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3D印刷用複合材料市場 2018年

3D Printed Composites Materials Markets – 2018

 

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SmarTech Markets Publishing
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2018年12月US$4,995
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米国調査会社スマーテックマーケッツパブリッシング(SmarTech Markets Publishing)は、主要な3D印刷技術におけるカーボンファイバー(炭素繊維)やグラスファイバー(ガラス繊維)などの強化熱可塑性材料などの複合材料に継続的に注目してきている。調査レポート「3D印刷用複合材料市場 2018年」は、現在の3D印刷用の複合材料の市場動向を総合的に分析している。複合材料市場や付加製造(積層造形)市場に投資しようとする企業にとってのビジネスチャンスに注目し、主要技術や材料の詳細な位置付けや潜在市場、航空宇宙、自動車、医療、エネルギー、海運、消費者製品セクターなどの初期に採用されるセグメントにおけるすべてのAM企業で採用の可能性のある複合材料などについて記載している。

Description

SmarTech Publishing is seeing continuing interest and development activities around 3D printed composites, reinforced thermoplastic materials – primarily carbon fiber and glass fiber – in major 3D printing technologies. Since our previously issued 2016 report was published, several changes have occurred which are further consolidating the 3D printed composites segment.

This report analyzes these trends providing a complete, highly accurate and current panoramic of the 3D printed composites market today. The primary objective of this report is to highlight the most relevant business opportunities that lie ahead for companies that are invested in either the composite material or additive manufacturing markets, as well as provide a detailed map of the key technologies and materials – as well as their business potential – to all major potential composite AM adopters in the primary adoption segments, including key industries such as aerospace, automotive, medical, energy, marine and consumer goods sectors.

In order to do this to the highest accuracy, SmarTech has conducted interviews and market research to analyze the major technologies able to process composites today and their possible evolutions in terms of both fiber reinforcement materials (primarily carbon and glass fiber) and support (or matrix) materials (primarily thermopolymers in pellet, filament or powder form).

As the AM industry as a whole, and the 3D printed composites segment in particular, moves toward final part production, SmarTech leveraged its extensive market-leading hardware and material database to provide the first ever assessment of the revenue opportunity that is expected to emerge from prototype, tools and end-use part production of additively manufactured composite parts. These elements will enable readers to gain the most up to date and clear understanding of the composite AM industry today.

Key companies included in this report include • +Lab/moi composites, 3D Fortify, 3D Systems, 3DXTech, Advanc3D Materials, Arevo Labs, Autodesk, BASF, CEAD Group, Cincinnati Inc., Continuous Composites 3D, CRP Group, EOS, Farsoon, Hexcel, HP, Impossible Objects, Ingersoll, Markforged, Prodways, Ricoh, SABIC, Siemens, Stratasys, Thermwood.



目次

Chapter One: The Evolving Role of Composite Materials in 3D Printing

1.1 SmarTech Publishing’s 2016 Report on Composites
1.2 Which Composites for Additive Manufacturing
1.3 Key Drivers for Composite Additive Manufacturing
1.4 Primary Applications of 3D-printed Composite Parts
1.5 Primary Types of Reinforcements for Composites Used in AM
1.6 Composite Materials in 3D Printing
1.6.1 Long and Short Fiber Composites in Material Extrusion Processes
1.6.2 Short Fiber Composites in Powder Bed Fusion
1.7 Key Trends in the Evolution of 3D Printing Technologies for Composites
1.7.1 Evolution of Composite Additive Manufacturing
1.7.2 Developments in Production-grade 3D Printers for Composites
1.7.2.1 Short Fiber Composites for Large Format Extrusion
1.7.2.2 Lamination Technologies for Composites
1.7.3 Open Materials Technologies (SLS, FFF) Having a Significant Impact on Accelerating Adoption of Composite AM
1.8 Notable Trends in Major Adopting Industries for 3D-printed Composites
1.8.1 Transportation Industry Targeting New, Higher Volume Composite Applications
1.8.2 Prosthetics and Orthotics (O&P) Industry Searching for Digital Solutions for Carbon Fiber
1.8.3 3D-printed Tools: The Current Sweet Spot for 3D-printed Composites
1.8.4 When Will 3D-printed Composite Parts Become Common?
1.8.5 Specialty Nanocomposite Photocurable Resins for the Dental Sector
1.9 Forecasting Methodology
1.10 Summary of Ten-year Forecasts for 3D-printed Composites
1.11 Key Points from this Chapter

