Insights on the 3D Printing International Market to 2026

Dublin, February 05, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – The report “3D Printing Market By Printer Type, Materials, Software, Applications, Services and Solutions By Industry, Industry & Region, 2021-2026” has been added ResearchAndMarkets.com Offer.

This report provides a multi-dimensional analysis of the 3D printing market, including hardware manufacturers, service providers, application providers, software providers, raw material providers, and communities. The report also assesses the market impact of Intellectual Property, various technologies and strategies, raw material supply and other key factors in various industries on a global and regional level, including projections for 2021 to 2026.

This report also evaluates companies involved in the 3D printing solutions value chain. For example, HP’s MJF technology is a powder-based 3D printing technology that is not based on lasers. MFJ uses fine-grained materials that allow layers up to 80 microns thick. Thin layers of printing have a higher density and lower porosity, resulting in smooth surfaces straight out of the printer. Applications of MFJ 3D printing include prototypes for form, fit and function tests.

Select report results:

  • The production-as-a-service business model is a rapidly growing solution area
  • Design and engineering for 3D printing will go beyond traditional 2D CAD technologies
  • The growth of new materials leads to a 3D printing market for previously unaddressed products
  • The use of desktop 3D printers will be the foundation for an emerging prosumer market for SMBs and SOHO
  • Outside of traditional manufacturing like the medical device market, significant growth in the 3D printing market is expected
  • While North America, Asia-Pacific, and Europe are the largest 3D printing markets, the MEA region is growing the fastest in the world

The applications and services enabled by 3D printing include prototyping, printing replacement parts, and manufacturing finished goods in many industries including manufacturing, healthcare, electronics, consumer goods, automotive, aerospace, and many more .

The key industries for the 3D printing market include:

  • Aviation / space
  • Architecture / construction
  • Chemically
  • Drones / robotics
  • education
  • energy
  • eat
  • Health care
  • Maritime industry
  • mechanics
  • Electronics for retail

Report advantages:

  • 3D printing forecasts for 2021 to 2026
  • Analysis of leading 3D printing companies
  • Identify challenges and opportunities for 3D printing
  • Identify investment trends and leading market players
  • Identify raw material trends for flexible manufacturing
  • Understand the market direction and future of 3D printing
  • Understand the 3D printing ecosystem including the roles of players
  • Understand the relationship of 3D printing to AI and IIoT

Main topics covered:

1. Summary

2 Introduction to 3D Printing
2.1 3D printing and additive manufacturing
2.2 Traditional manufacturing vs. additive manufacturing
2.3 3D printing process
2.4 Business Benefits of 3D Printing
2.4.1 Creation of a complex design
2.4.2 High degree of adaptation
2.4.3 Lower fixed costs and adaptive operating costs
2.4.4 Reduction of the prototyping cycle time
2.4.5 Reduction of industrial waste
2.4.6 Many advantages of enterprise use
2.5 3D printing business drivers
2.5.1 Flexible manufacturing
2.5.2 Collaborative design and development
2.5.3 Sustainability in manufacturing processes
2.6 3D printing SWOT analysis
2.6.1 Strengths and Opportunities
2.6.1.1 Increase in outsourced service
2.6.1.2 Rise of the cloud-based virtual inventory-based supply chain
2.6.1.3 Beginning of the era of distributed, holistic and real industrial production
2.6.1.4 Use in the 3D printing industry
2.6.1.5 Governments and R&D activities
2.6.1.6 New possibilities with the Internet of Things and artificial intelligence
2.6.2 Weaknesses and Threats
2.6.2.1 Costly engagement in large scale production
2.6.2.2 Paper Vulnerability
2.6.2.3 Challenges in printing high-precision products
2.7 Analysis of the investment trend in 3D printing
2.7.1 Regional investment trends
2.7.2 Business Investment Trends
2.7.3 Government investment trends
2.7.4 New investment opportunities
2.7.4.1 Medical 3D printing
2.7.4.2 Metal 3D printing
2.7.4.3 3D bioprinting
2.7.4.4 3D printing materials
2.7.4.5 3D software
2.7.5 Risk exposure analysis in 3D printing
2.7.6 Analysis of Mergers and Acquisitions
2.7.7 Industry Funding Analysis
2.8 Patent analysis for 3D printing

3 3D printing technology and market analysis
3.1 3D printing technology
3.1.1 Powder bed fusion
3.1.2 Fused Deposition Modeling
3.1.3 Stereolithography
3.1.4 Beam technology
3.1.5 Digital light processing
3.1.6 Continuous production of liquid interfaces
3.1.7 Fusion Jet
3.1.8 Selective deposition lamination
3.1.9 Manufacture of laminated objects
3.1.10 Manufacture of melt filaments
3.1.11 Inkjet printing
3.1.12 Laser metal deposition
3.2 3D printing in industrial and desktop printing markets
3.3 Pricing and order value analysis for 3D printers
3.4 3D printing raw material
3.4.1 Polymers
3.4.1.1 Acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene
3.4.1.2 Polylactic acid
3.4.1.3 High density polyethylene
3.4.1.4 Low density polyethylene
3.4.1.5 nylon
3.4.2 Metals and alloys
3.4.3 Ceramic
3.4.4 Other materials
3.5 3D printing software and services
3.6 3D printing online services
3.7 3D printing in industry vs. SMEs
3.8 3D printing applications

