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Digitalizing the Construction Industry with Additive Manufacturing:  An Opportunity Analysis and Ten-Year Forecast

Digitalizing the Construction Industry with Additive Manufacturing:  An Opportunity Analysis and Ten-Year Forecast

The construction industry could represent as large an opportunity for additive manufacturing as the entire industrial and medical manufacturing industries combined. While the technology is still young, billion-dollar deals have already been signed, bringing these technologies intro futuristic construction projects worldwide. As the technologies progress and the industry rapidly expands, some of the largest construction groups are already investing to secure know-how and advance the development of new materials and processes.
 
Digital systems and additive manufacturing have already been widely implemented in the AEC industry, for “A”, Architecture (design and physical modeling), and “E”, Engineering (design, development and prototyping). This solid foundation will help to accelerate adoption as the tools for implementing digital, additive manufacturing in the “C”, Construction, element of the AEC market become increasingly available.
 
Early case studies, described in this report, clearly outline the advantages in terms of cost-effectiveness and efficiency that derive from implementing automated and digital, additive construction practices in a field which has until now remained tied to highly inefficient, labor-intensive approaches. The expected rapidly growing hardware demand represents an opportunity for both AM hardware manufacturers as well as construction market operators that gain a competitive advantage by rapidly establishing additive manufacturing capabilities.
 
This first ever dedicated study accurately describes the possibilities and analyzes the enormous transformative potential of 3D printing within the construction industry. The research covers not only the giant global housing market (and rising demand) but also the potential for infrastructural and artistic/archeological applications as significant revenue opportunities.
 
Included in this comprehensive report are the following:
 
  • Ten-year construction 3D printing opportunity and market data forecasts in volume and value terms. These cover hardware/software, materials, services/applications.
  • Market trends to include key metrics at a geographical level, better capturing the cultural attitudes towards advanced digital construction and approaches to implementation.
  • Analysis and description of all major system OEM’s currently offering (or developing) construction AM hardware and relative technologies.
  • A detailed description of the most significant AM construction projects completed to date and their implications in terms of defining the advantages deriving from implementing digital additive manufacturing processes in construction.
  • The latest trailing five years activity and competitive analysis to reflect the rapidly evolving landscape in which major global construction operators are now interfacing directly with printer manufacturers, materials companies, and solutions developers.
 
All in all, this is the most extensive exploration of where the opportunities will be found in additive manufactured dental products in the next decade.  It will be regarded as essential reading for everyone in the value chain for 3D-printed products.

Chapter One: Digitalizing the “C” in AEC
1.1 3D Printing Houses   
1.2 Overview of a New AEC Industry  
1.2.1 Size and Trends of the Global Construction Industry
1.2.2 The Need for Change       
1.3 AEC Firms Embracing Technology Disruptors for Construction
1.3.1 Software      
1.3.2 Materials     
1.4 Primary Benefits Driving 3D Printing for Construction 
1.4.1 Efficiency and Cost Reduction    
1.4.2 Geometry    
1.4.2.1 The Trend for Tiny Houses     
1.4.3 More Speed 
1.4.4 Durability    
1.4.5 Workplace Safety   
1.5 Challenges and Solutions    
1.6 How Does Construction 3D Printing Work?       
1.7 Forecasting in this Report   
1.7.1 Methodology
1.7.2 Summary of Ten-Year Forecasts
1.7.3 Geographic Considerations        
1.8 Key Points from this Chapter        

Chapter Two: Construction 3D Printing Technologies and Hardware  
2.1 Extrusion-Based Technologies      
2.1.1 Contour Crafting    
2.1.2 WinSun       
2.1.3 C-Fab by Branch Technology     
2.1.4 3Dp by Ai Build      
2.1.5 Cazza 
2.1.6 MiniBuilders 
2.2 Binder Jetting 
2.2.1 D-Shape Technology       
2.2.2 Desamanera Technology  
2.3 Modularity and Bricks in Construction 3D Printing      
2.3.1 Emerging Objects  
2.3.2 TerraPerforma, a 3D-Printed Performative Wall       
2.4 Ten-Year Forecast for Construction AM Hardware       
2.5 Key Points from this Chapter        

Chapter Three: Construction 3D Printing Software and Materials     
3.1 Software for 3D Printing Construction     
3.2 Forecast for Construction AM Software   
3.3 Materials for 3D Printing Construction     
3.3.1 Soil and Environmentally Friendly Materials   
3.3.2 Geopolymers
3.3.3 Other Materials for Construction
3.4 Ten-Year Forecast of Cement Materials for Construction 3D Printing      
3.5 Key Points from this Chapter        

Chapter Four: Applications of Construction 3D Printing, from Archeology to Space Colonies
4.1 3D-Printed Housing   
4.1.1 Asia   
4.1.2 Europe
4.1.2.1 Russia      
4.1.2.2 Denmark   
4.1.2.3 France      
4.1.2.4 Italy
4.1.2.5 Switzerland        
4.1.2.6 Germany   
4.1.2.7 Spain       
4.2 United States  
4.3 City and Building Infrastructure    
4.4 Off-Grid Housing      
4.4.1 On-site Robotics    
4.5 Restoration, Art and Archeology   
4.5.1 Art and Decorative Elements     
4.6 Reconstruction after Catastrophic Events
4.6.1 Quake-safe Construction  
4.7 Construction 3D Printing in Space 
4.7.1 Colonizing the Moon        
4.7.2 Colonizing Mars     
4.8 Applications Forecast
4.9 Key Points from this Chapter

About SmarTech Publishing      
About the Analyst 

List of Exhibits
Exhibit 1-1: A diagram representing the increased efficiency of construction 3D printing Vs traditional construction
Exhibit 1-2: Traditional Vs Additive Manufacturing for Construction
Exhibit 1-3: Primary Efficiency Factors in the Use of 3D Printing for Construction    
Exhibit 1-4: A Plan of the Fully Functional House 3D Printed in Russia by AMT-Specavia 
Exhibit 1-5: Forecast of the Overall Construction AM Market through 2027       
Exhibit 1-6: Construction AM Market YoY Growth Rates    
Exhibit 1-7: Geographic Distribution of Revenue from Construction AM, 2016-2027    
Exhibit 2-1: Major Construction AM Hardware Systems in Operation Today   
Exhibit 2-2: Benefits of extrusion vs binder jetting in construction 3D printing  
Exhibit 2-3: Construction AM Hardware Unit Shipments Forecast     
Exhibit 2-4: Construction AM Hardware Installed Base Forecast        
Exhibit 2-5: Construction AM Hardware Revenues Forecast        
Exhibit 3-1: Some currently available materials for construction 3D printing 
Exhibit 3-2: Construction AM Material Shipment Forecast }
Exhibit 3-3: Construction AM Revenues Forecast    
Exhibit 4-1: Construction AM Applications Unit Forecast   
Exhibit 4-2: Number of Buildings/Parts Built per Installed Construction 3D Printer   
Exhibit 4-3: Construction AM Applications Revenues Forecast        

