Additive Orthopedics: Markets for 3D-Printed Medical Implants - 2017

  • ID: 4311378
  • Report
  • 106 pages
  • SmarTech Markets Publishing LLC
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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • 3D Systems
  • Additive Orthopedics
  • Autodesk
  • Concept Laser
  • K2M
  • Materialise
  • MORE

In the past decade, the orthopedic implant industry has been quietly revolutionized through the use of additive manufacturing. Today, the penetration rate of additive production of standard-sized implants is expanding rapidly.  In the future the researcher believes the majority of implants will be produced additively, creating a new revenue stream for printers and materials as well as new opportunities in the healthcare business itself.

This AM expansion is impacting the entire implant sector including spinal, hip, knee, and other types of implants.  And successful case studies of additively made implants have further fueled the role of 3D printing in true patient-specific devices. This SmarTech report is the only worldwide market analysis specific to additive orthopedics.

This study provides:

  • Complete coverage of the worldwide additive orthopedic implants market including craniomaxillofacial, hip, knee, shoulder, ankle, thoracic/spine, and custom implants in both metal and non-metal materials
  • A comprehensive analysis of the developments in the materials used for additively produced orthopedic implants.  This includes a discussion of biodegradable and lightweight reinforced polymers
  • A detailed ten-year market forecast of opportunities in AM hardware and material sales for printed orthopedic implants and devices, including breakouts by technology, material group, and implant type.  These forecasts are provided in both volume and value terms
  • Analysis and ten-year projections of secondary opportunities for additive orthopedics including specialty print services and software
  • Profiles of the marketing and business development activities at the market leaders in the additive implant space as well as the most innovative companies in the field

As we see it, additive manufacturing represents the only true path to economic viability and production feasibility for implants designed and shaped to a specific patient with unique trauma, degenerative disease, or birth defects. Indeed, additive manufacturing will be a key piece of the holy grail of orthopedic (and other medical) care, in which physical solutions are tailored to the exact needs of an individual patient.

This study identifies where the money will be made and lost as these trends play out.  It will be vital reading not only for executives in the 3D printing/additive manufacturing space, but also for marketing and product managers at companies in the medical materials, medical device and healthcare industries.

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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • 3D Systems
  • Additive Orthopedics
  • Autodesk
  • Concept Laser
  • K2M
  • Materialise
  • MORE

Chapter One: Trailing Twelve-Month Review of Additive Orthopedics
1.1 Understanding the Additive Manufacturing Value Proposition in Medical Treatment
1.1.1 Patient Specific Use Cases and Industry Standard Use Cases
1.1.2 Software, Machine, and Material Interrelationships
1.1.3 Challenges for Additive Production in Orthopedic Implants and Devices
1.1.4 Next-Generation Techniques in Additive Manufacture of Orthopedic Implants for Even Greater Value
1.2 Relevant Global Orthopedic Care Trends
1.2.1 Sizing Medical 3D Printing Opportunities as a Whole
1.3 Segmentation of the Additive Orthopedics Market by Material
1.3.1 Metal Implants and Devices—a Market Mainstay
1.3.2 Polymer Implants—a Potential Competitor
1.3.3 Hybrid and Biodegradables—a Future Challenger
1.4 Market Growth and Trends—2015 to 2017 and Beyond
1.4.1 Trailing 18-Month Market Activity in Additive Orthopedic Implants
1.4.2 Specialty Service Provider Opportunities in Additive Orthopedics
1.4.3 Disruptive Potential for Printable Orthopedic Implants Within the Clinic Environment
1.5 Summary of Market Forecasts and Future Outlook

Chapter Two: Driving Applications in Additive Orthopedics and Related Print Technologies
2.1 Review of AM Hardware and Processes for Producing Implants
2.1.1 Considerations for Use of Metal Powder Bed Fusion in Production of Additive Implants
2.2 Craniomaxillofacial Implants and Meshes
2.2.1 Meshes and Plates for Cranioplasty
2.2.2 Facial Reconstructions
2.3 Hip Related Implants
2.3.1 Additive Manufacturing of Femoral Stems
2.4 Spinal Implants
2.5 Knee Related Implants and Devices
2.6 Extremity and Specialty Implants—Ankle, Shoulder, Foot and More
2.6.1 Other Near-Term Application Areas—Fracture Plates and Scaffolds

Chapter Three: Analysis of Key Players in Additive Orthopedic Markets
3.1 Machine Manufacturers Supporting Additive Orthopedics
3.1.1 3D Systems
3.1.2 EOS
3.1.3 Renishaw
3.1.4 Concept Laser
3.1.5 Arcam
3.2 Leading and Innovative Producers of Printed Implants
3.2.1 Stryker
3.2.2 K2M
3.2.3 Zimmer Biomet
3.2.4 4WEB Medical
3.2.5 Additive Orthopedics
3.2.6 Xilloc
3.2.7 Lima Corporate
3.3 Notable Software Providers and other Influencers
3.3.1 Materialise
3.3.2 BodyCAD
3.3.3 Autodesk

