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3D Printing Opportunities in the Jewelry Industry 2017:  An Opportunity Analysis and Ten-Year Forecast

3D Printing Opportunities in the Jewelry Industry 2017:  An Opportunity Analysis and Ten-Year Forecast

3D printing finds is finding its way into just about every aspect of jewelry manufacturing, due to the widespread adoption of CAD software among jewelry designers.  Annual revenues from 3D-printed hardware, materials, services and software used in the jewelry industry is expected to top $900 Million in 2026.  Even in traditional jewelry manufacturing with vulcanized silicon molds, the initial model is often 3D printed using high-temperature resistant photopolymer resins. Jewelry prototyping for size and shape verification is complemented by the use of directly 3D printed wax and resin patterns for direct casting and serial manufacturing. The next evolutionary step is direct metal 3D printing.

This new 150-page report identifies the opportunities in this sector and is based on SmarTech Publishing’s ongoing coverage of the jewelry and precious metals markets. This report provides detailed ten-year jewelry manufacturing forecasts for additive manufacturing in volume (Kg) and value ($US) terms.  Forecasts cover:

  • Hardware and technologies (both photopolymerization and metal powder bed fusion based)
  • Materials (both photopolymers and precious metal powders)
  • Jewelry-specific 3D printing service bureaus
  • Jewelry-specific CAD software
     

Other features of this report include:

  • Detailed profiles of the leading providers of technologies and materials for jewelry AM. These profiles include Stratasys (Solidscape), 3D Systems, EnvisionTEC, EOS, Concept Laser, Sisma, ReaLizer as well as precious metal powder providers such as Cooksongold, Legor, Progold and Hildebrand.
  • Analysis of future adoption patterns of 3D printing technology for current to medium and long-term jewelry applications.
  • Assessment of pricing schemes for all currently available jewelry 3D printing technologies, systems and materials.  Today those technologies are evolving with the introduction of low-cost systems (sub $5,000) and high productivity (continuous DLP) systems, opening up the door to a new phase of growth and more widespread adoption for serial production of more complex and customized products.
     

This study pinpoints the opportunities for stakeholders jewelry additive manufacturing – from manufacturers of AM systems with a specific competency for castable materials, to suppliers of gold, platinum, silver and other precious metal alloy metal powders optimized for AM systems, to adopters of AM focusing on the many applications for the jewelry sector.

Chapter One: Trailing Twelve Month Jewelry 3D Printing Market Activity and Trends 
1.1 Trends in Digital Jewelry and Global Penetration of Digital Processes 
1.1.1 3D Printing Already Established in the Jewelry Manufacturing Process Workflow 
1.1.2 3D Printed Precious Metals Rising 
1.1.3 Development of Custom Retail Platforms in 3D Printed Jewelry 
1.1.4 Primary Evolutionary Path in 3D Printing Technology Supporting Jewelry Manufacturing 
1.1.5 User Profile Evolution in Jewelry 3D Printing 
1.2 Hardware Evolution in Key 3D Printing Technologies Set to Disrupt Jewelry Market 
1.2.1 Low Cost Photopolymerization Technologies Provide Entry Point for Improving Digital Workflow in the Jewelry Design and Manufacturing 
1.2.2 High Speed Photopolymerization Technologies Could Tip the Competitive Advantage to Additive CAD/CAM 
1.3 Jewelry 3D Printing Software Trends 
1.3.1 Application-Specific Print Software Development for Jewelry 
1.4 Summary of Latest Outlook and Market Forecasts for Jewlery 3D Printing Opportunities 
1.5 Methodology of This Report 
1.6 Report Outline

Chapter Two: the Comprehensive Jewelry 3D Printing Hardware, Software and Materials Guide 
2.1 Primary Considerations for Hardware Development for Jewelry 3D Printing 
2.1.1 Advantages of Using Polymer and Wax 3D printing Vs Traditional Jewelry Manufacturing Processes 
2.1.2 The Lost Wax Casting Process with 3D Printing 
2.1.3 Materials for Direct Casting: Wax Vs UV Curable Resin 
2.2 3D Printing Technologies for Lost Wax Casting Applications 
2.2.1 Material Jetting Technologies for Lost Wax Casting 
2.2.2 Leading Systems by Product Class and New Releases 
2.2.3 Comparing SCP and MultiJet Printing Product Lines for Jewelry Applications 
2.2.4 Analysis of Available Jewelry Printing Materials (Jettable Castable Resins and Wax) 
2.2.5 Analysis of Material Jetting Hardware Metrics 
2.2.6 VAT Photopolymerization (Stereolithography) Technologies for Lost Wax Casting (SLA, DLP) 
2.2.7 DLP versus SLA Photopolymerization Hardware for Jewelry Applications 
2.2.8 Industrial Versus Low Cost SLA Photopolymerization Hardware for Jewelry Applications 
2.2.9 Professional Versus Low Cost DLP Photopolymerization Hardware for Jewelry Applications 
2.2.10 Leading Vat Photopolymerization Systems by Product Class and New Releases 
2.2.11 Analysis of Available Castable Jewelry Printing Materials (UV Sensitive Resins) for Vat Photopolymerization 
2.2.12 Analysis of Available Modeling and Jewelry Printing Materials (UV Sensitive Resins) for Vat Photopolymerization 
2.2.3 High Speed Photopolymerization and its Impact on Jewelry 3D Printing Applications 
2.2.4 Analysis of Vat Photopolymerization Hardware Metrics 
2.3 3D Printing Technologies for Direct Jewelry Fabrication 
2.3.1 Direct Jewelry Fabrication via Precious Metal Powders and Powder Bed Fusion 
2.3.2 Precious Metal Powder Bed Fusion Technologies for Direct Jewelry Fabrication 
2.3.3 Support Generation 
2.3.4 Powder Requirements 
2.3.5 Analysis of Metal Powder Bed Fusion Hardware Market Metrics 
2.3.6 Types of precious metals that can be 3D printed today 
2.3.7a Gold and Gold Alloys 
2.3.7b Silver 
2.3.7c Platinum (and Palladium) 
2.4 Current and Future Suppliers of Precious Metals for 3D Printing 
2.4.1 Emergence of Supply Chain Partnerships 
2.5 Vat Photopolymerization Technologies for Direct Jewelry 3D Printing 
2.6 Barriers to Adoption of Directly Fabricated Jewelry 
2.6.1 Optimization of Machines for Jewelry 
2.6.2 Cost Issues 
2.7 Opportunities to Add Value to Existing Jewelry Value Chain
 
