SLA 3Dprinter for metal printing

USB / CHARGE TYPE BATTERY IN BODY / AC100-220V

In this time we are produce of portable SLA 3Dprinter for technology demonstration. This demonstration printer is follow of projection light source and curing of visible photopolymer. Another function is follow of ion printing mode. We will shipping soon of option material tank for printing metal. New type SLA metal 3Dprinter is do not use laser for heat & fuse metal and operation by green energy and quickly. We will push of t-membrane technology for SLA metal printer. We will show our concept in conference with our partner.

Photo machine is for demonstration and build by transparent parts. This is different than normal product.

Metal printer develop kit for professional

Universal form for Metal Ink Cartridge

Vegetable photo polymer resin for SLA 3Dprinter

Mimo Bio Professional is ready for Bio Test

Plan of at attachment for 3D printer

New interface for RP machine control software

Develop of bio printer without any bio lab condition

Develop of printing human organ by Rapid Prototype Technology

Develop of transportation technology for biopolymer with in live cell

Develop of 3D printing human organ by Rapid Prototype Technology in Malaysia

Develop of Rapid Prototype Technology for making human organ

© Biological Process System Technology

For example I/F ARDUINO or GALILEO Gen 2 ( Intel )

Design come from bio technology ( Tissue engineering )

1. Removable laser and resin holder unit. Easy to modify for user original.

2. Connect for ARDUINO and follow of sketch ( Program )

3. Follow of Photo Polymer SLA and Ion Metal SLA and FDM

3D Printer malaysia 3DPrinter US$8/Unit 3DPrinter US$8 / Unit 3DPrinter USD8 3d Printer $8.00 economy 3D Printer Design bio technology ( Tissue engineering ) biotechnology unit for SLA/FDM

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3D Printing Automotive Market by Technology (SLA, SLS, FDM, EBM, LOM, 3DIP), Materials (Metals, Polymers), Application (Prototyping & Tooling, R&D, Manufacturing), and Region – Global Trends and Forecast to 2020

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3D Printing Automotive Market by Technology (SLA, SLS, FDM, EBM, LOM, 3DIP), Materials (Metals, Polymers), Application (Prototyping & Tooling, R&D, Manufacturing), and Region – Global Trends and Forecast to 2020

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The 3D printing market for automotive is estimated to be 3.49 million kilograms in 2015, and is projected to grow to 11.53 million kilograms by 2020, at a CAGR of 26.99%.

Automotive OEMs have begun adopting 3D printing for rapid prototyping, rapid tooling, R&D, and manufacturing complex components. OEMs have a wide range of 3D printing materials to choose from, including metals, alloys, polymers, glass, and composites. The choice of material largely depends on the application. For instance, if an OEM wants to prototype a dashboard for a car, they could use thermoplastic as a print material, as it would offer more flexibility and rigidity, and if they want to prototype an engine component, they could 3D print on steel, which offers a high tolerance to temperature and pressure. Additionally, 3D printing in automotive reduces the time taken to prototype, the length of the supply chain, the cost of prototyping, and raw material wastage; these are also key drivers of the 3D printing in automotive market. Factors restricting the growth of the 3D printing in automotive market are lack of standardization of the control process and fluctuations in the availability and cost of print materials.

This report segments the 3D printing market for automotive on the basis of technology [stereolithography (SLA), laser sintering, electron beam melting (EBM), fused disposition modeling (FDM), laminated object manufacturing (LOM), three dimensional inkjet printing (3IDP), and other technologies], material [polymers, metals/alloys, and others (glass, ceramics, wood, composites)], application [prototyping and tooling, R&D and innovation, manufacturing complex components and others (customization, personalization, aftermarket)], and 3D printer market.

The report classifies and defines the 3D printing market for automotive, in terms of volume and value. Market size, in terms of volume, is provided in thousand kilograms from 2013 to 2020, while the market size, by value, is provided in terms of USD Million.

The 3D printing market for automotive in Europe is estimated to grow at the highest CAGR, by value, of 30.29% from 2015 to 2020.

The report also provides a comprehensive review of market drivers, restraints, opportunities, challenges, and key issues in the 3D printing market for automotive. Apart from analyzing the quantitative aspects of the market, the report also covers qualitative aspects, such as the value chain analysis and Porters Five Forces analysis.

The 3D printing market for automotive is dominated by a few major players, such as 3D Systems (U.S.), Stratasys (U.S.), Optomec (U.S.), ExOne (U.S.), and Arcam (Sweden). The key strategies adopted by these market players are mergers & acquisitions, new product development, and expansion.