4 Analysis of the ecosystem and the value chain of 3D printing
4.1 Components of the 3D printing value chain
4.2 Notable Thoughts on the 3D Printing Ecosystem
4.2.1 Object distribution
4.2.2 Printer control systems
4.2.3 Printer Access Networks
4.2.4 Immersive Technologies: VR and Holographics
4.2.5 Internet of Things and digital twin technology
4.2.6 Artificial Intelligence
4.3 3D printing competitive landscape
4.3.1 Manufacturers of 3D printers
4.3.2 3D printing service providers
4.3.3 Providers of 3D printing marketplaces
4.3.4 3D printing application providers
4.3.5 Manufacturers of 3D scanners
4.3.6 CAD software provider for 3D printing
4.3.7 3D printing raw material supplier
4.3.8 3D printing network providers
4.3.9 3D printing communities
4.4 Market share of the 3D printing provider

5 3D Printing Applications, Use Cases, and Market
5.1 3D printing applications
5.2 3D printing processes
5.3 3D printing in industry
5.4 Use cases for 3D printing by vertical industry
5.4.1 Energy, energy and mechanical engineering sectors
5.4.2 Automotive sector
5.4.3 Consumer, retail and fashion sectors
5.5 Future market drivers for 3D printing
5.5.1 Introduction of Industry 4.0 across industries beyond manufacturing
5.5.2 Wider range of materials and cheaper 3D printers
5.5.3 3D is moving from the community of interest to the mainstream
5.5.4 3D printing and the prosumer marketplace

6 Analysis of the 3D printing shop
6.1 3D Systems Inc.
62 Ark AB
6.3 Stratasys Ltd.
6.4 Autodesk Inc.
6.5 Hoganas AB
6.6 Organovo Holdings Inc.
6.7 MCOR Technologies Ltd.
6.8 Voxeljet AG
6.9 EnvisionTEC Inc.
6.10 Electro-optical systems from EOS GmbH
6.11 ExOne Company
6.12 Ultimaker BV
6.13 Concept Laser GmbH
6.14 Canon Inc.
6.15 Dassault systems
6.16 GE additive
6.17 LP from Hewlett-Packard Development Company
6.18 Optomec Inc.
6.19 SLM Solutions Group AG
6.20 Solidscape Inc.

7 Market Analysis and Forecasts for 3D Printing 2021-2026
7.1 Global 3D printing market 2021-2026
7.2 3D printers 2021-2026
7.2.1 3D printer according to type 2021 – 2026
7.2.2 Industrial 3D printers vs. desktop 2021-2026
7.3 3D printing software 2021-2026
7.3.1 3D printing services 2021-2026
7.4 3D printing material 2021-2026
7.4.1 3D printing of plastics 2021-2026
7.4.2 3D printing of metal material 2021-2026
7.4.3 3D printing ceramic material 2021 – 2026
7.5 3D printing applications 2021-2026
7.6 3D printing Industrial Vertical 2021 – 2026
7.7 3D printing market by region 2021-2026

8 North America 3D Printing Forecast 2021-2026
8.1 North America 3D printing 2021-2026
8.2 North America 3D printer 2021-2026
8.3 North America 3D printing software 2021-2026
8.4 North America 3D printing material 2021-2026
8.5 North America 3D printing applications 2021-2026
8.6 North America 3D printing Industrial Vertical 2021-2026
8.7 North America 3D Printing Market by Region, 2021-2026

9 South America 3D printing forecast 2021-2026
9.1 South America 3D printing 2021-2026
9.2 South America 3D printer 2021-2026
9.3 South America 3D printing software 2021-2026
9.4 South America 3D printing material 2021-2026
9.5 3D printing applications for South America 2021-2026
9.6 South America 3D printing industrial verticals 2021-2026
9.7 South American 3D Printing Market by Region, 2021-2026

10 Europe 3D printing forecast 2021-2026
10.1 Europe 3D printing 2021-2026
10.2 Europe 3D printers 2021-2026
10.3 Europe 3D Printing Software 2021-2026
10.4 Europe 3D printing material 2021-2026
10.5 Europe 3D printing applications 2021-2026
10.6 Europe 3D printing industry vertical 2021-2026
10.7 European 3D printing market by region 2021-2026

11 APAC 3D printing forecast 2021-2026
11.1 APAC 3D printing 2021-2026
11.2 APAC 3D printer 2021-2026
11.3 APAC 3D printing software 2021-2026
11.4 APAC 3D printing material 2021-2026
11.5 APAC 3D printing applications 2021-2026
11.6 APAC 3D Printing Industrial Vertical 2021 – 2026
11.7 APAC 3D Printing Market by Region, 2021-2026

12 MEA 3D printing forecast 2021-2026
12.1 MEA 3D printing 2021-2026
12.2 MEA 3D printer 2021 – 2026
12.3 MEA 3D printing software 2021-2026
12.4 MEA 3D printing material 2021-2026
12.5 MEA 3D printing applications 2021-2026
12.6 MEA 3D printing Industrial Vertical 2021 – 2026
12.7 MEA 3D Printing Market by Region 2021-2026

13 Conclusions and Recommendations

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