3D Printing in Dentistry 2018: An Opportunity Analysis and Ten-Year Forecast

3D Printing in Dentistry 2018: An Opportunity Analysis and Ten-Year Forecast

In 2017, 3D printing went mainstream in the dental industry. A number of high profile business ventures and acquisitions have continued to propel dental applications utilizing 3D printing technologies firmly into the sights of the largest dental services and solutions providers in the world. As the additive industry continues to transition, as a whole, towards manufacturing applications, the growth path for most existing polymer print technologies has faltered somewhat by historical comparison. This has allowed for well established, high value applications in healthcare to really shine and earn major focus of stakeholders in the industry. 
 
Dentists worldwide continue to leverage digital workflows and manufacturing processes, having long since identified that digital dentistry represents the future of the industry. Indeed, 3D printing is well positioned to become the leading digital process in dental fabrication worldwide given its flexibility in efficient and accurate production of everything from dental models, to orthodontic aligners, to PFM restorations, to denture frameworks and beyond. 
 
This third dedicated study expands coverage to consider the greater transformative potential of 3D printing in dentistry, which is in better enabling dental treatment by bringing personalized device fabrication closer to the point of care -in the dentist's office. Included in this comprehensive report are the following:
 
  • Ten-year 3D printing opportunity and market data forecasts in volume and value terms. These cover hardware, materials, software, and services

  • Expanded market data to include key metrics at a country level, better capturing the cultural attitudes towards advanced digital dental care and approaches to implementation

  • Expanded market data to include key metrics by end-user profile, including dental caregivers and dental laboratories/production centers

  • An updated version of SmarTech's innovative "Comprehensive Guide to Dental 3D Printing Solutions" which features the most complete evaluation of available dental printers and materials

  • The latest trailing twelve month activity and competitive analysis to reflect the rapidly evolving landscape in which major dental providers are now interfacing directly with printer manufacturers, materials companies, and solutions developers

 
All in all, this is the most extensive exploration of where the opportunities will be found in additive manufactured dental products in the next decade.  It will be regarded as essential reading for everyone in the value chain for 3D-printed products.
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Chapter One: Interfacing with the Dental Industry and Trailing Twelve-Month Market Review   
1.1 State of Digital Dentistry Adoption Worldwide and Trends in Dental Care 
1.1.1 North America – U.S. and Canada       
1.1.2 Western and Northern Europe    
1.1.3 Asia Pacific – China, Japan, Australia, Korea  
1.1.4 Rest of World – Middle East, Israel, India      
1.1.5 Ongoing Dental Market Trends Affecting Adoption of 3D Printing and Digital Processes   
1.2 The Market Landscape for Dental 3D Printing Technology        
1.2.1 Established Market: 3D Printing Opportunities in the Laboratory and Dental Production Center     
1.2.2 Emerging Opportunity: 3D Printing Opportunities in the Dental Office and Oral Surgery Clinics 
1.3 Trailing Twelve-Month Market Activity Updates 
1.3.1 3D Printing Entering the Mainstream of Dental Care 
1.3.2 Other Major Dental Printing Product Announcements – Printers, Materials, and Business Relationships       
1.4 Exploring Relationships Between Additive Digital Dentistry Solutions and Incumbent Subtractive Solutions      
1.4.1 Coexistence of Subtractive and Additive in Dental Production  
1.4.2 3D Printing Technologies Further Penetrating Permanent Restorative Applications – the End of Subtractive CADCAM?        
1.5 Latest Evolutions in 3D Printing Solutions and Their Potential Impact on Dental 3DP Markets       
1.5.1 Introduction of Competing Processes and Low-Cost Technologies for the Office and In-house Laboratory        
1.5.2 Development and Commercialization of Continuous Photopolymerization Processes 
1.5.3 Ongoing Efforts in Ceramic 3D Printing and 3D-Printed Composite Restorations  
1.5.3.1 Direct Photopolymerization of Highly Filled Dental Composites 
1.5.3.2 Developmental Jetting Processes with Great Potential for Dental Ceramic Production   
1.6 Summary of Latest Outlook for Dental 3D Printing and Penetration Analysis       
1.6.1 Outlook for Metal Additive Manufacturing Solutions in Global Dental Markets    
1.6.2 Outlook for Non-Metal 3D Printing Solutions in Global Dental Markets     
1.6.3 Summary of Penetration Analysis for Dental 3D Printing        

Chapter Two: The 2018 Comprehensive Dental 3D Printing Hardware and Materials Guide  
2.1 Ongoing Considerations for Hardware Development for Dental 3D Printing 
2.1.1 Polymer Printing Technology Development Considerations        
2.1.2 Metal Printing Technology Development Considerations        
2.2 Primary Polymer Dental 3D Print Processes: Professional Photopolymerization Technologies      
2.2.1 High-Speed Photopolymerization and its Impact on Dental 3D Printing Applications 
2.2.1.1 Carbon Digital Light Synthesis/CLIP  
2.2.1.2 EnvisionTEC cDLM        
2.2.1.3 3D Systems Figure 4    
2.2.1.4 Structo MSLA     
2.1.1.5 BEGO/Nexa3D/XYZPrinting     
2.2.2 Leading Photopolymerization Systems by Product Class        
2.2.3 Analysis of Available Dental Printing Materials (UV- Sensitive Resins)  
2.2.4 Analysis of Photopolymerization Hardware Metrics   
2.3 Primary Polymer Dental 3D Print Processes: Material Jetting        
2.3.1 Leading Systems by Product Class and New Releases        
2.3.2 Comparing Polyjet, SCP, and MultiJet Printing Product Lines for Dental Applications     
2.3.3 Analysis of Available Dental Printing Materials (Jettable Resins)       
2.3.4 Analysis of Material Jetting Hardware Metrics 
2.4 Primary Metal Dental 3D Print Processes: Metal Powder Bed Fusion
2.4.1 Analysis of Metal Powder Bed Fusion Hardware Market Metrics       
2.5 Entities and Technologies Supporting Ceramic Dental 3D Printing      