Chapter Two: Analysis of Composite Print Technologies and Associated Markets

2.1 Outlook for Adoption of Composite AM Technologies
2.2 Use of Continuous Fiber Composites with 3D Printing Technologies
2.2.1 3D-printed Lay-up Tooling for Composites
2.2.2 3D-printed Sacrificial Tooling for Composites
2.2.3 Fiber Patch Placement (FPP)
2.2.4 Continuous Fiber Fabrication (CFF)
2.2.5 Long Fiber Composites in Pneumatic Extrusion
2.3 Established Dedicated 3D Printing Technologies for Chopped Fiber Composites
2.3.1 Filament-based Systems
2.3.1.1 Stratasys FDM Systems for Composites
2.3.1.2 Other Dedicated FFF Systems for Composites
2.3.2 Pellet-based Systems
2.4 Other Emerging Technologies for AM of Composites
2.4.1 Lamination-based
2.4.2 Binder Jetting of Composites
2.4.3 Stereolithography-based
2.5 Ten-year Forecasts of Composite AM Hardware by Printing Technology
2.5.1 Forecast of Material Extrusion Hardware in Composite AM
2.5.2 Forecast of Material Polymer Powder Bed Fusion (PBF) Hardware in Composite AM
2.6 Key Points from this Chapter

Chapter Three: Materials Used in Composite Additive Manufacturing and Their Applications

3.1 Chopped Fiber Composite Filaments for Extrusion 3D Printing Technologies
3.1.1 Evolution of Chopped Carbon Fiber Reinforced Composite Filaments
3.1.1.1 Stratasys Nylon 12CF
3.1.1.2 Open Materials CFRP Filaments
3.1.1.3 Nanocomposite Filaments
3.1.2 Evolution of Chopped Glass Fiber Reinforced Composite Filaments
3.2 Chopped Fiber Composite Pellet Materials for Extrusion 3D Printing Technologies
3.3 Composite Materials for Powder Bed Fusion Technologies
3.3.1 Development of Thermoplastic Powder Composite Materials for Powder Bed Fusion Technologies
3.3.3.1 First-party Composite Materials for SLS
3.3.3.2 Third-party Composite Materials for SLS
3.1.3.3 The Key Role of New Entries in PBF Market
3.3.2 Benefits and Limits of Chopped-fiber Composites in PBF
3.3.3 How New Plastic Powder Bed Fusion Additive Technologies will Affect the Composite Industry
3.3.3.1 Multi Jet Fusion Opportunities for Composites
3.3.3.2 Desktop SLS Opportunities for New Composite Materials
3.4 Composite Materials for Vat Photopolymerization Technologies
3.4.1 Composite Photopolymerization 3D Printing Applications
3.4.2 Development of New Composite Materials for Photopolymerization
3.5 3D Printing with Nanocomposites
3.5.1 Carbon Nanotubes (CNT) in Additive Manufacturing
3.5.1.1 Commercially Available CNT Composites Used in Additive Manufacturing
3.5.1.2 Considerations for Graphene and Other Carbon Nanofibers in 3D Printing
3.6 Ten-year Forecast of 3D-printed Composite Material Output and Revenues
3.6.1 Output of 3D-printed Composite Materials in Thermoplastic Filaments and Pellets
3.6.2 Output of 3D-printed Composite Material Sales in Thermoplastic Powder
3.6.3 Output of 3D-printed Composite Materials Sales by Reinforcement Type
3.7 Ten-year Forecast of 3D-printed Composite Materials and Sales by Vertical Market
3.7.1 Output of 3D-printed Composite Material Sales in Aerospace
3.7.1.1 Composite Extrusion Materials in Aerospace AM
3.7.1.2 Composite Powders in Aerospace AM
3.7.2 Output of 3D-printed Composite Material Sales in Automotive
3.7.2.1 Composite Extrusion Materials in Automotive
3.7.2.2 Composite Powders in Automotive AM
3.7.3 Output of 3D-printed Composite Material Sales in Medical Applications
3.7.3.1 Composite Extrusion Materials in Medical AM
3.7.3.2 Composite Powders in Medical AM
3.7.4 Output of 3D-printed Composite Material Sales in Service Bureaus
3.7.4.1 Composite Extrusion Materials in AM Service Bureaus
3.7.4.2 Composite Powders in AM Service Bureaus
3.7.5 Output of 3D-printed Composite Material Sales in Other Industrial Segments
3.7.5.1 Composite Extrusion Materials in Other AM Segments
3.7.5.2 Composite Powders in Other AM Segments
3.8 Key Points from This Chapter
 

