3D Printing Ceramics Market size is forecast to reach $ 173.48 million by 2025, after growing at a CAGR of 30.26% during 2020-2025. Growing demand for product and functionality, as well as increasing demands for 3D dental printing, has fed key industry drivers for 3D ceramics printing. The growing demand for ceramics will give the ceramic printing industry a lucrative opportunity for the production. Progress in R&D in the production of new additive ceramic materials would enable the 3D printing industry to expand. Further, increases the overall demand over forecast period.
Forms – Segment Analysis
The Powder segment has been 3D Printing Ceramics primary market. Powders have shown promising growth during the forecast period as they are used in the various end users. Another factor contributing to the growth of powders is the increased demand for laser sintering technologies for commercial applications. Liquid ceramics, on the other hand, are used for the manufacturing of many items in the form of pastes and gels using stereo lithography techniques commonly used in applications of prototypes. On the other side, however, ceramic filaments have very little growth, as they have been sponsored by only a limited number of players.
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End User – Segment Analysis
Healthcare sector has been the primary market for 3D Printing Ceramics for many years at a CAGR of 15.26%. This growth is primarily due to the recent technological advances and the advancement of new production technologies in the production of medical sector. The use of ceramics in a number of medical products, such as prostheses, surgeries, implants and tissue engineering products in the healthcare field supports the application of 3D ceramic printing. In addition, the increasing demand for quality 3D pottery ceramics approved by various health applications authorities supports the growth of 3D pottery for the health sector in the marketplace.
Geography – Segment Analysis
North America dominated the 3D Printing Ceramics Market share with more than 42.56%, followed by APAC and Europe, driven by the increasing use of ceramics by diverse end-use industries in this region. The promotion of 3D ceramics by major regional companies was also a cause for the growth of the North American 3D printing market. The growth of commercial and military aircraft in this region drives industry growth. According to Airbus’s most recent report, demand for passenger and freight aircraft in the next 20 years is expected to increase by around 37,400 units. The incorporation of ceramic components with the production of many new technologies would also improve the attractiveness of aircraft engines. Growing use of low weight designs and advanced protection technologies would use additive manufacturing techniques to decrease aircraft total weight and require different quality requirements. Lightweight properties often decrease the total carbon emissions by increasing the fuel quality.
Drivers – 3D Printing Ceramics Market
Growing demand for 3D printing in dental industry
Increasing demand for 3D printing in the dental sector and changes in product and development in various end-use industries are driving rapid growth in the 3D printing ceramics market. 3D printing, in particular in dental applications, rises in popularity in the healthcare industry. Due to their features like inertness, porosity, high wear resistance, high compression strength and molding capability in various forms, ceramics are preferred for 3D printing of orthopedic, dental and cardiac implants. The industry is also projected to be driven by the growing usage of 3D printing technologies by various companies in developing economies.
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Challenges – 3D Printing Ceramics Market
Lesser developments in ceramic in comparison to metals and plastics with low application base
Rapid increase in the usage of plastics and metal-based 3D printing technologies and the high cost of 3D ceramic printing hamper business demand. Such problems of commodity substitution and the need for resources are likely to act as significant constraints in the industry of 3D ceramic printing.
Technology launches, acquisitions and R&D activities are key strategies adopted by players in the 3D Printing Ceramics Market. In 2019, the market of 3D Printing Ceramics has been consolidated by the top five players accounting for xx% of the share. Major players in the 3D Printing Ceramics Market are 3D Systems, EOS GmbH Electrical Optical Systems, Renishaw Group, Stratasys Ltd., DSM, Arcam EBM, Organovo Holdings Inc., Voxeljet AG, Envision TEC, and Tethon 3D, and among others.
In July 2016, 3D Systems announced a new version of its Cimatron 13 software, which is used for mold-, die- and tool-makers. The new version of Cimatron 13 will help company to cater to the growing demand with better quality product. This will help accelerate manufacturing of molds, dies, and discrete parts.
In June 2016, Materialise NV announced its latest version of the Materialise Mimics Innovation Suite. The suit, with a combination of live 3D Preview and smarter editing tools helps in faster segmentation. The new suite helps researchers and engineers in effective image segmentation and 3D construction with reliability. This product development will help the company to provide better solutions to customers in terms of software synchronization with actual 3D printing.
In June 2016, Renishaw opened a new additive manufacturing solutions center in Pune, India. This new facility helps company provide a secure development environment in which customers can expand their knowledge and confidence using additive manufacturing (AM) technology.
Owing to the time and material usage optimization of process, ceramic additive manufacturing is gaining momentum worldwide. A variety of criteria has been established by the American Society of Testing and Products (ASTM) on the tensile power, elongation and thermal properties of ceramic products and therefore promote the development of 3D printing ceramic over time, assure the protection of manufactured parts.
The ceramics used in dental applications, including crowns, bridges and veneers, are used primarily in the dental sector. Ceramic materials developments including zirconia can serve as a monolithic material which eliminates the use of porcelain chipping, thereby offering a wider application in dynamic resonance without loss of physical stability.
Tethon 3D and Canon Inc. developed aluminum powder, which increases the material’s resistance to corrosion, wear and thermal stress. The technology also allows users to produce high dimensional accuracy complex geometries of more than 99%. Nevertheless, in the coming years, the existence of substitutes for different industries could impede its popularity.
However, the end use industries are being significantly affected due to the COVID-19 pandemic, as most of the countries have issued “stay at home guidance” i.e., lockdown. This factor is limiting the market growth in current situation.
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