Chapter Three: Evolution in Dental 3D Printing Applications       
3.1 Applications for the Dental Office  
3.1.1 In-Office Modeling 
3.2.2.1 Teaching and Communicative Models
3.1.2 Printed Temporary Restorations and Related Applications        
3.1.2.1 Penetration and Opportunity for Printed Temporaries        
3.1.3 3D-Printed Dental Surgical Guides       
3.1.3.1 Penetration and Market Opportunity for Printed Surgical Guides        
3.1.4 Value-Added 3D-Printed Orthodontic Devices (Trays, Splints, and More) 
3.1.4.1 Penetration and Market Opportunity for Printed Ortho Devices      
3.2 Applications for the Laboratory and Production Center
3.2.1 3D-printed Patterns for Investment Casting of Dental Restorations
3.2.1.1 Penetration and Opportunity for 3D Printing Wax Investment Casting in Dental Markets 
3.2.2 3D Printed Stone and Ortho Dental Models    
3.2.2.1 Penetration and Opportunity Analysis for Dental Models        
3.2.3 Clear Dental Aligners and Aligner Forming Tools      
3.2.3.1 Penetration and Opportunity Analysis for Printed Aligners and Tools 
3.2.4 Metal Printed Dental Implant Components     
3.2.4.1 Potential Implant Applications for Metal AM
3.2.4.1 Penetration and Market Opportunity for Printed Dental Implant Components      
3.2.5 Metal Dental Restorations (Crown and Bridge)
3.2.5.1 Penetration and Market Opportunity for Metal Printed Crowns and Bridges       
3.2.6 Polymer Printed Denture Applications  
3.2.6.1 Penetration and Market Opportunity for Polymer Printed Denture Components      
3.2.7 Removable Partial Denture Frameworks
3.2.7.1 Penetration and Market Opportunity for Realistic Partial Denture Frameworks      
3.3 Specialty and Emerging Applications for the Future    
3.3.1 Obstructive Sleep Apnea Oral Appliances      
3.3.2 Printed Permanent Aesthetic Restorations     
3.3.3 Directly Printed Clear Orthodontic Aligners    

Chapter Four: Analysis of the Dental 3D Printing Competitive Landscape in 2018     
4.1 Competitive Trends in 2017 Shaping the Future Landscape        
4.2 Analysis of Primary Dental 3D Printing Solutions Market – Hardware and Materials  
4.2.1 3D Systems (including Vertex Global)  
4.2.2 Stratasys     
4.2.3 EnvisionTEC 
4.2.4 Digital Wax Systems (DWS)      
4.2.5 Rapid Shape 
4.2.6 Formlabs     
4.2.7 BEGO 
4.2.8 Shining3D    
4.2.9 Prodways (including DeltaMed)  
4.2.10 Sisma        
4.2.11 EOS 
4.2.12 Renishaw   
4.2.13 Carbon      
4.2.14 Structo      
4.2.15 Asiga
4.3 Analysis of Supporting Dental 3D Printing Software Market        
4.3.1 Dental Wings
4.3.2 3Shape       

Chapter Five: Ten-Year Dental 3D Printing Market Forecasts  
5.1 Discussion of Methodology  
5.2 Ten-Year Forecasts of Key Dental 3D Printing Market Opportunities and Metrics
5.2.1 Rollup of Opportunity Forecasts by Country   
5.2.2 Rollup of Opportunity Forecasts by User Group (Dental Office versus Labor/Production Center)
5.3 Ten-Year Forecasts of Dental 3D Printing Hardware Shipments and Installations     
5.3.1 Country Level Hardware Forecasts      
5.4 Ten-Year Forecasts of 3D Printing Materials Consumed by Dental Applications
5.4.1 UV Curable Dental Resin Market Forecasts    
5.4.1 Dental Metal Powder Market Forecasts 
5.5 Ten-Year Forecasts of Dental 3D Printing Services and Software     
5.5.1 Dental 3D Printing Software Opportunities

