SmarTech Announces August 31, 2017 Conference Call to Discuss Future Opportunities in Ceramics and Additive Manufacturing

Charlottesville, VA:  SmarTech Publishing has announced that the firm will host a conference call to present current research findings on the ceramics additive manufacturing market.  The firm’s most recent study projects this market will surpass $3 billion in revenues by 2027.  The call with SmarTech Senior Analyst, Davide Sher, who authored the report is open to the general industry.
Persons interested in participating in the dial in event can do so by registering at:
About the Event:
SmarTech’s Q&A Session on Additive Manufacturing and Ceramics examines the opportunities in 3D-printed polymers.  The firm is extremely bullish on the opportunities for the sector and in its report, addresses the market drivers, key application sectors and players shaping the market. 
The call will last approximately 30 minutes and address a range of topics related to market and technology trends, market sizing today and in the future, applications and future opportunities. Questions will be drawn from inquiries submitted by registered participants in advance of the event.
There is no cost to register or participate. 
Points Covered: 
Key Drivers for Ceramics 3D Printing (the Overall Market for Technical and Traditional Ceramics Manufacturing)
Key Obstacles to Widespread Adoption of Ceramics AM
Overview of the Leading Technologies for 3D Printing of Technical and Traditional Ceramics
Overview of Pneumatic Extrusion (micro and macro dispensing) for Ceramics
Future Ceramics AM Technologies (laser sintering, MJF, nanoparticle jetting)
Potential Vertical Segments of Application for Technical and Traditional Ceramics AM
Revenue Opportunity Breakdown (Hardware, Materials, Services, Applications) – 2017 Vs 2027
Leading Market Operators (Hardware Manufacturers, Material Suppliers, Adopters)
Event Details:
Thursday, August 31, 2017
10:00 AM EDT (GMT/UTC - 4:00)
30-minute duration
A transcript of the event will be made available at a later date:
About the Report:
This new report quantifies the projected value of ceramics additive manufactured parts taking into consideration both technical and traditional ceramic materials. It identifies the most commercially relevant technologies capable of processing these materials, while also providing a forecast of material-specific revenue opportunities, services and end-use parts/products.
The analysis includes ten-year forecasts for all these segments of ceramics AM which is – together with polymers, composites and metals - the fourth large, horizontal family of materials which can be processed through AM technologies, thus offering unprecedented capabilities in terms of manufacturing. Ceramics are still in the very beginning of their adoption cycle in AM and while their potential is very significant it will depend on specific policies implemented by large industrial adopters.
Taking into consideration all these factors, the report details the revenue opportunity in the best and worst-case scenario, breaking each revenue opportunity segment down by geographic locations (North America, Europe, Asia Pacific and Rest of the World). I
Key firms in the ceramic AM segment include: 3DCeram, Lithoz, Admatec, Prodways, Tethon3D, Steinbach, XJet, Desamanera, Additive Elements, WASP, Vorm Vrij, Emerging Objects, Materialise, Shapeways, Exonal, voxeljet, DDM Systems, HRL, DKG.
About SmarTech:
Since 2013 SmarTech Publishing has published reports on all the important revenue opportunities in the 3D printing/additive manufacturing sector and is considered the leading industry analyst firm providing coverage of this sector. Our company has a client roster that includes the largest 3D printer firms, materials firms and investors in the 3DP/AM sector.
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Press Contact:
Robert Nolan
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