Chapter Four: Applications and Value Chain Considerations for AM of Composites

4.1 Analysis and Forecast of Composite AM Parts
4.2 The Carbon Fiber AM Opportunity
4.2.1 Applications for Carbon Fiber in Thermal Extrusion Technologies
4.2.1.1 Applications for Carbon Fiber in Thermal Extrusion Technologies
4.2.1.2 Applications for Carbon Fiber in Sacrificial Tooling Applications
4.2.1.3 Continuous Fiber Thermal Extrusion Applications for Carbon Fiber
4.2.1.4 Filament-based Chopped Carbon Fiber Composite Applications
4.2.1.5 Chopped Fiber Pellet-Based Thermal Extrusion Applications
4.2.2 Applications for Carbon Fiber in SLS
4.2.2.1 Hybridization of 3D Printing and Continuous Fiber Composites at KTM Technologies
4.2.3 Supply Chain Considerations for Carbon Fiber
4.2.3.1 Global Carbon Fiber Suppliers and Their Exposure in AM
4.2.4 Future Outlook for Carbon Fiber Reinforced Additively Manufactured (CFR-AM) Parts
4.3 The Glass Fiber AM Opportunity
4.3.1 Applications for Glass Fiber in Thermal Extrusion
4.3.2 Applications for Glass Fiber in Powder Bed Fusion
4.3.3 Supply Chain Considerations for Glass Fiber
4.3.4 Future Outlook for Glass Fiber Composite Applications in 3D Printing
4.4 Other Reinforcements AM Opportunities
4.4.1 Carbon Nanotube Composite Applications
4.4.2 Aramid Fiber Applications
4.4.3 Future Outlook for Other Fiber Composite Materials in 3D Printing
4.5 Key Points from This Chapter

About SmarTech Publishing
About the Analyst
Key Composite AM Market Stakeholders Included in this Report
Acronyms and Abbreviations Used In this Report

 

