3D Printing Technologies Market 2014-2019


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3D Printing Technologies Market 2014-2019

  1. 1. 3D Printing Technologies Market Report 2014-2019 Consumer & Industrial Applications, Technologies & Leading Companies ©notice This material is copyright by visiongain. It is against the law to reproduce any of this material without the prior written agreement of visiongain.You cannot photocopy, fax, download to database or duplicate in any other way any of the material contained in this report. Each purchase and single copy is for personal use only.
  2. 2. www.visiongain.com Contents 1.1 Global 3D printing Market Overview 1.2 Global 3D Printing Market Segmentation 1.3 Why You Should Read This Report 1.4 How This Report Delivers 1.5 Key Questions Answered by This Analytical Report Include: 1.6 Who is This Report For? 1.7 Methodology 1.8 Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) 1.9Associated Visiongain Reports 1.10 About Visiongain 2.1 Overview of 3D Printing History 2.2 3D Printing Market Segmentation 2.2 Market Definitions 2.2.1 3D printing 2.3 Leading 3D Printing Technologies and Methods 2.3.1 Stereolithography 2.3.2 Selective Laser Sintering 2.3.3 Electron Beam Melting 2.3.4 Fused Deposit Modeling 2.3.5 Laminated Object Manufacturing 2.3.6 3D Inkjet Printing 3.1 Global 3D Printing 2014 Market Revenue Forecast 2014-2019 3.2 Global 3D Printing Shipment Forecast 2014-2019 3. 2.1 Global 3D Printer Unit Shipment Forecast by Cost 2014-2019 3. The Global 3D Printing Market 2014 2. Introduction to the 3D Printing Market 1. Report Overview
  3. 3. www.visiongain.com Contents 4.1 The North American 3D Printing Market: Driving Market Growth 4.1.1 The US National 3D Printing Market Forecast 2014-2019 4.1.2 The Canadian National 3D Printing Market Forecast 2014-2019 4.2 The Latin American 3D Printing Market Forecast 2014-2019 4.3 The Asia-Pacific 3D Printing Market 2014-2019: East Asia Investing Heavily in Building and Maintaining Manufacturing Capabilities 4.3.1 China’s Rush to 3D Printing 2014-2019 4.3.2 The Japanese 3D Printing Market Forecast 2014-2019 4.3.3 The Korean National 3D Printing Market Forecast 2014-2019 4.4 The European 3D Printing Market 2014-2019: Leading in Innovation and New Applications 4.4.1 The German 3D Printing Market Forecast 2014-2019 4.4.2 3D Printing in the United Kingdom 2014-2019 4.4.3 3D Printing in the Netherlands 2014-2019: Driving Innovation in Design and Healthcare 4.5 3D Printing in the Middle East and Africa 2014-2019 5.1 3D Printing: Major Sub-Markets Share Forecast 2014-2019 5.2 3D Printing: Major Sub-Markets Revenue Forecast 2014-2019 5.3 3D Printing in Consumer Products and Electronics 2014-2019 5.4 3D Printing in the Automotive Sector 2014-2019 5.5 3D Printing Advances and Innovation in Healthcare 2014-2019 5.6 Additive Manufacturing in the Aerospace Industry 2014-2019 5.7 Bringing 3D Printing into the Workplace 2014-2019 5.8 Educational 3D Printing Market 2014-2019 5.9 Defence and Government Contracts 3D Printing 2014-2019 5.10 Architecture 3D Printing Market 2014-2019 6.1 3D Systems 6.1.1 Building Strengths with Partnerships 6.1.2 Vastness of Operations 6.2 Stratasys 6. Leading 3D Printing Companies 5. Leading 3D Printing Sub-Markets and Revenue Streams 4. Regional and National 3D Printing Market Forecasts 2014-2019
  4. 4. www.visiongain.com Contents 6.2.1 Acquisitions in Line with Core Competencies 6.2.2 Using Proprietary Technology to Progressively Grow Installed Base 6.3 Arcam AB 6.3.1 Arcam Strategy and Outlook 6.3.2 Potential in the Healthcare Market 6.4 ExOne 6.4.1 Recovering from Stock Market Shock 6.4.2 Outlook after Recovery 6.5 EOS GmbH 6.5.1 Competitive Advantage in Aerospace 6.5.2 Alliance with Concept Laser 6.5.3 Active Portfolio in the Healthcare Industry 6.6 EnvisionTEC 6.6.1 Battling the Emergence of Low-Cost Alternatives 6.7 Materialise NV 6.8 Organovo 6.8.1 A Pioneer in Bioprinting 6.8.2 Commercial Usage Timeline for Organovo Technology 6.9 Concept Laser 6.10 Alphaform AG 7.1 The Global 3D Printing Market 2014-2019 7.2 Regional 3D Printing Forecasts 7.3 Leading National 3D Printing Markets 2014-2019 7.4 Leading 3D Printing Companies 7.5 Leading 3D Printing Sub-Markets 2014-2019 7.6 Leading 3D Printing Technologies 7.7 Final Thoughts Glossary 7. Conclusions
  5. 5. Page 46www.visiongain.com 3D Printing Technologies Market Report 2014-2019: Consumer & Industrial Applications, Technologies & Leading Companies at low temperature, it is already widely used in the automotive industry for gears, bearing and fittings. It is more durable than ABS and has an excellent cost/performance ratio. 3D printing is a priority for Germany. Its manufacturing faces an extremely competitive environment that rewards efforts to improve production methods. German precision engineering techniques would blend well with 3D printing technology for creating high quality products, and high German labour costs give companies incentives to move to innovative production methods. Unlike genetically modified organisms or nuclear power, new technologies that have drawn opposition from Germany’s powerful Green Party, AM is in keeping with the country’s environmental goals. Visiongain projects the German 3D printing market to be worth $285 million in 2014 and $1.78 billion in 2019. This will represent a notably high 44.3% CAGR for the forecast period. See Chart 4.19 and Table 4.11 below. Chart 4.19: German 3D Printing Market Revenue Forecast 2014-2019 ($ bn; AGR %) Source: visiongain, 2014 0.285 0.447 0.686 0.95 1.36 1.78 56.8% 53.5% 38.5% 43.2% 30.9% 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% 0 0.2 0.4 0.6 0.8 1 1.2 1.4 1.6 1.8 2 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 AGR% Revenue($billions) Revenue AGR %
