Composites de impresión 3D 2021-2031: Tecnología y análisis de mercado: IDTechEx

The market for 3D Printing FRPs will reach $2bn by 2031

Composites de impresión 3D 2021-2031: Tecnología y análisis de mercado

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3D printing of composite materials is reaching a commercial tipping point. 3D printing of polymer materials can have mechanical limitations that benefit from fiber reinforcement (or other functionalities), and composite manufacturing is known to be costly, and challenging this can benefit from the moldless, rapid prototyping and automated approach that additive manufacturing enables.
 
IDTechEx forecast that the market will rapidly rise to reach $2bn by 2031. This market report provides a comprehensive view for 3D printing market for composite material including granular 10-year forecasts, material and printer benchmarking studies and interview-based company profiles.
 
Technology & Materials Analysis
 
This report focusses on fiber reinforced polymers (FRP), with most of the market dominated by glass fiber and carbon fiber thermoplastics. This is not a brand-new technology; it has been built upon the growth of the 3D printing industry at large and has taken time to develop and reach a point of commercial maturity.
 
There are numerous approaches to 3D printing composite material, with key considerations around the material (continuous fiber vs chopped fibers ; thermoplastic vs thermoset) and the printer properties that make it appropriate for an industrial organisation or a desktop device for a prosumer or hobbyist.
 
Based on extensive primary-interviews and an extended period studying the market, IDTechEx analysts have provided a comprehensive printer manufacturer analysis and printer benchmarking study. This is essential to understand the market potential, technology differentiation, pain points & limitations, and the market status. The key market news, partnerships and acquisitions are all explored in detail; with more funding arriving and increasing interest then this will facilitate the growth but IDTechEx anticipate an inevitable consolidation in the mid-term.
 
There are dedicated chapters focusing on: thermoplastic filament extrusion, sheet lamination, powder bed fusion (e.g. SLS), thermoset dispensing, and vat photopolymerization.
 
There are numerous emerging technology developments, from those achieving chopped fiber alignments in a photopolymer, high-throughput, multi-axis printers, larger scales, increasing the fiber content, multi-material capabilities, and more. These are developments are detailed throughout the report.
 
 
Finally, this is compared against the latest developments in the automated manufacturing of composite material. Be it through AFP & ATL processes or via pick-and-place robots for organosheets, there is much to be aware of to understand the role that 3D printing can play within this industry.
 
* Can be aligned to achieve greater anisotropic functionality **In many case large amount of overlap with AFP, ATL & FW with in-situ consolidation techniques. *** Not all FDM/FFF printers can use composite filaments, often more specific solutions are required with resistant nozzles, higher temperature ranges and other features (material dependant). Sheet Lamination uses long rather than continuous fibers.
 
3D Printing Composites 2021-2031: Technology and Market Analysis
Central to the industry are the materials that are used. These materials are what dictates the part properties and printer requirements; they are also central to the competitive business models that are being employed. This report provides a comprehensive assessment of the material providers and a price and properties benchmarking study. Continuous fiber composites are for many the end-goal, with significant value, but there is a large opportunity in their short counterparts and a range of thermoplastics and thermoset resins being deployed.
 
Market Forecasts and Applications
 
In nearly all cases, the technology adoption is to allow for a metal replacement or as a more economical way to make existing composite parts, via the tooling, prototyping or low-volume part production. The most common use-case is for the role in providing tools, jigs and fixtures, this can allow manufacturers to differentiate & accelerate their process or allow players to bring certain capabilities in-house that were previously not possible. The applications are rapidly expanding and there are numerous end-users finding value from these printers in energy, aerospace & defense, luxury & sporting goods, space, marine, medical, automotive & motorsport, robotics, rail, and electronic devices & components.
 
Through detailed primary-interviews and with deep technical knowledge, this report brings the reader unbiased outlook for the industry including:
 
  • Key case studies and highlighted examples of end-use application
  • Market share by regional distribution and printer process
  • Historical trend in investment capital
  • 10-year market forecasts for extrusion-based printers (unit number & revenue) split by printer type (desktop vs industrial ; thermoplastic vs thermoset)
  • 10-year market forecasts for material demand (split by material type) and services & software.
This is also put in the context of the larger composites market, the global 3D printing industry, and understanding the impact that the COVID-19pandemic has had on the industry.
 