Chapter Three: the Market for 3D Printed Jewelry – Applications and Service Providers 
3.1 The Jewelry Industry as a Market for 3D Printing 
3.1.1 Jewelry’s Current Place in the 3D Printing Sector 
3.1.2 Bigger Brands, More 3D Printing? 
3.1.3 “Fast Fashion,” Jewelry and 3D Printing 
3.1.4 The Future of 3D Printing in Jewelry 
3.2 Current Applications of 3D Printing in Jewelry Production 
3.2.1 Rings, Necklaces and Earrings 
3.2.2 Watches and Timepiece Components 
3.2.3 Fashion Accessories and Other Consumer Products 
3.2.4 Wearable Technology 
3.3 Current Polymer and Wax Jewelry 3D Printing Applications 
3.3.1 3D Printed Wax and Polymer Molds for Investment Castings Production of Rings, Bracelets, Bands, Pendants, Colliers, Pins, Watches and More 
3.3.2 3D Printed Jewelry Models for Vulcanized Rubber Molds 
3.4 Directly 3D Printed Metal Jewelry Applications and Challenges 
3.4.1 Elements of Success
3.4.2 Intricate Geometries
3.4.3 3D Printed Metal Fabric and Interconnected Parts 
3.4.4 3D Printing “Impossible” Precious Metal Alloys and Colors 
3.4.5 Metal Jewelry Prototyping 
3.4.6 The One Stop Jewelry Production Cycle 
3.4.7 Challenges of 3D Printing with Precious Metal and Possible Solutions 
3.5 3D Printing Services and Online Apps As a Driver for Mass Customization of Jewelry 
3.5.1 Application Agnostic 3D Printing Services Offering Jewelry Manufacturing 
3.5.2 Major Traditional Jewelry Manufacturers Adopting of 3D Printing 
3.5.3 Jewelry 3D Printing Designers and Innovators 
3.5.4 Jewelry 3D Printing Online Model Marketplaces and Mass Customization Apps 

Chapter Four: Analysis of the Jewelry 3D Printing Competitive Landscape 
4.1 Analysis of Photopolymer and Wax (Indirect) Jewelry 3D Printing Hardware Market 
4.1.1 Stratasys 
4.1.2 EnvisionTEC 
4.1.3 3D Systems 
4.1.4 DWS 
4.1.5 Prodways 
4.1.6 Asiga 
4.1.7 Formlabs 
4.1.8 Autodesk 
4.1.9 Other Players 
4.2 Analysis of Metal and Ceramics (Direct) Jewelry 3D Printing Hardware Market 
4.2.1 EOS 
4.2.2 Realizer 
4.2.3 Sisma
4.2.4 Concept Laser 
4.2.5 3D Ceram 
4.3 Analysis of the Jewelry CAD Software Market and Support for 3D Printing 
4.3.1 Progold (Realizer) 
4.3.2 Hilderbrand (Concept Laser) 
4.3.3 Legor 
4.3.4 Cooksongold (EOS) 
4.4 The Jewelry 3D Printing Software Market 
4.4.1 Rhino 
4.4.2 Autodesk
4.4.3 Pixologic (Zbrush)
4.4.4 Gemvision (CounterSketch) 
4.4.4 Gravotech Group (3Design) 
4.4.5 Materialise (Magics) 

Chapter Five: Ten Year Jewelry 3D Printing Market Forecasts - Hardware, Materials, Software, and Services 
5.1 Discussion of Methodology 
5.2 Ten-Year Forecasts of Key Jewelry3D Printing Market Opportunities and Metrics 
5.3 Ten Year Forecasts of Professional Jewelry 3D Printing Hardware Shipments and Installations 
5.4 Ten Year Forecasts of Jewelry Low Cost 3D Printing Hardware Shipments and Installations 
5.5 Ten-Year Forecasts of 3D Printing Materials For Jewelry Applications 
5.5.1 Forecasts of Metal Powder Materials Opportunities in Jewelry 
5.6 Ten Year Forecasts of Dental 3D Printing Services and Software 
5.6.1 Jewelry 3D Printing Software Opportunities 

About SmarTech Markets Publishing 
About the Analyst 
Acronyms and Abbreviations Used In this Report 

