Opportunities, Material, Impact of major automotive trends, Materials evaluation

DUBLIN, May 26, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The “The Additive-Made Polymer Auto Parts Market: Europe and North America” report has been added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer.


This report analyzes the future of polymer 3D printing in the automotive industry through the prism of megatrends that are already having profound effects on the supply chain, design cycles and market strategies of major manufacturers. global automobiles.

By strategically assessing the automotive value chain, this report identifies areas of opportunity for 3D printing adoption and growth, and forecasts the long-term revenue potential for 3D printing hardware and materials in the automotive industry focusing on jigs, tools and end-use parts. This report will be followed by a publication on 3D printed metal parts for the automotive industry.

The automotive market is one of the oldest users of 3D printing technology, was one of the first to produce rapid prototypes and then rapid tooling.

Today, the convergence of several technological, market and environmental trends is radically transforming the automotive industry, and 3D printing is considered an essential tool to enable this transformation, from the transition to electric vehicles (EVs) to the desire to make supply chains more sustainable.

Main topics covered:

Chapter One: Opportunities for AM in the Automotive Industry: A Strategic Value Chain Assessment
1h10 and segmentation of the automotive value chain
1.1.1 Upstream opportunities: rapid prototyping and support for the design process
1.1.2 Intermediate Opportunities: Support part manufacturing through indirect process support or direct additive part manufacturing. Production support assets Low Volume Production Runs Personalization Advanced Part Designs
1.1.3 Downstream Opportunities Mitigation of obsolescence Digital inventory management Aftermarket distributed generation

Chapter Two: Impact of Key Automotive Trends on the Adoption of Additive Manufacturing Polymers
2.1 Rise of electric vehicles
2.1.1 The effects on the value chain of the transition from building ICE to building VE
2.1.2 Opportunities for AM in the design of electric vehicle parts and assemblies
2.1.3 AM within native EV and mixed EV/ICE assembly lines
2.1.4 New entrants through flexible and low-volume additive manufacturing
2.2 Autonomous driving technology
2.2.1 Opportunities for 3D printing in the development of autonomous vehicles
2.2.2 Mass reduction opportunities for AM
2.2.3 How AM can support a mass reduction strategy
2.3 Commitments to decarbonization, supply chain sustainability and the “race to zero”
2.3.1 Reduction of non-recyclable materials and plastics in vehicle design
2.3.2 How AM Materials and Equipment Suppliers Can Meet the Demand for Recycled Materials

Chapter Three: Materials Evaluation for 3D Printed Polymer Parts in the Automotive Industry
3.1 Evolution of materials in the AM industry
3.1.1 Composite materials
3.1.2 Advanced materials
3.2 Eight-Year Materials Forecast
3.2.1 Thermoplastic filaments
3.2.2 Thermoplastic powders
3.2.3 Thermosetting resins TVA resins Sprayed resins
3.2.4 Distribution Equipment by Region
3.2.5 Eight-year CAGR

Chapter Four Polymer 3D Printing Materials for Automotive Industry
4.1 Evolution of Automotive AM Key Technologies
4.1.1 Powder bed systems
4.1.2 Material Extrusion
4.1.3 VAT regimes
4.1.4 Material jet
4.2 Eight-year forecast for AM equipment
4.2.1 Powder bed systems
4.2.2 Material Extrusion
4.2.3 VAT regimes
4.2.4 Material jet
4:30 hardware sales by region
4.4 Eight-year CAGR

Chapter Five Opportunities by Application
5.1 The future of AM for automotive prototyping
5.2 Production Support Parts
5.2.1 Types of production support
5.2.2 Eight-year forecast for production support
5.3 Direct Production Parts
5.3.1 Types of AM Direct Production Parts in Automotive
5.4 Eight-Year Forecast for Direct Production Parts

For more information on this report, visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/r/czc80m

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