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Additive Manufacturing with Nickel Alloys 2019

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Published on May 06, 2019 SKU SMP-AM-NI-0519 Categories , Tag

Nickel alloys are some of the most widely used materials for applications with an extreme operating environment, making them commonly found in industries and applications in which metal additive manufacturing techniques are already being explored and applied. This is a net advantage for the development of the nickel-AM market, because the historical use of metal AM techniques like laser powder bed fusion have been, for the most part, relegated to high performance, high value components due to the cost structure of the technologies. Unsurprisingly, this has made additively manufactured nickel alloys a staple in the aerospace industry, where they are used for a multitude of potential use cases related to high temperature, corrosive environments in aircraft engines.

The early research and developments for nickel superalloys for aerospace engine components was also successfully ported to other industries where similar turbomachinery applications require performance similar to jet engines, especially in power generation for oil and gas and general energy markets, making materials like Hastelloy some of the most widely printed materials today.
This market outlook database is part of a new resource series from SmarTech, the leading provider of industry data and market analysis services to the additive manufacturing industry. Purchasers receive a detailed dataset that comprises all of SmarTech’s key nickel additive manufacturing metrics, including powder material shipments and revenues, material pricing estimates, geographic demand data, powder atomization metrics, and hardware opportunities associated with nickel printing, all cut by end user industries, geographies, and specific metal AM print technology group. The database provides nickel AM companies the most diverse resource of market data available specific to their needs, allowing for custom integration into existing models or internal business development tracking programs.

In addition, an accompanying document is also provided to give purchasers context and assumptions behind the data, and the latest trends which are influencing and shaping the associated market forecasts provided in the dataset.