List of Exhibits
Exhibit 1-1: Precious Metal AM (PMAM) Application Matrix 
Exhibit 1-2: Direct Precious Metal 3D Printing Market Opportunity Summary 
Exhibit 1-3: Future Evolution of 3D Print Technologies in Jewelry 
Exhibit 1-4: Evolution of Value of 3D Printing Technology in Jewelry Markets 
Exhibit 1-5: High Speed Photopolymerization Printer Developments 
Exhibit 1-6: Application Specific Software Workflow for 3D Printing 
Exhibit 2-1: Limits of Traditional Manufacturing Processes Vs Benefits of 3D Printing Processes in Jewelry Manufacturing 
Exhibit 2-2: Steps for 3D Printing Resin and Wax Patterns for Direct Casting 
Exhibit 2-3: Traditional Jewelry Investment Casting Process Chain 
Exhibit 2-4: 3D Printing Investment Casting Process Chain 
Exhibit 2-5: relevant system releases in the last 12 months related to material jetting for jewelry applications. 
Exhibit 2-6: relevant system releases in the last 12 months related to material jetting for jewelry applications. 
Exhibit 2-7: Currently Available Material Jetting Jewelry Materials 
Exhibit 2-8: Average Selling Price of Material Jetting Jewelry Printers, by Classification, 2017 
Exhibit 2-9: Jewelry Material Jetting Printer 2015 Market Share, by Unit Sales, All System Classifications 
Exhibit 2-10: DLP Based Vat Photopolymerization Processes Market Overview 
Exhibit 2-11: Leading Vat Photopolymerization (SLA, DLP) 3D Printers for Jewelry Applications 
Exhibit 2-12: Leading Vat Photopolymerization (SLA, DLP) 3D Printers for Jewelry Applications 
Exhibit 2-13: Castable Photopolymer Resin Material Products for Jewelry 
Exhibit 2-14: Modeling Photopolymer Resin Material Products for Jewelry 
Exhibit 2-15: High Speed Photopolymerization Printer Developments 
Exhibit 2-16: Average Selling Price of All Vat Photopolymerization Jewelry 3D Printers, by Classification, 2015 
Exhibit 2-17: Production and Professional Jewelry Vat Photopolymerization 3D Printers 2016 Market Share, by Unit Sales, All System Classifications 
Exhibit 2-18: Low Cost Jewelry Photopolymerization 3D Printers 2016 Market Share, by Unit Sales, All System Classifications 
Exhibit 2-19: Pros and Cons of Directly Manufacturing Jewelry by Powder Bed Fusion Technology 
Exhibit 2-20: Future Evolution of 3D Print Technologies in Jewelry 
Exhibit 2-21: Leading Systems for Precious Metal Additive Manufacturing Currently on the Market 
Exhibit 2-22: Metal Powder Bed Fusion Dental Market Share, Unit Sales, 2015 
Exhibit 2-23: Leading Commercially Available Precious Metal Powders for Direct Jewelry AM 
Exhibit 2-24: Photopolymerization Materials for AM Production of End Use Jewelry 
Exhibit 5-1: Total Projected Jewelry 3D Printing Market Revenues (in $M), by Category, 2015-2026 
Exhibit 5-2: Overall YoY Growth Rate for Jewelry 3D Printing Market Revenues 2016-2026 
Exhibit 5-3: YoY Growth Rate for Jewelry 3D Printing Market Revenues by segment 2016-2026 
Exhibit 5-4: Total Projected Jewelry 3D Printers Sold Annually, by Print Technology, 2016-2026 
Exhibit 5-5: Total Projected Jewelry 3D Printer Hardware Revenue, by Print Technology, 2015-2025 
Exhibit 5-6: Total Projected Average Professional Jewelry 3D Printer Selling Price, 2015-2026 
Exhibit 5-7: Total Projected Low Cost 3D Printer Unit Demand, 2015-2026 
Exhibit 5-8: Total Projected Low Cost 3D Printer Unit Sales in $M, 2015-2026 
Exhibit 5-9: Total Projected Low Cost 3D Printer for Jewelry Sales Vs Professional Jewelry 3D Printer Sales in $M, 2015-2026 
Exhibit 5-10: Total Projected Jewelry 3D Printing Material Revenue, by Material Category, 2015-2026 
Exhibit 5-11: Forecasted YoY Growth Rates for Jewelry 3D Printing Sales 2015-2026 
Exhibit 5-12: Total Projected Jewelry 3D Printing Material Shipments, by Material Category, 2015-2026 
Exhibit 5-13: Photopolymer Material Revenue by Subgroup, 2015-2025 
Exhibit 5-14: Metal Powder Material Demand by Subgroup (Kg), 2015-2026   
Exhibit 5-15a: Metal Powder Material Sales by Subgroup ($USM), 2015-2026 
Exhibit 5-15b: Metal Powder Material Sales by Subgroup ($USM), 2015-2026 
Exhibit 5-16: Precious Metal Powder Material Sales by Subgroup ($USM), 2015-2026 
Exhibit 5-17: Total Market Opportunity Jewlery3D Printing Services, 2015- 2026 
Exhibit 5-18: Total Jewelry 3D Printer Software Revenues, 2015-2026

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Additive Manufacturing with Metal Powders 2017:  An Opportunity Analysis and Ten-Year Forecast

Additive Manufacturing with Metal Powders 2017:  An Opportunity Analysis and Ten-Year Forecast

SmarTech Publishing’s 2017 report on metal powders for additive manufacturing will cover more metals than ever reflecting the growing palette of metal printing.  We will also analyze the latest printers and technology developments that have emerges since our 2016 report on this topic.  And we also take a look at who have been the winners and losers in the past year.

As usual we include ten-year forecasts of the additive manufactured metals market with projections by type of machine and software, metal consumed and service revenue bureau.  Forecasts are also included by application/end-user industry.

Watch this space for more details.  No other source provides such a wealth of analysis and market data on metal additive manufacturing.

Provisional Table of Contents

Chapter One: Metal Additive Manufacturing Market in 2017 - A Pivotal Year
1.1 Trailing Twelve Month Review of Metal AM Market Activity
1.1.1 Major Market Structure Changes - Acquisitions Affecting Supply Chain for Metal Powders
1.1.2 Major Market Structure Changes - Significant New Entrants to Powder Bed Fusion
1.1.3 Significant Process Development for Alternatives to Powder Bed Fusion - Anticipating Commercial Impacts
1.1.4 Regional Growth Perspectives in Metal AM
1.2 Key Trends in Metal AM Technology Shaping the Future of Additive Manufacturing
1.2.1 Advancements in Metal Additive Manufacturing Software Solutions
1.2.2 Powder Bed Fusion Process Architecture Shifts Towards Automation, Serial Manufacturing
1.2.3 Advancements in In-Situ Process Monitoring and Quality Assurance Technologies
1.2.4 Key Growth Factors and Development Goals by Metal AM Print Technology
1.3 Shifting Desires in Metal Powders and Alloys in Metal Additive Manufacturing
1.4 Characterizing Metal Additive Manufacturing Markets and Users in 2017 and Beyond
1.5 Summary of Latest Market Forecasts and Data

Chapter Two: Metal Additive Manufacturing Technologies and End Users
2.1 Metal Powder Bed Fusion Technology
2.1.1 Laser Based Powder Bed Fusion
2.1.2 Electron Beam Powder Bed Fusion
2.1.3 Key Developments in Powder Bed Fusion Technology
2.2 Powder Based Directed Energy Deposition Technology
2.3 Metal Binder Jetting Technologies
2.4 Emerging Metal AM Processes
2.5 Analysis of Hardware Market Players: Incumbents
2.5.1 3D Systems
2.5.2 EOS
2.5.3 Concept Laser
2.5.4 Arcam
2.5.5 SLM Solutions
2.5.6 Renishaw
2.5.7 Optomec
2.5.8 ExOne
2.6 Analysis of Hardware Market Players: Challengers
2.6.1 Trumpf
2.6.2 OR LASER
2.6.3 Sentrol
2.6.4 Farsoon
2.6.5 Sisma
2.6.6 Fives
2.6.7 Additive Industries
2.7 Key Points from this Chapter

Chapter Three: The Metal Powder Supply Chain - Production, Supply, Influencers
3.1 Characterization of Metal Powders for Additive Manufacturing
3.2 Overview of Metal Powder Supply Chain
3.3 Metal Powder Production Methods for Additive Manufacturing
3.3.1 Major Trends in Metal Powder Production
3.3.2 Gas Based Atomization
3.3.3 Plasma Based Atomization
3.3.4 Alternative Atomization and Production Methods
3.3.5 Cost Analysis and Expectations for Metal Powders in Additive Manufacturing
3.4 Analysis of Powder Supply Chain Players
3.4.1 AP&C
3.4.2 Carpenter
3.4.3 Sandvik
3.4.4 H.C. Starck
3.4.5 GKN Hoaganaes
3.4.5 Osaka Titanium
3.4.6 Praxair Surface Technologies
3.4.7 ATI
3.4.8 Pyrogenesis
3.4.9 US Metal Powders
3.4.10 Suppliers of Precious Metal Powders
3.4.11 System OEMs Influencing Supply Chains through Reselling