1.4.1. YEARS CONSIDERED IN THE REPORT

2.2.2. KEY DATA FROM SECONDARY SOURCES

2.3.1. SAMPLING TECHNIQUES & DATA COLLECTION METHODS

4.1. ATTRACTIVE MARKET OPPORTUNITIES IN 3D PRINTING MARKET FOR AUTOMOTIVE

4.2. STEREO LITHOGRAPHY (SLA) TECHNOLOGY PROJECTED TO DOMINATE THE MARKET AMONG OTHER TECHNOLOGIES FROM 2015 TO 2020 (USD MILLION)

4.3. PROTOTYPING & TOOLING APPLICATION TO DOMINATE THE 3D AUTOMOTIVE PRINTING MARKET IN TERMS OF VALUE

4.4. EUROPE & ASIA-PACIFIC REGIONS TO BE THE FASTEST-GROWING MARKETS IN TERMS OF VALUE FOR 3D PRINTING IN AUTOMOTIVE

4.5. POLYMERS WILL CONTINUE TO BE THE MOST PREFERRED MATERIAL FOR 3D PRINTING BECAUSE OF ITS LIGHTWEIGHT (2020)

4.6. ASIA-PACIFIC REGIONS IS PROJECTED TO GROW AT THE HIGHEST CAGR IN TERMS OF 3D PRINTER SALES FOR AUTOMOTIVE

5.2. OVERVIEW OF GLOBAL 3D PRINTER SALES

6. CURRENT & FUTURE APPLICATION OF 3D PRINTING IN AUTOMOTIVE

6.2. IMPACT OF 3D PRINTING ON AUTOMOTIVE

6.3. APPLICATION OF 3D PRINTING IN AUTOMOTIVE: CURRENT & FUTURE

6.3.2.3. Wheels, tires, & suspensions

7.3.1.1. Reduction in costs & time of rapid prototyping

7.3.1.2. Government investments in 3D printing-related R&D projects

7.3.2.1. Limited availability, high cost, & standardization issues of 3D printing materials

7.3.2.2. Lack of standardized process control

7.3.3.1. Untapped markets for 3D printing applications

7.3.4.1. Limitations in prototyping, printing speed, & material composition

7.4.1. MANUFACTURERS VS. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS & COPYRIGHT ISSUES

7.5.3. BARGAINING POWER OF SUPPLIERS

7.8. 3D PRINTING & GLOBAL SUPPLY CHAIN

8. 3D PRINTING MARKET FOR AUTOMOTIVE, BY APPLICATION

8.3. RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT & INNOVATION

8.4. MANUFACTURING COMPLEX COMPONENTS

9. GLOBAL 3D PRINTING MARKET FOR AUTOMOTIVE, BY TECHNOLOGY

9.1.2.2. Direct metal laser sintering

9.1.5. LAMINATED OBJECT MANUFACTURING

9.1.6. THREE DIMENSIONAL INJECT PRINTING

9.1.7.2. Multiphase jet solidification (MJS)

10. 3D PRINTING MARKET FOR AUTOMOTIVE, BY MATERIAL

11. 3D PRINTING MARKET FOR AUTOMOTIVE, BY REGION

11.6. ASIA-PACIFIC: 3D PRINTING MARKET FOR AUTTOMOTIVE, BY COUNTRY

11.7. EUROPE: 3D PRINTING MARKET FOR AUTOMOTIVE, BY COUNTRY

11.8. NORTH AMERICA: 3D PRINTING MARKET FOR AUTOMOTIVE, BY COUNTRY

11.9. ROW: 3D PRINTING MARKET FOR AUTOMOTIVE, BY COUNTRY

12. 3D PRINTING FOR AUTOMOTIVE APPLICATIONS : CASE STUDIES

12.1. CASE STUDY 1: BAYERISCHE MOTOR WORKS

12.3. CASE STUDY 3: JAGUAR LAND ROVER

13.2. MARKET SHARE ANALYSIS, 3D PRINTING MARKET

13.3. COMPETITIVE SITUATION AND TRENDS

13.7. AGREEMENTS/JOINT VENTURES/PARTNERSHIPS

14. COMPANY PROFILES (Company at a Glance, Recent Financials, Products & Services, Strategies & Insights, & Recent Developments)

*Details on company at a glance, recent financials, products & services, strategies & insights, & recent developments might not be captured in case of unlisted companies.

15.3. INTRODUCING RT: REAL TIME MARKET INTELLIGENCE

15.4.1. 3D PRINTING FOR AEROSPACE INDUSTRY

15.4.2. 3D PRINTER SALES, BY TECHNOLOGY

15.4.3. ANALYSIS OF OEM SPENDING ON 3D PRINTING TECHNOLOGY

TABLE 2: GLOBAL: 3D PRINTER MARKET, BY REGION, 2013-2020 (000 UNITS)

TABLE 3: GLOBAL: 3D PRINTER MARKET, BY REGION, 2013-2020 (USD BILLION)

TABLE 4: AUTOMOTIVE: 3D PRINTER MARKET, BY REGION, 2013-2020 (000 UNITS)

TABLE 5: AUTOMOTIVE: 3D PRINTER MARKET, BY REGION, 2013-2020 (USD BILLION)

TABLE 6: GLOBAL: 3D PRINTING MARKET FOR AUTOMOBILE, BY APPLICATION, 2013-2020 (USD MILLION)

TABLE 7: PROTOTYPING & TOOLING: 3D PRINTING MARKET SIZE FOR AUTOMOTIVE, BY COMPONENTS, 2013-2020 (USD MILLION)

TABLE 8: RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, & INNOVATION: 3D PRINTING MARKET SIZE FOR AUTOMOTIVE, BY COMPONENTS, 2013-2020 (USD MILLION)

TABLE 9: MANUFACTURING COMPLEX COMPONENTS: 3D PRINTING MARKET SIZE FOR AUTOMOTIVE, BY COMPONENTS, 2013-2020 (USD MILLION)

TABLE 10: OTHER APPLICATIONS: 3D PRINTING MARKET SIZE FOR AUTOMOTIVE, BY COMPONENTS, 2013-2020 (USD MILLION)