Who should buy this report?
 
This report is for those in, or seeking to get involved in, the 3D printing of composites market, including:
 
  • Companies in the supply chain (such as materials companies)
  • 3D printing companies (either those already in composites or those looking at the opportunity)
  • Composite manufacturing companies and wider into automation
  • End-users: aerospace & defence, energy, sports & luxury goods, R&D centres, marine, space, automotive, and generally those providing tooling and jigs & fixtures for manufacturing equipment
  • External players and investors
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Table of Contents
1.EXECUTIVE SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS
1.1.Introduction to 3D printing of composite material
1.2.Composite 3D printing technological progression
1.3.Summary of 11 key players
1.4.Investment capital into 3D printing composites
1.5.Key strategic partnerships & acquisitions
1.6.5 commercial categories of composite thermoplastic extrusion printers
1.7.Material feedstock benchmarking study
1.8.Printer benchmarking study
1.9.End-user application: sector overview
1.10.Factors influencing 3D printing composites market
1.11.Primary interview based company profiles
1.12.Total market forecasts for 3D printing composites
1.13.Market forecasts 3DP composites: material demand for extrusion
1.14.Market share: regional distribution
1.15.Where next for composite 3D printing?
2.3D PRINTING MARKET OVERVIEW
2.1.Scope of report
2.2.The seven different types of 3D printing processes
2.3.Major material-process relationships
2.4.Why adopt 3D printing?
2.5.The desktop 3D printer explosion
2.6.History of 3D printing polymers: the rise of the hobbyist
2.7.Consumer vs prosumer vs professional
2.8.Use patterns and market segmentation
2.9.Business models: securing future revenues
2.10.Drivers and restraints of growth
2.11.Global 3D printing market outlook
2.12.Impact of COVID-19 on the 3D printing industry
3.INTRODUCTION TO LIGHTWEIGHTING
3.1.What is lightweighting?
3.2.Lightweight material drivers
3.3.Comparison of lightweight materials
3.4.The challenge with small and low-volume parts
3.5.Lightweight Material Candidates
4.COMPOSITE MATERIALS
4.1.Introduction to composites
4.2.Introduction to composite materials
4.3.Comparison of relative fibre properties
4.4.Cost adjusted fibre properties
4.5.Supply chain for composite manufacturers
4.6.Carbon fiber: Overview
4.7.Carbon fiber: historical growth and market status
4.8.Carbon fiber: manufacturer analysis
4.9.Carbon fiber: capacity expansions and regional distribution
4.10.Carbon fiber: cost of material
4.11.Carbon fiber: acquisitions and partnerships
4.12.Glass fibres: Overview
4.13.Polymer matrix introduction
4.14.Resins - overview and property comparison
4.15.Thermoplastics for composites - overview
4.16.Thermosetting resins - overview
4.17.Rise of robotics in composite manufacturing
4.18.CFRP automation case study
5.3D PRINTING COMPOSITES: OVERVIEW
5.1.Introduction to 3D printing of composite material
5.2.The seven different types of 3D printing processes
5.3.Composite 3D printing technological progression
5.4.Drivers and restraints of growth
5.5.Complete company assessment
5.6.Printer benchmarking study
6.3D PRINTING COMPOSITES: TECHNOLOGY ANALYSIS
6.1.Fibre reinforced thermoplastic filament extrusion
6.1.1.3D printing composites: printer processes
6.1.2.5 commercial categories of composite extrusion printers
6.1.3.Chopped fibre thermoplastic filament extrusion: (extrusion)
6.1.4.Key thermoplastic extrusion composite printers: Industrial with short fiber
6.1.5.Continuous fiber thermoplastic filament extrusion
6.1.6.Continuous fibre thermoplastic tape extrusion
6.1.7.3 options to achieve continuous fiber extrusion
6.1.8.3D printing continuous fiber composites using tapes
6.1.9.Comparison to ATL/AFP
6.1.10.DED: Comparison to in-situ consolidated AFP
6.1.11.Key thermoplastic extrusion composite printers: Desktop with continuous fiber
6.1.12.Key thermoplastic extrusion composite printers: Industrial with continuous fiber