Chapter Four: Metal Alloy Categories in Additive Manufacturing - Opportunities and Applications
4.1 Steels in Additive Manufacturing
4.1.1 Top Growth Applications and Associated Markets for Steels in Additive Manufacturing
4.1.2 Primary Production Methods, Processing Technologies, and Suppliers for Steel Powders
4.2 Cobalt Chrome
4.2.1 Top Growth Applications and Associated Markets for Cobalt Chrome in Additive Manufacturing
4.2.2 Primary Production Methods, Processing Technologies, and Suppliers for Cobalt Chrome Powders
4.3 Titanium Alloys
4.3.1 Top Growth Applications and Associated Markets for Titanium Alloys in Additive Manufacturing
4.3.2 Primary Production Methods, Processing Technologies, and Suppliers for Titanium Alloys Powders
4.4 Nickel Alloys
4.4.1 Top Growth Applications and Associated Markets for Nickel Alloys in Additive Manufacturing
4.4.2 Primary Production Methods, Processing Technologies, and Suppliers for Nickel Alloys Powders
4.5 Aluminum Alloys
4.5.1 Top Growth Applications and Associated Markets for Aluminum Alloys in Additive Manufacturing
4.5.2 Primary Production Methods, Processing Technologies, and Suppliers for Aluminum Alloys Powders
4.6 Refractory Metals and Other Alloys - Tantalum, Tungsten, Molybdenum, and More
4.6.1 Top Growth Applications and Associated Markets for Refractory Metals in Additive Manufacturing
4.6.2 Applications and Associated Markets for Copper Alloys in Additive Manufacturing
4.7 Precious Metals

Chapter Five: Ten Year Forecasts for Metal Powders and Additive Manufacturing Technologies
5.1 Methodology and Forecast Considerations
5.2 Presentation of Key Market Metrics
5.3 Metal AM Hardware Forecast Data
5.4 Metal Powders for AM Forecasts by Industry Segment
5.4.1 Aerospace
5.4.2 Automotive
5.4.3 Medical
5.4.4 Dental
5.4.5 Service Bureaus for Metal AM Services
5.4.6 Jewelry
5.4.7 Oil and Gas
5.4.8 Other Industries
5.5 Summary of Metal AM Forecast Revenues

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Opportunities in Polymer and Plastic 3D Printing - 2017: An Opportunity Analysis And Ten-Year Forecast

Opportunities in Polymer and Plastic 3D Printing - 2017: An Opportunity Analysis And Ten-Year Forecast

Over the last two years, the polymer 3D printing industry has been in a state of tumultuousness marked by dozens of new competitors entering the market, partnerships for development of materials, and development of new print technologies. All of these and more have combined to create a whirlwind market that, in spite of so much activity and investment, has struggled to maintain its growth pace from 2012 through 2014 as customers have backed off purchasing in the traditional segments while adopting a 'wait and see' strategy. The demand for additive manufacturing in general has perhaps never been higher, but challenges associated with such rapid evolution in polymer and plastic 3D printing have suppressed growth in the face of historic interest in 3D printing at a professional level.

As the global chemical and polymer suppliers of the manufacturing world move into position to exert more influence over the increasingly integrated 3D printing industry, market change appears imminent. Meanwhile, the commercialization of disruptive new print technologies such as those from Carbon, HP, Rize, and more all ensure 2017 will be a pivotal year.

Opportunities in Polymer and Plastic 3D Printing - 2017 is the third generation of the world’s most comprehensive analysis of polymer 3D printing technology. In this new edition, market analysis is segmented by print technology market -as each major polymer print process settles into its own roles and established applications, our analysis has deepened to the specifics of each driving print technology and associated materials.

Utilizing purpose-built proprietary 3D printing market models, SmarTech Publishing is able to present detailed market forecast data on thermoplastic filaments, powders, photopolymers, composites, and more utilized in popular print technologies of material extrusion (FDM, FFF), polymer powder bed fusion (SLS, Multi Jet Fusion), photopolymerization (SLA, DLP, CLIP), binder jetting, and more.

All available materials for primary polymer print technologies are analyzed and forecasted, including market revenues as well as material shipments, by industry and geography, over the next decade. Therefore, SmarTech Publishing believes that Opportunities in Polymer and Plastic 3D Printing - 2017 will provide exceptional value to business development professionals and internal market strategy teams for the global chemical and polymer industries, as well as polymer 3D printer manufacturers, print service providers, and developers of polymer 3D printing manufacturing solutions.

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Chapter One: Review of Current Market Trends and Dynamics in Polymer 3D Printing 
1.1 Segmenting the Polymer 3D Printing Market: Specialized Processes versus Manufacturing Processes 
1.1.1 Material Extrusion – A Flexible and Cost Effective Process for Low- to Medium- Volume Manufacturing 
1.1.2 Polymer Powder Bed Fusion – A Highly Scalable Process for Volume Manufacturing and High-Performance Parts 
1.1.3 Photopolymerization – A Multifunctional Process for Mass Customization 
1.1.4 Material Jetting – A Specialized Process for High-Value Multifunctional Output 
1.1.5 Binder Jetting – A Specialized Process for High Volume, Large Models 
1.2 Polymer 3D Printing Market in Period of Transition Through 2017 
1.2.1 Ongoing Influence of Low-Cost 3D Printers in the Polymer Printing Segment 
1.3 Analysis of Growth Drivers and Emerging Dynamics in Polymer Additive Manufacturing and 3D Printing 
1.3.1 Markets Demand Greater Strides in Open Architecture for Professional and Industrial Polymer 3D Printers 
1.3.2 Global Polymer and Chemical Providers Will Take Center Stage in Polymer 3D Printing by 2019 
1.3.3 Current Go-to-Market Strategies for Polymer Print Material Developers 
1.3.3.1 Development of Branded Third-Party Product Lines for Direct Sales to End Users 
1.3.3.2 Sale of Feedstock or Private Label Materials to 3D OEMs or Third-Party Material Compounders and Developers 
1.3.4 Market Growth Scenarios, 2017 through 2019 
1.4 Major Adopters of Polymer 3D Printing Technology by Industry – Trends and Future Growth Drivers 
1.4.1 Polymer 3D Printing in the Automotive Industry – Leading in Potential for Volume Manufacturing and Prototyping 
1.4.2 Medical 3D Printing a Short-Term Driver for Current Polymer Printing 
1.4.3 3D Printing Increasingly Disruptive in Dentistry as a Digital Production Tool 
1.4.4 Aerospace Industry Rallying Around Polymer 3D Printing for Strategic Manufacturing Solution in Aircraft Interiors 
1.4.5 Balancing Expectations for Polymer 3D Printing in the Jewelry Industry Versus Direct Metal AM Production 
1.5 2016 Market in Review – Setting the Stage for a Global Manufacturing Revolution? 
1.5.1 Major Hardware Market Competitive Shakeup – Hewlett Packard, Carbon, Farsoon, and Prodways 
1.5.2 Global Polymer and Chemical Companies Make Significant Commitments to 3D Printing in 2016/2017 
1.5.3 Cincinnati Inc., Stratasys, Others Look to Revolutionize the Value Propositions of Existing Processes Through New Vision 
1.6 Summary of Ten-Year Forecasts for Polymer 3D Printing Materials 