TABLE 11: GLOBAL: 3D PRINTING MARKET SIZE FOR AUTOMOTIVE, BY TECHNOLOGY, 2013-2020 (USD MILLION)

TABLE 12: STEREOLITHOGRAPHY: 3D PRINTING MARKET SIZE FOR AUTOMOTIVE, BY REGION, 2013-2020 (USD MILLION)

TABLE 13: LASER SINTERING: 3D PRINTING MARKET SIZE FOR AUTOMOTIVE, BY REGION, 2013-2020 (USD MILLION)

TABLE 14: EBM: 3D PRINTING MARKET SIZE FOR AUTOM
OTIVE, BY REGION, 2013-2020 (USD MILLION)

TABLE 15: FDM: 3D PRINTING MARKET SIZE FOR AUTOMOTIVE, BY REGION, 2013-2020 (USD MILLION)

TABLE 16: LOM: 3D PRINTING MARKET SIZE FOR AUTOMOTIVE, BY REGION, 2013-2020 (USD MILLION)

TABLE 17: 3DIP: 3D PRINTING MARKET SIZE FOR AUTOMOTIVE, BY REGION, 2013-2020 (USD MILLION)

TABLE 18: OTHER TECHNOLOGIES: 3D PRINTING MARKET SIZE FOR AUTOMOTIVE, BY REGION, 2013-2020 (USD MILLION)

TABLE 19: GLOBAL: 3D PRINTING MARKET SIZE FOR AUTOMOTIVE, BY MATERIAL, 2013-2020 (000 KGS)

TABLE 20: GLOBAL: 3D PRINTING MARKET SIZE FOR AUTOMOTIVE, BY MATERIAL, 2013-2020 (USD MILLION)

TABLE 21: METALS: 3D PRINTING MARKET SIZE FOR AUTOMOTIVE, BY REGION, 2013-2020 (000 KGS)

TABLE 22: METALS: 3D PRINTING MARKET SIZE FOR AUTOMOTIVE, BY REGION, 2013-2020 (USD MILLION)

TABLE 23: POLYMER: 3D PRINTING MARKET SIZE FOR AUTOMOTIVE, BY REGION, 2013-2020 (000 KGS)

TABLE 24: POLYMER: 3D PRINTING MARKET VALUE FOR AUTOMOTIVE, BY REGION, 2013-2020 (USD MILLION)

TABLE 25: OTHERS: 3D PRINTING MARKET SIZE FOR AUTOMOTIVE, BY REGION, 2013-2020 (000 KGS)

TABLE 26: OTHERS: 3D PRINTING MARKET SIZE FOR AUTOMOTIVE, BY REGION, 2013-2020(USD MILLION)

TABLE 27: GLOBAL: 3D PRINTING MARKET SIZE FOR AUTOMOTIVE, BY REGION, 2015-2020 (000 KG)

TABLE 28: GLOBAL: 3D PRINTING MARKET SIZE FOR AUTOMOTIVE, BY REGION 2015-2020 (USD MILLION)

TABLE 29: ASIA-PACIFIC: 3D PRINTING MARKET SIZE FOR AUTOMOTIVE, BY COUNTRY 2015-2020 (000 KGS)

TABLE 30: ASIA-PACIFIC: 3D PRINTING MARKET SIZE FOR AUTOMOTIVE, BY COUNTRY 2015-2020 (USD MILLION)

TABLE 31: JAPAN: 3D PRINTING MARKET SIZE FOR AUTOMOTIVE, BY MATERIAL 2015-2020 (000 KGS)

TABLE 32: JAPAN: 3D PRINTING MARKET SIZE FOR AUTOMOTIVE, BY MATERIAL 2015-2020 (USD MILLION)

TABLE 33: CHINA: 3D PRINTING MARKET SIZE FOR AUTOMOTIVE, BY MATERIAL 2015-2020 (000 KGS)

TABLE 34: CHINA: 3D PRINTING MARKET SIZE FOR AUTOMOTIVE, BY MATERIAL 2015-2020 (USD MILLION)

TABLE 35: INDIA: 3D PRINTING MARKET SIZE FOR AUTOMOTIVE, BY MATERIAL 2015-2020 (000 KGS)

TABLE 36: INDIA: 3D PRINTING MARKET SIZE FOR AUTOMOTIVE, BY MATERIAL 2015-2020 (USD MILLION)

TABLE 37: SOUTH KOREA: 3D PRINTING MARKET SIZE FOR AUTOMOTIVE, BY MATERIAL 2015-2020 (000 KGS)

TABLE 38: SOUTH KOREA: 3D PRINTING MARKET SIZE FOR AUTOMOTIVE, BY MATERIAL 2015-2020 (USD MILLION)

TABLE 39: EUROPE: 3D PRINTING MARKET SIZE FOR AUTOMOTIVE, BY COUNTRY 2015-2020 (000 KGS)

TABLE 40: EUROPE: 3D PRINTING MARKET SIZE FOR AUTOMOTIVE, BY COUNTRY 2015-2020 (USD MILLION)

TABLE 41: GERMANY: 3D PRINTING MARKET SIZE FOR AUTOMOTIVE, BY MATERIAL 2015-2020 (000 KGS)

