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Ceramics Additive Manufacturing Production Markets: 2019-2030

  • ID: 5019064
  • Report
  • April 2020
  • Region: Global
  • 164 Pages
  • Smart tech Analysis
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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • 3DCeram-Sinto
  • Admatec/Formatec
  • ExOne
  • Johnson Mattheys
  • Lithoz
  • Nanoe
  • MORE

The new Ceramics Additive Manufacturing for Part Production 2020- 2030 report identifies the most commercially important additive manufacturing technologies, material types, and material form factors, as well as application segments for ceramics additive manufacturing, differentiating between technical and traditional ceramic materials. The report also presents an in-depth analysis of the different types of firms offering ceramic AM services and parts, including specific forecasts on ceramics AM service providers, ceramic 3D printed parts providers and ceramic 3D printed parts adopters. The report includes ten-year forecasts and performance analyses on these segments and relative subsegments including, for the first time, analysis and forecasts of the new bound ceramic 3D printing segment and materials, where green ceramic parts and produced using thermal extrusion of ceramic powders bound in a thermoplastic filament matrix.

Key ceramics AM industry leaders analyzed in this report include: 3DCeram-Sinto, Lithoz, Prodways, Admatec/Formatec, ExOne, voxeljet, SGL Carbon, Schunck Carbon Technologies, XJet, Nanoe, Johnson Mattheys, and a large number of other entities operating in ceramics AM services, cement extrusion, as well as ceramics, AM end-users.

This report will present ceramics AM industry operators with a complete competitive analysis of the market and offer all entities interested in implementing ceramics AM capabilities with a complete map of all available technologies and their revenue potential for the short, medium and long term.

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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • 3DCeram-Sinto
  • Admatec/Formatec
  • ExOne
  • Johnson Mattheys
  • Lithoz
  • Nanoe
  • MORE

Chapter One: Ceramics Additive Manufacturing Nears Full Scale Production
1.1 Indicators that Ceramics AM Remains on the Rise
1.1.1 Leading Ceramics AM Firms Moving Further into Production with Support from Large Industrial Groups
1.1.2 Ceramics AM Expanding into New Advanced Materials Segments
1.1.3 Growth of Cement Materials for Construction 3D Printing Is Driving AM of Large-format End-use Parts
1.1.4 Cross Segment Drivers
1.2 Overview of Ceramics AM Materials
1.3 Ceramic 3D Printing Technologies
1.3.1 From Bound Metal 3D Printing to Bound Ceramic 3D Printing
1.3.2 Relevant Ceramic AM Technologies Considered in this Report
1.3.2.1 Ceramic Stereolithography
1.3.2.2 Ceramic Binder Jetting
1.3.2.3 Material Extrusion
1.3.2.4 Material Jetting
1.4 Industrial Application Segments for Technical Ceramics
1.4.1 Aerospace and Defense
1.4.2 Biomedical and Dental
1.4.3 Automotive and Rail
1.4.4 Maritime and Energy
1.4.5 Electronics and Optics
1.5 Industrial Segments of Application for Traditional Ceramics
1.5.1 Tooling, Foundry Cores, and Molds
1.5.2 Art, Design and Consumer Products
1.6 Notable Trends in Major Adopting Industries for 3D-printed Ceramics
1.6.1 Key Trends in AM of Technical Ceramics
1.6.2 Key Trends in AM of Traditional Ceramics
1.6.3 Key Trends in Medical Ceramics
1.7 Implementation Timeline
1.8 Summary of Ten-year Forecasts for 3D-Printed Ceramics
1.8.1 Forecast of Ceramics AM Revenues by Segment
1.8.2 Forecast of Ceramics AM Hardware Revenues by Geographic Locations
1.9 Methodology Used in this Report
1.9.1 Note on COVID-19 Pandemic Impact on Ceramics AM
1.10 Key Points from This Chapter

Chapter Two: Ceramics Additive Manufacturing Nears Full Scale Production
2.1 Vat Photopolymerization of Technical Ceramics
2.1.1 Production-ready Ceramics Stereolithography
2.1.2 Developments in Low-cost Ceramics Stereolithography
2.2 Binder Jetting of Ceramics
2.2.1 Industrial Binder Jetting of Ceramics
2.2.2 Developments in Low-cost Ceramics Binder Jetting
2.3 Extrusion Technologies for Ceramics
2.3.1 Industrial Extrusion of Traditional and Advanced Ceramics
2.3.2 Low-cost Ceramic Extrusion for Consumer Products
2.4 Other AM Processes for Ceramics
2.4.1 Nanoparticle Jetting
2.4.2 CIM-based Processes
2.5 Ten-year Forecasts of Ceramics 3D Printing Hardware
2.6 Reassessment of Geographic Considerations for AM Hardware Revenue Distribution
2.7 Key Points from this Chapter