Chapter Two: Opportunities for Polymer 3D Printing Hardware and Materials in Material Extrusion Technology 
2.1 Global Material Extrusion Market Metrics and Landscape 
2.2 Characterizing the Material Extrusion Process 
2.3 Influential Applications and Major Markets for Material Extrusion 3D Printing 
2.4 Opportunities in Print Materials and Polymers in Material Extrusion 
2.4.1 Established Thermoplastics for Material Extrusion 
2.4.1.1 Nylon/Polyamide 
2.4.1.2 ABS 
2.4.1.3 Other Amorphous Thermoplastics – Polycarbonate, ASA, and TPU 
2.4.2 Emerging Thermoplastic Material Opportunities in Material Extrusion 
2.4.2.1 Opportunities in Amorphous Thermoplastics – PVC and PEI 
2.4.2.2 Opportunities in Semicrystalline Thermoplastics – PAEK Polymers, Polyethylene, and Polypropylene 
2.4.2.3 Thermoplastic Composites Utilizing Material Extrusion 
2.5 Major Players and Influencers in the Material Extrusion Segment – Materials and Hardware 
2.5.1 Stratasys 
2.5.2 TierTime 
2.5.3 Arburg 
2.5.3 Bolson Materials/Argyle Materials 
2.5.4 taulman3D 
2.5.5 SABIC 
2.5.6 Cincinnati Incorporated 

Chapter Three: Opportunities for Polymer 3D Printing Hardware and Materials in Powder Bed Fusion Technology 
3.1 Global Powder Bed Fusion Market Metrics and Landscape 
3.2 Characterizing Polymer Powder Bed Fusion Technology 
3.3 Influential Applications and Major Markets for Powder Bed Fusion 3D Printing 
3.4 Opportunities in Print Materials and Polymers in Powder Bed Fusion 
3.4.1 Established Powder Bed Fusion Thermoplastics and Polymers 
3.4.1.1 Neat Polyamides and Composite Polyamide Materials (Nylons) 
3.4.1.2 PEEK and PEKK 
3.4.1.3 Polystyrene 
3.4.2 Emerging Opportunities in Thermoplastics and Polymers for Powder Bed Fusion 
3.4.2.1 TPU and Elastomeric Polymers 
3.4.2.2 Semicrystalline Polymers – Polypropylene and Polyethylene, and High-Performance Semicrystalline Thermoplastics 
3.4.2.3 Ceramics and Sand Processing Using Polymer Powder Bed Fusion Systems 
3.5 Major Players and Influencers in the Powder Bed Fusion Segment – Materials and Hardware 
3.5.1 3D Systems 
3.5.2 EOS 
3.5.3 Evonik 
3.5.4 Arkema 
3.5.5 Prodways and Farsoon (including ExcelTec) 
3.5.6 Solvay 
3.5.7 Oxford Performance Materials 
3.5.8 CRP Technologies 
3.5.9 BASF 
3.5.10 Lehmann & Voss 
3.5.11 Xaar/voxeljet 

Chapter Four: Opportunities for Polymer 3D Printing Hardware and Materials in Photopolymerization and Material Jetting Technologies 
4.1 Global Photopolymer 3D Printing Market Metrics and Landscape 
4.1.1 Photopolymerization 
4.1.2 Material Jetting 
4.2 Photopolymerization Methods versus Material Jetting 
4.3 Influential Applications and Major Markets for Photopolymer-Based 3D Printing 
4.4 Opportunities in Print Materials and Polymers for Photopolymer Printing 
4.4.1 Current Photopolymer Materials for Printing in Photopolymerization and Material Jetting Technologies 
4.4.2 Development of Specialized Photopolymerization and Jetting Print Technologies for Printing in Established Polymer Materials 
4.4.3 Development of Resins for Manufacturing Applications in End-Use Parts 
4.5 Major Players and Influencers in the Photopolymer 3D Printing Segment – Materials and Hardware 
4.5.1 3D Systems 
4.5.2 EnvisionTEC 
4.5.3 DSM Somos (Royal DSM) 
4.5.4 Sartomer (Arkema) 
4.5.5 DeltaMed and Prodways 
4.5.6 Henkel 
4.5.7 Carbon 

Chapter Five: Opportunities for Polymer 3D Printing Hardware and Materials in Other and Emerging Print Technologies 
5.1 Binder Jetting with Polymers – Is Polymer Binder Jetting Viable for the Future? 
5.1.1 Process Characteristics and Marketplace for Polymer Binder Jetting Technology 
5.1.2 Available and Future Materials for Polymer Binder Jetting 
5.1.3 Notable Players for Polymer Binder Jetting and Future Outlook 
5.1.3.1 Future Outlook for Binder Jetting 
5.2 Lamination Based Processes – New Life in 2017 through Composite Processing 
5.2.1 EnvisionTEC SLCOM1 Thermoplastic Composite 3D Printer 
5.2.2 Future of Lamination-Based 3D Printing Processes 
5.3 Specialized and Emerging Polymer 3D Printing Processes – Bringing Further Potential Disruption 
5.3.1 Creating Enhanced 3D Printing Processes Through Hybridization 

Chapter Six: Ten-Year Market Forecasts for Polymer and Plastic 3D Printing 
6.1 Methodologies and Assumptions 
6.2 Presentation of Key Market Metrics 
6.3 Material Extrusion Market Data 
6.4 Polymer Powder Bed Fusion Market Data 
6.5 Photopolymer 3D Printing Technology Market Data 
6.6 Binder Jetting Market Data 
6.7 Industry Market Data 

About SmarTech Publishing 
About the Analyst 
Acronyms and Abbreviations Used In this Report 

