Compact Industrial Metal AM printer

Compact Industrial Metal AM Printer Market Opportunities 2019

Published on Apr 25, 2019 SKU SMP-AM-CMP-0419 Categories , , Tags ,

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Table of Contents
Chapter One: Introduction
1.1 Background and Objective
1.2. Definition and Requirements
1.2.1 Accessibility
1.2.2 Speed and Quality
1.2.3 Applicability
1.2.4 Cost
1.2.5 Summary
Chapter Two: Applications of Compact Industrial Metal 3D Printers
2.1 Applications Within the Product Lifecycle
2.1.1 Applications in the Innovation Stage
2.1.2 Applications in the Growth Stage
2.1.3 Applications in the Production Stage
2.1.4 Applications in the Decline Stage
2.2 Applications by Vertical
2.2.1 Applications within Automotive
2.2.2 Applications within Aerospace
2.2.3 Applications within Medical and Dental
2.2.4 Application within General Industrial Manufacturing
2.2.5 Application within Service Bureau
Chapter Three: Printer Technologies
3.1 Powder Bed Fusion (PBF)
3.2 Material Extrusion (ME)
3.3 Directed Energy Deposition (DED)
3.4 Summary
Chapter Four: Compact Industrial Metal Printer Manufacturers
4.1 Additec
4.2 Aurora Labs
4.3 Desktop Metal
4.4 Markforged
4.5 OR Laser / Coherent
4.6 Pollen AM
4.7 Xact Metal
4.8 Summary
4.9 Others
4.9.1 Airwolf 3D
4.9.2 Cytosurge
4.9.3 Evo-Tech
4.9.4 3d-Figo
4.9.5 InssTek
Chapter Five: The State of the Compact Industrial Metal 3D Printer Market
5.1 Metal Market Summary
5.2 Compact Industrial Metal Printers Market, Global Revenue and Market Share
5.2.1 Regional Markets
Chapter Six: Cost of Ownership
6.1 Hardware Costs
6.2 Material Costs
6.3 Post Processing Costs
Chapter Seven: Primary Developments and Obstacles to Adoption
7.1 Primary Developments During 2018 and Early 2019 Expected to Impact the Future
7.1.1 Desktop Metal Becomes the Highest Funded Private 3D Printing Company in History
7.1.2 Markforged Expands to Europe with a $82M Funding Round
7.1.3 Software and Connectivity Takes Center Stage
7.1.4 Xact Metal Makes Powder Bed Fusion More Accessible
7.2 Obstacles to Adoption
About SmarTech Analysis
About the Analyst
Acronyms and Abbreviations Used In this Report
List of Exhibits
Exhibit 1-1: Evaluation Criteria for Compact Industrial Metal Printers
Exhibit 1-2: Typical characteristics of Maker, Prosumer, compact industrial metal and High-End 3D Printing Solutions
Exhibit 1-3: Speed and Quality vs. Ease of Use for the Various Categories of Metal 3D Printers
Exhibit 1-4: Cost vs. Application/Customer-Base for the Various Categories of Metal 3D Printers
Exhibit 2-1: Applications for Compact Industrial Metal 3D Printers within Each Stage of a Product’s Lifecycle
Exhibit 2-2: Considerations for Applications by Printer Technology
Exhibit 2-3: Estimated Global Revenue for Compact Industrial Printers by Vertical Market, 2016-2027(e)
Exhibit 2-4: Estimated Global Revenue for Compact Industrial Printers by Within the Automotive Vertical by Technology, 2016-2027(e)
Exhibit 2-5: Estimated Global Revenue for Compact Industrial Printers by Within the Aerospace Vertical by Technology, 2016-2027(e)
Exhibit 2-6: Market Adoption Statistics for Metal Additively Manufactured Implants
Exhibit 2-7: Estimated Global Revenue for Compact Industrial Printers by Within the Medical/Dental Vertical by Technology, 2016-2027(e)
Exhibit 2-8: Estimated Global Revenue for Compact Industrial Printers by Within the General Engineering Vertical by Technology, 2016-2027(e)
Exhibit 2-9: Estimated Global Revenue for Compact Industrial Printers by Within Service Bureaus by Technology, 2016-2027(e)
Exhibit 3-1: Summary of Global AM Printer Revenues for Compact Industrial Metal Printers Utilizing Powder Bed Fusion (PBF), 2014 – 2027(e)
Exhibit 3-2: The BMD and ADAM processes by Markforged and Desktop Metal
Exhibit 3-3: Summary of Global AM Printer Revenues for Compact Industrial Metal Printers Utilizing Material Extrusion (ME), 2014 – 2027(e)
Exhibit 3-4: Summary of Global AM Printer Revenues for Compact Industrial metal printers utilizing Directed Energy Deposition (DED), 2014 – 2027(e)
Exhibit 3-5: Benefits and Limitations of Technologies Implemented for Compact Industrial Metal 3D Printers
Exhibit 4-1: A comparison within the Materials Extrusion (ME) Sub-Segment of Solutions
Exhibit 4-2: A Comparison within the Powder Bed Fusion (PBF) Sub-segment of Solutions
Exhibit 4-3: Summary Chart
Exhibit 5-1: Summary of Global AM Hardware Revenues, by Material Category
Exhibit 5-2: Percent of Global AM Hardware Revenues, by Material Category
Exhibit 5-3: Overall Metal AM Hardware Revenues as a Function of Technology (ME, PBF, DED)
Exhibit 5-4: Estimated Market Share, by Revenue, for Metal Additive Manufacturing Market by Printer Hardware Technology, 2019
Exhibit 5-5: Estimated Global Revenues for Compact Industrial Printer Hardware by Printer Technology, 2014-2027(e)
Exhibit 5-6: Estimated Summary of Global Compact Industrial Printer Hardware installations by Printer Technology, 2014-2027(e)
Exhibit 5-7: Estimated Global Market Share for Compact Industrial Printer Hardware by Printer Technology, 2014-2027(e)
Exhibit 5-8: Estimated Global Market Share for Compact Industrial Printer Hardware Based on Revenues by Vendor, 2019
Exhibit 5-9: Estimated Global Market Share for Compact Industrial Printer Hardware Based on Units by Vendor, 2019
Exhibit 5-10: Estimated Global Market Share for Compact Industrial Printer Hardware Based on Revenue by Region, 2019
Exhibit 5-11: Estimated Global Market share for Compact Industrial Printer Hardware Based on Revenue by Region and Technology, 2019 64
Exhibit 5-12: Estimated Global Revenue for Compact Industrial Printer Hardware by Region and Technology, 2019
Exhibit 6-1: Typical Costs for Metal Feedstock for PBF, ME and DED Compact Industrial Metal Printers