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

List of Exhibits
Exhibit 1-1: Summary of Major Global Dental Trends and Their Impact on 3D Printing Adoption
Exhibit 1-2: Total Projected Dental 3D Printing Opportunities, by End-User Segment, 2015-2027(e) 
Exhibit 1-3: Primary Dental 3D Printing Applications for the Laboratory and Dental Production Center     
Exhibit 1-4: Primary Dental 3D Printing Applications for the Dental Office and Clinic   
Exhibit 1-5: Projected Unit Sales of Digital Dental Systems – Subtractive Milling Systems versus Additive 3D Printing Systems, 2016-2022      
Exhibit 1-6: Application of Subtractive and Additive Digital Dental Solutions to the Dental Device Application Spectrum        
Exhibit 1-7: Scenario Analysis for Continued Penetration of 3DP into Milling-Dominant Applications      
Exhibit 1-8: High Speed Photopolymerization Printer Developments      
Exhibit 1-9: Total Dental Photopolymerization Unit Sales of Professional and Industrial Technologies, by Tech Generation Category, 2015-2027(e) 
Exhibit 1-10: Total Projected Production Volume for Directly Printed Aesthetic Permanent Dental Restorations, Crown and Bridge Units, 2015-2027(e)      
Exhibit 1-11: Projected Dental 3D Printing Revenues, Metals Segment, 2015-2027(e) 
Exhibit 1-12: Projected Dental 3D Printing Revenues, Non-Metals Segment, 2015-2027(e) 
Exhibit 1-13: Estimated Technology Penetration Rate for 3D Printing in Dentistry, by User Group, 2015-2027(e)
Exhibit 1-14: Estimated Technology Penetration Rate for 3D Printing in Dental Laboratories, by Region, 2015-2027(e) 
Exhibit 2-1: Key Print Technology Capabilities for Polymer Printers in Dental Applications  
Exhibit 2-2: Key Print Technology Capabilities for Metal Printers in Dental Applications     
Exhibit 2-3: DLP Based Vat Photopolymerization Processes Market Overview   
Exhibit 2-4: Dental Photopolymerization Printers by Classification        
Exhibit 2-5: Dental Photopolymer Resin Products   
Exhibit 2-6: Average Selling Price Laser Based Photopolymerization Dental Printers, by Classification, 2017        
Exhibit 2-7: Average Selling Price DLP-Based Photopolymerization Dental Printers, by Classification, 2017        
Exhibit 2-8: Average Selling Price All Photopolymerization Dental Printers, by Classification, 2017
Exhibit 2-9: Dental Photopolymerization Printer 2017 Market Share (Revenue vs. Units), All User Groups, All System Classifications      
Exhibit 2-10: Dental Photopolymerization Printer 2017 Market Share (Revenue), Laboratories and Production Centers, All System Classifications    
Exhibit 2-11: Dental Photopolymerization Printer 2017 Market Share (Revenue vs. Units), Dental Offices and Clinics, All System Classifications    
Exhibit 2-12: Relevant Dental Material Jetting Hardware Releases  (Last 18 Months)      
Exhibit 2-13: Material Jetting 3D Printers for Dental Applications
Exhibit 2-14: Currently Available Material Jetting Dental Materials     
Exhibit 2-15: Average Selling Price Dental Material Jetting Dental Printers, by Classification, 2017
Exhibit 2-16: Dental Material Jetting Printer 2017 Market Share (Revenue), Laboratories and Production Centers, All System Classifications      
Exhibit 2-17: Currently Available Metal Powder Bed Fusion Dental Systems    
Exhibit 2-18: Average Selling Price Dental Metal PBF Printers, by Classification, 2015-2017(e)
Exhibit 2-19: Metal Powder Bed Fusion Dental Market Shares (Revenue), Dental Laboratories and Production Centers, 2017        
Exhibit 2-20: Summary of Currently Available Ceramic Photopolymerization 3D Printing Techniques and Providers
Exhibit 3-1: Overview of Printable Dental Temporary Materials        
Exhibit 3-2: Total Projected 3D Printed Dental Temporary Restorations, 2015-2027(e)     
Exhibit 3-3: Total Projected 3D Printed Dental Surgical Guides, 2015-2027(e)       
Exhibit 3-4: Total Projected 3D Printed Value-Added Orthodontic Devices, 2015-2027(e)    
Exhibit 3-5: Total Projected 3D Printed Investment Casting Patterns, by Type, 2015-2027(e)       
Exhibit 3-6: Total Projected 3D Printed Dental Stone and Ortho Models, by Type, 2015-2027(e)
Exhibit 3-7: Total Projected 3D Printed Clear Aligner Components, by Type, 2015-2027(e) 
Exhibit 3-8: Total Projected Directly Printed Dental Implant Component, 2015-2027(e)       
Exhibit 3-9: Summary of Metal AM Value Proposition for Dental Restorations
Exhibit 3-10: Total Projected Directly Printed PFM Restoration Structures, Crown and Bridge Units, 2015-2027(e) 
Exhibit 3-11: Total Projected 3D Printed Removable Denture Components, by Type, 2015-2027(e) 
Exhibit 3-12: Total Projected 3D-Printed Removable Partial Frameworks, 2015-2027(e)      
Exhibit 3-13: Total Projected Sleep Related Oral Appliance Therapy Devices Printed, 2015-2027(e)       
Exhibit 3-14: Potential Effects to Relevant 3D Printing Dental Applications in the Theoretical Development of Printed Permanent Aesthetic Restorations      
Exhibit 3-15: Total Projected 3D Printed Permanent Aesthetic Restorations, 2015-2027(e)     
Exhibit 4-1: Notable Dental Industry and 3DP Industry Business Partnerships and Ventures   
Exhibit 5-1: Total Projected Dental 3D Printing Revenue Opportunity, by Category, 2015-2027(e)      
Exhibit 5-2: Comparison of Total Dental 3D Printing Revenue Expectations, Previous versus Current Market Scenario Assumptions
Exhibit 5-3: Total Projected Dental 3D Printing Revenues, by Region, all Opportunity Categories, 2015-2027(e)  
Exhibit 5-4: Total Projected Dental 3D Printing Revenues, by Country, all Opportunity Categories, 2015-2027(e) 
Exhibit 5-5: Total Projected Dental 3D Printing Revenues, by Country, all Opportunity Categories, 2016    
Exhibit 5-6: Projected Dental 3D Printing Hardware and Material Revenues, by End User Category, 2015-2027(e) 
Exhibit 5-7: Projected Dental 3D Printing Hardware Revenues, by End-User Category, 2015-2027(e) 
Exhibit 5-8: Projected Dental 3D Printing Material Revenues, by End-User Category, 2015-2027(e)      
Exhibit 5-9: Projected Dental 3D Printing Hardware Shipments, by End User Category, 2015-2027(e)  
Exhibit 5-10: Projected Dental 3D Printing Hardware Revenues in Photopolymerization and Material Jetting Technology, by End-User Category, 2015-2027(e)      
Exhibit 5-11: Projected Dental 3D Printing Installations in Photopolymerization and Material Jetting Technology, by End-User Category, 2015-2027(e)   
Exhibit 5-12: Total Projected Dental 3D Printer Revenues, by Technology, Global, 2015-2027(e) – All Printer Classes    
Exhibit 5-13: Total Projected Dental 3D Printer Revenues, by Technology, Global, 2015-2027(e) – Professional and Industrial Printers      
Exhibit 5-14: Total Projected Dental 3D Printer Revenues, by Technology, Global, 2015-2027(e) – Low-Cost Printers Only        
Exhibit 5-15: Total Projected Dental 3D Printer Shipments, by Technology, Global, 2015-2027(e) – All Printer Classes    
Exhibit 5-16: Total Projected Dental 3D Printer Shipments, by Technology, Global, 2015-2027(e) – Low-Cost Printers Only        
Exhibit 5-17: Total Projected Dental 3D Printer Installations, by Technology, Global, 2015-2027(e) – All Printer Classes    
Exhibit 5-18: Total Projected Dental 3D Printer Installations, by Technology, Global, 2015-2027(e) – Low-Cost Printers Only        
Exhibit 5-19: Total Dental 3D Printer Hardware Revenues by Country, All Technologies and Printer Classes, 2015-2027(e)        
Exhibit 5-20: Total Projected Dental Print Material Revenues, by Material Family, 2015-2027(e)      
Exhibit 5-21: Projected Total Dental Print Material Revenues, All Technologies and Materials, by System Classification, 2015-2027(e)      
Exhibit 5-22: Projected UV Curable Dental Photopolymer Revenues from Vat-Based Technologies, by Subcategory, 2015-2027(e)       
Exhibit 5-23: Projected UV Curable Dental Photopolymer Revenues from Jetting-Based Technologies, by Subcategory, 2015-2027(e)       
Exhibit 5-24: Projected UV Curable Dental Photopolymer Shipments, by Technology and Material Subcategory, 2015-2027(e)      
Exhibit 5-25: Projected UV Curable Dental Photopolymer Selling Price, by Technology and Material Subcategory, 2015-2027(e)      
Exhibit 5-26: Projected Dental Print Material Revenues, All Technologies, by Country, 2015-2027(e)      
Exhibit 5-27: Projected Dental Metal Powder Material Revenues, by Alloy Family, 2015-2027(e)    
Exhibit 5-28: Projected Dental Metal Powder Material Shipments, by Alloy Family, 2015-2027(e)   
Exhibit 5-29: Total Market Opportunity Dental 3D Printing Services,  2015-2027(e) 
Exhibit 5-30: Total Market Opportunity Dental 3D Printing Services, by Application Category, 2015-2027(e)   
Exhibit 5-31: Total Market Opportunity Dental 3D Printing Services, All Applications, by Country, 2015-2027(e)       
Exhibit 5-32: Projected Dental 3D Printing Software Revenues, by Software Tool Functionality, 2015-2027(e)        
Exhibit 5-33: Projected Dental 3D Printing Software Revenues, by Country, 2015-2027(e)