List of Exhibits
Exhibit 1-1: Polymer 3D Print Process and Material Market Segmentation
Exhibit 1-2: Summary of Polymer 3D Printing Market Segments in Hardware and Materials 
Exhibit 1-3: Total Historic and Estimated Polymer 3D Printer Unit Sales, by Product Class, 2014-2017 
Exhibit 1-4: Year over Year Growth Comparison, Combined Hardware Shipments versus Combined Print Material Shipments, 2015-2026 
Exhibit 1-5: Illustration of Go-to-Market Strategies for New Polymer 3D Print Materials 
Exhibit 1-6: Visualizing Growth Scenarios in Polymer 3D Printing Technology 
Exhibit 1-7: Total Projected Polymer 3D Printed Parts in Automotive, by Application Category, 2014-2026 
Exhibit 1-8: Current Material Development Entities and Activities for Dental 3D Printing 
Exhibit 1-9: Projected Polymer Commercial & General Aerospace Parts Printed, by Category, 2014-2024 
Exhibit 1-10: Projected Market Share Analysis, Professional and Industrial Polymer 3D Printer Unit Sales, by Group, 2014-2026 
Exhibit 1-11: Total Projected Extruded Thermoplastic Composite Material Opportunities, by Reinforcement and Support Type, 2014-2026 
Exhibit 1-12: Total Projected Polymer 3D Printing Material Opportunities, Professional and Industrial Systems, 2014-2026 
Exhibit 2-1: Historic and Projected Material Extrusion Install Base, Professional and Industrial Systems, 2014-2016(e) 
Exhibit 2-2: Historic and Projected Material Extrusion Market Share Estimation, 2014-2016(e) 
Exhibit 2-3: Evolutionary Development of Material Extrusion Architecture and Hardware 
Exhibit 2-4: Summary of Applications Influencing Market Growth in Material Extrusion 3D Printing 
Exhibit 2-5: Summary of Top Vertical Markets for Material Extrusion Technology 
 Exhibit 2-6: Most Common ABS Filament Additives Classes Used and Their Strategic Implications 
Exhibit 2-7: Common Fillers and Their Strategic Importance 
Exhibit 3-1: Historic and Projected Polymer Powder Bed Fusion Install Base, Professional and Industrial Systems, 2014-2016(e) 
Exhibit 3-2: Historic and Projected Polymer Powder Bed Fusion Market Share Estimation, 2014-2016(e) 
Exhibit 3-3: Summary of Applications Influencing Market Growth in Powder Bed Fusion 3D Printing 
Exhibit 3-4: Summary of Top Vertical Markets for Powder Bed Fusion Technology 
Exhibit 3-5: Opportunities for Laser Sintered Nylon Components in Aerospace 
Exhibit 3-6: High Potential Growth Applications for PAEK Family Powders Utilizing Polymer Powder Bed Fusion 
Exhibit 4-1: Historic and Projected Photopolymerization Install Base, Professional and Industrial Systems, 2014-2016(e) 
Exhibit 4-2: Historic and Projected Photopolymerization Market Share Estimation, 2014-2016 
Exhibit 4-3: Historic and Projected Material Jetting Install Base, Professional and Industrial Systems, 2014-2016(e) 
Exhibit 4-4: Historic and Projected Material Jetting Market Share Estimation, 2014-2016 
Exhibit 4-5: Summary of Applications Influencing Market Growth in Photopolymer 3D Printing Technologies 
Exhibit 4-6: Summary of Top Vertical Markets for Photopolymer 3D Printing Technologies 
 Exhibit 5-1: SLCOM1 Preliminary Technical Specifications 
 Exhibit 5-2: SLCOM1 Supported Polymer Matrix Materials 
Exhibit 6-1: Total Professional Polymer 3D Printer Shipments & Install Base, 2014-2026 
Exhibit 6-2: Total Professional Polymer Material Market Size by Print Material Category, 2014-2026 
Exhibit 6-3: Total Professional Polymer Material Demand by Print Material Category, 2014-2026 
Exhibit 6-4: Ten-Year Compound Growth Rate Analysis of Polymer Print Material Product Categories, 2014-2026 
Exhibit 6-5: Total Geographic Revenue Opportunities in Polymer Print Materials, 2014-2026 
Exhibit 6-6: Total Revenue for Thermoplastic Filaments, Professional Systems, 2014-2026 
Exhibit 6-7: Total Demand for Thermoplastic Filaments, Professional Systems, 2014-2026 
Exhibit 6-8: Total Projected Installations of Professional and Industrial Material Extrusion Printers, by Industry, 2014-2026 
Exhibit 6-9: Regional Market Revenues for Thermoplastic Filaments,  2014-2026 
Exhibit 6-10: Total Revenue for Thermoplastic Powder, Professional Systems, 2014-2026 
Exhibit 6-11: Total Demand for Thermoplastic Powder, Professional Systems, 2014-2026 
Exhibit 6-12: Total Projected Installations of Professional and Industrial Powder Bed Fusion Printers, by Industry, 2014-2026 
Exhibit 6-13: Regional Market Revenues for Thermoplastic Powders,  2014-2026 
Exhibit 6-14: Total Revenue for Photopolymers, by Print Technology, 2014-2026 
Exhibit 6-15: Total Demand for Photopolymers, by Print Technology, 2014-2026 
Exhibit 6-16a: Total Projected Installations of Professional and Industrial Photopolymerization Printers, by Technology, 2014-2026 
Exhibit 6-16b: Total Projected Installations of Professional and Industrial Material Jetting Printers, by Technology, 2014-2026 
Exhibit 6-17: Regional Market Revenues for Photopolymers, All Technologies, 2014-2026 
Exhibit 6-18: Total Revenue and Unit Shipments for Binder Jetting Composites, Professional Systems, 2014-2026 
Exhibit 6-19: Total Projected Installations of Professional and Industrial Non-Metal Binder Jetting Printers, by Industry, 2014-2026  
Exhibit 6-20: Regional Market Revenues for Binder Jetting Composites, 2014-2026 
Exhibit 6-21: Total Thermoplastic Filament Revenues, by Industry,  2014-2026 
Exhibit 6-22: Total Thermoplastic Powder Revenues, by Industry,  2014-2026 
Exhibit 6-23: Total Photopolymer Revenues, by Industry, 2014-2026 
Exhibit 6-24: Total Binder Jetting Composite Revenues, by Industry,  2014-2026 

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Additive Manufacturing: Review of Opportunities in Key Industries 2017

Additive Manufacturing: Review of Opportunities in Key Industries 2017

The legacy of 3D printing and additive manufacturing continued to be established throughout 2016, which will no doubt go down in history as one of the most pivotal years ever for 3D technologies. The massive influx of competitive forces into the hardware, software, and materials for 3D printing markets has set the stage for the future of the industry -one that will likely be won by those able to capitalize on the demand for true manufacturing solutions for serial production, mass customization, and unique healthcare solutions.

