Global 3D Printing Automotive Market 2016-2022

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3D printing, also recognized as additive manufacturing, is the course of creating three dimensional substances from a ordinal file by a printing apparatus. This procedure includes placing down consecutive coatings of solid material till the whole thing is manufactured. 3D printing is being accepted cutting across productions such as automotive, protection, and aerospace. The swelling implementation of 3D printing is accredited to its numerous returns, which contain groundbreaking designing, great flexibility levels, a reduced amount of time to market, and the capacity to manufacture parts without luxurious tooling.

Features that drive the 3D printing in automotive marketplace are invention in different printing ingredients for 3D printing, the progress of new machineries, little cost of improvement, and end of main copyrights. Though, supervisory hurdles in different republics, absence of obtainability and calibration of resources, procedure regulator standards, and incomplete cognizance about the technology could hinder market development.

The infiltration of 3D printing is maximum in North America as related to other areas. Europe and Asia-pacific are in the initial phases of accepting 3D printing technology. Though, Europe is likely to top the market, in standings of value, in the future, trailed by Asia-Pacific, North America, and the rest of the world. The termination of important patents has encouraged manufacturers to come in the 3D printer marketplace. The drop in the prices of 3D printers could also clue to a unexpected spike in demand from the customer fragment.

The 3D printing automotive market was USD 482.27 Million in 2015, and is likely to reach USD 1.56 Billion by 2020, rising at a CAGR of 26.58%. The chief application of 3D printers in automotive is for prototyping and tooling. Using 3D printing for prototyping decrease the dispatch time for creation of a prototype. Before, producers would subcontract the prototyping process, which resulted in extra costs and amplified their turnaround time. OEMs can now pattern a prototype rapidly and at one fourth of the rate using 3D printing. Polymers are the maximum favored 3D print materials because of their elasticity and power. Metals are likely to be accepted as 3D print material in the coming, as constituents that need to endure extraordinary temperature and pressure can be factory-made using 3D printers with metals as print material. However, 3D printers cannot be used for mass manufacturing, due to the size restraint, and a 3D printer will not be able to print more than one article at a time.

In this report, the 3D printing automotive market is segmented on the foundation of technology, material, application, and area. The technology part encompasses stereolithography (SLA), laser sintering, electron beam melting (EBM), laminated object manufacturing (LOM), three dimensional inkjet printing (3IDP), fused disposition modeling (FDM), and other technologies. The material segment encompasses polymers, metals/alloys, and others (glass, ceramics, wood, and composites). The application segment includes prototyping and tooling, R&D and revolution, engineering composite modules, and others (customization, personalization, and aftermarket).

This report categorizes and describes the 3D printing locomotive market in footings of capacity and worth. It delivers a inclusive examination and understandings (both, qualitative and quantitative) into the 3D printing market for automotive. It highlights probable development prospects in imminent years and analyses the marketplace drivers, checks, evolution pointers, tests, marketplace subtleties, competitive landscape, and other crucial facets with respect to the 3D printing automotive market.

The competitive landscape section of the report studies the significant progress plans implemented by numerous main companies as well as start-ups in the global 3D printing market. These companies include Optomec (U.S.), 3D Systems (U.S.), Stratasys (U.S.), ExOne (U.S.), and Arcam (Sweden).


1 Outline
    1.1 Aims of the Study 
    1.2 Market Definition 
    1.3 Reading Scope 
           1.3.1 Markets Enclosed
           1.3.2 Area Scope
           1.3.3 Years Measured for the Study
    1.4 Currency 
    1.5 Stakeholders

2 Research Methodology
    2.1 Study Statistics 
           2.1.1 Secondary Data
                    2.1.1.1 Important Statistics From Secondary Sources
           2.1.2 Primary Data
                    2.1.2.1 Important Statistics From Primary Sources
                    2.1.2.2 Important Business Acumens
                    2.1.2.3 Analysis of Primaries
    2.2 Marketplace Size Approximation 
           2.2.1 Bottom-Up Approach
           2.2.2 Top-Down Approach
    2.3 Marketplace Breakdown and Figures Triangulation 
    2.4 Research Expectations and Limits 
           2.4.1 Expectations
           2.4.2 Limits

3 Executive Summary

4 Quality Visions
    4.1 Striking Marketplace Prospects in the Global 3D Printing Market 
    4.2 Stereo Lithography (SLA) Technology Likely to Rule the Marketplace Among Other Technologies From 2016 to 2020 (USD Million) 
    4.3 Prototyping & Tooling Application to Control  the 3D Automotive Printing Marketplace in Footings of Worth 
    4.4 Europe & Asia-Pacific Areas to Be the Fastest-Growing Markets in Terms of Value for 3D Printing in Automotive 
    4.5 Polymers Will Endure to Be the Most Favorite Material for 3D Printing because of Its Lightweight (2020) 
    4.6 Asia-Pacific Regions is Expected to Cultivate at the Maximum CAGR in Expressions of 3D Printer Sales for Automotive 
    4.7 Product Mapping 
    4.8 Client Mapping

5 Impression of 3D Printer Market
    5.1 Outline 
    5.2 Outline of Global 3D Printer Sales 
    5.3 Automotive 3D Printer Marketplace

