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Market Opportunities for Additive Manufacturing in the General Industry and Tooling Sector-2020-2029

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Published on Mar 02, 2020 SKU SMP-AMT-0220 Category Tags ,
Table of Contents

Chapter One: Market Opportunities for Additive Manufacturing in the General Industry and Tooling Sector
1.1 Opportunities for AM to Enter the General Industry and Tooling Supply Chain
1.1.2 General Industry and Tooling AM Adoption Pattern
1.1.3 AM Technologies for the General Industry and Tooling Market
1.1.4 Key Benefits of AM for General Industry and Tooling
1.1.5 Examples of Practical Applications of AM in General Industry and Tooling
1.1.6 Ten-year Forecast of Overall Market Opportunity for AM in General Industry and Tooling
1.2 Forecast Methodology
1.3 Key Points from this Chapter

Chapter Two: AM Technologies and Materials Driving General Industry and Tooling Sector Innovation
2.1 AM Technologies for the General Industry and Tooling Sector Considered in This Report
2.1.1 Other AM Technologies That Could Become Relevant Long Term
2.1.2 Key AM Technological Features Driving Investments in the General Industry and Tooling Sector
2.1.2.1 Tool-less Manufacturing
2.1.2.2 Geometric Freedom
2.1.2.3 No Subassemblies
2.1.2.4 No Inventory
2.1.3 Ten-year Forecast for All AM Hardware in General Industry and Tooling
2.2 Latest Evolutions of Polymer AM Technologies Used in General Industry and Tooling
2.2.1 Latest Evolutionary Trends in Polymer AM Hardware Technologies for General Industry and Tooling Applications
2.2.1.1 Material Extrusion Has Established Leadership
2.2.1.2 Fast Growth of Vat Photopolymerization for End-Use Part Production
2.2.1.3 Will Polymer Powder Bed Fusion be Fit for Production in General Industry and Tooling?
2.2.2 Ten-year Forecast for Polymer AM Hardware in General Industry and Tooling
2.3 Metal AM Technologies Used in General Industry and Tooling
2.3.1 Powder Bed Fusion Leads in Metals
2.3.2 Fast Growth of DED for Large Format Applications
2.3.3 Can New Bound Metal Printing Technologies Produce for General Industry and Tooling?
2.3.4 Transitional AM Technologies
2.3.4.1 Sand-based Binder Jetting for Casting
2.3.5 Ten-year Forecast for Metal AM Hardware in General Industry and Tooling
2.3.5.1 Ten-year Forecast for Metal AM Hardware in General Industry and Tooling
2.4 Overview of Materials Used for AM in the General Industry and Tooling Market
2.4.1 Material Development to Enable Additive Manufacturing in General Industry and Tooling
2.4.2 Ten-year Forecast for All Materials in General Industry and Tooling
2.5 Polymer and Composite Materials in General Industry and Tooling
2.5.1 Key Polymer Material Suppliers for General Industry and Tooling
2.5.2 Ten-year Forecast for All Polymer Materials in General Industry and Tooling AM
2.5.3 Trends for Thermoplastic Extrusion Technologies in General Industry and Tooling
2.5.4 Opportunities for Photopolymers in General Industry and Tooling
2.5.5 Advanced Materials for Polymer Powder Bed Fusion
2.6 Metal Materials for General Industry and Tooling
2.6.1 Steel and Steel Alloys
2.6.2 Titanium
2.6.3 Nickel Alloys
2.6.4 Cobalt-Chromium
2.6.5 Other Metals
2.6.6 Ten-year Forecast for All Metal Materials in General Industry and Tooling AM
2.7 Key Points from this Chapter

Chapter Three: Servicing the General Industry and Tooling Sector with AM Parts
3.1 Analysis of Typical AM Parts for General Industry and Tooling
3.1.1 Advanced Prototyping and Modelling
3.1.2 Molds, Cast Patterns, Jigs and Fixtures
3.1.3 Drill Bits, Cutting Tools and Other Machine Tool Components
3.1.4 End of Arm Tooling
3.1.5 Industrial Heat Exchangers and Burners
3.1.6 Connectors, Clamps and Mounts
3.1.7 Ten-year Forecast for Additive Manufacturing Service Revenues in the General Industry and Tooling Sector
3.2 Application Trends in AM Adoption in General Industry and Tooling
3.2.1 3D Printing Molds and Dies
3.2.2 3D-printed Spare Parts for Heavy Machinery
3.2.3 Cross-Pollination Across Manufacturing Divisions
3.2.4 The Rise of Integrated Service Bureaus
3.2.5 Unique Cases for 3D-Printed Polymer End Parts
3.2.6 The Case for Additive Cutting Tools
3.3 OEM Companies and AM Services Profiles in the General Industry and Tooling Supply Chain
3.3.1 Recent Activity in AM by General Industry and Tooling OEMs
3.3.1.1 Cummins
3.3.1.2 Wabtec
3.3.1.3 Volvo CE
3.3.1.4 Caterpillar
3.3.1.5 CNH Industrial
3.3.1.6 Emerson Electric
3.3.1.7 Xylem
3.3.2 Recent Activity in AM by Key General Industry and Tooling Suppliers and Stakeholders
3.3.2.1 EOS
3.3.2.2 GE Additive
3.3.2.3 Sandvik
3.3.2.4 HP
3.3.2.5 Oerlikon
3.3.2.6 Additive Industries/SMS Group
3.3.2.7 Siemens
3.4 Key Points from this Chapter
About SmarTech Analysis
About the Analyst
Acronyms and Abbreviations Used In this Report

