATIONS

  • 10.1. Increasing value of 3D printed objects
  • 10.2. "Killer App"
  • 10.3. Timeline of Adoption
  • 10.4. Expectations
  • 10.5. Market Share of Applications in
  • 10.6. Prototyping
  • 10.7. Case Study: Dyson
  • 10.8. Tooling
  • 10.9. Case Study: John Deere
  • 10.10. Case Study: Volvo Construction Equipment
  • 10.11. Aerospace
  • 10.12. Case Study: Boeing
  • 10.13. Case Study: GE Aviation
  • 10.14. Timeline of Adoption in Aerospace Applications
  • 10.15. Medical
  • 10.16. Case Study: Sonova
  • 10.17. Timeline of Adoption in Medical Applications
  • 10.18. Dental
  • 10.19. Case Study: Argen Digital
  • 10.20. Orthopaedics
  • 10.21. Case Study: Adler Ortho
  • 10.22. Jewellery
  • 10.23. Case Study: Birmingham School of Jewellery
  • 10.24. Hobbyist
  • 10.25. Film Industry
  • 10.26. Case Study: Propshop
  • 10.27. Education
  • 10.28. Case Study: University of Malaya in Malaysia
  • 10.29. Off-Planet Manufacturing
  • 10.30. Case Study: Made in Space
  • 10.31. Architecture
  • 10.32. Case Study: Modelzium
  • 10.33. Art
  • 10.34. Oil and Gas
  • 10.35. Case Study: Siemens
  • 10.36. Food
  • 10.37. Case Study: The Sugar Lab
  • 10.38. Medical Research
  • 10.39. Case Study: Organovo
  • 10.40. Fashion
  • 10.41. Case Study: Pensar
  • 10.42. Automotive
  • 10.43. Case Study: Klock Werks
  • 10.44. Printed Electronics
  • 10.45. Case Study: University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP)

11. 2015 SALES

  • 11.1. 2015 Machine Sales by Technology
  • 11.2. 2015Installed Base at end of by technology
  • 11.3. 2015 Revenue from 3D printer sales by technology

12. ASSUMPTIONS AND ESTIMATIONS

  • 12.1. 3D Systems
  • 12.2. Free market material extrusion

13. FORECASTS

  • 13.1. Forecast of Machine Sales by Technology
  • 13.2. Forecast of Machine Sales excluding desktop machines
  • 13.3. Data for Forecast of Machine Sales
  • 13.4. Forecast of Installed Base by Technology
  • 13.5. Forecast of Installed Base excluding desktop
  • 13.6. Data for Forecast of Installed Base
  • 13.7. Forecast of price of machines by technology
  • 13.8. Data for Forecast of Price ($)
  • 13.9. Forecast of Revenue by Technology
  • 13.10. Data for Forecast of Revenue ($M)
  • 13.11. Forecast of 3D Printing Industry Revenue
  • 13.12. Market Share split by Application
  • 13.13. Industry Revenue Split by Application
  • 13.14. Data for Revenue Split by Application ($B)

14. CONCLUSIONS

  • 14.1. Restraints
  • 14.2. Challenges that need to be solved
  • 14.3. Additional skills for designers and engineers to fully utilize the advantages of 3D printing
  • 14.4. The impact of 3D printing on...
  • 14.5. Non-traditional companies as new competitors

15. COMPANY PROFILES

  • 15.1. 3D Ceram
  • 15.2. 3D Systems Europe
  • 15.3. 3Dponics
  • 15.4. Advanc3d Materials
  • 15.5. Advanced Powders and Coatings
  • 15.6. AgIC
  • 15.7. Arcam
  • 15.8. Arcam AB
  • 15.9. Arevo Labs
  • 15.10. Argen Corporation
  • 15.11. Beijing Jiruixintian Technology Co., Ltd.
  • 15.12. Beijing Tiertime Technology Co Ltd
  • 15.13. Biobots
  • 15.14. Blacktrace Holdings Ltd
  • 15.15. BluePrinter ApS
  • 15.16. BMW
  • 15.17. Boeing
  • 15.18. BotFactory
  • 15.19. Canatu
  • 15.20. Carima Ltd
  • 15.21. Cartesian Co
  • 15.22. Chemcubed
  • 15.23. Concept Laser GMBH
  • 15.24. Cookson Precious Metals
  • 15.25. CRP Group
  • 15.26. Digilab Inc.
  • 15.27. DSM Somos
  • 15.28. Dyson
  • 15.29. Efesto LLC
  • 15.30. envisionTEC Gmbh
  • 15.31. EOS GmbH
  • 15.32. EPSRC
  • 15.33. Evonik
  • 15.34. Exceltec
  • 15.35. Fabrisonic LLC
  • 15.36. Ford Motor Company
  • 15.37. Formlabs
  • 15.38. Fraunhofer IWU
  • 15.39. Fripp Design Ltd
  • 15.40. Graphene 3D Lab
  • 15.41. Heraeus New Businesses
  • 15.42. HÖGANÄS
  • 15.43. Impossible Objects
  • 15.44. Leapfrog 3D Printers
  • 15.45. Legor Group
  • 15.46. Lockheed Martin
  • 15.47. Lomiko Metals
  • 15.48. LPW Technology Ltd
  • 15.49. Luxexcel
  • 15.50. Maker Juice
  • 15.51. Materialise
  • 15.52. MaukCC
  • 15.53. MesoScribe Technologies
  • 15.54. MicroFab
  • 15.55. n3D Biosciences, Inc.
  • 15.56. Nano Dimension
  • 15.57. The NanoSteel Company
  • 15.58. Nascent Objects, Inc
  • 15.59. NinjaFlex (Fenner Drives)
  • 15.60. Norsk Titanium
  • 15.61. nScrypt
  • 15.62. Optomec
  • 15.63. Orbital Composites
  • 15.64. Organovo Holdings, Inc.
  • 15.65. Oxford Performance Materials
  • 15.66. Photocentric
  • 15.67. Poietis
  • 15.68. Rahn AG
  • 15.69. Realizer GmbH
  • 15.70. Reebok International
  • 15.71. regenHU Ltd
  • 15.72. RepRap Professional Limited
  • 15.73. Ricoh
  • 15.74. Roland DGA Corporation
  • 15.75. Sandvik
  • 15.76. Sciaky Inc.
  • 15.77. Sinterit Sp. z o.o.
  • 15.78. Sintratec AG
  • 15.79. Solidscape
  • 15.80. Star Prototype
  • 15.81. Stratasys
  • 15.82. Taulman3D
  • 15.83. TeVido BioDevices
  • 15.84. The ExOne Company
  • 15.85. TLC Korea
  • 15.86. Toner Plastics Inc.
  • 15.87. Viridis 3D
  • 15.88. Volvo Construction Equipment
  • 15.89. Voxel8
  • 15.90. Voxeljet Technology GmbH
  • 15.91. Wanhao
  • 15.92. ZMorph
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