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review 2019-07-18 09:25
Additive Manufacturing Market is estimated to reach $16.9 billion by 2023

According to the report published by IndustryARC titled “Additive Manufacturing Market Analysis: By Technology (3D Printing, Laser Sintering, Stereo lithography & Others); By Material Type (Homogeneous, Heterogeneous) By Application (Automotive, Medical and Aerospace) & Geography – Forecast (2018 – 2023),” the Additive market is forecast to reach $16.9 billion by 2023.

 

Browse 63 Market Tables, and 177 Figures spread through 180 Pages and go through an in-depth TOC on “Additive Manufacturing Market”

 

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As per the recent study from IndustryARC, the additive manufacturing market is estimated to reach $16.9 billion by 2023 and grow at CAGR 17.5% during 2018-2023. The growing emphasis towards lightweight automotive components with complex geometries for reducing exhaust emissions has been poised to drive the additive manufacturing market during the period 2018-2023.

 

The Additive Manufacturing market is all set to exhibit robust growth owing to the increasing applications in medical, aerospace and automotive industries. However, higher costs of the devices such as 3D Printers, ancillary equipment, and so on which are involved in additive manufacturing technologies have restricted the growth of the global Additive Manufacturing market to a certain extent.

 

With a market share of around 20%, the automotive industry is leading the end user segment for additive manufacturing. With an increased number of startups and provision of 3D printing services and products at an extremely low cost, North America has dominated the Additive Manufacturing market in 2018 with a market share of 35%.

Asia-Pacific is expected to be the fastest growing region for the Additive Manufacturing market during the forecast period with a huge market share particularly in China due to the development and usage of 3D printing technology for mass manufacturing in Aviation and medical industry verticals. The growth of the Additive Manufacturing market in the APAC region has accelerated due to the increase in the adoption of 3D printing technology, laser sintering, and stereolithography technologies.

 

Several innovative shapes and designs can be created using additive manufacturing technologies which helps in the creation of flexible electronic components. Medical industry is driving the market for Additive manufacturing industry with the 3D printable prosthetics which is the current trend that helps in creation of the artificial parts for amputated body parts.

 

The Major Players in this Market Include

 

Arcam AB
Stratasys Ltd.
Greatbatch Ltd.
Biomedical Modeling Inc.
EOS GmbH Electro Optical Systems

 

Additive Manufacturing companies have utilized mergers and acquisitions as well as product launches as a strategy and enhanced core competencies through additions to product portfolio to gain a foothold in the emerging markets.

 

The various end-user industries covered in the Additive Manufacturing Market report include:

 

Medical devices
Automotive
Aerospace
Others

 

The overall market is also presented from the perspective of different geographic regions and the key countries for this industry. Competitive landscape for each of the product types is highlighted and market players are profiled.

 

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IndustryARC primarily focuses on Cutting Edge Technologies and Newer Applications of the Market. Our Custom Research Services are designed to provide insights into the constant flux in the global demand-supply gap of markets. Our strong analyst team enables us to meet the client research needs at a very quick speed with a variety of options for your business.

 

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quote 2013-06-20 10:19
The idea of machines making machines is a recurring theme in both science fiction stories and serious academic studies. There are probably two reasons for this fascination: One is a practical view of scalability. Creating a machine that can create more machines leverages technology to it's maximum capacity:With no humans in the loop, production is limited only by availability of material, power, and time. The second reason for fascination with this topic may be rooted in a deeper psychological need - one that some might call hubris - our need to create. The natural distinguishes itself from the artificial in that natural creatures can make more creatures but machines cannot. At its core, self-reproduction is the ultimate hallmark of biology. If you can create a machine that can make other machines, you will have attained a new level of creation.
Fabricated: 3D Print Everything from Body Parts to Bicycles... to Dinner - Hod Lipson,Melba Kurman

Fabricated: The New World of 3D Printing p. 280

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quote 2013-06-20 09:49
What will happen in the future, when intelligent computers learn to bridge the gap between what humans need and what multi-material printers can make? The result will be next-generation design software, or what I like to call a "matter compiler."
Fabricated: 3D Print Everything from Body Parts to Bicycles... to Dinner - Hod Lipson,Melba Kurman

Fabricated: The New World of 3D Printing p. 248

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quote 2013-06-20 09:40
It's in the nature of patents that they give a monopoly to whoever holds them for 20 years. James Watt patented various vital aspects of the steam engine. Yet, you look at steam engine development and nothing happened for 20 years during the life of the Watt's patent. When that patent lapsed, there was a great flaring of steam engine innovation and then the industrial evolution. ~ Adrian Bowyer (RapRap)
Fabricated: 3D Print Everything from Body Parts to Bicycles... to Dinner - Hod Lipson,Melba Kurman

Fabricated: The New World of 3D Printing, p. 231

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text 2013-06-06 13:38
Makers: The New Industrial Revolution - Chris Anderson

Great book about forthcoming industrial revolution. Chris Anderson described historical aspects of it and added much more about current Makers movement including adventures with his family. If you would like to know more about fast changing China (very small batches of products can be delivered to almost any adress even private persons) and creating successful internet startup you should definitely read it! The lack of 5th star is caused only because I thought it would contain more links to websites concerning personal fabrication (3d printing).

If you want to know more about it check following websites:


In my humble opinion four the most interesting videos concerning 3d printing:

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