Additive Manufacturing Opportunities in Oil & Gas Markets 2017: An Opportunity Analysis and Ten-Year Forecast

Additive Manufacturing Opportunities in Oil & Gas Markets 2017: An Opportunity Analysis and Ten-Year Forecast

In 2016 SmarTech released the first ever in-depth analysis of additive manufacturing for the Oil and Gas industry. Our conclusion was the that this sector would become a major adopter of additive adopter of additive manufacturing technologies.  Our 2017 report on this topic shows that our projections were correct.   GE is now actively printing a variety of metal components for use in its oil and gas operations, while Halliburton is actively exploring the use cases for field production of active parts.  Reasons to purchase this new report: 

  • The report includes a current discussion of the how additive manufacturing is increasing efficiency and streamlining supply chains in an oil and gas industry that continues to be beset by low prices for fossil fuels
  • It also contains examples of how the oil and gas industry has adopted the latest additive manufacturing techniques for metals and adapted them for the industry’s specific needs.  We show how the industry is now using additive manufacturing for printed metal components with increasing opportunities for large print volumes
  • In addition, this study contains an analysis of how additive manufacturing is making operational and cost differences in the oil and gas industry in all phases of production -- downstream, midstream and upstream oil and gas supply.  Our ten-year forecasts of additive manufacturing in the oil and gas sector covering all relevant technologies, materials, and estimations of printed part volumes.  These forecasts are based on SmarTech’s proprietary additive adoption model for the oil and gas industry, designed to gauge current and future use of AM.

 

This report is illustrated with the latest examples of where additive manufacturing is making a difference in the oil and gas industry. The reader of this report will also gain a better understanding of how additive manufacturing continues to penetrate the oil and gas Industry.  It also provides guidance on how AM firms can help message their products for the oil and gas industry and how to get the industry behind additive manufacturing, as well as a detailed exploration of potential application areas that can jump-start internal research and development activities within the Industry.

The oil and gas industry is poised to become one of the most important generators of revenue – both near- and long-term -- for additive system manufacturers and service providers worldwide. We believe that it will be invaluable reading to oil and gas industry executives as well as to the investment community and the additive manufacturing community itself.

Chapter One: Drivers for AM in Oil and Gas        
1.1 Background to this Report   
1.1.1 Oil and Gas Industry Dynamics and Influence on AM Adoption        
1.1.2 Progress in AM Adoption by Oil and Gas Sector in 2016 and 2017   
1.2 Key Benefits of AM for Oil and Gas   
1.2.1 More Consolidated Practices          
1.2.2 Potential Applications and Recent Successful Case Studies 
1.3 Adoption Model for AM in Oil and Gas          
1.3.1 Best Practices from Aerospace      
1.3.2 Best Practices from Ground Transportation and Automotive            
1.3.3 Best Practices from Medical and Dental     
1.4 Extracting Value from AM in Oil and Gas Operations
1.5 Current Industry Activity and Adoption Timeline       
1.5.1 Future Opportunity Sizing 
1.6 Ten Year Forecast of Overall Market Opportunity for AM in Oil and Gas             
1.7 Forecast Methodology         
1.8 Key Points from this Chapter

Chapter Two: Current and Future AM Implementation in the Oil and Gas Industry             
2.1 Latest Evolutions of AM Technologies for Oil and Gas             
2.1.1 Metal Powder Bed Fusion
2.1.2 Metal Laser Deposition (DED)        
2.1.3 Metal Binder Jetting          
2.1.4 Polymer Powder Bed Fusion          
2.1.5 Thermoplastic Extrusion   
2.1.6 Photopolymerization        
2.1.7 Sand Binder Jetting            
2.2 Ten-Year Forecast for AM Hardware in Oil and Gas   
2.2.1 Average System Price        
2.2.2 Hardware Unit Sales and Installed Base     
2.2.3 Hardware Revenues Forecast         
2.2.4 Geographic Considerations            
2.3 Analysis of AM Materials for Oil and Gas       
2.3.1 High Grade Polymer Materials for Oil and Gas        
2.3.2 Metal Materials for Directed Energy Deposition     
2.4 Forecast of Materials for Oil and Gas AM Applications            
2.4.1 Metal AM Materials Forecast         
2.4.2 Polymer Materials Forecast for Oil and Gas             
2.4.3 Binder Jetting Materials Forecast  
2.5 Ceramics     
2.6 Key Points from this Chapter

Chapter Three: Known AM Application in Oil and Gas     
3.1 Analysis of the Primary AM Applications for Oil and Gas        
3.1.1 Prototyping and Technical Modeling           
3.1.2 3D Printing for Tooling and Indirect Manufacturing in Oil and Gas  
3.1.3 On-Demand Rapid Part Production/Repair
3.1.3.1 Upstream Implications of Distributed Manufacturing       
3.1.3.2 Midstream Implications of Distributed Manufacturing     
3.1.3.3 Downstream Implications of Distributed Manufacturing 
3.1.4 On-Demand Part Production          
3.1.4.1 Complex Parts and Sub-assemblies         
3.4.1.2 Obsolete and Spare Parts            
3.2 Sample Applications for Oil and Gas
3.2.1 Drill Bits and Drill Components      
3.2.2 Sensors and Associated Housings in Oil and Gas Components          
3.2.3 Combustion Systems and Turbomachinery
3.2.4 Valve Fittings and Pump Components        
3.2.5 Heat Exchangers in Natural Gas Compression Systems        
3.2.6 Components for Gas Processing and Refinery Operations  
3.2.7 Catalytic Reactors and Components           
3.2.8 New Downhole Applications and Complex Manifolds          
3.3 AM Service Bureaus in Oil and Gas Forecast 
3.3.1 Impact of Non-Specialist Service Bureaus  
3.3.2 Impact of Specialist Oil and Gas Service Bureaus    
3.4 Ten-Year Forecast for Oil and Gas Service Part Production     
3.4.1 Oil and Gas Part Volume Projections           
3.4.2 Geographic Considerations and Forecast   
3.5 Key System and Service Suppliers     
3.5.1 EOS/Siemens        
3.5.2 GE Additive (Concept Laser/Arcam)            
3.5.3 Stratasys 
3.5.4 Materialise            
3.6 AM Adopters in Oil and Gas
3.6.1 Siemens Oil and Gas          
3.6.2 GE Oil and Gas      
3.6.3 Halliburton            
3.6.4 Royal Dutch Shell 
3.6.5 Maersk Oil             
3.6.6 3M            
3.6.7 BP             
3.7 Software     
3.7.1 Development of Oil and Gas Software Solutions     
3.7.2 Ten-Year AM Software Revenues Forecast for Oil and Gas  
3.8 Key Points from this Chapter             