List of Exhibits

Exhibit 1-1: Types of Fiber Reinforcements
Exhibit 1-2: Types of Composite Materials, Technologies and Applications
Exhibit 1-3: Leading Nano Composite Filament Products for Thermal Extrusion Systems
Exhibit 1-4: History of Composite 3D Printing: Highlights
Exhibit 1-5: Impossible Objects’ CBAM Process
Exhibit 1-6: Total Composite Systems Unit Sales by Market 2018—2028
Exhibit 1-7: Applications for AM Composites in Motorsports and Automotive
Exhibit 1-8: Composite 3D Printing for Tooling and Low-volume Production
Exhibit 1-9: A timeline for Adoption of AM in Composite Manufacturing
Exhibit 1-10: Total Composite AM Market Forecast for Yearly Generated Revenues ($USM) 2018 - 2028
Exhibit 2-1: Composite AM Technologies Considered in This Report
Exhibit 2-2: Industrial Composite AM Technologies, Applications and Status
Exhibit 2-3: Benefits and Requirements of Using FDM for Lay Up Tooling
Exhibit 2-4: Benefits and Requirements of Using FDM for Sacrificial Tooling
Exhibit 2-5: Markforged Fiber and Polymer Materials for CFF
Exhibit 2-6: Dedicated Composite Filament 3D Printers
Exhibit 2-7: Large Format Additive Manufacturing Systems (LFAM)
Exhibit 2-8: SLCOM1 Preliminary Technical Specifications
Exhibit 2-9: SLCOM1 Supported Polymer Matrix Materials
Exhibit 2-10: Forecast of Composite AM Specialty Systems Units Sold 2018 - 2028
Exhibit 2-11: Forecast of Composite AM System Revenues ($USM) 2018– 2028
Exhibit 2-12: Composite AM Extrusion Specialty Systems Units Sold by Market Segment
Exhibit 2-13: Composite AM Extrusion Specialty Systems Sales ($USM) by Market Segment
Exhibit 2-14: Powder Bed Fusion-based Composite Systems Units and $ Base
Exhibit 2-15: PBF Hardware Revenues by Market ($USM)
Exhibit 3-1: Visual Map of Composite Additive Manufacturing Technologies by Reinforcement and Matrix Materials Used
Exhibit 3-2: Chopped Carbon Fiber Composite Filament Products for Thermal Extrusion*
Exhibit 3-3: Chopped Fiber Composite Filament Products for Thermal Extrusion
Exhibit 3-4: Pellet-based Composite Materials for Additive Manufacturing
Exhibit 3-5: Available Composite Powder Materials for SLS*
Exhibit 3-6: Nanomaterials Applications/Opportunities in AM
Exhibit 3-7: Total Composite AM Material Revenues ($USM) by Reinforcement and Support Type 2018- 2028
Exhibit 3-8: Forecasted CAGR by Composite AM Materials Segment
Exhibit 3-9: Total Composite AM Material Revenues ($USM) by Support Type 2018- 2028
Exhibit 3-10: Total Composite Extrusion Material Demand by Support Type (00s Kg) 2018 - 2028
Exhibit 3-11: Total Composite Extrusion Material Revenues ($USM) by Reinforcement and Support Type 2018- 2028
Exhibit 3-12: Total Composite PBF Material Revenues ($USM) by Reinforcement Type 2018- 2028
Exhibit 3-13: PBF Composite Materials Revenues by Type ($USM) 2018-2028
Exhibit 3-14: Total Composite PBF Material Demand (00s of Kg) by Reinforcement Type 2018- 2028
Exhibit 3-15: Total Carbon Fiber Composite Material Revenues ($USM) by Support Type 2018- 2028
Exhibit 3-16: Total Glass Fiber Composite Material Revenues ($USM) by Support Type 2018- 2028
Exhibit 3-17: Total Other Fiber and CNT Composite Material Revenues ($USM) by Support Type 2018- 2028
Exhibit 3-18: Forecasted CAGR for Composite Materials Revenues in AM by Industrial Application Segment For 10 Year Forecast Period (2018 – 2028)