For those stakeholders with a broad, global market interest in 3D printing technology and applications, this report provides both major driving adoption trends and findings in each industry segment of 3D printing, as well as a wealth of in-depth market forecast data as modeled by SmarTech Publishing's industry leading methodologies and market models for 3D printing technology. Market data included in this report features 10 year forecasts of revenues for various 3D printing technologies, materials, printing services, software, as well as printer shipments by each print technology category across six major adopting industries.

Printer manufacturers, providers of print solutions and services, and potential print technology and component developers will find this unprecedented access to a wide variety of SmarTech market data and review of key annual findings critical to planning future initiatives in the 3D printing industry for 2017 and beyond.

 

PAGE COUNT FOR THIS REPORT: 148

Chapter One: Analyzing the Complete 3D Printing Industry and Associated Opportunities 
1.1 About this Report 
1.1.1 Considerations for Cross-Industry Hardware Data Analysis 
1.1.2 Considerations for Cross-Industry 3D Printing Service Revenue Data Analysis 
1.1.3 Market Segments Utilizing 3D Printing Not Included in This Study 
1.2 Creating a Total Market Opportunity Picture 
1.3 New Innovations in AM Market Analysis Featured in This Year’s Summary Data 
1.4 Global 3D Printing Technology Report Cards 
1.4 Review of 2016 3D Printing Market Megatrends and Predictions 
1.4.1 Review of Previous Market Predictions for 2016 
1.4.1.1 Effects of Increased Hardware Competition in 2016 
1.4.1.2 Effects of Excess Hardware Capacity in 2016 

Chapter Two: Review of 3D Printing in Aerospace 2016 
2.1 Trailing Twelve-Month Activity Review for Additive Manufacturing in Aerospace 
2.2 Significant Market Metrics and Landscape for Commercial and General Aviation and AM/3DP 
2.2.1 Commercial Aviation Industry Trends Influencing 3DP Adoption and Opportunities 
2.2.1.1 Building Value in AM Today through Small Innovations Key to Growing AM in Step-Change Aerospace Industry 
2.2.1.2 Record Commercial Growth Expected in Various Commercial and Civil Aircraft 
2.3 Current State of AM in Commercial Aerospace 
2.3.1 Development of Ancillary Processes and Technologies for Production Environments Point to Capability Focus for AM 
2.3.2 Interrelationship Between Space and Defense Markets and Commercial Markets Creating Mutual Benefit for 3D Printing Adoption 
2.3.3 Moving Beyond Airplanes 
2.4 Opportunities for Aerospace 3D Printing in Non-Commercial Markets 
2.4.1 Market Factors in Space and Defense Influencing 3D Print Adoption 
2.5 Extracting Value from Additive Manufacturing in Non-Commercial Applications 
2.5.1 Additive Manufacturing Value in Space Vehicles 
2.5.2 Additive Manufacturing Value in Large Satellites 
2.5.3 Additive Manufacturing Value in Small Satellites 
2.5.4 Additive Manufacturing Benefits in Space Applications 
2.5.5 Additive Manufacturing Value in Military Aircraft 
2.5.6 Additive Manufacturing Value in Missile Systems and UAVs 
2.6 Review of Market Forecast Data for 3D Printing in Aerospace 

Chapter Three: Review of 3D Printing in Automotive 2016 
3.1 Updates to SmarTech Publishing's Automotive 3D Printing Adoption Model 
3.2 Changing Auto Industry Dynamics and Their Role in Future 3D Printing Adoption 
3.2.1 Mass Reduction Capabilities Will Lead 3D Printing as a Next-Generation Manufacturing Tool for the Automobile Industry 
3.3 Trailing Twelve-Month Automotive 3D Printing Activity Summary 
3.3.1 Automotive Stakeholders Continue to Find Innovative Value-Driven Applications for 3DP in the Long-Term Quest for Additive Production Automotive Parts 
3.3.2 AM Technology Developers Pursue Vertical Integration Strategies, Application-Specific 3D Printing Solutions Targeted at the Auto Industry 
3.4 Understanding the Importance and Dynamics of 3D Printed Prototypes in Automotive Design and Manufacturing 
3.4.2 Enhancing Design Efficiency 
3.4.3 Hierarchy of Automotive Prototypes and 3D Printing 
3.5 Review of Market Forecast Data for 3D Printing in Automotive 

Chapter Four: Review of 3D Printing in Medical Markets 2016 
4.1 Introduction to Medical 3D Printing Markets 
4.1.1 Review of Medical 3D Printing Market Activity in 2016 
4.1.1.1 Activity in Medical Professional Assistance (MPA) Medical 3D Printing 
4.1.1.2 Activity in Direct Patient Use (DPU) Medical 3D Printing 
4.2 Understanding Key Users of Printed Medical Parts 
4.3 The Power of 3D Print-enabled Technologies in Medical Applications 
4.3.1 The Role of Medical Imaging In 3D-Printed Medical Applications 
4.3.2 The Importance and Opportunity for Software in 3D- Printed Medical Applications 
4.4 Key Medical 3D Printing Application Areas 
4.4.1 Medical Modeling 
4.4.2 Orthopedic and Other Implants 
4.4.3 Prosthetics and Related Components 
4.4.4 Surgical Tools and Guides 
4.5 Review of Market Forecast Data for 3D Printing in Medical Markets 

Chapter Five: Review of 3D Printing in Dental Markets 2016 
5.1 Identifying Value Centers and Stakeholders of 3D Printing in Dentistry 
5.2 Trends in Traditional Dentistry Affecting the Future of 3D-Printed Dentistry 
5.2.1 Tipping Point for Subtractive and Additive CAD/CAM Dental Solutions Fast Approaching 
5.3 Major Evolution in 3D Printing Hardware and Materials Development Expected to Drive Additive-Dominant Digital Dentistry Scenario 
5.3.1 High-speed Photopolymerization Technologies Could Tip the Competitive Advantage to Additive CAD/CAM 
5.3.2 Low-Cost Photopolymerization Technologies Provide Entry Point for Improving Digital Workflow in the Dental Office 
5.4 Review of Market Forecast Data for 3D Printing in Dentistry 

Chapter Six: Review of 3D Printing in Jewelry 2016 
6.1 Next Generation of 3D Printing in Jewelry: Direct Fabrication via Powder Bed Fusion 
6.2 Low-Cost Printers to Significantly Affect Jewelry 3D Printing Market 
6.3 Review of Market Forecast Data for 3D Printing in Jewelry 