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

List of Exhibits
Exhibit 1-1: Using AM to address oil and gas’ biggest challenges 
Exhibit 1-2: SmarTech Publishing’s additive manufacturing adoption model for oil and gas markets       
Exhibit 1-3: Using AM to address oil and gas’ biggest challenges 
Exhibit 1-4: Oil and Gas leaders on the SmarTech Publishing AM adoption model and timeline       
Exhibit 1-5a: Overall AM in oil and gas market forecast by segment and YoY growth rates     
Exhibit 1-5b: Overall AM in oil and gas market forecast  
Exhibit 2-1: Differences between laser and electron beam powered metal powder bed fusion processes    
Exhibit 2-2: Forecasted average AM system price by technology ($US) 2016 - 2027     
Exhibit 2-3: Forecasted yearly AM unit shipments in oil and gas and YoY growth 2016* – 2027    
Exhibit 2-4: Forecasted AM unit installed base in oil and gas, 2016 - 2027             
Exhibit 2-5: Forecasted unit installed base in oil and gas by technology type 2027     
Exhibit 2-6: Metal hardware revenues in oil and gas ($USM), 2016-2027 
Exhibit 2-7: Yearly AM hardware sales in oil and gas by geographic region             
Exhibit 2-8: Available and future metal materials for AM by technology  
Exhibit 2-9: Average price of metal powder and metal wire for AM in oil and gas markets      
Exhibit 2-10: Metal powder shipments for metal AM in oil and gas           
Exhibit 2-11: Metal powder revenues for AM in oil and gas          
Exhibit 2-12: Metal wire feedstock shipments for AM in oil and gas (Kg)  
Exhibit 2-13: Forecast of metal wire feedstock shipments for AM in oil and gas*     
Exhibit 2-14: Average polymer material price per Kg in Oil and Gas ($US)
Exhibit 2-15: Thermoplastic filament shipments (Kg) in oil and gas            
Exhibit 2-16: Thermoplastic filament revenues for oil and gas applications ($USM), 2016-2027        
Exhibit 2-17: Photopolymer shipments for AM in oil and gas        
Exhibit 2-18: Photopolymer revenues for AM in oil and gas          
Exhibit 2-19: Thermoplastic AM powder shipment for oil and gas             
Exhibit 2-20: Thermoplastic AM powder sales in oil and gas         
Exhibit 2-21: Forecast of binder jetting materials shipments (Kg) for oil and gas, 2016 - 2027       
Exhibit 2-22: Binder jetting material revenues for oil and gas       
Exhibit 2-23: Known technologies additive manufacturing of ceramic materials             
Exhibit 3-1: AM service bureau revenues and growth in oil and gas          
Exhibit 3-2: Comparison between revenues from metal and polymer applications in the oil and gas industry (in US$)  
Exhibit 3-3: Total metal AM parts for oil and gas by part type (2016*-2027)             
Exhibit 3-4: Value of metal AM parts in oil and gas ($USM), 2016-2027    
Exhibit 3-5: Total polymer AM parts for oil and gas 2016*-2027  
Exhibit 3-6: Value of polymer AM parts in Oil and Gas     
Exhibit 3-7: Comparison between polymer and metal AM part revenues 2016 – 2027 ($USM)    
Exhibit 3-8: Metal AM parts revenues by geographic area ($USM)            
Exhibit 3-9: Polymer AM parts revenues by geographic areas ($USM)      
Exhibit 3-10: AM software categories for use in oil and gas          
Exhibit 3-11: AM software revenues in oil and gas ($USM)

Opportunities for Additive Manufacturing in Medical Devices – Prosthetics, Orthotics, and Audiology:  An Opportunity Analysis and Ten-Year Forecast

Opportunities for Additive Manufacturing in Medical Devices – Prosthetics, Orthotics, and Audiology:  An Opportunity Analysis and Ten-Year Forecast

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As the medical 3D printing segment continues to evolve in ways which set it apart from the rest of the rapid prototyping and industrial additive manufacturing markets, interest in apply various technologies into the fabrication of medical devices has grown significantly. On the success of the orthopedic implants, surgical guide, and dental segments, now other medical practice areas have begun exploring digital manufacturing processes as a means to improve efficiency, and build a global supply chain to patients in need.

Prosthetic devices are the third major area of exploration for 3D printing technologies in medicine today, marked by two distinctly different medical treatment areas -audiology and the orthotics & prosthetics (O&P) markets. Such externally applied devices now being made with 3D printing technologies include hearing aids, upper and lower extremity prosthetics and componentry, and orthotic insoles and braces.

Where orthotic and prosthetic devices are just emerging as an area of interest and commercial opportunity with strong growth potential, the use of 3D printing in hearing aids has been long established. The outlook and market analysis in each area is therefore compared and contrasted, including an up-to-date outlook for continued growth opportunities for 3D printing in the hearing aid segment which has often incorrectly been written off as totally saturated.

This report seeks to define and clarify opportunities for 3D printing technologies in the production of these areas. This study seeks to provide:

  • Industry coverage and opportunity analysis in the three primary application areas for 3D printed medical devices - prosthetics, orthotics, and audiology devices
  • A comprehensive analysis of the value proposition for 3D printing technologies in these areas, combined with a penetration and economic impact analysis for the application of 3D printing into these well established global markets
  • Segmentation of the various applications in each segment by component type, material selection, and potentially relevant printing processes and technologies
  • Production volume forecasts for printed components and devices in each market segment from 2014 to 2027
  • Ten year market forecasts for opportunities related to 3D printing hardware, materials, software, and print services in the areas of O&P and audiology markets, including breakouts by print technology forecasts of revenue and unit sales, install bases, material shipments by class and polymer/alloy family, services revenues by segment, and more

 

AM/3DP technologies are bringing serious disruptive potential in O&P through their ability to completely bypass much of the traditional supply constraints for prosthetic devices which limit the ability of amputees to gain access to a prosthetic. Meanwhile, market dynamics in the hearing aid industry continue to shift, and through recent innovations in 3D printing technologies in photopolymerization and metal powder bed fusion segments, the scales may be tipped towards strong continued penetration of 3D printing in audiology.