TABLE 42: GERMANY: 3D PRINTING MARKET SIZE FOR AUTOMOTIVE, BY MATERIAL 2015-2020 (USD MILLION)

TABLE 43: U.K.: 3D PRINTING MARKET SIZE FOR AUTOMOTIVE, BY MATERIAL 2015-2020 (000 KGS)

TABLE 44: U.K.: 3D PRINTING MARKET SIZE FOR AUTOMOTIVE, BY MATERIAL 2015-2020 (USD MILLION)

TABLE 45: ITALY: 3D PRINTING MARKET SIZE FOR AUTOMOTIVE, BY MATERIAL 2015-2020 (000 KGS)

TABLE 46: ITALY: 3D PRINTING MARKET SIZE FOR AUTOMOTIVE, BY MATERIAL 2015-2020 (USD MILLION)

TABLE 47: FRANCE: 3D PRINTING MARKET SIZE FOR AUTOMOTIVE, BY MATERIAL 2015-2020 (000 KGS)

TABLE 48: FRANCE: 3D PRINTING MARKET SIZE FOR AUTOMOTIVE, BY MATERIAL 2015-2020 (USD MILLION)

TABLE 49: SPAIN: 3D PRINTING MARKET SIZE FOR AUTOMOTIVE, BY MATERIAL 2015-2020 (000 KGS)

TABLE 50: SPAIN: 3D PRINTING MARKET SIZE FOR AUTOMOTIVE, BY MATERIAL 2015-2020 (USD MILLION)

TABLE 51: NORTH AMERICA: 3D PRINTING MARKET SIZE FOR AUTOMOTIVE, BY COUNTRY 2015-2020 (000 KGS)

TABLE 52: NORTH AMERICA: 3D PRINTING MARKET SIZE FOR AUTOMOTIVE, BY COUNTRY 2015-2020 (USD MILLION)

TABLE 53: U.S.: 3D PRINTING MARKET SIZE FOR AUTOMOTIVE, BY MATERIAL 2015-2020 (000 KGS)

TABLE 54: U.S.: 3D PRINTING MARKET SIZE FOR AUTOMOTIVE, BY MATERIAL 2015-2020 (USD MILLION)

TABLE 55: CANADA: 3D PRINTING MARKET SIZE FOR AUTOMOTIVE, BY MATERIAL 2015-2020 (000 KGS)

TABLE 56: CANADA: 3D PRINTING MARKET SIZE FOR AUTOMOTIVE, BY MATERIAL 2015-2020 (USD MILLION)

TABLE 57: MEXICO: 3D PRINTING MARKET SIZE FOR AUTOMOTIVE, BY MATERIAL 2015-2020 (000 KGS)

TABLE 58: MEXICO: 3D PRINTING MARKET SIZE FOR AUTOMOTIVE, BY MATERIAL 2015-2020 (USD MILLION)

TABLE 59: ROW: 3D PRINTING MARKET SIZE FOR AUTOMOTIVE, BY COUNTRY 2015-2020 (000 KGS)

TABLE 60: ROW: 3D PRINTING MARKET SIZE FOR AUTOMOTIVE, BY COUNTRY 2015-2020 (USD MILLION)

TABLE 61: BRAZIL: 3D PRINTING MARKET SIZE FOR AUTOMOTIVE, BY MATERIAL 2015-2020 (000 KGS)

TABLE 62: BRAZIL: 3D PRINTING MARKET SIZE FOR AUTOMOTIVE, BY MATERIAL 2015-2020 (USD MILLION)

TABLE 63: RUSSIA: 3D PRINTING MARKET SIZE FOR AUTOMOTIVE, BY MATERIAL 2015-2020 (000 KGS)

TABLE 64: RUSSIA: 3D PRINTING MARKET SIZE FOR AUTOMOTIVE, BY MATERIAL 2015-2020 (USD MILLION)

TABLE 65: OTHERS: 3D PRINTING MARKET SIZE FOR AUTOMOTIVE, BY MATERIAL 2015-2020 (000 KGS)

TABLE 66: OTHERS: 3D PRINTING MARKET SIZE FOR AUTOMOTIVE, BY MATERIAL 2015-2020 (USD MILLION)

TABLE 67: KOENIGSEGG: DIFFERENCE IN COST & TIME AFTER USING 3D PRINTER

TABLE 68: NEW PRODUCT LAUNCHES, 2013-2015

TABLE 70: MERGERS & ACQUISITIONS, 2014-2015

TABLE 71: AGREEMENTS/JOINT VENTURES /PARTNERSHIPS, 2015

FIGURE 2: RESEARCH METHODOLOGY MODEL

FIGURE 3: BREAKDOWN OF PRIMARY INTERVIEWS: BY COMPANY TYPE, DESIGNATION, & REGION

FIGURE 4: MARKET SIZE ESTIMATION METHODOLOGY: TOP-DOWN APPROACH

FIGURE 6: EUROPE 3D PRINTING MARKET FOR AUTOMOTIVE HOLDS THE LARGEST MARKET SHARE IN TERMS OF VOLUME, 2020

FIGURE 7: NORTH AMERICAN 3D PRINTING MARKET FOR AUTOMOTIVE IN TERMS OF VALUE TO DOMINATE DURING THE FORECAST PERIOD

FIGURE 8: POLYMERS AS A 3D PRINTING MATERIAL IS ESTIMATED TO DOMINATE THE MARKET IN TERMS OF VOLUME, DURING THE FORECAST PERIOD

