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Metallurgy Additive Manufacturing for Aerospace: Market Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2017 to 2023

Metallurgy Additive Manufacturing for Aerospace: Market Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2017 to 2023

WinterGreen Research announces that it has published a new study Metallurgy Additive Manufacturing for Aerospace: Market Shares, Strategy, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2017 to 2023. The 2017 study has 224 pages, 99 tables and figures. Worldwide markets are poised to achieve continuing growth as the metallurgy additive manufacturing for aerospace decreases the cost of manufacture and increases efficiency in process. Lowering product manufacturing costs is a key benefit.

Additive manufacturing presents the opportunity to completely, rethink a product’s design, transforming its functionality and reducing manufacturing complexity. This is a disruptive technology that is transformational. Aerospace companies and government programs are focusing on the advance of metal 3D printing for aerospace engine applications in 2017. Advances have been able to make commercial additive manufacturing a reality.

Aerospace and defense customers leverage 3D systems industry-leading solutions and expertise. Vendors seek to deliver productivity in increasing speed and reliability of quality assurance and validation processes, lowering fuel costs through light weighting and parts consolidation, and increasing manufacturing productivity through innovative 3D printed casting patterns, 3D data recovery, injection-mold design, and direct metal printing of airworthy parts.

According to Susan Eustis, lead author of the team that wrote the study, “Metal 3D printing is at its beginning stages. It is poised to grow to new levels in the aerospace industry and beyond. A key advantage of 3D printing is that it removes constraints found with traditional manufacturing, reducing cycle time and production costs. Manufacturing companies in various industries use FDM Technology and realize benefits.”

The global market for metallic additive manufacturing for aerospace at $1.9 billion in 2016, $2.2 billion in 2017 is forecast to reach $20.9 billion by 2024. Market growth comes from the economies of scale achieved by building metal parts in layers instead of using cutting. Coherent designs make a difference, fostering market growth. The metal parts are structural, making metal additive manufacturing a core business.