Chapter Four: Ten-Year Forecasts for Printed Implants and Related Opportunities
4.1 Forecast Methodology
4.2 Contextual Market Data for Orthopedic Applications in the Broader Medical 3D Printing Market
4.3 Ten-Year Additive Manufacturing Hardware Forecasts in Additive Orthopedics
4.4 Ten-Year Additive Manufacturing Material Forecasts in Additive Orthopedics
4.5 Forecasting Other Opportunities in Additive Orthopedics – Print Services and Software

About the Analyst
Acronyms and Abbreviations Used In this Report

List of Exhibits
Exhibit 1-1: Exploring the Relationship Between Load Bearing Implants and Patient Specific Devices
Exhibit 1-2: Volume Versus Customization in Additive Orthopedics
Exhibit 1-3: Progression of Additive Orthopedic Devices Towards True Customization
Exhibit 1-4: Summary of AM Value Proposition for Clinical Benefit in Orthopedic Implants
Exhibit 1-5: Expanded Implant Manufacturing Process Flow using Additive Manufacturing
Exhibit 1-6: Collaborative Requirements and Clinical Workflow for Use of Advanced Patient Specific Implants
Exhibit 1-7: Total Projected Medical 3D Printing Revenues, by Opportunity Category, 2014-2026(e)
Exhibit 1-8: Total Projected AM Orthopedic Implant Volume, by Material Family, 2014-2026(e)
Exhibit 1-9: Market Adoption Statistics for Metal Additively Manufactured Implants
Exhibit 1-10: Comparison of Orthopedic Value in Printed Metals Versus Polymers
Exhibit 1-11: Total Projected Medical 3D Printing Service Opportunities, by Application Segment, 2014-2026(e)
Exhibit 1-12: Total Projected Additive Orthopedic Revenue Opportunities, by Category, 2014-2026(e)
Exhibit 1-13: Total Projected Additive Orthopedic Primary Market Size, by Category, 2014-2026(e)
Exhibit 2-1: Potential Adoption Level for 3D-Printed Medical Implants
Exhibit 2-2: Total Projected AM/3DP Implants, by Material Family, 2014-2026(e)
Exhibit 2-3: Total Projected AM/3DP Implants, by Segment, 2014-2026(e)
Exhibit 2-4: Comparison of Laser and Electron Based Metal Powder Bed Fusion Technologies for the Production of Orthopedic Implants
Exhibit 2-5: Summary of Commercially Available Printed CMF Implants and Services
Exhibit 2-6: Total Projected Printed Craniomaxillofacial Implants, by Material Type, 2014-2026(e)
Exhibit 2-7: Summary of Commercially Available Hip Related Implants and Services
Exhibit 2-8: Total Projected Printed Hip Related Orthopedic Implants, by Type, 2014-2026
Exhibit 2-9: Summary of Commercially Available Spinal Related Implants and Services
Exhibit 2-10: Total Projected Printed Spinal Implants, by Material Type, 2014-2026(e)
Exhibit 2-11: Summary of Commercially Available Knee Replacement Implant Components and Services
Exhibit 2-12: Total Projected Printed Knee Implant Components 2014-2026(e)
Exhibit 2-13: Summary of Commercially Available Upper and Lower Extremity Implant Components and Services
Exhibit 2-14: Total Projected Printed Extremity Implant Components, by Implant Type, 2014-2026(e)
Exhibit 4-1: Comparison of Total Medical AM/3DP Revenue Opportunities, by Category, 2014-2026(e)
Exhibit 4-2: Total Projected Additive Orthopedic Revenue Opportunities, by Region, 2014-2026(e)
Exhibit 4-3: Total Projected Additive Orthopedic Hardware Revenues, by Print Technology, 2014-2026(e)
Exhibit 4-4: Total Projected Additive Orthopedic Hardware Unit Sales, by Print Technology, 2014-2026(e)
Exhibit 4-5: Total Projected Additive Orthopedic Hardware Installations, by Print Technology, 2014-2026(e)
Exhibit 4-6: Total Projected Metal Print Material Revenues in Additive Orthopedics, by Alloy Family, 2014-2026(e)
Exhibit 4-7: Total Projected Polymer Print Material Revenues in Additive Orthopedics, by Polymer and Subsegment, 2014-2026(e)
Exhibit 4-8: Total Projected Metal Print Material Shipments in Additive Orthopedics, by Alloy Family, 2014-2026(e)
Exhibit 4-9: Total Projected Polymer Print Material Shipments in Additive Orthopedics, by Polymer and Subsegment, 2014-2026(e)
Exhibit 4-10: Total Projected Print Services Revenue Opportunities in Additive Orthopedics, by Material Class, 2014-2026(e)
Exhibit 4-11: Total Projected Print Services Revenue Opportunities in Additive Orthopedics, by Implant Type, 2014-2026(e)
Exhibit 4-12: Total Projected 3D Printing Software Revenues from Additive Orthopedic Applications, by Primary Tool Functionality, 2014-2026(e)

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  • 3D Systems
  • 4WEB Medical
  • Additive Orthopedics
  • Arcam
  • Autodesk
  • BodyCAD
  • Concept Laser
  • EOS
  • K2M
  • Lima Corporate
  • Materialise
  • Renishaw
  • Stryker
  • Xilloc
  • Zimmer Biomet
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