steel additive manufacturing

Additive Manufacturing with Steels 2019

Published on Apr 22, 2019 SKU #SMP-AM-ST-0419 Categories , Tag

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Table of Contents

Chapter One: About this Report
1.1 Methodology
1.2 Introduction to Steel Additive Manufacturing
Chapter Two: Market Opportunity Summary and Steel Additive Manufacturing Outlook
2.1 Steel Additive Manufacturing in Context with Overall Metal AM
2.1.1 High Performance Steels in Unique Position for Future of Additive Manufacturing
2.2 Steel Additive Manufacturing Trends by Print Technology Family
Chapter Three: Market Data for Additively Manufactured Steel Powders
3.1 Shipments of AM Steel Powders and Forecast
3.1.1 By Consuming Print Technology in Primary Geographic Regions
3.1.2 By End User Market in Primary Geographic Regions
3.1.3 Forecasted Global Shipments of Steels by Specific Steel Alloy Categories in Key End User Markets
3.2 Resulting Revenue Opportunities for Steel AM Powders
3.2.1 Pricing Trends and Outlook for AM Steel Powders
3.2.2 Revenues by Consuming Print Technologies in Primary Geographic Regions
3.2.3 Revenues by End User Market and Key Geographic Region
Chapter Four: Specialty Market Data Related to Steel AM
4.1 Steel Powder Shipments and Forecasted Powder Demand by Production Type and Powder Characteristics
4.1.1 Shipments by Particle Size Distribution Group
4.2 Analysis of Metal AM Hardware Opportunities Resulting from Demand for Steel Printing
List of Included Data Tables in Accompanying Database
Printed Cubic Inch Output Comparison – All Metal AM Materials 2014-2027(e)
Total Shipments Comparison – All Metal AM Materials 2014-2027(e)
Shipments of Steels by Market Global 2014-2027(e)
Steels Shipments by Technology – Global 2014-2027(e)
Steels Shipments by Region & Technology – North America 2014-2027(e)
Steels Shipments by Region & Technology – Europe 2014-2027(e)
Steels Shipments by Region & Technology – Asia Pacific 2014-2027(e)
Steels Shipments by Region & Technology – Greater China 2014-2027(e)
Steels Shipments by Region & Technology – Rest of World 2014-2027(e)
Steels Shipments by Region & Market – North America 2014-2027(e)
Steels Shipments by Region & Market – Europe 2014-2027(e)
Steels Shipments by Region & Market – Asia Pacific 2014-2027(e)
Steels Shipments by Region & Market – Greater China 2014-2027(e)
Steels Shipments by Region & Market – Rest of World 2014-2027(e)
Steel Shipments by Primary Atomization Source 2014-2027(e)
Steel Plasma Atomization Shipments by Particle Size Distribution 2014-2027(e)
Steel Gas Atomization Shipments by Particle Size Distribution 2014-2027(e)
Steel Other Atomization Method Shipments by Particle Size Distribution 2014-2027(e)
Total Revenues Comparison – All Metal AM Materials 2014-2027(e)
Revenues of Steels by Market Global 2014-2027(e)
Steels Revenues by Technology – Global 2014-2027(e)
Steels Revenues by Region & Technology – North America 2014-2027(e)
Steels Revenues by Region & Technology – Europe 2014-2027(e)
Steels Revenues by Region & Technology – Asia Pacific 2014-2027(e)
Steels Revenues by Region & Technology – Greater China 2014-2027(e)
Steels Revenues by Region & Technology – Rest of World 2014-2027(e)
Steels Revenues by Region & Market – North America 2014-2027(e)
Steels Revenues by Region & Market – Europe 2014-2027(e)
Steels Revenues by Region & Market – Asia Pacific 2014-2027(e)
Steels Revenues by Region & Market – Greater China 2014-2027(e)
Steels Revenues by Region & Market – Rest of World 2014-2027(e)
Steels Average Powder Price by Print Technology 2014-2027(e)
Metal AM Powder Price Comparison – Global 2014-2027(e)
Total Steel Shipments by Steel Subcategory – Aerospace 2014-2027(e)
Total Steel Shipments by Steel Subcategory – Automotive 2014-2027(e)
Total Steel Shipments by Steel Subcategory – Medical 2014-2027(e)
Total Steel Shipments by Steel Subcategory – Dental 2014-2027(e)
Total Steel Shipments by Steel Subcategory – Service Bureaus 2014-2027(e)
Total Steel Shipments by Steel Subcategory – Jewelry 2014-2027(e)
Total Steel Shipments by Steel Subcategory – Oil & Gas 2014-2027(e)
Total Steel Shipments by Steel Subcategory – Energy 2014-2027(e)
Total Steel Shipments by Steel Subcategory – Other Industries 2014-2027(e)
Total Addressable Market Steel AM Hardware Market by Print Technology 2014-2027(e)
Total Annual Equipment Sales Steel AM Hardware Market by Print Technology 2014-2027(e)
Bound Metal Printing Total Addressable Market AM Hardware by Subclass 2014-2027(e)
Bound Metal Printing Annual Equipment Sales AM Hardware by Subclass 2014-2027(e)

Steels were the first materials adapted to metal additive manufacturing technologies in the mid 1990s with the development of the very first metal powder bed fusion systems from EOS, then used exclusively for the printing of injection molding tools, and have over the last three decades become the foundation for the metal 3D printing phenomenon worldwide. Steels, the most widely utilized metal family in modern manufacturing, are now applied across multiple additive manufacturing processes and in perhaps the widest variety of alloys compared to any other material group also being additively processed today.

Today, steels are one of the fastest growing metals segments for metal additive manufacturing powder materials, thanks to increasing interest from end-user segments which haven’t always been the most talked about in regards to metal additive manufacturing. These include industrial equipment and products manufacturers, makers of molding tools, mining, energy, oil and gas, and makers of consumer goods. Meanwhile, the automotive and aerospace industries are also keen to adopt steel additive manufacturing to enhance the existing solutions they have been used to using for titanium, aluminum, and superalloy materials for years.

The steel AM segment is unique in that it will develop not only alongside metal powder bed fusion technologies, but also will be strongly correlated with the rapid growth and adoption of new bound metal deposition and metal binder jetting additive manufacturing systems. In these processes, steels are -at least initially -the only printable materials to be supported, and benefit from the greatest amount of industry knowledge on proper sintering to achieve suitable mechanical properties versus any other metal. SmarTech Analysis anticipates that steels will become one of the most appealing metals segments for additive technologies due to the combination of achievable mechanical properties, low comparative material cost, widespread industrial applicability, and strong existing metallurgical knowledge and supply chain. These and other growth drivers will quickly lead to steels becoming the most widely printed metal AM powder material, where the world’s traditional leaders in steel powder materials will appreciate the high value product that AM powders provide their businesses, and smaller specialty materials companies will build their businesses with the greatest overall AM powder volumes of any printed metal.

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 steel additive manufacturing metrics, including powder material shipments and revenues, material pricing estimates, geographic demand data, powder atomization metrics, and hardware opportunities associated with steel printing, all cut by end user industries, geographies, and specific metal AM print technology group. The database provides steel 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.