3D Printing Eyewear

Markets for 3D Printing in Eyewear 2019-2027

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Table of Contents

Chapter One: Eyewear as a Key 3D-printed Consumer Product Category
1.1 The Global Eyewear Industry and Trends
1.1.1 Setting the Backdrop: a $120-$200 Million Business
1.1.2 Defining Eyewear
1.1.3 Future Trends in the Eyewear Sector
1.2 Key Drivers for Adoption of AM in Eyewear Manufacturing
1.3 Factors Limiting Adoption of AM in Eyewear Manufacturing
1.4 The AM Market for Eyewear vs. Other 3D Printable Consumer Products
1.4.1 AM Hardware for Eyewear Production
1.4.2 AM Materials for Eyewear Production
1.5 Global Trends in 3D Printed Eyewear
1.5.1 Europe Exploring Eyewear Innovation First
1.5.2 AM Activities and Exploration by Eyewear Giants
1.6 Technologies and Materials for 3D Printed Eyewear
1.6.1 Technologies for 3D Printing Frames
1.6.2 Materials for 3D Printing Frames
1.6.3 Eyewear Personalization Hardware and Software
1.6.4 Printed Lens Technologies and Materials
1.7 Ten-year Global Market Outlook for 3D Printed Eyewear
1.7.1 Ten-year Forecast for AM-Industry-Specific Segments within the Eyewear Industry
1.7.2 Ten-year Forecast for All AM-Related Revenues Within the Eyewear Industry
1.8 Methodology
1.9 Key Points from this Chapter

Chapter Two: AM Hardware, Materials and Bureaus at the Eyewear Industry’s Service
2.1 Eyewear 3D Printing Hardware
2.1.1 Powder Bed Fusion
2.1.2 Material Jetting
2.1.3 Photopolymerization
2.1.4 Filament Extrusion
2.1.5 Metal AM Technologies: PBF and Binder Jetting
2.1.6 Ten-year AM Hardware Forecast in the Eyewear Industry
2.2 AM Materials for Eyewear Production
2.2.1 Powders: Nylon and composites
2.2.2 Photopolymers
2.2.3 Filaments
2.2.4 Metals
2.2.5 Ten-year Forecast for All AM Materials in the Eyewear Industry
2.3 AM Services for Eyewear Designers
2.3.1 A Key Application for the Application Agnostics
2.4 Key Points from this Chapter

Chapter Three: Facial 3D Capturing/Scanning Hardware and Design Software on the Road to Mass Customization of Eyewear Products
3.1 3D Scanning Technologies and 3D Capturing Hardware/Software
3.1.1 The Yuniku (Hoya-Materialise) Eyewear 3D Scanner and Software
3.1.2 The 3D Mirror from Sfered and Fuel3D
3.1.3 3D Scanning Software and Apps
3.2 Design Software and Apps
3.2.1 For You (by You)
3.3 The Transition to Mass Customized Eyewear
3.3.1 Ten-year Forecast of Revenues from Digitalization and Design Software in the Eyewear Customization
3.4 Key Points from this Chapter

Chapter Four: 3D Printing Applications for the Eyewear Industry
4.1 Adding Additive Manufacturing at Luxottica
4.1.1 The Eyewear Mass Customization Workflow
4.1.2 Different Approaches to Eyewear 3D Printing
4.2 3D Printing Applications for Eyewear
4.2.1 Ten-year Forecast of All Printed Parts in the End-to-end Eyewear Production Cycle
4.2.2 Ten-year Forecast of All Parts Printed by Filament Extrusion
4.2.3 Ten-year Forecast of All Parts Printed by Powder Bed Fusion
4.2.4 Ten-year Forecast of All Parts Printed by Photopolymerization
4.2.5 Ten-year Forecast of All Parts Printed by Material Jetting
4.3 Prototypes
4.4 Tools and Cast Patterns (Indirect Production)
4.5 Final Parts (Direct Production)
4.5.1 Geographic Distribution of 3D-printed Eyewear Final Parts and End-use Products
4.6 Key Points from this Chapter

About SmarTech Publishing
About the Analyst
Acronyms and Abbreviations Used In this Report

