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Composites AM Market Opportunities

This 170-page study provides an in-depth analysis of each major sub-segment in composites AM.

  • Market to grow to $10.6 billion by 2030
  • Massive adoption of composite pellet extrusion
  • Long-term opportunities in continuous fiber AM
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Research

Additive business intelligence

The global additive manufacturing industry—including related applications verticals—is expected to be worth $200 billion by 2030.

Our innovative research method provides deep analysis, data and expert opinion on the AM companies and trends that are shaping the future of manufacturing.

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Hardware

We have developed an accurate map of the AM technological landscape, tracking hardware manufacturers along with the evolution of commercial hardware systems and development of new processes.

  • VAT Photopolymerisation

  • Material Jetting

  • Binder Jetting

  • Material Extrusion

  • Powder Bed Fusion

  • Directed Energy Deposition

Materials

Material analyses focus on each of the primary five families of materials used in additive manufacturing processes, including several subcategories and hundreds of different products.

  • Metals
  • Polymers
  • Ceramics
  • Composites
  • Biomaterials
  • Nanomaterials

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Applications

AM’s past, present and future evolution: prototypes remain the core application while tools drive the transition toward digital manufacturing. End-use parts are the ultimate objective.

  • Prototypes
  • Tools

  • Final Parts

Verticals

Vertical adoption areas are the primary revenue opportunity for AM. Our research focuses on each major vertical in AM, assessing overall hardware, materials, software, parts demand and associated revenues.

  • Aerospace

  • Automotive

  • Medical

  • Dental

  • Bioprinting

  • Construction

  • Consumer Products
  • Energy

  • Transportation

  • Industrial