FIGURE 9: SLA TECHNOLOGY IS PROJECTED TO HOLD THE HIGHEST SHARE AMONG OTHER TECHNOLOGIES, 2020

FIGURE 10: PROTOTYPING & TOOLING APPLICATION TO LEAD THE 3D AUTOMOTIVE PRINTING DURING THE FORECAST PERIOD

FIGURE 11: NORTH AMERICA PROJECTED TO GENERATE MOST SALES BY VALUE, 2015-2020

FIGURE 12: EUROPEN MARKET IS PROJECTED TO HAVE THE HIGHEST SHARE OF 3D PRINTERS IN TERMS OF VOLUME FOR AUTOMOTIVE BY 2020

FIGURE 13: HISTORY OF 3D PRINTING, 1980-2013

FIGURE 14: ATTRACTIVE MARKET OPPORTUNITIES IN 3D PRINTING MARKET FOR AUTOMOTIVE

FIGURE 15: STEREO LITHOGRAPHY (SLA) TECHNOLOGY PROJECTED TO DOMINATE THE MARKET FROM 2015 TO 2020 (USD MILLION)

FIGURE 16: PROTOTYPING & TOOLING APPLICATION TO DOMINATE THE 3D AUTOMOTIVE PRINTING MARKET IN TERMS OF VALUE ( (2015 & 2020)

FIGURE 17: EUROPE & ASIA-PACIFIC REGIONS TO BE THE FASTEST-GROWING MARKETS IN TERMS OF VALUE FOR 3D PRINTING IN AUTOMOTIVE

FIGURE 18: POLYMERS AS A 3D PRINT MATERIAL TO DOMINATE THE MARKET DURING BY 2020

FIGURE 19: GLOBAL 3D PRINTER SALES EXPECTED TO BE THE HIGHEST IN TERMS OF VALUE IN ASIA-PACIFIC BY 2020

FIGURE 20: ASIA-PACIFIC REGIONS IS PROJECTED TO AT THE FASTEST CAGR IN TERMS OF 3D PRINTER SALES FOR AUTOMOTIVE

FIGURE 21: OVERVIEW OF GLOBAL 3D PRINTER SALES (2013-2020) (000 UNITS)

FIGURE 22: NORTH AMERICAN MARKET IS PROJECTED TO GENERATE THE HIGHEST REVENUE IN 3D PRINTER SALES

FIGURE 23: MOST NUMBER OF 3D PRINTERS ARE PROJECTED TO BE SOLD IN THE EUROPEAN AUTOMOTIVE SECTOR

FIGURE 25: 3D PRINTING APPLICATION IN AUTOMOTIVE : NOW & BEYOND

FIGURE 26: 3D PRINTING FOR AUTOMOTIVE: MARKET DYNAMICS

FIGURE 27: PORTERS FIVE FORCES ANALYSIS: 3D PRINTING MARKET

FIGURE 28: 3D PRINTING MARKET: VALUE CHAIN ANALYSIS

FIGURE 29: 3D PRINTING MARKET SIZE FOR AUTOMOTIVE, BY APPLICATION

FIGURE 30: PROTOTYPING & TOOLING APPLICATION: INTERIOR COMPONENTS PROJECTED TO GROW AT A HIGHER CAGR DURING THE FORECAST PERIOD

FIGURE 31: STREREOLITHOGRAPGY TECHNOLOGY PROJECTED TO DOMINATE THE MARKET BY VALUE DURING THE FORECAST PERIOD

FIGURE 32: STEREOLITHOGRAPHY: ADVANTAGES VS DISADVANTAGES

FIGURE 33: SELECTIVE LASER SINTERING : ADVANTAGES V
S DISADVANTAGES

FIGURE 34: ELECTRON BEAM MELTING: ADVANTAGES VS DISADVANTAGES

FIGURE 35: FUSED DISPOSITION MODELING: ADVANTAGES VS DISADVANTAGES

FIGURE 36: MARKET FOR FUSED DISPOSITION MODELING TECHNOLOGY : APAC PROJECTED TO GROW AT THE HIGHEST CAGR DURING THE FORECAST PERIOD

FIGURE 37: LAMINATED OBJECT MANUFACTURING: ADVANTAGES VS DISADVANTAGES

FIGURE 38: THREE DIMENSIONAL INJECT PRINTING: ADVANTAGES VS DISADVANTAGES

FIGURE 39: 3D PRINTING MATERIAL MARKET SEGMENTATION

FIGURE 40: MARKET FOR METALS AS 3D PRINTING MATERIAL IS PROJECTED TO HAVE A PROMISING GROWTH RATE (2015-2020)

FIGURE 41: 3D PRINTING MARKET FOR AUTOMOTIVE IN ASIA-PACIFIC REGION: SNAPSHOT

FIGURE 42: SIGNIFICANT GROWTH RATE PROJECTED IN THE JAPANESE & CHINESE AUTOMOTIVE 3D PRINTING MARKETS (2015-2020)

FIGURE 43: POLYMERS AS 3D PRINT MATERIAL IS ESTIMATED TO DOMINATE THE MARKET IN JAPAN DURING THE FORECAST PERIOD, (2015-2020)