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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Chapter One: Characterizing 3D Printing Technology in Selected Medical Devices: Prosthetics, Orthotics, and Audiology  
1.1 Major Trends in Medical 3D Printing Relevant to Medical Device Development and Production   
1.1.1 Integration of 3D Technologies Directly into Primary Healthcare Environments
1.1.2 Development of Application Specific 3D Printing Materials and Solutions       
1.2 Defining Value Propositions for 3D Printing Technology in Various Medical Device Segments       
1.2.1 Socioeconomic Factors Launch 3D Printing as a Promising Production Tool for Medical Devices in the Third World     
1.2.2 Printer Hardware Innovations to be Applied to Medical Device Manufacturing in Hearing Aids, Orthotics     
1.3 Summary of Penetration Analysis for 3D Printing in Medical Device Segments  
1.4 The Role of Tertiary Technology – Software and Scanning        
1.5 Market Observations, Outlook, and Growth Projections

Chapter Two: 3D Printing of Limb and Other Medical Prosthetics
2.1 Review of Value Proposition for 3D Printing in Prosthetic Devices      
2.1.1 Digitizing the Traditional Prosthetics Fabrication Process Chain
2.1.1.1 Optimizing the Impression Process
2.1.1.2 Fabrication Techniques for Sockets   
2.1.2 Cost Comparisons for Printed Prosthetics versus Traditional Methods        
2.2 Specific Application Segments in Prosthetics with Commercial Potential      
2.2.1 Upper Extremity Prosthetics – Arms, Hands, and Fingers        
2.2.2 Lower Extremity Prosthetics – Legs and Feet 
2.2.3 Facial and Breast Prosthetics
2.3 Print Technologies and Materials for Production of Prosthetics  
2.3.1 Material Extrusion Technologies and Materials
2.3.1.1 Materials for Extrusion 3D Printing and Prosthetics
2.3.1.2 Hardware Pricing Trends
2.3.2 Polymer Powder Bed Fusion Technologies and Materials        
2.3.3 Light-Cure Processes and Materials (Photopolymerization and Material Jetting)      
2.3.4 Metal Powder Bed Fusion Technologies and Materials        
2.4 Extremity Prosthetic Devices, Markets and Adoption of 3D Printing Technologies     
2.4.1 Business Models and Go-to-Market Strategies for 3D Printing of Limb Prosthetics versus Facial and Other Prosthetics        
2.5 Outlook and Penetration Analysis for 3D Printing in Prosthetic Devices 

Chapter Three: 3D Printing of Hearing Aids and Audiology Devices       
3.1 Current State of 3D Printing Technologies in Hearing Aid and Audiology Device Market    
3.1.1 Review of Value Proposition for 3D Printing Technology for Hearing Aid Production        
3.1.2 Current Competitive Makeup of Hearing Aid Market and 3D Printing Deployments 
3.1.3 Segmentation of Hearing Aid Market by Product Type        
3.1.3.1 Shifting Back to Custom Products     
3.1.3.2 Increasing Penetration in Traditionally Non-Custom Products     
3.1.3.3 Production Forecasts for Printed Hearing Aids      
3.2 Print Technologies and Materials for the Production of Hearing Aid Shells and Custom Audiology Devices  
3.2.1 Traditional Photopolymerization Technologies
3.2.2 Next-Generation Photopolymerization Technologies 
3.2.3 Metal Powder Bed Fusion Technology   
3.3 Business Considerations and Learning Points from the Hearing Aid Industry for Medical 3D Printing Disruption    
3.3.1 Digital Disruption and 3D Printing Technologies      
3.3.2 Shifting Focus to Long-Term Design Innovations     
3.4 Outlook and Penetration Analysis for 3D Printing in Hearing Aids and Audiology

Chapter Four: 3D Printing of Orthotic Devices – Insoles and Braces
4.1 Review of Value Proposition for 3D Printing for Orthotic Devices      
4.1.1 Digital Manufacturing Disrupts Analog Fabrication Process in Orthotic Devices
4.1.1.1 Analog Processes for Ankle-Foot Orthotics  
4.1.1.2 Innovation Through Digital Processes
4.1.2 Tailorable Characteristics in Insoles Provide Custom Performance
4.2 Segmenting 3DP Orthotic Applications by Commercial Relevance   
4.2.1 Ankle-Foot Orthotic Braces        
4.2.2 Medical Insoles      
4.3 Print Technologies and Materials for Orthotics   
4.3.1 Composite Materials and Additive Manufacturing for Ankle-Foot Orthotics       
4.3.2 Technologies and Materials for Printed Orthotic Insoles        
4.4 Orthotic Devices Market and Adoption of 3D Printing Technologies
4.4.1 Disrupting Podiatry through a Distributed Digital Manufacturing Chain       
4.4.2 3D Printing Blurring Traditional Lines Between Medical Products and Consumer Products       
4.5 Outlook and Penetration Analysis for 3D Printing in Orthotic Devices      

Chapter Five: Ten-Year Opportunity Forecasts for 3D Printing in Selected Medical Device Segments 
5.1 Discussion of Methodology and Assumptions    
5.2 Contextual Medical 3D Printing Opportunities   
5.3 3D Printing Hardware Market Opportunities in Selected Segments   
5.3.1 Low-Cost 3D Printer Hardware Analysis in Selected Markets      
5.4 3D Print Material Opportunities Resulting from Orthotic, Prosthetic, and Audiology Applications
5.4.1 Material Forecasts by Market Subsegment     
5.5 3D Printing Services and Software Opportunities in Prosthetics, Orthotics, and Audiology  