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ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING FOR AEROSPACE EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
Additive Manufacturing for Aerospace Market Driving Forces
Additive Manufacturing for Aerospace Market Shares
Additive Manufacturing for Aerospace Market Forecasts
1. ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING FOR AEROSPACE: MARKET DESCRIPTION AND MARKET DYNAMICS
1.1 Aerospace Additive Manufacturing (AM) Process
1.2 3D Metallic Printing for Aerospace
1.2.1 EBM® in Aerospace
1.3 Designing Value into Additive Manufacturing
2. ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING FOR AEROSPACE MARKET SHARES AND FORECASTS
2.1 Additive Manufacturing for Aerospace Market Driving Forces
2.2 Additive Manufacturing for Aerospace Market Shares
2.2.1 Bright Laser Technologies
2.2.2 GE
2.2.3 Benefits of GE Aerospace Additive Manufacturing Acquisitions
2.2.4 GE Seeks To Have Its Additive Manufacturing Business Achieve $1 Billion In Revenue by 2020
2.2.5 Desktop Metal Technology
2.2.6 Höganäs Group / Digital Metal
2.2.7 Lockheed Martin
2.2.8 Sciaky Big Metal Experts:
2.3 Additive Manufacturing for Aerospace Market Forecasts
2.4 Metallurgy Additive Manufacturing for Aerospace Market Challenges
2.5 Metallurgy Additive Manufacturing for Aerospace Market Segment Forecasts
2.5.1 Metallurgy Additive Manufacturing for Aerospace Applications
2.5.2 Additive Manufacturing Materials
2.6 Market Forecast Additive Manufacturing, Market Segment Analysis
2.7 Additive Manufacturing for Aerospace Pricing
2.8 Additive Manufacturing for Aerospace Regional Segment Analysis
2.8.1 US Metallurgy Additive Manufacturing For Aerospace Market
2.8.2 Significant Regional Growth In Metal Additive Manufacturing in Asia
3. ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING FOR AEROSPACE PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
3.1 3D Systems Aerospace and Defense Metallic Additive Manufacturing
3.1.1 3D Systems DMP Printers
3.2 Digital Metal
3.3 GE 3D Metallurgy Printing in Jet Engines
3.3.1 GE Arcam EBM
3.3.2 GE Arcam EBM® — Electron Beam Melting
3.3.3 Additive Manufacturing (AM) at GE Additive
3.4 Ancor AM Powders
3.5 Metallurgy Additive Manufacturing at NASA
3.6 3D Metallurgy Printing at SpaceX
4. ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING FOR AEROSPACE RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY
4.1 3D Printing Set To Revolutionize Manufacturing Processes Involving Metals
4.1.1 3D Printing Of High-Strength Aluminum Alloys
4.1.2 Nanoparticles of Nucleants Used To Resolve Melting And Solidification Dynamics
4.1.3 Selective Laser Melting Creates Grains Roughly Equal In Length, Width And Height
4.2 Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of Aerospace Metallic Components and Parts
4.3 Additive Manufacturing of Titanium Alloy for Aerospace Components
4.4 High-Strength Nickel Based Superalloy Metal AM Rocket Engine ProjectX
4.5 Most Effective Size Range for EBAM Parts
5. ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING FOR AEROSPACE COMPANY PROFILES
5.1 3D Systems
5.1.1 3D Systems Teams with Airbus Defence and Space to Produce Metal AM satellite RF Filter
5.1.2 3D Systems Revenue
5.2 Aerojet Rocketdyne
5.2.1 Aerojet Rocketdyne Breaks Ground Advanced Manufacturing Facility in Huntsville
5.3 Airconic
5.4 Airbus
5.5 Alcoa
5.6 American Standard
5.7 BASF
5.7.1 BASF SLM Solutions
5.8 Boeing
5.8.1 Boeing AM Advantages
5.9 Bright Laser Technologies
5.10 Carpenter Technology
5.11 Cerevo
5.12 CFM International
5.12.1 CFM $1.0 Billion Leap-1a Engine Order from Cathay Pacific Places
5.13 Concept Laser
5.14 Desktop Metal --
5.14.1 Desktop Metal Partners with Morris Group for Distribution
5.15 DMG Mori
5.16 EOS
5.17 Farsoon
5.18 GE
5.18.1 Formation of GE Additive: Aviation’s Acquisition of Metal 3D Printer Manufacturers Concept Laser and Arcam1
5.18.2 GE / Arcam AB
5.18.3 GE Arcam Drivers for Additive Manufacturing
5.18.4 GE AP&C State-Of-The-Art Powder Manufacturing Facility in Canada
5.18.1 GE / Concept Laser
5.18.2 GE AM Fuel Nozzle
5.18.3 Concept Laser
5.19 Hewlett Packard
5.20 Höganäs Group / Digital Metal
5.20.1 Honeywell Aerospace and Digital Metal Exploring Joint AM Projects
5.20.2 Digital Metal Adds Titanium To Stainless Steels
5.21 Honeywell
5.21.1 Honeywell Powder Materials
5.22 Kymera 165
5.23 Lockheed Martin
5.24 Lumex 167
5.25 Markforged
5.26 Materialise NV
5.27 NanoSteel
5.28 NASA 172
5.29 Norsk Titanium
5.29.1 Norsk and Spirit
5.30 Optisys 177
5.31 Phoenix Scientific Industries Ltd (PSI),