FIGURE 44: POLYMERS AS 3D PRINT MATERIAL ARE ESTIMATED TO DOMINATE IN TERMS OF VALUE, IN THE CHINESE 3D PRINTING MARKET FOR AUTOMOTIVE (2015-2020)

FIGURE 45: POLYMERS AS 3D PRINT MATERIAL FOR AUTOMOTIVE IS ESTIMATED TO DOMINATE IN TERMS OF VALUE IN INDIA (2015-2020)

FIGURE 46: POLYMERS AS 3D PRINT MATERIAL TO DOMINATE THE SOUTH KOREAN MARKET (2015-2020)

FIGURE 47: 3D PRINTING MARKET FOR AUTOMOTIVE IN EUROPEAN REGION: SNAPSHOT

FIGURE 48: GERMANY TO LEAD THE EUROPEAN AUTOMOTIVE 3D PRINTING MARKET BY VALUE (2015-2020)

FIGURE 49: POLYMERS AS 3D PRINT MATERIAL PROJECTED TO DOMINATE THE GERMAN 3D PRINTING MARKET FOR AUTOMOTIVE (2015-2020)

FIGURE 50: POLYMER AS 3D PRINTMATERIAL IN TERMS OF VALUE IS ESTIMATED TO DOMINATE THE U.K. MARKET (2015-2020)

FIGURE 51: POLYMER MARKET AS 3D PRINTMATERIAL IN TERMS OF VALUE IS ESTIMATED TO DOMINATE IN FRANCE (2015-2020)

FIGURE 52: 3D PRINTING MARKET FOR AUTOMOTIVE IN NORTH AMERICAN REGION: SNAPSHOT

FIGURE 53: U.S. TO CONTINUE LEADING IN THE NORTH AMERICAN 3D PRINTING MARKET FOR AUTOMOTIVE (2015-2020)

FIGURE 54: POLYMERS AS 3D PRINT MATERIAL FOR AUTOMTIVE IS ESTIMATED TO DOMINATE THE U.S DURING THE FORECAST PERIOD

FIGURE 55: POLYMERS IS ESTIMATED TO DOMINATE THE 3D PRINT MATERIAL MARKET IN CANADA DURING THE FORECAST PERIOD

FIGURE 56: METALS AS 3D PRINT MATERIAL EXPECTED TO GROW IN THE MEXICAN AUTOMOTIVE 3D PRINTING MARKET

FIGURE 57: POLYMERS TO DOMINATE THE 3D PRINT MATERIAL MARKET IN BRAZIL

FIGURE 58: HIGH GROWTH FOR POLYMER IN BRAZIL (2015-2020)

FIGURE 59: METAL AS 3D PRINT MATERIAL FOR AUTOMOTIVE TO DRIVE THE 3D PRINTING INDUSTRY IN RUSSIA (2015-2020)

FIGURE 60: DISTRIBUTION AGREEMENTS AS A KEY GROWTH STRATEGY OVER THE LAST THREE YEARS

FIGURE 61: 3D PRINTING MARKET SHARE, 2015

FIGURE 62: MARKET EVALUATION FRAMEWORK: AGREEMENTS HAVE INTEGRATED THE 3D PRINTING MARKET FROM 2012-2015

FIGURE 63: BATTLE FOR MARKET SHARE: DISTRIBUTION AGREEMENTS WAS THE KEY STRATEGY

FIGURE 64: REGION-WISE REVENUE MIX OF FIVE MAJOR PLAYERS

FIGURE 65: 3D SYSTEMS CORPORATION : COMPANY SNAPSHOT

FIGURE 66: AUTODESK: COMPANY SNAPSHOT

FIGURE 67: ARCAM AB: BUSINESS OVERVIEW

FIGURE 68: STRATASYS INC.: COMPANY SNAPSHOT

FIGURE 69: VOXELJET AG. : BUSINESS OVERVIEW

FIGURE 71: HOGANAS AB: COMPANY SNAPSHOT

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Formlabs adds colour to SLA 3D printing with Color Kit

Formlabs adds colour to SLA 3D printing with Color Kit

Color Kit is first integrated colour mixing solution for stereolithography.

Formlabs has announced it is bringing colour to the mix with the launch of Color Kit, the first integrated colour mixing solution for stereolithography 3D printing.

Expanding on its standard palette of general purpose and engineering-grade resins for the Form 2, the Boston-based desktop SLA leader is giving users the ability to mix their own Color Resin and create uniformly coloured 3D prints with high resolution and smooth surface finish.

Explaining the decision to introduce colour, Formlabs said in a blog announcement: Formlabs materials science team selects colours for functional materials, like our Engineering and Dental Resins, for differentiation and to optimise for their respective material properties. These properties are essential for functional parts and works-like prototypes.

For looks-like prototypes, concept models, and others parts where aesthetic is top priority, Color Kit enables you to print many models in one consistent colour, right off the printer, without the additional work of finishing and painting.

Each Color Kit includes a Color Base cartridge, five bottles of Color Pigment in Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, Black, and White, syringes for easy measurement, and a Recipe Book.

Color Kit will allow users to create parts and prototypes in desired end colour or shade.

To create these new colours, users can choose one of 16 tested recipes from the kit or more adventurous users can mix a custom colour using our Color Picker. The colour pigments are mixed into the base material to create a full cartridge of Color Resin which can then be used like any other standard resin inside a Formlabs machine.