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

List of Exhibits
Exhibit 1-1: The Role of Healthcare 3D Printing in the Global Additive Manufacturing Market  
Exhibit 1-2: Summary of Value Proposition for 3D Printing Technologies in Medical Device Segments     
Exhibit 1-3: 3D Printing Penetration Estimates for Custom Insole Market, by Impact Category, 2014-2027      
Exhibit 1-4: Total Projected Revenue Opportunities for 3D Printing in Selected Medical Device Markets, by Category, 2014-2027  
Exhibit 1-5: Total Projected Market Value of Selected 3D Printed Medical Device Components, by Application Type, 2014-2027  
Exhibit 2-1: Total Process Chain for Fabrication of Lower Extremity Prosthetic Interface   
Exhibit 2-2: Cost Estimates for Various Prosthetic Devices
Exhibit 2-3: Example of Component Level Costs for Advanced Lower Extremity Prosthetic       
Exhibit 2-4: Projected Production Volumes for 3D Printed Upper Extremity Prosthetic Devices, All Types, 2014-2027
Exhibit 2-5: Critical Factors Affecting Prosthetic Interface Design and Manufacturing        
Exhibit 2-6: Projected Production Volumes for 3D Printed Lower Extremity Prosthetic Devices, All Types, 2014-2027
Exhibit 2-7: Summary of Early Stage Direct Silicone 3D Printing Processes for Commercial Use  
Exhibit 2-8: Projected Production Volumes for 3D Printed Facial Prosthetic Devices, All Types, 2014-2027     
Exhibit 2-9: Current and Projected Material Extrusion Hardware Average Selling Price, Medical 3D Printing Applications, 2015-2027 
Exhibit 2-10: Current and Projected Polymer Powder Bed Fusion Hardware Average Selling Price, Medical 3D Printing Applications, 2015-2027 
Exhibit 2-11: Summary of Current Go to Market Strategies for 3D-Printed Prosthetics    
Exhibit 2-12: Estimated Ten-Year Production Penetration of 3D Printing in Prosthetic Limbs and Facial Devices, 2014-2027        
Exhibit 3-1: Summary of Value Proposition for 3D Printing in Hearing Aids
Exhibit 3-2: Major Market Leaders in Hearing Aid Production and Known Printer Deployments
Exhibit 3-3: Summary of Segment Driven Adoption Scenarios for 3D Printing Technology in Hearing Aid Markets  
Exhibit 3-4: Projected Production Volume of 3D Printed Hearing Aid Shells and Components, by Material, 2014-2027        
Exhibit 3-5: Average Selling Price for Metal Powder Bed Fusion Technologies in Medical 3D Printing Markets, All Products, 2015-2027  
Exhibit 3-6: Estimated Ten Year Production Penetration of 3D Printing in Hearing Aid and Audiology Devices, 2014-2027
Exhibit 4-1: Current Development Opportunities for Ankle-Foot Orthotic Manufacturing Processes       
Exhibit 4-2: Ankle-Foot Orthotic Device Variations and Design for Manufacturing Considerations       
Exhibit 4-3: Projected Production Volumes for 3D Printed Orthotic Braces, 2014-2027      
Exhibit 4-4: Summary of Competitors Active in 3D Printed Orthotic Insoles    
Exhibit 4-5: Projected Production Volumes for 3D Printed Orthotic Insoles, 2014-2027     
Exhibit 4-6: Considerations for AFO Material Selection and Manufacturing      
Exhibit 4-7: Illustration of Impacts to Industry Models in Podiatry Resulting from 3D Printing Adoption
Exhibit 4-8: Projected 3D Printed Penetration In Custom Orthotic Insole Manufacturing by Production, 2014-2027  
Exhibit 4-9: Projected 3D Printed Penetration In Lower Extremity Orthotic Brace Manufacturing by Production, 2014-2027 
Exhibit 5-1: Comparison of Total Medical AM/3DP Revenue Opportunities, by Category, 2014-2027(e)   
Exhibit 5-2: Total Projected 3DP Orthotics, Prosthetics, and Audiology Revenue Opportunities, by Region, 2014-2027(e)        
Exhibit 5-3: Projected Hardware Revenue for All Audiology and O&P Applications, 2014-2027(e)
Exhibit 5-4: Projected Hardware Revenues for Orthotic and Prosthetic Markets, 2014-2027(e)      
Exhibit 5-5: Projected Hardware Revenues for Audiology Markets, 2014-2027(e)   
Exhibit 5-6: Projected Hardware Unit Sales for All Audiology and O&P Applications, 2014-2027(e)  
Exhibit 5-7: Projected Hardware Unit Sales for Orthotic and Prosthetic Markets, 2014-2027(e)      
Exhibit 5-8: Projected Hardware Unit Sales for Audiology Markets, 2014-2027(e)   
Exhibit 5-9: Total 3D Printer Installations in Orthotics, Prosthetics, and Audiology Markets, by Technology, 2014-2027(e)      
Exhibit 5-10: Projected Material Extrusion Hardware Unit Sales by Printer Class, All Segments, 2014-2027(e)        
Exhibit 5-11: Projected Photopolymerization Hardware Unit Sales by Printer Class, All Segments, 2014-2027(e)
Exhibit 5-12: Projected 3D Print Material Revenues Resulting from Printed Orthotics, Prosthetics, and Audiology Devices, by Material Family, 2014-2027(e)  
Exhibit 5-13: Projected 3D Print Material Shipments by Weight Resulting from Printed Orthotics, Prosthetics, and Audiology Devices, by Material Family, 2014-2027(e)   
Exhibit 5-14: Aggregated Primary and Secondary Print Material Revenue Opportunities in Selected Segments, Including Print Service Provider Consumption, 2014-2027(e)
Exhibit 5-15: Projected Thermoplastic Filament Material Revenue Opportunities Resulting from 3D Printed Orthotics and Prosthetics, by Polymer Group, 2014-2027(e)        
Exhibit 5-16: Projected Thermoplastic Powder Material Revenue Opportunities Resulting from 3D Printed Orthotics and Prosthetics, by Polymer Group, 2014-2027(e)        
Exhibit 5-17: Projected Photopolymer Material Revenue Opportunities, by Segment and Technology, 2014-2027(e)        
Exhibit 5-18: Projected Metal Powder Material Revenue Opportunities in Orthotics and Prosthetics, by Alloy family, 2014-2027(e)       
Exhibit 5-19: Projected Metal Powder Material Revenue Opportunities in Audiology Markets, by Alloy family, 2014-2027(e)      
Exhibit 5-20: Total Projected Outsourced 3D Printing Service Revenue Opportunities in O&P and Audiology Markets, by Application Group, 2014-2027(e)       
Exhibit 5-21: Total Projected 3D Printing Service Revenue Opportunities in O&P and Audiology Markets, by Region, 2014-2027(e)      
Exhibit 5-22: Total Projected 3D Printing Software Revenue Opportunities in O&P and Audiology Markets, by Tool Functionality, 2014-2027(e)     

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