  6. 6. Page 68www.visiongain.com 3D Printing Technologies Market Report 2014-2019: Consumer & Industrial Applications, Technologies & Leading Companies world’s first completely 3D printed house. The proposed adobe would be assembled from 2.5m high and 1.7m wide blocks generated with a custom AM machine named the KamerMaker. This is a larger equivalent of a desktop 3D printer capable of producing plastics up to 10 times thicker than its smaller counterpart. The result would be a 13-room canal house made from interlocking components. Rooms could be generated separately and then combined to form the finished house. While this more radical usage will not enter the mainstream during the forecast period or soon after it, it has stretched the potential of 3D printing in yet another field. During the forecast period, visiongain believes that a majority of AM use will be confined to the office rather than the building site, with some 3D printed items being used in the actual construction. We believe this will typically be fixtures and finishings rather than structural components. See Chart 5.10 and Table 5.11. Chart 5.10: Global Architecture 3D Printing Sub-Market Revenue Forecast 2014-2019 ($ bn; AGR %) Source: visiongain, 2014 Table 5.11: Global Architecture 3D Printing Sub-Market Revenue Forecast 2014-2019 ($ billion, AGR %, CAGR %, Cumulative) 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2014-2019 Revenue ($ bn) 0.099 0.131 0.198 0.196 0.198 0.219 1.041 AGR (%) - 32.2 51.2 -0.6 1.1 10.5 CAGR (%) 2014-16 41.4 2016-19 3.5 CAGR (%) 2014-19 17.3 Source: visiongain, 2014 0.099 0.131 0.198 0.196 0.198 0.219 32.2% 51.2% -0.6% 1.1% 10.5% -10% 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 0 0.05 0.1 0.15 0.2 0.25 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 AGR% Revenue($billions) Revenue AGR %
  7. 7. Page 70www.visiongain.com 3D Printing Technologies Market Report 2014-2019: Consumer & Industrial Applications, Technologies & Leading Companies 6.1 3D Systems Charles Hull is the founder of 3D Systems, the creator of SLA, and widely credited for starting the 3D printing movement in the 1980s. He still serves as the chief technology officer and executive vice-president of the company. 3D Systems is active in a number of AM fields, including aerospace, education, healthcare, arts and entertainment, architecture, energy, and jewellery. Applications for the technology range between content creation and prototyping, end-use parts manufacturing, injection moulding, and generating implantable devices. Visiongain believes that 3D Systems is on track to earn revenue of over $580 million in 2014. Now that the international 3D printing market is expanding, new, competitive technologies are being developed, and technological patents are set to expire, 3D Systems will need to find an effective strategy to cement its lead in this space. 6.1.1 Building Strengths with Partnerships One of 3D Systems’ main strengths is its extensive partner and international reseller network. Most notably, in May 2014, 3D Systems partnered with ScanSource Inc., a leading international value- added distributor of specialty technology products. Under their agreement, 3D Systems would benefit largely from ScanSource's new technologies team dedicated to the sale and support of 3D printing solutions. Whereas 3D printing has been a niche market for the first two decades of its existence, it is beginning to move into a growth period along a regular adoption curve. The partnership with ScanSource denotes a shift in 3D Systems’ strategy reflecting this change in the market; they are optimising their reseller channel and trying to hit the greatest possible number of verticals and sub- markets. Outside of the high-technology market, 3D Systems has also forged a partnership with Hershey chocolate. While it may not have the same tech industry clout as their partnership with ScanSource, however Hershey is the largest chocolate producer in the United States, a $18 billion total market size. Globally, Hershey revenue is in excess of $1 billion annually, out of a global market size of over $90 billion. This partnership between Hershey and 3D Systems has yet to yield any tangible products, but visiongain believes chocolate is a large, reliable market with 3% annual growth and the greater potential applications for 3D printing in the food industry are vast.