Impact Assessment of 3D Printing Materials in Key Applications (Technical Insights)

Wide Choice Of Materials Facilitate Intricate Design And Customization Using 3D Printing Across Industries

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Product customization and frugal solutions are driving the 3D printing technology. Experimentation with unorthodox materials can revolutionize the adoption of 3D printing, even in healthcare or automotive sectors. It is also seen that individual creativity is upsurging in consumer industry like food, jewelry, apparels and toys due to 3D printing. This technology is also changing the value chain landscape across heavy industry specifically in aerospace and other manufacturing units. Rapid Prototyping and experimentation is cutting down manufacturing time. For these industries, 3D printing is assisting in finding alternative unique solutions for lightweight component having intricate designs with different materi

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Executive SummaryResearch ScopeResearch Process and MethodologyKey FindingsKey Findings—3D Printing MaterialsTechnology Snapshot and TrendsTechnology SnapshotTechnology Snapshot (continued)3D Printing Materials—OverviewCommon Materials Used in 3D PrintingFactors Governing Selection of MaterialsMaterials—Process Mapping Materials—Process Mapping (continued)Materials—Process Mapping (continued)Technology CapabilityTechnology Capability—Material Properties -PolymersTechnology Capability—Material Properties –Polymers (continued)Technology Capability—Material Properties (continued)Technology Capability—Material Properties (continued)Technology Capability—Manufacturing and Tooling IndustryTechnology Capability—Automobile Industry Technology Capability—Automobile Industry (continued)Technology Capability–Aerospace and Defense IndustryTechnology Capability—Aerospace and Defense Industry (continued)Technology Capability—Biomedical IndustryTechnology Capability—Consumer SectorImpact Assessment and AnalysisImpact of Technology and Business AcceleratorsImpact of Technology and Business Accelerators (continued)Impact of Technology and Business ChallengesImpact of Business Accelerators Impact of Business ChallengesRecent DevelopmentsIntellectual Property (IP) LandscapingIP LandscapeIP Landscape (continued)IP Landscape (continued)IP Landscape (continued)Patent AnalysisPatent Analysis (continued)Technology RoadmappingTechnology Roadmap of 3D Printing Materials Technology Roadmap—Consumer & RetailTechnology Roadmap—Consumer & Retail: ExplanationTechnology Roadmap—Biomedical ApplicationsTechnology Roadmap—Biomedical Applications: ExplanationTechnology Roadmap—AutomotiveTechnology Roadmap—Automotive: ExplanationTechnology Roadmap—Aerospace & DefenseTechnology Roadmap—Aerospace & Defense: ExplanationKey PatentsKey PatentsKey Patents (continued)Key Patents (continued)Key ContactsKey ContactsLegal DisclaimerThe Frost & Sullivan StoryWho is Frost & SullivanWhat Makes Us UniqueTEAM MethodologyOur Global Footprint 40+ Offices

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