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少量生産:3Dプリンティング産業のマスカスタマイゼーション市場

Low-Volume Manufacturing: Mass Customization Markets for the 3D Printing Industry: 2013 to 2022

発行 SmarTech Markets Publishing LLC 商品コード 284533
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少量生産:3Dプリンティング産業のマスカスタマイゼーション市場 Low-Volume Manufacturing: Mass Customization Markets for the 3D Printing Industry: 2013 to 2022
出版日: 2013年10月31日 ページ情報: 英文
概要

当レポートでは、短時間製造による3Dプリンティング産業の新しい機会-少量生産について調査しており、3Dプリンティングを用いたマスカスタマイゼーションのマーケティング、サービスおよびビジネスモデル、技術発展動向、製品セグメント別の見通しなどを、概略以下の構成でお届けします。

第1章:3Dプリンティングにおける少量生産の機会

  • マスカスタマイゼーションマーケティングのミーム
  • 3Dプリンティングはどのようにマスカスタマイゼーションを可能にするか、またどのようにそれから利益を得るか
  • ラピッドプロトタイピングビジネスの新しい少量生産の機会
  • 3Dプリンティングを用いたマスカスタマイゼーションサービスの分析
  • 革新的なマスカスタマイゼーション/少量生産ビジネスモデルを持つ5つの3Dプリンティング企業
  • 3Dプリンティング対応のマスカスタマイゼーションの阻害因子

第2章 3Dプリンティング、少量生産に影響を及ぼす技術変化

  • ラピッドプロトタイピングに関する3Dプリンティングの機能的改善の影響
  • パーソナルプリンター:少量生産にとって何を意味するか?
  • 新材料:少量生産の見通し
  • 重要なソフトウェア革新
  • 本章の要点

第3章 3Dプリンティング、少量生産市場

  • 少量生産のためのラピッドプロトタイピングの発展
  • 産業製品
  • 一般消費財
  • 医療製品
  • 本章の要点
目次

In this report, SmarTech identifies the opportunities emerging for the 3D printing industry from short-run manufacturing. Already many rapid prototyping firms have moved in this direction, producing tens, hundreds or even thousands of a particular part or model. As we see it, 3D printing has a special role to play in the low-volume manufacturing space. It brings to the table the low unit costs typically associated with mass production while at the same time offering the flexibility of individual customization. As such, we believe that 3D printing is a unique enabling technology for the "mass customization" meme that is sweeping the product marketing community at the present time.

As SmarTech sees it, mass customization is key to the future of 3D printing and may turn out to be the main market driver for 3D printing once the hype-driven 3D printing boom has died down. 3D printing can already be used cost effectively to produce quite large product volumes. Hearing aid shells and copings for dental crowns and bridges are testaments to this. And each of these products must be customized to form fit individual customers. Meanwhile, Shapeways has built an entire business around the concept of 3D-printed mass customization.

As rapid prototyping businesses expand into low-volume manufacturing, we also expect that the addressable market for these firms will grow by orders of magnitude. In particular, we believe that existing rapid prototyping companies are very well positioned to take advantage of the mass customization trend, because the rapid prototyping sector is where one finds most of the genuine technical expertise in 3D printing at the present time.

But it's not just the traditional rapid prototyping firms. Service firms also have an opportunity here. For example, in the U.K., Sainsburys, a major retailer is planning to provide 3D printing services that will enable customers to customize products that they buy from the store. As SmarTech sees it, the developments outlined above will also generate new business revenues for 3D printer makers and their value-added resellers.

As with all SmarTech reports this report provides ten-year forecasts of the market opportunities for the 3D printing industry from low-volume, mass customized manufacturing and services; both in volume and value terms, with breakouts by product type and the sector of the 3D printing industry that will benefit from these new business revenues. The report also contains an analysis of leading firms in this space with an assessment of their strategies. And it also considers, how best to overcome the considerable quality demands that the transition for low-volume mass-customized will require.

SmarTech believes that this report will be essential reading for marketing, business development and product planning executives throughout the 3D printing community and also in the broader retail and manufacturing sector. The ultimate goal of this report is to provide strategic guidance to managers in all of the above communities.

Table of Contents

Chapter One: Low-Volume Manufacturing Opportunities for 3D Printing

  • 1.1 The mass-customization marketing meme
  • 1.2 How 3D printing enables mass customization and benefits from it
  • 1.3 New low-volume manufacturing opportunities for the rapid prototyping business
  • 1.4 Analysis mass customization services using 3D printing
  • 1.5 Five 3D printing firms with innovative mass customization/low-volume manufacturing business models
  • 1.6 Factors holding back 3D printing-enabled mass customization

Chapter Two: Technology Changes Impacting 3D-Printed, Low-Volume Manufacturing

  • 2.1 Impact of functional improvements of 3D printing on rapid prototyping
    • 2.1.1 Build speed
    • 2.1.2 Surface finish
    • 2.1.3 Dimensional accuracy
    • 2.1.4 Ability to customize for weight and functionality
  • 2.2 Personal printers: What they mean for low-volume manufacturing
  • 2.3 New materials: Implications for low-volume manufacturing
    • 2.3.1 Expected materials offerings targeted at 3D-printed, low-volume manufacturing
  • 2.4 Critical software innovations
    • 2.4.1 Role of current CAD solid-modeling systems
    • 2.4.2 Co-creation software
  • 2.5 Key points from this

Chapter Three 3D-Printed, Low-Volume Manufacturing Markets

  • 3.1 Evolution of rapid prototyping to low-volume manufacturing
  • 3.2 Industrial products
    • 3.2.1 Prototype tooling
    • 3.2.2 Part fitting and testing
    • 3.2.3 Metal casting patterns
    • 3.2.4 Presentation models and visual aids
    • 3.2.5 Architectural models
    • 3.2.6 Other industrial products
    • 3.2.7 Ten-year forecast of 3D-printed, low-volume industrial products
  • 3.3 Consumer products
    • 3.3.1 Gifts and novelties
    • 3.3.2 Jewelry
    • 3.3.3 Cell phone cases
    • 3.3.4 Spectacle frames
    • 3.3.5 Lighting
    • 3.3.6 Other consumer products
    • 3.3.7 In-store mass customization services
    • 3.3.8 Ten-year forecast of 3D-printed, low-volume consumer products
  • 3.4 Medical products
    • 3.4.1 Dental products
    • 3.4.2 Hearing aids
    • 3.4.3 Other implants
    • 3.4.4 Ten-year forecast of 3D-printed, low-volume medical products
  • 3.5 Key points from this
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