List of Exhibits
Exhibit 1-1: Global Eyewear Revenues vs. 3D Printed Eyewear Revenues
Exhibit 1-2: Eyewear vs. 3D Printed Eyewear Revenues 2018 – 2028
Exhibit 1-3: All Eyewear vs. 3D Printed Eyewear YoY Growth Trends
Exhibit 1-4: Definitions of Eyewear Products
Exhibit 1-5: Major Trends and Future Businesses in the Global Eyewear Industry
Exhibit 1-6: AM Hardware Revenues in the Eyewear Segment vs. All Consumer Businesses
Exhibit 1-7: AM Materials Revenues in the Eyewear Segment vs. All Consumer Businesses
Exhibit 1-8: 3D Printed Eyewear Revenues by Geographic Location
Exhibit 1-9: AM Industry Revenues Within the Eyewear Industry
Exhibit 1-10: AM-Industry-Specific Segment Revenues Growth Trend Comparison
Exhibit 1-11: AM-Industry-Specific Segment CAGR
Exhibit 1-12: All AM-Revenues in the Eyewear Industry (Including Value of Applications
Exhibit 1-13: All AM-Related Revenues CAGR in the Eyewear Industry
Exhibit 2-1: Latest Production-Grade PBF Systems for Eyewear Production from Key System Manufacturers
Exhibit 2-2: Powder Bed Fusion Hardware Demand by AM Application
Exhibit 2-3: Latest Material Jetting Systems for Eyewear Production from Key System Manufacturers for Prototyping, Investment Casting and Final Part Production
Exhibit 2-4: Material Jetting Hardware Demand by AM Application
Exhibit 2-5: Latest Photopolymerization Systems for Eyewear Production From Key System Manufacturers for Prototyping, Investment Casting and Final Part Production
Exhibit 2-6: Photopolymerization Hardware Demand by AM Application
Exhibit 2-7: Filament Extrusion Hardware Demand by AM Application
Exhibit 2-8: Expected AM Hardware Units Demand in the Eyewear Industry
Exhibit 2-9: Forecasted AM Hardware Units Revenues in the Eyewear Industry
Exhibit 2-10: Expected Average Price of AM Hardware Systems for Use in the Eyewear Industry
Exhibit 2-11: Expected Thermoplastic Powder Demand in Eyewear by AM Application
Exhibit 2-12: Expected Vat Photopolymer Demand in Eyewear by AM Application
Exhibit 2-13: Expected Jet Photopolymer Demand in Eyewear by AM Application
Exhibit 2-14: Expected Filaments Demand in Eyewear by AM Application
Exhibit 2-15: Expected AM Materials Demand in the Eyewear Industry
Exhibit 2-16: Forecasted AM Materials Revenues in the Eyewear Industry
Exhibit 2-17: Comparison of AM Services Revenues in Eyewear vs. All Eyewear 3D Printed Parts
Exhibit 3-1: 3D Capturing Hardware and Software Sales in the Eyewear Industry
Exhibit 4-1: Typical End-to-end Workflow for Mass customized Eyewear
Exhibit 4-2: Global Suppliers of 3D Printed Eyewear: Products, Technologies and Locations
Exhibit 4-3: Revenues Forecast for All 3D Printed Parts in Eyewear Production
Exhibit 4-4: Growth Trends for All 3D Printed Parts in Eyewear Production
Exhibit 4-5: CAGR for All 3D Printed Parts in Eyewear Production
Exhibit 4-6: Eyewear Parts Units Printed by Filament Extrusion
Exhibit 4-7: Average Price of Eyewear Parts Printed by Filament Extrusion
Exhibit 4-8: Eyewear Part Units Printed by Powder Bed Fusion
Exhibit 4-9: Average Price of Eyewear Parts Printed by Powder Bed Fusion
Exhibit 4-10: Eyewear Parts Units Printed by Photopolymerization
Exhibit 4-11: Average Price of Eyewear Parts Printed by Photopolymerization
Exhibit 4-12: Eyewear Parts Units Printed by Material Jetting
Exhibit 4-13: Average Price of Eyewear Parts Printed by Filament Extrusion
Exhibit 4-14: Forecasted Revenues from Eyewear Prototypes
Exhibit 4-15: Forecasted Revenues from Eyewear Tools and Cast Patterns
Exhibit 4-16: Forecast of Revenues from Eyewear End-use Final Parts
Exhibit 4-17: Geographic Distribution of 3D Printed Eyewear Final Parts Related Revenues

As more consumer product continue to explore the benefits of 3D printing for mass customization and digital mass production, SmarTech Publishing is presenting the first ever in depth-analysis of additive manufacturing in the eyewear segment. In this report, SmarTech forecasts additive manufacturing in the eyewear industry to grow into an overall $3.4 billion opportunity by 2028, driven by rapid expansion of final parts production.

The eyewear segment stands to benefit from AM’s potential in mass customization and product personalization as much as other consumer product segments seen as key for AM adoption such as footwear. This report analyzes the key trends and stakeholders that are driving the eyewear mass customization revolution as well as the elements that are limiting AM adoption.

Leveraging its knowledge of 3D printing processes and unique database of global AM materials and hardware sales, SmarTech’s analyses explores the key applications for AM in the eyewear industry, including both current and upcoming relevant case studies, as well as probable future developments. One primary objective of this report is to highlight the most relevant business opportunities that lie ahead for companies that are invested in the AM industry, including materials, hardware and service providers.

The other primary goal is to provide eyewear industry stakeholders with an accurate description of all currently existing AM technologies, materials and services (including 3D capturing and online customization software) that could offer a powerful competitive advantage as eyewear users demand increasing customization options. While final part production is a major focus area for the medium and long term, the report also analyses other current uses of AM in the eyewear industry, such as advanced and desktop prototyping, tooling and investment casting.

Key AM companies included in this report are Carbon, DWS, EOS, Formlabs, Fuel 3D, Glasses USA; Hoet, Hoya, HP, Luxexcel, Luxottica, Materialise, MONOQOOL, Mykita, Protos, Safilo, Sculpteo, Seiko, Sfered, Sisma, Specsy and several others.