6.1.13.Key thermoplastic extrusion composite printers: large-scale with continuous fibers
6.1.14.Market leader snapshot: Markforged
6.1.15.Key companies in China: Extrusion printers with continuous fibers
6.1.16.Key companies in China: Extrusion printers with short fibers
6.1.17.Key companies in China: Extrusion printers with short fibers (2)
6.1.18.Large format thermoplastic filament extrusion
6.1.19.Increasing the throughput of composite 3D printing
6.1.20.Service bureaus using fibre + thermoplastic filament extrusion
6.1.21.Benchmarking study by independent research institute
6.2.Sheet lamination
6.2.1.3D printing composites: printer processes
6.2.2.Sheet lamination
6.2.3.Market leader snapshot: Impossible Objects
6.3.Powder bed fusion
6.3.1.3D printing composites: printer processes
6.3.2.Powder bed fusion- Selective Laser Sintering (SLS)
6.3.3.Market leader snapshot: EOS
6.3.4.Key companies in China: SLS printers with carbon fiber
6.3.5.Key developments
6.4.Fiber reinforced thermoset dispensing
6.4.1.3D printing composites: printer processes
6.4.2.Continuous fibre thermoset dispensing
6.4.3.Market leader snapshot: Continuous Composites
6.4.4.Large scale thermoset dispensing processes
6.5.Vat Photopolymerisation
6.5.1.3D printing composites: printer processes
6.5.2.Vat photopolymerisation: Fortify
6.5.3.Glass reinforced photopolymers
6.6.Emerging methods
6.6.1.3D printing composites: printer processes
6.6.2.Automating preforming
6.6.3.Alternative thermoplastic extrusion processes
6.6.4.Vat photopolymerisation with post print fiber inclusion
7.3D PRINTING COMPOSITES: MATERIAL ANALYSIS
7.1.Material feedstock: introduction
7.2.Fibre reinforced thermoplastic filaments
7.3.Material assessment: matrix considerations
7.4.Material assessment: mechanical properties
7.5.Material assessment: price and performance benchmarking
7.6.Complete material list: short carbon fiber
7.7.Complete material list: short glass fiber
7.8.Complete material list: powder
7.9.Complete material list: continuous fiber
7.10.Benchmarking study by independent research institute
7.11.Key material news and developments
7.12.Recycled carbon fiber as feedstock material
7.13.Nanocarbon additive: property advantages
7.14.Nanocarbon additive: commercial activity
8.APPLICATIONS
8.1.End-user application: sector overview
8.2.Application hype curve of CFRP
8.3.Jigs and Fixtures
8.4.Tooling
8.5.Aerospace & Defense
8.6.UAVs and Satellites
8.7.Medical
8.8.Automotive
8.9.Energy
8.10.Marine
8.11.Functional prototyping: embedded sensors
8.12.Sports and luxury goods
8.13.Robotics and drones
8.14.Electronic devices and components
9.MARKET ANALYSIS AND FORECASTS
9.1.Market share: regional distribution
9.2.Market share: technology split
9.3.Investment capital into 3D printing composites
9.4.Forecast methodology and presentation of findings
9.5.Total market forecasts for 3D printing composites
9.6.Market forecasts 3DP composites: cumulative thermoplastic extrusion printer installations
9.7.Market forecasts 3DP composites: thermoplastic extrusion revenue
9.8.Market forecasts 3DP composites: annual thermoplastic extrusion printer sales
9.9.Market forecasts 3DP composites: thermoplastic extrusion printer material demand
9.10.Market forecasts 3DP composites: thermoset revenue
10.COMPANY PROFILES
10.1.Primary interview based company profiles
11.APPENDIX - DATA
11.1.3D printing composites market 2021-2031: total revenue
11.2.3D printing composites market 2021-2031: annual printer unit sales
11.3.3D printing composites market 2021-2031: total material feedstock mass
11.4.3D printing composites market 2017-2031: revenue thermoplastic extrusion
11.5.3D printing composites market 2017-2031: annual printer installations desktop and industrial for thermoplastic extrusion
11.6.3D printing composites market 2017-2031: cumulative printer installations desktop and industrial for thermoplastic extrusion
11.7.3D printing composites market 2017-2031: annual material demand (mass) split by type
11.8.3D printing composites market 2017-2031: revenue thermoset printers, services and materials
 

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