List of Exhibits:

Exhibit 1-1: Overall AM Revenues in the General Industry and Tooling Market by Primary Segments 2020 – 2029
Exhibit 2-1: AM Technologies Considered for AM Hardware Forecast in this Report
Exhibit 2-2: All AM Hardware Unit Sales 2020 – 2029
Exhibit 2-3: All AM Hardware Unit Sales
Exhibit 2-4: All AM Hardware Revenues in General Industry and Tooling ($USM) 2020 – 2029
Exhibit 2-5: Metal AM Processes Used in General Industry and Tooling and System Manufacturers
Exhibit 2-6: Polymer AM Hardare Unit Sales 2020-2029
Exhibit 2-7: Polymer AM Hardware Revenues ($USM) 2020 – 2029
Exhibit 2-8: Metal AM Unit Sales by Technology 2020 – 2029
Exhibit 2-9: Metal AM Hardware Revenues ($USM) by Technology 2020 – 2029
Exhibit: 2-10: Key Identified Metal AM Material Development Initiatives by Print Technology
Exhibit 2-11: Comparison of Polymer and Metal Materials Demand in General Industry and Tooling
Exhibit 2-12: Comparison of Polymer and Metal Materials Revenues in General Industry and Tooling
Exhibit 2-13: Demand of Polymer Materials in General Industry and Tooling (Metric Tons) by AM Technology, 2020-2029
Exhibit 2-14: All Polymer Material Revenues in General Industry and Tooling ($USM) by AM Technology, 2020-2029
Exhibit 2-15: Demand of Metal Powders (Metric Tons) by Metal Type 2020—2029
Exhibit 2-16: Summary of Most Common Types of Steel Additive Manufacturing Powders and Processes
Exhibit 2-17: Metal Material Revenues in General Industry and Tooling ($USM) by AM Technology
Exhibit 2-18: Metal Powders Revenues ($USM) 2020 — 2029 in General Industry and Tooling
Exhibit 2-19: Expected YoY for Metal Powders 2020 – 2028
Exhibit 3-1: Service Bureau Revenues for General Industry and Tooling ($US Million)
Exhibit 3-2: Integrated AM Service Bureaus

Additive manufacturing (AM) has the potential to have a profound impact on the general industry and tooling sector, yet OEMs in the market are only now beginning to fully grasp the potential. This is the first report to fully characterize the market for AM in the general industry and tooling sector, quantifying the revenue opportunities and levels of AM adoption in the sector using AM hardware, materials, and services through 2029.

Based on interviews, secondary sources, a large database of industry-specific information, and a deep understanding of available AM technologies, materials and applications, SmarTech provides detailed sub-segment analysis of the current state of AM in one of the broadest manufacturing sectors, while also providing future projections for the industry as a whole. This includes the dynamics of industry-specific trends, such as those related to cutting tools, metallurgy equipment and heavy machinery.

We begin with an analysis of AM hardware adoption patterns and trajectories for the industry, examining polymer and metal systems, including the sub-segments related to key technologies within those categories, such as polymer powder bed fusion and bound metal deposition AM processes. We then track the state of AM materials, including those metals that represent the largest revenue opportunity for the sector. The report concludes with an analysis of AM services and profiles of and key stakeholders. Companies mentioned include: Carbon, EOS, HP, Xaar, Caterpillar, Volvo Construction Equipment, GE Additive, Siemens, Sandvik, Desktop Metal, Markforged, Parmatech, Kennametal, Phoenix Contact, Mapal, Guhring UK, GKN Additive, Kueppers Solutions, CNH Industrial, Cummins Inc., Wabtec, Emerson Electric, Xylem, Additive Industries, SMS Group

For each AM segment (hardware, materials, and services), ten-year forecasts are provided that further segment the market based on hardware technologies, material types and service types.  Both revenue ($ Millions) and volume (units or kilograms/tons shipped) are considered in the forecasts.