SmarTech Analysis estimates that the ceramics Additive Manufacturing market will reach $4.8 billion by 2030 in its new ‘Ceramics Additive Manufacturing Part Production: 2019-2030’ report (Courtesy SmarTech Analysis)
SmarTech Analysis, Crozet, Virginia, USA, has released its latest report on the ceramic Additive Manufacturing market titled ‘Ceramics Additive Manufacturing Part Production: 2019-2030’. The report suggests that despite significant disruptions caused by the coronavirus (COVID-19), the overall ceramics AM industrial sectors, including hardware, materials and application revenues (or revenue equivalent), is estimated to grow to $4.8 billion by 2030. Final parts value for both technical and traditional ceramic parts are expected to continue to represent the most significant opportunities driving the market for the medium to long-term future.
The report identifies the most commercially important Additive Manufacturing technologies, material types and material form factors, as well as application segments for ceramic AM, differentiating between technical and traditional ceramic materials. It presents an in-depth analysis of the different types of firms offering ceramic AM services and parts, including specific forecasts on ceramics AM service providers, ceramic additively manufactured parts providers and adopters.
According to SmarTech’s predicted timeline, ceramic Additive Manufacturing adoption will experience an inflection point after 2025, as all major AM technologies that support ceramics final part production come to maturity and establish enough presence in the market to support actual serial production.
Some of the key ceramics AM industry leaders analysed in the report include:
- SGL Carbon
- Schunck Carbon Technologies
- and a large number of other entities operating in ceramics AM services, material manufacturing and supply, cement extrusion as well as ceramics AM end-users.
The full report is available via the company website.