6 Existing & Coming Application of 3D Printing in Automotive
    6.1 Overview 
    6.2 Influence of 3D Printing on Automotive 
    6.3 Application of 3D Printing in Automotive: Present  & Upcoming 
           6.3.1 Present Components
                    6.3.1.1 Exterior/Exterior Trim
                    6.3.1.2 Fluid Treatment
                    6.3.1.3 Engineering Process
                    6.3.1.4 Exhaust/Releases
           6.3.2 Forthcoming Machineries
                    6.3.2.1 Mount, Body, & Doors
                    6.3.2.2 Microchip technology
                    6.3.2.3 Wheels, Tires, & Suspensions
                    6.3.2.4 OEM Constituents
                    6.3.2.5 Inside & Seating
                    6.3.2.6 Engine Gears

7 Marketplace Overview

    7.1 Outline 
    7.2 Marketplace Segmentation 
           7.2.1 By Region
           7.2.2 By Material
           7.2.3 By Application
           7.2.4 By Technology

    7.3 Market Subtleties 
           7.3.1 Drivers
                    7.3.1.1 Discount in Charges & Period of Rapid Prototyping
                    7.3.1.2 Government Funds in 3D Printing-Related R&D Schemes
           7.3.2 Limitations
                    7.3.2.1 Partial Accessibility, High Cost, & Standardization Matters of 3D Printing Materials
                    7.3.2.2 Absence of Standardized Process Regulator
           7.3.3 Prospects
                    7.3.3.1 Unused Marketplaces for 3D Printing Applications
           7.3.4 Tasks
                    7.3.4.1 Limits in Prototyping, Printing Rapidity, & Material Structure
    7.4 Hot Subject 
           7.4.1 Manufacturers vs Intellectual Property Rights  & Copyright Issues
    7.5 Porter’s Five Forces Analysis 
           7.5.1 Threat of New Entrants
           7.5.2 Threat of Substitutes
           7.5.3 Bargaining Power of Suppliers
           7.5.4 Bargaining Power of Buyers
           7.5.5 Intensity of Rivalry
    7.6 Value Chain Analysis 
    7.7 End of Key Patents 
    7.8 3D Printing & Global Supply Chain

8 3D Printing Marketplace for Automotive, By Application
    8.1 Introduction 
    8.2 Prototyping & Tooling 
    8.3 Investigation, Expansion & Invention 
    8.4 Engineering Composite Gears 
    8.5 Other Applications

9 International 3D Printing Market for Automotive, By Technology
    9.1 Outline 
           9.1.1 Stereolithography
           9.1.2 Selective Laser Sintering
                    9.1.2.1 Selective Laser Melting
                    9.1.2.2 Direct Metal Laser Sintering
           9.1.3 Three Dimensional Inject Printing
           9.1.4 Fused Disposition Modeling (FDM)
           9.1.5 Laminated Object Manufacturing
           9.1.6 Electron Beam Melting (EBM)
           9.1.7 Others
                    9.1.7.1 Digital Light Processing
                    9.1.7.2 Multiphase Jet Solidification (MJS)

10 3D Printing Market for Automotive, By Material
     10.1 Introduction 
             10.1.1 Metals
             10.1.2 Polymer
             10.1.3 Others

11 3D Printing Market for Automotive, By Region
     11.1 Introduction 
     11.2 Global Scenario 
             11.2.1 PEST Analysis
                        11.2.1.1 Political Factors
                        11.2.1.2 Economic Factors
                        11.2.1.3 Social Factors
                        11.2.1.4 Technological Factors
     11.3 Europe 
            
     11.4 North America

     11.5 RoW 
     11.6 Asia-Pacific

12 3D Printing for Automotive Applications : Case Studies
     12.1 Bayerische Motor Works 
     12.2 Koenigsegg 
     12.3 Jaguar Land Rover

13 Competitive Landscape
     13.1 Outline 
     13.2 Crucial Companies of 3D Printing Market 
     13.3 Competitive Circumstances and Tendencies 
             13.3.1 Startup Situation
     13.4 Enterprises, Contracts, Joint Ventures, Treaties, & Collaborations 
     13.5 Innovative Product Introductions 
     13.6 Growths 
     13.7 Mergers & Acquisitions

14 Company Profiles
(Outline, Products and Services, Financials, Strategy & Expansion)
     19.1 Introduction 
     14.2 3D Systems Corporation 
     14.3 Autodesk 
     14.4 Arcam AB 
     14.5 Stratasys Inc. 
     14.6 Optomec Inc. 
     14.7 Exone 
     14.8 Hoganas AB 
     14.9 Voxeljet AG 
     14.10 Local Motors 
     14.11 Ponoko Ltd

15 Adjunct

     15.1 Visions of Industry Connoisseurs 
     15.2 Discussion Guide 
     15.3 Presenting RTMI: Real Time Market Intelligence 
     15.4 Obtainable Customizations 
             15.4.1 3D Printing for Aerospace Industry
             15.4.2 3D Printer Sales, By Technology
             15.4.3 Study of OEM Expenditure on 3D Printing Technology


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