Chapter Three: Ceramic AM Filaments, Slurries, Powders and Nanoparticles
3.1 Ceramic Materials Used in AM
3.1.1 Zirconia Ceramics
3.1.2 Alumina Ceramics
3.1.3 Silicon Ceramics
3.1.3.1 Oxides
3.1.3.2 Non-oxides
3.1.4 Calcium Ceramics
3.1.5 Cement-based Materials
3.1.6 Clays
3.1.7 Glass
3.1.8 Ceramic Injection Molding (CIM) Materials
3.2 Slurry Ceramic Materials for Photopolymerization Processes
3.2.1 Zirconia in Photopolymerization Processes
3.2.2 Alumina in Photopolymerization Processes
3.2.3 Silicon in Photopolymerization Processes
3.2.3.1 Silicon Nitride and Silicon Carbide
3.2.3.2 Silica
3.2.4 TCP and HA in Photopolymerization Processes
3.2.5 Ten-year Forecast of Ceramics Materials for Photopolymerization Processes
3.3 Powder Ceramic Materials for Binder Jetting Processes
3.3.1 Silica Sand
3.3.2 Zircon and Zirconia
3.3.3 Terracotta, Clay and Porcelain
3.3.4 Other Technical Ceramic Powders for Binder Jetting
3.3.5 Ten-year Forecast of Powder Ceramics Materials for Binder Jetting
3.4 Ceramic Materials for Material Extrusion Processes
3.4.1 Cement for Large Format Extrusion 3D Printing
3.4.2 Ceramic Materials for Extrusion and Microextrusion 3D Printing
3.4.3 Ten-year Forecast of Paste Ceramic Materials for Extrusion Processes
3.4.4 Bound Ceramic Filaments for Thermoplastic Extrusion
3.5 Ceramic Materials for Other AM Processes
3.6 Ten-year Forecast for Ceramics AM Materials
3.6.1 Total Ceramic Materials Market Ten-year Forecast
3.6.2 Forecast of Ceramics AM Materials Revenues by Geographic Locations
3.7 Key Points from this Chapter

Chapter Four: Ceramic AM for Production: Parts and Services
4.1 Ceramics AM Services as a Key Evolutionary Step Towards Parts Production
4.1.1 Specialized Technical Ceramics 3D Printing Service Providers
4.1.1.1 Ceramics AM Hardware Manufacturers Offering AM Services
4.1.1.2 Specialized Ceramics AM Service Providers
4.1.1.3 Ceramics Parts and Materials Manufacturers Offering Ceramic 3D Printing Services
4.1.2 Specialized Traditional Ceramics 3D Printing Service Providers
4.2 Ten-year Forecast of Ceramics AM Services
4.3 Ceramics AM End-users
4.4 Technical Ceramic AM Applications in Major Vertical Markets for Ceramics 3D Printing
4.4.1 3D Printing of High-performance Ceramic Parts for Aerospace, Automotive
4.4.2 Medical and Biomedical Applications
4.4.3 Dental Applications
4.4.4 Jewelry and Luxury Goods
4.4.5 Electronics and Optics
4.4.6 Energy
4.5 Traditional Ceramic AM Applications in Major Vertical Markets for Ceramics 3D Printing
4.6 Ten-year Forecast of Ceramics AM Parts Value
4.6.1 Forecast of Revenues and Unit Demand for Ceramics AM Applications
4.6.2 Forecast of Ceramics AM Applications Revenues by Geographic Locations
4.7 Key Points from this Chapter