Formlabs says Color Resin is ideal for matte, opaque parts straight off the printer, or painted parts with a coloured base material. The idea is to expand the possibilities for desktop SLA so that users can create parts and prototypes in the desired end-product colour or shade without needing to spend hours post-processing and painting.

As Color Resin is not an off-the-shelf material, Color Kit is currently being offered as a Form X product, Formlabs experimental product platform which showcases new tools, materials, and approaches for SLA. The Color Kit is available to order now.

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Advantages of Stereolithography

When you look at the various types of rapid prototyping it can get a little confusing. There are acronyms everywhere and long words that sound like they belong in an advanced chemistry classroom. So what is the difference between SLA, SLS, FDM, and PJET? What do they do? Why are there so many? Dont they all do the same thing?

As you dig into rapid prototyping you can begin to see that there are different forms of RP for different purposes. Each one has aspects that make it beneficial, as well as weak points. Some increase accuracy of the prototype, but might lack product durability, others might be durable but cant be be designed with a high level of detail. In this article we will look at the advantages of Stereolithography (SLA) and see what this rapid prototyping process has to offer.

Parts can be made very shortly. A design can be created through the SLA process in less than two days. This is great for demonstration purposes because it allows for quick turn around if a design needs to be tuned or modified.

SLA is able to create smoother surfaces than most other rapid prototyping methods. This allows for great prototypes when demonstrating the aesthetic appeal of a project. It is also great for things like photo shoots to promote the product that might have not even be in major production yet.

Smooth surface means a high level of design detail and designs will be ultra accurate.

Not only are the surfaces of the products nice to look at, but they are also high quality surfaces. SLA is the primary methods that is used when printing custom medical materials. This is possible because SLA is able to produce items that are water resistant.

You can create low volume products with complex design and geometrical configurations.

Size doesnt have to be an issue. The size of the prototyped part can be small and detailed, or large and detailed.

You have lots of finish options. With SLA you have a variety of different finish options which means you can create a prototype that is very close to the finished product.

You also have a lot of different options when it comes to material. This is one of the big upsides to SLA printing.

These are some, but not all of the benefits of SLA printing. As you can see, this form of rapid prototyping allows designers to create specific, custom products for a wide variety of uses. Without SLA, this process would take much longer and increase in complexity, but because of the abilities of SLA printing designers can cut both time and cost.

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TheFraunhofer Institute for Laser Technology(ILT) and German prototyping specialist Rapid Shape GmbH have co-developed a new light based 3D printing technique. Challenging one of the main necessities of other 3D printers, the TwoCure process eliminates the need for typical support structures, making post processing parts easier than ever before.

As the name suggests, the TwoCure technique is essentially a two step curing process, harnessing both light and thermal energy to cure a resin material. A part is made in much the same way as it is in typical SLA built up in consecutive layers as the liquid material hardens on exposure to light. The main difference is that the resin in this case is applied warm, and then cooled within the build area.

Holger Leonards, project leader at Fraunhofer ILT, explains the process as follows, The material is applied warm and then irreversibly cured by light. At the same time the cooled installation space ensures that the thermoset component being created layer by layer freezes to form a block with the resin that has solidified like wax.

The wax-like block around the 3D printed parts acts in a similar way to thepowder cakecreated in sintering machines, allowing multiple objects to be packed on top of each other inside a single print chamber.

The block liquefies at room temperature for easy removal, requiring littlecleaning and final post cureto finish the part.

In the future Fraunhofer ILT and Rapid Shape researchers hope to fully automate the TwoCure process so cleaning and the post curing is taken care of in a single end-to-end operation.

As free-floating 3D prints, items made in the TwoCure process are also disconnected from the build platform, rendering chisels and flexible build plates irrelevant. At present, the Fraunhofer/Rapid Shape team has made its first TwoCure prototype 3D printer which may be ready for series in the near future.

A further preview of the technology will be exhibited at formnext 2017 in Frankfurt. For 3D Printing Industrys liver coverage of the event,sign up to our free newsletterfollow us on Twitterandlike us on Facebook.

Featured image shows interlocking rings 3D printed in the TwoCure SLA process. Photo via Fraunhofer ILT

Beau Jackson is a senior journalist at 3D Printing Industry. Originally from Yorkshire, she has a BA and MA in English from Manchester Metropolitan University and the University of Kent. Beaus specialist interests in additive manufacturing include its application in new research discoveries, and impact on the cultural heritage sector.

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While 3D printed medical applications are slowly invading hospitals all over the globe, a remarkable number of Chinese hospitals, surgeons and research institutes are quickly adopting this fantastic technology. Just last week, we saw how an old Chinese man successfully recovered from a dangerous surgery with the help of 3D printing, but now an even more technological innovation has appeared in China. Yesterday, scientists from the Guangzhou Nansha Additive Manufacturing Technology Research Institute have unveiled a new SLA 3D printing technique that can be used to create detailed porcelain (and other ceramic) objects quickly.

The research team over at the Nansha Additive Manufacturing Technology Research Institute in Guangzhou spent over a year developing this new 3D printer, and is currently in the debugging stage. While the unveiling is expected to take place in the very near future, it has already been leaked to reporters that the 3D printing speed is several times faster than comparable machines, while this 3D printer is also capable of working with a very large variety of materials, including ceramics, metal filler materials and more. Among its possible applications is a the fantastic medical solution of 3D printed porcelain teeth.

