Slides from a webinar conducted by SmarTech Senior Analyst, Davide Sher on 3D Printed Aircraft, Spacecraft and Drones
In a continued mission to move metal additive manufacturing technologies further into the global manufacturing community, the concurrent efforts to develop new applications while refining processes have brought metal AM into exciting new possibilities beyond the early adopter markets of aerospace and orthopedics. A myriad of economic, political, and technical factors may be forming to create a new significant market for several metal AM technologies in a global industry worth an estimated $11B in the U.S. alone—firearms.
SmarTech hosted a Q&A session with Davide Scher to discuss findings from his recenlty issued report, Ceramics Additive Manufacturing for Production Parts: An Opportunity Analysis and Ten-Year Forecast.
Of all the industrial sectors that are bound to benefit from the transition to additive manufacturing production, the aerospace industry is where the most significant revenue opportunities are arising and will continue to arise in the foreseeable future. SmarTech Publishing provides an in-depth analysis of the specific opportunities in major aerospace segments in three new reports which focus on civil aviation, space-borne parts and UAVs (drones).
The combined, overall revenue opportunity for AM hardware, software, materials, services and parts in these three booming industry segments is expected to grow to over $20 billion by 2027. This conclusion is in line with overall expectations for the AM industry, which sees AM representing between 1% and 2% of the $12 trillion manufacturing industry by 2030.
SmarTech hosted a Q&A session with Scott Dunham to discuss findings from his report, “Opportunities in Polymer and Plastic 3D Printing – 2017: An Opportunity Analysis And Ten-Year Forecast”
The transcript for the event may be downloaded from here.
SmarTech Publishing hosted a webinar on Wednesday, April 26, 2017 to present findings from a recently issued report titled, “Additive Manufacturing With Metal Powders 2017” that projected that the AM market will grow to over $6.6 billion (USD) in 2026.
Slides from Vice President of Research, Scott Dunham on Automotive “Additive Manufacturing Has Already Changed The Automotive Industry – But Where” from Additive Manufacturing Europe 2016
Slides from Vice President of Research, Scott Dunham on Healthcare “3D Printing & Increasing Access to Healthcare: Trends, Technologies and Outlook” from Additive Manufacturing Europe 2016
Slides from President, Lawrence Gasman on Aerospace “The Next Industrial Revolution Is Here” from Additive Manufacturing Europe 2016