Chapter Seven: Review of 3D Printing in Oil and Gas 2016 
7.1 Oil and Gas Industry Dynamics Set Potentially Big Stage for Additive Manufacturing 
7.1.1 Relevant Adopting Sectors of the Oil and Gas Industry 
7.1.2 Influence of Low Oil Prices on Adoption of 3D Printing Technology in Oil and Gas 
7.1.2 An Industry in Need of Manufacturing Innovation 
7.2 Current Industry Activity and Adoption of AM Technology Review – 2016 
7.3 Review of Market Forecast Data for AM/3DP in Oil and Gas
 
About SmarTech Publishing 
About the Analyst 
Acronyms and Abbreviations Used In this Report 


List of Exhibits
Exhibit 1-1: Summary of Key Market Opportunities for Polymer Powder Bed Fusion Hardware 
Exhibit 1-2: Summary of Key Market Opportunities for Metal Powder Bed Fusion Hardware 
Exhibit 1-3: Summary of Key Market Opportunities for Photopolymerization Hardware 
Exhibit 1-4: Summary of Key Market Opportunities for Material Extrusion Hardware 
Exhibit 1-5: Summary of Key Market Opportunities for Material Jetting Hardware 
Exhibit 1-6: Summary of Key Market Opportunities for Binder Jetting Hardware 
Exhibit 1-7: Summary of Key Market Opportunities for Directed Energy Deposition Hardware
Exhibit 1-8: Summary of Key Market Opportunities for Laminated Object Manufacturing Hardware 
Exhibit 2-1: Framework for Aerospace Manufacturing Innovation 
Exhibit 2-2: Penetration of 3DP in the Aerospace Manufacturing Innovation Framework 
Exhibit 2-3: Evolving Domains of 3D Printing Exploration in Aerospace 
Exhibit 2-4: Summary of Benefits Extracted from AM in Space Applications 
Exhibit 2-5: Total Projected Aerospace 3D Printing Revenues, by Category, 2014-2024 
Exhibit 2-6: Total Projected Aerospace 3D Printer Annual Unit Shipments, by Print Technology, 2014-2024 
Exhibit 2-7: Total Projected Aerospace 3D Printer Hardware Revenue, by Print Technology, 2014-2024 
Exhibit 2-8: Total Projected Aerospace 3D Printing Material Revenue, by Category, 2014-2024 
Exhibit 2-9: Total Projected Aerospace 3D Printing Software Revenue, 2015-2026 
Exhibit 3-1: Updated SmarTech Publishing Automotive 3D Printing Industry Adoption Model 
Exhibit 3-2: Exploring 3D Printing in Automobile Technology Development Areas for Increasing Fuel Economy 
Exhibit 3-3: Three Pillars of Additive Automobile Design Evolution 
Exhibit 3-4: Potential Polymer and Thermoplastic Composite Applications for 3D Printing in Automobiles to Reduce Weight 
Exhibit 3-5: Hierarchy of 3D-Printed Automotive Prototype Parts 
Exhibit 3-6: Total Projected Automotive 3D Printing Revenues, by Category, 2014-2026 
Exhibit 3-7: Total Projected Automotive 3D Printer Annual Unit Shipments, by Print Technology, 2014-2026 
Exhibit 3-8: Total Projected Automotive 3D Printer Hardware Revenue, by Print Technology, 2014-2026 
Exhibit 3-9: Total Projected Automotive 3D Printing Material Revenue, by Category, 2014-2026 
Exhibit 3-10: Total Projected Automotive 3D Printing Software Revenue, 2015-2026 
Exhibit 4-1: Current Adoption Level for Major Medical Components by Group 
Exhibit 4-2: Potential Adoption Level for Major Medical Components by Group 
Exhibit 4-3: Medical 3D Printing Stakeholder Profiles 
Exhibit 4-4: Beneficial Traits of 3D-Printed Orthopedic Implants 
Exhibit 4-5: Total Projected Medical 3D Printing Revenues, by Category, 2014-2024 
Exhibit 4-6: Total Projected Medical 3D Printer Annual Unit Shipments, by Print Technology, 2014-2024 
Exhibit 4-7: Total Projected Medical 3D Printer Hardware Revenue, by Print Technology, 2014-2024 
Exhibit 4-8: Total Projected Medical 3D Printing Material Revenue, by Category, 2014-2024 
Exhibit 4-9: Total Projected Medical 3D Printing Software Revenue,  2015-2026 
Exhibit 5-1: Summary of Value of 3D Printing Technology in Dental Markets 
Exhibit 5-2: Dental Printing Material Development Timeline and Future Market Scenario Visualization 
Exhibit 5-3: High Speed Photopolymerization Printer Developments 
Exhibit 5-4: Total Projected Dental 3D Printing Revenues, by Category,
2014-2025 
Exhibit 5-5: Total Projected Dental 3D Printer Annual Unit Shipments, by Print Technology, 2014-2025 
Exhibit 5-6: Total Projected Dental 3D Printer Hardware Revenue, by Print Technology, 2014-2024 
Exhibit 5-7: Total Projected Dental 3D Printing Material Revenue, by Category, 2014-2024 
Exhibit 5-8: Total Projected Dental 3D Printing Software Revenue,  2015-2026 
Exhibit 6-1: Benefits of Directly Fabricated Jewelry via AM versus Investment Casting 
Exhibit 6-2: Total Projected Jewelry 3D Printing Revenues, by Category, 2014-2024 
Exhibit 6-3: Total Projected Jewelry 3D Printer Annual Unit Shipments, by Print Technology, 2014-2024 
Exhibit 6-4: Total Projected Jewelry 3D Printer Hardware Revenue, by Print Technology, 2014-2024 
Exhibit 6-5: Total Projected Jewelry 3D Printing Material Revenue, by Category, 2014-2024 
Exhibit 7-1: Markets for AM Equipment in the Oil and Gas Industry 
Exhibit 7-2: The Innovation/Investment Dichotomy for Additive Manufacturing in Oil and Gas 
Exhibit 7-3: Using AM to Address Oil and Gas’ Biggest Challenges 
Exhibit 7-4:  Current Adoption of AM Technology in the Oil and Gas Sector 
Exhibit 7-5: Total Projected Oil and Gas AM/3DP Revenues, by Opportunity Category, 2015-2025 
Exhibit 7-6: Total Projected AM/3DP Hardware Revenues, by Technology, 2015-2025 
Exhibit 7-7: Total Projected AM Hardware Unit Shipments, by Technology, 2015-2025 
Exhibit 7-8: Total Projected AM Material Revenues, by Category, 2015-2025 
Exhibit 7-9: Total Projected AM Software Revenues in Oil and Gas,  2015-2025 

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