According to the Institutes Director XU Xiaoshu, this new and exciting 3D printer represents a breakthrough in the field of traditional SLA 3D printing technology. For those of you that are a bit hazy about how SLA (or Stereolithography) functions, it essentially revolves around a vat of liquid ultraviolet sensitive photopolymer resin. An UV laser is subsequently used to build parts one layer at a time by tracing cross sections of the part pattern onto the surface exposure solidifies the layer and adjoins it to previous layers below. Afterwards, the elevator platform descends by an equal distance to the thickness of a layer (0.05 mm to 0.15 mm) and recoats the surface with another layer of material. This process is repeated until the part is complete.

According to Xu, traditional SLA 3D printing process comes with three issues. Firstly, the material has high liquidity requirements, and can therefore only be made with a thin material, such as resin and plastic. This means abandoning high viscosity materials. Secondly, the workpiece after forming needs to be scraped – something that requires strong and accurate supports to fix the part, which needs to be subsequently and affects the piece (damaging the surface and so on). This obviously also costs material. And finally, the slow 3D printing speed forms a major bottleneck on the usefulness of SLA 3D printing. Especially the material spreading process takes up to 10 seconds meaning that the 3D printing of a small object (with thousands of layers, sometimes up to 100,000) takes a very long time.

Xu Xiaoshu argues that their brand new SLA 3D printer will solve all three problems. Firstly, they have made a breakthrough in materials that can be used through high pressure extrusion. This increases the viable viscosity range about five or six times, paving the way for a large number of available materials. Think about ceramics, biomaterials, metal composites and more.

Secondly, due to the use of highly viscous materials the processes of extrusion and formation are separated and there is therefore less need for support materials. Not only does this simplify production and post-print processing, it also reduces costs by about 10 to 20 percent. And thirdly, this also greatly speeds up the 3D printing process in its entirety. Layer extrusion on their upcoming 3D printer takes only a second per layer cutting the extrusion time down by up to 90 percent. And as layering itself takes up half of the entire printing process, the overall 3D printing speed almost doubles.

In short, this upcoming SLA 3D printer has all the characteristics to become a huge success. Xu Xiaoshu further revealed that the machine can be used to 3D print objects up to 800 by 400 mm in size, while the high precision qualities make it a perfect option fort the 3D printing of ceramic, biomaterials and metal composites so porcelain teeth, metal instruments and even medical applications are all viable options.

Especially the porcelain teeth could become a real medical breakthrough, as these are currently very time consuming and expensive to develop. Traditionally, it requires a number of skilled workers to cut, wash, mill and grind teeth to perfect, taking hours with high costs involved. 3D printed automated production could those be a significant dental breakthrough. More information about this exciting machine will doubtlessly follow in the near future.

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Ive had a 3D printed porcelain tooth in my mouth since 2014. My dentist printed it in his office while I waited, it fit perfectly, no cavities in it from now on.

mihir wrote at 12/19/2015 1:37:15 PM:

killer for dental lab business.but truly a great innovation

ingerd wrote at 8/4/2015 3:28:27 PM:

Alvaro wrote at 8/2/2015 1:13:31 AM:

The future of dental implants will come from China.

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3D Printing Stereolithography (SLA

Stereolithography (SLA) is an additive manufacturing or 3D-printing technology that uses vat of liquid ultraviolet curable photopolymer resin and an ultraviolet laser to build parts one layer at a time. For each layer the laser traces the cross-section of the part onto the surface of the liquid resin. Once the liquid is touched by the laser beam, the resin cures and solidifies to the layer below it. As each layer is finished, the platform the part is being created on lowers a small amount so the next layer can be traced out above it. When the part is done, it is removed and cleaned of excess resin or supports and cured in an ultraviolet oven.

There are several advantages and disadvantages to this rapid prototyping process. The main advantage of SLA is the accuracy that models can be built to. Several SLA machines claim a tolerance of +/-.002 and with High-Definition SLA, those tolerances can get as low as +/-.001. These kinds of tolerances are among the best for 3D-printing technology, giving the SLA process the ability to reproduce fine details. This makes these models perfect for checking tight tolerance parts and assemblies before injection molding or precision machining parts.

SLAs ability to reproduce fine details also makes it ideal for concept models. These can be cleaned up and painted to look exactly like the customer wantsgreat for marketing tools or display pieces.

The last major advantage of SLA is how physically large the parts can be. The average SLA machine has a build size of 25x29x20. Other SLA machines can print even larger parts, which comes in handy when you are making something bigger than a bread box. At the extreme end, the build size can reach up to 59 x 30 x 20.

SLA has its disadvantages too. One is the choice of materials available. All the materials have to be photocure resins, which are particularly brittle, so if you are designing a plastic-injected molded part, be aware that the material properties will not match the end plastic part. In addition, SLA materials are not as strong and can be brittle and more easily broken compared with other rapid prototyping methods. So the parts may look great, but dont drop them or try to use a thread forming screw.

The next time you want a display piece for marketing or you have a part with some complex geometries that require high accuracy in the prototype stage, SLA might be the option for you. Let Pongratz Engineering steer you in the right direction on which rapid prototyping method is best for your part or project.

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