Exhibit 3-19: All Composite Thermoplastic Materials Revenues in Aerospace ($USM) 2018 - 2028
Exhibit 3-20: All Composite Thermoplastic Materials Demand in Aerospace (00s Kg) 2018 - 2028
Exhibit 3-21: Composite Filament and Pellet Revenues in Aerospace ($USM) 2018 - 2028
Exhibit 3-22: Composite Filament and Pellet Demand in Aerospace (00s Kg) 2018 - 2028
Exhibit 3-23: Composite Powder Materials Revenues in Aerospace (US$M) 2018 - 2028
Exhibit 3-24: Composite Powder Materials Demand in Aerospace (00s Kg)
Exhibit 3-25: All Composite Thermoplastic Material Revenues in Automotive ($USM) 2018 - 2028
Exhibit 3-26: All Composite Thermoplastic Materials Demand in Automotive (00s Kg) 2018 - 2028
Exhibit 3-27: Composite Extrusion Materials Revenues in Automotive ($USM) 2018 - 2028
Exhibit 3-28: Composite Extrusion Materials Demand in Automotive (00s Kg)
Exhibit 3-29: Composite Powder Materials Revenues in Automotive ($USM)
Exhibit 3-30: Composite Powder Materials Demand in Automotive (00s Kg) 2018 - 2028
Exhibit 3-31: All Composite Thermoplastic Materials Revenues in Medical ($USM) 2018 -2028
Exhibit 3-32: All Composite Thermoplastic Materials Demand in Medical (00s Kg) 2018 - 2028
Exhibit 3-33: Composite Extrusion Materials Revenues in Medical (US$M) 2018 - 2028
Exhibit 3-34: Composite Extrusion Materials Output in Medical (00s Kg) 2018 - 2028
Exhibit 3-35: Composite Powder Materials Revenues in Medical (US$M) 2018 - 2028
Exhibit 3-36: Composite Powder Materials Output in Medical (00s Kg) 2018 - 2028
Exhibit 3-37: All Composite Thermoplastics Revenues in Service Bureaus ($USM) 2018 - 2028
Exhibit 3-38: All Composite Thermoplastics Demand in Service Bureaus (00s Kg) 2018 - 2028
Exhibit 3-39: Composite Extrusion Materials Revenues in Service Bureaus ($USM) 2018 - 2028
Exhibit 3-40: Composite Extrusion Materials Demand in Service Bureaus (00s of Kg) 2018 - 2028
Exhibit 3-41: Composite Powder Revenues in Service Bureaus ($USM) 2018 - 2028
Exhibit 3-42: Composite Powder Materials Demand in Service Bureaus (00s Kg)
Exhibit 3-43: All Composite Thermoplastic Revenues in Other Industries ($USM) 2018 - 2028
Exhibit 3-44: All Composite Thermoplastic Demand in Other Industries (00s Kg) 2018 - 2028
Exhibit 3-45: Composite Extrusion Materials Revenues Other Industries ($USM) 2018 - 2028
Exhibit 3-46: Composite Extrusion Materials Demand in Other Industries (00s Kg)
Exhibit 3-47: Composite Powder Materials Revenues in Other Industries ($USM)
Exhibit 3-48: Composite Powder Demand in Other Industries (00s Kg) 2018 - 2028
Exhibit 4-1: Total Composite AM Parts Revenues ($USM) 2018 – 2028 by AM Part Type
Exhibit 4-2: Composite AM Part Trends ($USM Revenue Growth) 2018 – 2028 by AM Part Type
Exhibit 4-3: Composite AM Part Trends ($USM Revenue Growth) 2018 – 2028 by AM Part Type
Exhibit 4-4: Applications/Opportunities for Carbon Fiber in AM
Exhibit 4-5: A Comparison of Carbon Fiber Composite AM Part Revenues by Part Type ($USM) 2018 - 2028
Exhibit 4-6: Total Carbon Fiber Composites AM Parts Revenues ($USM) 2018 - 2028
Exhibit 4-7: Applications/Opportunities for Glass Fiber in AM
Exhibit 4-8: Comparison of Carbon Fiber Composite AM Part Revenues by Part Type ($USM) 2018 - 2028
Exhibit 4-9: Glass Fiber Composites AM Parts Revenues by Part Type ($USM) 2018 – 2028
Exhibit 4-10: Other Fiber Applications/Opportunities in AM
Exhibit 4-11: Other Fiber Composite in AM Revenues US$M (2018 – 2028)