About the Analyst
Acronyms and Abbreviations Used In this Report

List of Exhibits

Exhibit 1-1: Drivers for Adoption of Ceramics Additive Manufacturing
Exhibit 1-2: Ceramic Material Families Convergence
Exhibit 1-3: Map of the Leading Ceramics AM Technologies
Exhibit 1-4: Typical Bound Ceramic Filament 3D Printing Workflow
Exhibit 1-5: Ceramics Stereolithography Hardware OEMs
Exhibit 1-6: Ceramic Binder Jetting Hardware OEMs
Exhibit 1-7: Primary Commercially Available Pneumatic Extrusion Technologies and System OEMs
Exhibit 1-8: Primary New Technologies for Ceramics AM and System OEMs
Exhibit 1-9: Ceramic AM Applications by Materials (Larger Rectangles Indicate Higher Expected Demand)
Exhibit 1-10: Expected Timeline for Adoption of Ceramics AM Technologies in Final Parts Production
Exhibit 1-11: Overall Market Forecast for Revenues ($USM) in Ceramics AM by Segment and Primary Subsegment 2019 – 2030
Exhibit 1-12: Expected Year on Year Growth of Ceramics AM Related Revenues ($USM) 2019 – 2030
Exhibit 1-13: CAGR for Ceramics AM Revenues by Segment 2019 – 2030
Exhibit 1-14: Revenues ($USM) from Ceramics AM Hardware by Geographic Location 2019 – 2030
Exhibit 1-15 Breakdown of Geographic Ceramic AM Revenue Data ($USM)
Exhibit 2-1: High-end Stereolithography Systems and Sizes for Ceramics AM
Exhibit 2-2: Low-cost Stereolithographic Ceramic 3D Printers
Exhibit 2-3: High-end Binder Jetting Systems and Sizes
Exhibit 2-4: Low-cost Ceramic Binder Jetting Systems and Sizes
Exhibit 2-5: Industrial Grade Cement Extrusion Systems
Exhibit 2-6: Low-cost Clay Extrusion 3D Printers and Prices
Exhibit 2-7: Available Material Jetting Systems for Ceramics AM
Exhibit 2-8: How the Ceramics Injection Molding Process Works
Exhibit 2-9: Forecasted Average Price of Ceramics AM Hardware by Technology ($US) 2019 – 2030
Exhibit 2-10: Ceramics AM Hardware Revenues ($USM) by Technology – 2019 – 2030
Exhibit 2-11: Ceramics AM Hardware Unit Sales Growth Trend and YoY Growth
Exhibit 2-12: Ceramics AM Hardware Revenues CAGR by Technology Segment
Exhibit 2-13: Ceramics AM Hardware Unit Demand by Technology 2019- 2030
Exhibit 2-14: Comparison Between Low-cost and High-end Ceramics AM Hardware Revenues ($USM) 2019 – 2030
Exhibit 2-15: Ceramics AM Hardware Unit Sales by Technology and Price Point
Exhibit 2-16: Ceramics AM Hardware Revenues ($USM) by Technology and Price Point
Exhibit 2-17: High-end Ceramics AM Hardware Unit Sales
Exhibit 2-18: High-end Ceramics AM Hardware Revenues ($USM)
Exhibit 2-19: Low-cost Ceramics AM Hardware Unit Sales
Exhibit 2-20: Low-cost Ceramics AM Hardware Revenues ($USM)
Exhibit 2-21: Forecast of Ceramics AM Hardware Revenues by Geographic Locations ($USM): 2019-2030 Forecast
Exhibit 3-1: Graphic Map of Ceramics AM Materials Distribution by Type, Technology and Quantities
Exhibit 3-2: Ceramic Materials for Non-AM CIM applications
Exhibit 3-3: Primary Commercially Available Ceramic Products for Photopolymerization Processes, Properties and Applications
Exhibit 3-4: Commercially Available Zirconia AM Materials for Photopolymerization
Exhibit 3-5: Commercially Available Alumina AM Materials for Photopolymerization Processes
Exhibit 3-6: Commercially Available Silicate Ceramics Material for Photopolymerization
Exhibit 3-7: Commercially Available Calcium Ceramics Material for Biomedical Applications
Exhibit 3-8: Demand of Slurry Ceramic Materials for Photopolymerization (Metric Tonnes) 2019 – 2030
Exhibit 3-9: Expected Average Price Trend for Slurry Ceramic Materials ($/kg)
Exhibit 3-10: Revenues ($USM) from Slurry Materials Used in Photopolymerization Processes 2019 – 2030
Exhibit 3-11: Revenue CAGR for Ceramic Slurries Used in Photopolymerization Processes by Material Type 2019-2030
Exhibit 3-12: Year-on-year Revenue Growth from Slurry Ceramic Materials Used in Photopolymerization ($USM)
Exhibit 3-13: Commercially Available Ceramic Products for Powder-Based Processes, Properties and Applications
Exhibit 3-14: Demand of Powder Ceramic Materials Used in Binder Jetting (Tonnes)
Exhibit 3-15: Demand of Powder Technical Ceramic Materials Used in Binder Jetting (Tonnes)
Exhibit 3-16: Expected Average Price for Ceramic Powder Used in Binder Jetting
Exhibit 3-17: Revenues from Ceramic Materials Used in Binder Jetting ($USM)
