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

DUBLIN, Dec. 22, 2014 — (PRNewswire) — Research and Markets

( has announced the addition of the "Impact Assessment of 3D Printing Materials in Key Applications (Technical Insights)" report to their offering.

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 materials. This research service aims to assess the impact of varied materials in automotive, healthcare, consumer and aerospace applications.

3D printing is a rapidly growing technology, as rapid prototyping due to 3D printing is revolutionizing the value chain of industries, specifically in the cases of medical industry and engineering component industry such as automotive and aerospace. It has attracted the interest of the creative fashion industry, food industry and consumers for mass customization of products such as jewellery, clothing, and shoes. The desirable end product is a result of permutation and combination between printing process and the material used as feedstock.

This research service (RS) titled Impact Assessment Of 3D Printing Materials In Key Applications reviews technology development mapping material to its application in end product in various industries.

Key Topics Covered:

1. Executive Summary

2. Technology Snapshot and Trends

3. 3D Printing Materials Overview

4. Technology Capability

5. Impact Assessment and Analysis

6. Intellectual Property (IP) Landscaping

7. Technology Roadmapping

8. Key Patents

9. Key Contacts

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