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DUBLIN, Apr. 02, 2015 /PRNewswire/ –Research and Markets
(http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/kvss9m/additive) has announced a further of a “Additive Manufacturing Opportunities in a Automotive Industry: A Ten-Year Forecast “ news to their offering.
Automotive manufacturers were among a beginning adopters of addition manufacturing/3D copy (3DP) technology. SmarTech marketplace investigate now suggests that a revenues from 3DP equipment, materials and services sole into a automotive attention will surpass $870 million in 2019 going on to strech some-more than $1.8 billion by 2023.
Additive Manufacturing Opportunities in a Automotive Industry: A 10 Year Forecast is a latest news on modernized prolongation from SmarTech. The news is authored by Senior Analyst Scott Dunham, a seasoned attention researcher in a 3D copy business, who has been covering a space for years. This news compliments SmarTech’s news on addition prolongation in a Aerospace from March 2014.
The fast enrichment in adoption of 3DP/AM has led SmarTech to emanate a specific patron adoption indication for 3D copy in a automotive attention to yield a template to lane how a automotive attention is advancing a use of a technology. This news contains granular ten-year forecasts of addition automotive revenues, that are formed on this worldly analysis.
The news also discusses a income era that will start as a automotive attention creates a tour from 3DP prototyping to 3DP fast manufacturing. It also includes a marketplace investigate and foresee of a 3DP materials that will be consumed by a automotive attention over a entrance decade, as good as an comment of a impact of 3DP on a automotive supply chain.
The automotive attention is a heading writer of 3D printed antecedent parts, with several manufacturers producing over 100,000 antecedent tools and additively done molds per year.
Until recently a automotive attention has seemed calm with regulating a record for low volume prototypes. However, over a past 3 years, a accumulation of heading automotive manufacturers have severely modernized their use of 3DP technology, both in imitation volumes and by relocating 3D copy into some-more poignant roles within a larger prolongation environment.
These leaders are bringing a rest of a attention with them into a subsequent expansion of 3D copy in automotive. Revenues from a sale of 3D printers to a automotive attention will strech $586 million by 2019.
Naturally, aloft imitation volumes also meant a fast boost in materials revenues generated from a use of 3D printers from a automotive industry, that will strech $376 million by 2019. Thermoplastics and photopolymers continue to a lead a approach in element revenues, however by pristine volume silt will grow during a really fast gait for a prolongation of silt molds to expel exam tools for engine development.
Other applications in automotive are also display earnest developments, including a poignant volume of growth and investigate from startups associated to cars done from a infancy of 3D printed parts. Meanwhile, a laggards in a automotive is fast pierce to locate adult to a latest trends in manufacturing, and leaders enhance their in-house fleets of printers to accommodate some-more and some-more modernized organic and unpractical prototypes.
Key Topics Covered:
Chapter One: Introduction
1.1 History of 3D Printing in a Automotive Industry
1.2 Evolution of 3D Printing in Automotive: Beyond Prototyping
1.3 Objective and Scope of this Report
1.4 Methodology of this Report
1.5 Plan of this Report
Chapter Two: Rapid Prototyping Applications in a Automotive Industry
2.1 Conceptual Value Propositions for Rapid Prototyping in Automotive
2.2 Function Value Propositions for Rapid Prototyping in Automotive
2.3 Supply Chain Value Propositions for Rapid Prototyping in Automotive
2.4 Concept Models Versus Functional Prototypes
2.5 Improvements for Automotive Prototyping Coming Down a Pipeline
2.6 Key Points from This Chapter
Chapter Three: Additive Manufacturing of End Use Parts Tooling in a Automotive Industry
3.1 Requirements for Additive Manufacturing of End Use Parts
3.2 Applying Additive Manufacture of End Use Parts to Automotive
3.3 Current Use Cases for Additive Manufacture of End Use Components in Automotive
3.4 Future Uses and Business Models for Additive Manufacturing in Automotive
3.5 Trends in Automotive Additive Manufacturing of End Use Parts
3.6 Opportunities for Large Format Sand 3D Printing of Rapid Tooling in Automotive
3.7 Challenges for Additive Manufacturing in Automotive
3.8 Key Points From This Chapter
Chapter Four: 3D Printing Materials in a Automotive Industry
4.3 Powdered Composites for Binder Jetting
4.4. Metal Powders and Other Metal Materials
4.5 Other Materials Used in 3D Printing Automotive
4.6 New Material Trends in a Automotive Industry
4.7 Key Points From This Chapter
Chapter Five: Market Dynamics for 3D Printing in Automotive (Manufacturers, Service Providers, and End Users)
5.1 Leading 3D Printer Manufacturers in Automotive
5.2 Leading 3D Printing Service Providers in Automotive
5.3 Leading End Users of 3D Printing in Automot
Chapter Six: Market Outlook and Ten-Year Forecast of 3D Printing in a Automotive Sector
6.1 Forecasting Methodology
6.2 Forecast Assumptions and Trends
6.3 Total Additive Automotive Market Opportunity
6.4 Ten Year Forecasts of 3D Printing Hardware in a Automotive Industry
6.5 Ten Year Forecasts of 3D Printing Materials in a Automotive Industry
6.6 Ten Year Forecasts of 3D Printing Services Software in a Automotive Industry
- 3D Systems
- BMW Group
- Ford Motor Company
- Solid Concepts/Stratasys
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