Exhibit 3-18: Revenue CAGR for Ceramic Powder Materials Used in Binder Jetting ($USM)
Exhibit 3-19: Revenues from Powder Ceramic Materials Used in Binder Jetting ($USM)
Exhibit 3-20: Currently Available Materials for Large Format Extrusion 3D Printing
Exhibit 3-21: Commercially Available Materials for Microextrusion 3D Printing
Exhibit 3-22: Shipments of Paste Ceramic Materials for Extrusion Technologies (Metric Tonnes)
Exhibit 3-23: Average Price per Kg ($) Trend for Paste Ceramic Materials for Extrusion Technologies
Exhibit 3-24: Paste Ceramic Materials Revenues ($USM) for Extrusion Technologies by Material Type
Exhibit 3-25: Paste Ceramic Materials Revenue CAGR ($USM) for Extrusion Technologies by Material Type
Exhibit 3-26: Paste Ceramic Materials Revenues ($USM) YoY Growth for Extrusion Technologies
Exhibit 3-27: Commercially Available Bound Ceramic Filament for Thermal Extrusion 3D Printing
Exhibit 3-28: Shipments of Bound Ceramic Filaments for Extrusion Technologies (Metric Tonnes) 2019 – 2030
Exhibit 3-29: Bound Ceramic Filament Revenues ($USM) for Extrusion by Material 2019 – 2030
Exhibit 3-30: Bound Ceramic Filament Revenue CAGR for Extrusion by Material Type 2019 – 2030
Exhibit 3-31: Bound Ceramic Filament Revenues and YoY Growth 2019 – 2030
Exhibit 3-32: Other Commercially Available Ceramic Materials for Additive Manufacturing
Exhibit 3-33: Ceramic Nanoparticle Shipments (Metric Tonnes) for Jetting AM Processes
Exhibit 3-34: Average Expected Price ($/Kg) of Nanoparticle Ceramic Materials for Jetting AM Processes 2019 – 2030
Exhibit 3-35: Ceramic Nanoparticle Revenues ($USM) for Jetting AM Processes 2019 – 2030
Exhibit 3-36: Technical vs. Traditional Ceramics AM Materials Demand (Metric Tonnes) 2019 – 2030
Exhibit 3-37: Forecast of Total Technical Ceramics Materials Demand (Metric Tonnes) 2019 – 2030
Exhibit 3-38: Demand of Ceramic Materials for Additive Manufacturing by Technology (Tonnes) 2019 – 2030
Exhibit 3-39: Revenues from All Ceramic Materials (Technical + Traditional) for Additive Manufacturing ($USM) by Material Type and Form Factor 2019 – 2030
Exhibit 3-40: A Comparison Between Revenues from Technical vs. Traditional Ceramic Materials for Additive Manufacturing ($USM) 2019 – 2030
Exhibit 3-41: Ceramics AM Material Revenues by Technology ($USM) 2019 – 2030
Exhibit 3-42: Ceramics AM Materials Revenues CAGR by Technology 2019 – 2030
Exhibit 3-43: Total Ceramics AM Materials Revenues and YoY Growth 2019 – 2030
Exhibit 3-44: Technical Ceramic Materials Revenues ($USM) by Geographic Location 2019 – 2030
Exhibit 3-45: Traditional Ceramic Materials Revenues ($USM) by Geographic Location 2019 – 2030
Exhibit 4-1: Current Go-to-market Strategy for Ceramic 3D-Printed Parts
Exhibit 4-2: Future Go-to-market Strategy for Ceramic 3D-Printed Parts
Exhibit 4-3: Typical Process Workflow for AM of Technical Ceramic Parts
Exhibit 4-4: Total Ceramics AM Parts Revenues ($USM) by Type of Company 2019 – 2030
Exhibit 4-5: Ceramics AM Parts Revenues CAGR by Type of Company 2019 – 2030
Exhibit 4-6: Technical Ceramics AM Parts Revenues ($USM) by Type of Company 2019 – 2030
Exhibit 4-7: Technical Ceramics AM Parts Revenues CAGR by Type of Company 2019 – 2030
Exhibit 4-8: Traditional Ceramics AM Parts Revenues ($USM) by Type of Company 2019 – 2030
Exhibit 4-9: Technical Ceramics AM Parts Revenues CAGR by Type of Company 2019 – 2030
Exhibit 4-10: Example of 3D-Printed Technical Ceramic Parts
Exhibit 4-11: Examples of 3D-Printed Traditional Ceramic Parts
Exhibit 4-12: Comparison Between Traditional and Technical Ceramics AM Forecast ($USM)
Exhibit 4-13: Traditional Ceramics AM Parts Value ($USM)
Exhibit 4-14: CAGR by Application
Exhibit 4-15: Technical Ceramics AM Parts Value ($USM)
Exhibit 4-16: CAGR of Technical Ceramics AM Parts Revenue by Application 2019 – 2030
Exhibit 4-17: Traditional Ceramics AM Parts Revenues by Location ($USM)
Exhibit 4-18: Technical Ceramics AM Parts Revenues by Location ($USM)

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  • 3DCeram-Sinto
  • Admatec/Formatec
  • ExOne
  • Johnson Mattheys
  • Lithoz
  • Nanoe
  • Prodways
  • SGL Carbon
  • Schunck Carbon Technologies
  • XJet
  • voxeljet
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