2020 Insights into the Copper Additive Manufacturing Industry - Featuring EOS, ExOne & Formalloy Among Others - ResearchAndMarkets.com

The "Copper Additive Manufacturing 2020 - Market Database and Outlook" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.

As one piece of a two-part market analysis package, this report supplements a companion database of historical and forecasted market data and opportunities in copper additive manufacturing (AM). The report is based on the methodology for market modeling and forecasting of the AM industry, which has become a strategic source for comprehensive AM market metrics and sizing. The report also includes the direction of chief market features and dynamics that become a part of our market models in order to shape the output market metrics and projected opportunities for copper AM.

Companies Mentioned

  • EOS
  • ExOne
  • Formalloy
  • Heraeus
  • Praxair Surface Technologies
  • Sandvik
  • Trumpf

A small number of charts are included in order to better elucidate significant tendencies, with varied added references made to the companion database as a means of providing context to the numerical data. The market and trend analysis deliberately maintain a level that can deliver well-defined and succinct descriptions of the current market and opportunities and how we anticipate them to progress over the course of time.

Together with the supplementary database, this report package is meant to act as a comprehensive, measurable guide to copper AM opportunities, which have shown to be important driving forces behind the metal AM market. This package will be a useful tool for preparing and gauging commercial activities and success for stakeholders with an interest or existing participation in copper AM, including metal material producers, AM hardware manufacturers, and developers of associated end-to-end tools in software and component processing.

Metal powder feedstocks for AM technology serve as the primary focus of this report. While there are other materials that represent opportunities for the metal AM market, particularly metal wire materials for directed energy deposition (DED), the analyst expects powder-based metal 3D printing to represent the majority of primary opportunities in AM. Other feedstocks bear little to no relevance for the copper segment in particular at this time. In turn, the data exhibited here and in the companion database are linked to powder-based copper materials and AM solutions.

Key Topics Covered:

1. About this Report

2. Introduction to Additive Manufacturing with Copper

3. Technical Status of Additive Manufacturing with Copper Materials

3.1 Adaptations of Blue and Green Wavelength Energy Sources for Use in AM Systems

3.2 Expansion of Copper Powders and Alloys Suited to Additive Manufacturing Technologies

3.3 Alternative Metal AM Processes Suited to Copper Printing

3.3.1 Kinetic Metal AM Processes Suited to Copper Printing

3.3.2 Bound Metal Deposition AM Processes Suited to Copper Printing

4. Market Status of Additive Manufacturing with Copper Materials

4.1 Induction Coils for Induction Hardening Processes

4.2 Rocketry and Other Aerospace Components for Thermal Management

4.3 Applications for Thermal Management in Industry

4.4 Tooling Inserts with Conformal Cooling Channels for Plastic Molding and Metal Casting Processes

4.5 Medical Devices with Antimicrobial Properties

5. Future Opportunities and Copper AM Market Direction

5.1 Predicted Advancements in Bound Metal Printing Technologies

5.2 Trends in Modular Metal AM System Architecture Expected to Influence Specialty Metal Printing

5.3 The Role of Metal AM Service Providers in Adoption of Copper Printing

6. Presentation and Discussion of Copper Additive Manufacturing Market and Forecast Data

6.1 Shipments of Copper Powders to Additive Manufacturing Markets

6.1.1 Alloys and Pure Copper - Future Opportunities

6.1.2 Associated Powder Revenues from Copper AM

6.2 Opportunities for AM Hardware for Printing in Copper

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