 

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SmarTech Publishing: 3D-Printed Composites Market Set to Take Off in 2017; $580 million in Materials Revenues Expected by 2026

Charlottesville, Virginia:  SmarTech Publishing has just released a new 160-page report showing where the money will be made through the 3D-printing composites.  This report, “3D-Printed Composite Materials Markets – 2017:  An Opportunity Analysis and Ten-Year Forecast,” identifies and quantifies the commercial opportunities presented by implementation of fiber-reinforced composite and nanocomposite materials for 3D printing in major manufacturing sectors.  According to the report, total revenues from 3D-printing composites will reach $580 million by 2026.

About the Report:

SmarTech Publishing is seeing growing interest and development activities around the use of composites within the 3D printing/additive manufacturing (3DP/AM) community.  We believe that such developments are creating new revenue generation opportunities within the 3DP/AM sector as well as in the composites industry itself.  3D-printed composites offer the opportunity to grow the composites out of its
current labor-intensive manufacturing processes for production of final parts in the automotive, aerospace, medical and consumer goods industries. 

This new report provides estimates of the revenue potential from 3D-printing composites by examining both actual fabrication and notable R&D. Among the materials analyzed from a 3D printing perspective are continuous fiber composites, long-fiber composites, short fiber composites and nanocomposites. Powder bed fusion (PBF) technologies are already fairly established in the composites area, but new 3DP/AM technologies are also beginning to emerge in this area. This report also takes a look at the evolution of production grade 3D-printers.

Ten-year forecasts of 3D-printed composite activity are provided for each primary adoption segment (aerospace, automotive, medical, service bureau and other industries) with breakouts by type of printers, material types, and 3DP technologies.  Both revenues ($ millions) and volumes (Kg) are forecasted.

In addition, this report provides an in-depth look at the product/market of the leading firms and startups that are now pursuing the composite AM opportunity.  Leading companies in this space that are profiled in this report include:  3D Systems, 3DXTech, Arevo Labs, Black Magic 3D, Cincinnati Incorporated, Composite Manufacturing, DWS, DeltaMed, Advanc3D Materials, colorFabb, CRP Group, EnvisionTEC, EOS, Graphene Labs, HP, Prodways, Proto-pasta, Stratasys, and TreeDFilaments.

Today the use of composites in additive manufacturing is limited.  But the upcoming launch of several new technologies able to implement both continuous fiber composites and aligned chopped fiber composites indicates that the industry is about to enter a new graph phase.  SmarTech Publishing believes that AM is now viewed in the composites industry as way to streamline and automate manufacturing processes, without sacrificing the benefits offered by composites in terms of weight optimization and strength.

All of these developments, we believe, are positive for the future of 3D-printed composites.  As a result, this report will be essential reading for marketing, business development and manufacturing managers to discover where the opportunities are in this evolving market.

From the Report:

Composite powders for powder-bed fusion technologies have been available for a decade and will remain important over the next ten years too.  Even by 2026, glass fiber reinforced nylon powder for PBF applications will account for 34 percent of 3D-printed composites.  Another 18 percent is expected to derive from shipments of carbon fiber. 

SmarTech believes that sales of polymer PBF systems will continue to grow gradually until the end of 2017 and then begin a period of stronger expansion due to increasing use of such systems for “custom” work.

Extrusion-based systems for composites are expected to take off in 2022, however, and by that year the install base of extrusion composite systems will be trending up towards 4,000 systems, reaching more than 6,000 systems by 2026.  This growth will occur despite the fact that 3D-printed composites in the automotive sector -- potentially the largest for adoption of composite AM manufacturing over the long term – are expected to be confined to luxury, motorsports and custom, high-end
production.

Demand for both composite filament and pellet demand is anticipated to grow substantially over the next decade as shown in the Exhibit below.

 

Carbon fiber is the primary opportunity in composite thermoplastic pellets. However,
glass fiber composite filaments and pellets are also expected to grow significantly in terms of use. Other materials such as nanoceramics and Aramid fibers are also expected to play a minor role in the composite AM landscape. Carbon nanotubes (CNTs) may also have a niche role to play here. 

About SmarTech Publishing:

Since 2013 SmarTech Publishing has published reports on all the important revenue opportunities in the 3D printing/additive manufacturing sector and is considered the leading industry analyst firm providing coverage of this sector.

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