Concept to Production—Future of Additive Manufacturing

Tracing the Evolution of Additive Manufacturing and Evaluating its Impact on the Connected Supply Chain of the Future

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This Frost & Sullivan research service on the future of additive manufacturing evaluates the evolution of additive manufacturing across multiple regions and industry verticals. It brings out the implications of the IIoT-based connected supply chain due to the adoption of additive manufacturing in actual production. The study provides the all-important growth strategies that need to be adopted by solution providers to achieve sustainable growth in the additive manufacturing market. It also analyses the different options in organic and inorganic growth strategies. Frost & Sullivan's expert analysts have also shortlisted some of lucrative future business models in the additive manufacture space.

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary
Key Findings
2. Internet of Industrial Things—A Research Perspective
The 4 Functional Facets
Industry Convergence: IT-OT
Services 2.0
Supply Chain Evolution
The Industry 4.0
Business Ecosystem
Frost & Sullivan’s Offering
Research Scope and Objective
3. Overview of Additive Manufacturing
3D Printing—The Broad Outlook
3D Printing—The Process Flow Exhibit
Technology Classification
State of Today’s 3D Printing Industry
Commoditisation in the 3D Printing Industry
Advanced 3D Printing Value Chain
Conventional vs Additive Manufacturing Supply Chain
4. Opportunities Across Regions and Industry Verticals
Regional Additive Manufacturing Market
Comparative Analysis of 3D Printing Technologies
Strong Support for 3D Printing within the APAC Region
3D Printing Market Potential
3D Printing Across Industry Verticals
3D Printing in the Automotive Industry
The Shift in Applications
A Print, Assemble, Drive Scenario?
Aerospace Industry Moving Towards Actual Production Through Additive Manufacturing
3D Printing in Medical Devices and Consumer Electronics
5. Future of Additive Manufacturing—Growth Strategies
Strategies to Acquire Advanced Additive Manufacturing Capabilities to Achieve Sustainable Growth
Organic vs Inorganic Growth
Inorganic Growth Opportunities
Strategic Explanation
Case Example: Strategic Application in the Automotive Industry
Additive Manufacturing Market Entry Recommendations
Lucrative Business Models
6. Company Profiles
3D Systems
Arcam (Sweden)
The ExOne Company (USA)
Linear Mold & Engineering (USA)
Poly-Shape (France)
FIT Technology Group (Germany)
7. Conclusion
The Last Word: What's Next?—3 Big Predictions
8. Legal Disclaimer
9. Appendix
Abbreviations Used
The Frost & Sullivan Story- The Journey to Visionary Innovation


List of Figures & Charts

1. Future of Additive Manufacturing: Process Flow Exhibit, Global, 2015
2. Future of Additive Manufacturing: Technologies Used, Global, 2015
3. Future of Additive Manufacturing: Global 3D Printing Footprint, Global, 2015
4. Future of Additive Manufacturing: Commoditisation Scenarios and Impact on 3D Printing, Global, 2015
5. Future of Additive Manufacturing: Advanced Value Chain Analysis, Global, 2015
6. Future of Additive Manufacturing: Conventional vs Additive Manufacturing Supply Chain, Global, 2015
7. Future of Additive Manufacturing: Schematic of Revenue Generation in Regions, Global, 2015–2025
8. Future of Additive Manufacturing: Comparative Analysis of Major 3D Printing Technologies, Global, 2015
9. Future of Additive Manufacturing: Market Share Percent of Key Countries, Global, 2015
10. Future of Additive Manufacturing: Labour Cost Advantage, APAC, 2015
11. Future of Additive Manufacturing: Governmental Initiatives, China, 2015
12. Future of Additive Manufacturing: Governmental Support and University Initiatives, Singapore, 2015
13. Future of Additive Manufacturing: New Technologies Developed for both High Volume and Low Cost Markets, APAC, 2015
14. Future of Additive Manufacturing: Schematic of Revenue Generation in Manufacturing Sectors, Global, 2015–2025
15. Future of Additive Manufacturing: Schematic Adoption Rate of 3D Printing Across Industry Verticals, Global, 2015–2025
16. Future of Additive Manufacturing: Evolution of Additive Manufacturing Trends, Global, 2015
17. Future of Additive Manufacturing: Application Developments in the Automotive Industry, Global, 2015
18. Future of Additive Manufacturing: Automotive Applications, Global, 2015
19. Future of Additive Manufacturing: Additive Manufacturing in Aerospace and Defence, Global, 2015
20. Future of Additive Manufacturing: Additive Manufacturing in Medical Devices and Consumer Electronics Industries, Global, 2015
21. Future of Additive Manufacturing: Organic vs Inorganic Growth Strategy Options, Global, 2015
22. Future of Additive Manufacturing: Inorganic Growth Business Models, Global, 2015

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