The metal additive manufacturing industry is estimated to generate $1.4 billion in revenue in 2019, growing to $5.4 billion by 2027. Within this industry is a relatively new sub-segment of metal printers that introduces a more accessible price-point and shorter learning curve, while still offering industrial-level production and quality. We’ve identified this sub-segment as Compact Industrial Metal AM Printer and it addresses a significant hole in the marketplace and creates a lower-level entry point for new industrial users of metal 3D printing technology. People that might this report useful include:

  • Machine shops looking to invest in metal 3D printing / additive manufacturing technology.
  • Companies looking to acquire up & coming metal 3d printing hardware technology companies.
  • Manufacturers who already own plastic 3d printing hardware and are looking to add metal 3D printing to their portfolio.
  • Entrepreneurial hardware companies looking for opportunities within the fast-growing metal 3d printing market.
  • Service bureaus looking to expand on their existing capabilities with lower cost, high-quality printing metal printing.

The report includes:

  • The definition and market requirements for Compact Industrial Metal AM Printers.
  • The applications within any given product lifecycle as well as within the primary industrial verticals, such as automotive, medical & dental, and general manufacturing.
  • A general overview of the hardware technologies, with things to consider and the pros and cons of each.
  • A detailed review of each of the current notable manufacturers of Compact Industrial Metal Printers.
  • A detailed analysis of the current state of the Compact Industrial Metal Printer market and forecasts through 2027, to include analyses of revenues, installations and marketshare by market, technology, and manufacturer.
  • A discussion on cost of ownership of the various technologies, primary developments for consideration, and obstacles to adoption.