5.32 Praxair Powders
5.33 Renishaw
5.34 Sciaky 180
5.34.1 Sciaky’s Electron Beam Additive Manufacturing (EBAM)
5.34.2 Sciaky Imaging And Sensing System Provides a Closed-Loop Control
5.34.3 Sciaky EBAM Dual Wire Feed System
5.35 Siemens 183
5.35.1 Siemens / Materials Solutions
5.36 SpaceX 186
5.36.1 SpaceX Iridium-3 Mission
5.36.2 SpaceX Printed Part To Space, Creates Printed Engine Chamber
5.37 H.C. Starck
5.37.1 H.C. Starck Amberprint
5.38 Stratasys World Leader in 3D Printing
5.38.1 Stratasys Direct Manufacturing Selected by Airbus to 3D Print Polymer
Serial Flying A350 XWB Parts
5.38.2 Stratasys Defining Force in 3D Printing And Additive Manufacturing
5.38.3 Stratasys Releases First Quarter 2017 Financial Results
5.39 Tekna Group
5.39.1 Tekna Manufacturing High-Quality Metal Powders For Additive Manufacturing
Applications In Aeronautics And Space
5.40 Thales
5.41 Titomic
5.41.1 Titomic Ltd, Commercializing A Process For The Additive Manufacturing Of Large Scale Titanium Parts
5.42 Trumpf adds Fraunhofer’s Extreme High-Speed Laser Deposition Welding Process
5.43 United States Metal Powders
5.44 Voestalpine AG
5.45 List of Selected Metal Additive Manufacturing Companies
WINTERGREEN RESEARCH,
WinterGreen Research Methodology
List of Tables and Figures
Figure 1. Additive Manufacturing for Aerospace Market Driving Forces
Figure 2. 3D printing Metallurgy Additive Direct Digital Manufacturing Benefits
Figure 3. Benefits of Choosing EBAM for Additive Manufacturing Process
Figure 4. Metallurgy Additive Manufacturing Aerospace Market Shares, Dollars,
Worldwide, First Three Quarters 2017
Figure 5. Metallurgy Additive Manufacturing Aerospace Market Shipments
Forecasts Dollars, Worldwide, 2017-2023
Figure 6. Aerospace Additive Manufacturing (AM) Technology Challenges
Figure 7. Aerospace Additive Manufacturing (AM) Technology Development Opportunities
Figure 8. Additive Manufacturing for Aerospace Market Driving Forces
Figure 9. 3D printing Metallurgy Additive Direct Digital Manufacturing Benefits
Figure 10. Benefits of Choosing EBAM for Additive Manufacturing Process
Figure 11. Metallurgy Additive Manufacturing Aerospace Market Shares, Dollars,
Worldwide, First Three Quarters 2017
Figure 12. Metallurgy Additive Manufacturing for Aerospace, Printers and Tooling,
Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, First Three Quarters 2017
Figure 13. Bright Laser Technologies
Figure 14. Benefits of GE Aerospace Additive Manufacturing Acquisitions
Figure 15. Metallurgy Additive Manufacturing Aerospace Market Shipments Forecasts
Dollars, Worldwide, 2017-2023
Figure 16. Metallurgy Additive Aerospace Manufacturing Market Forecasts, Dollars and
Units, Worldwide, 2017-2023
Figure 17. Metallurgy Additive Manufacturing For Aerospace Market Challenges
Figure 18. Metallurgy Additive Aerospace Manufacturing Market Segments,
Airplane Engines, Government and Defense, and Space, Forecasts, Dollars and Units,
Worldwide, 2017-2023
Figure 19. Metallurgy Additive Manufacturing Market Segment Forecasts
Dollars and Units, Worldwide, 2017-2023
Figure 20. Metallurgy Additive Aerospace Manufacturing, Regional Market Segments, 2017
Figure 21. Metallurgy Additive Aerospace Manufacturing, Regional Market Segments, 2017
Figure 22. Digital Metal DM P2500 3D Printer
Figure 23. CFM International’s 3D-Printed Fuel Nozzle for GE Jet Engines
Figure 24. GE Jet Engine Nozzles 3D Printing Improvements
Figure 25. GE LEAP A1 Jet Engine
Figure 26. GE Arcam EBM® — Electron Beam Melting Arcam EBM® Systems Architecture
Figure 27. GE Arcam Q20plus 3D Printing Chamber
Figure 28. GE Arcam EBM® — Electron Beam Melting Features
Figure 29. GE Arcam Q20plus Aerospace Low Pressure Turbine Blade Component Example
Figure 30. GE Arcam Q20plus Specifications Designed For Cost-Efficient
Production Of Aerospace Components
Figure 31. Ancor AM Powders
Figure 32. Combustion Chamber Developed By Engineers At NASA's
Marshall Space Flight Center In Huntsville, Alabama, For An Additively Manufactured
Demonstration Engine
Figure 33. NASA Metallurgy 3D-Printed Rocket Engine Components
Figure 34. Spacex Launches 3d-Printed Part To Space, Creates Printed Engine Chamber
Figure 35. SpaceX Test Firing the Raptor Engine
Figure 36. SpaceX Printed Engine Chamber
Figure 37. SpaceX Raptor System with 40% 3D Printed Parts
Figure 38. Airbus to Receive 3D-Printed Fuselage and Engine Pylon Parts from Alcoa
Figure 39. Alloys That Work for 3D Metallurgic Printing
Figure 40. Aluminum Alloy Powders
Figure 41. Titanium Alloy Specifications
Figure 42. Applications for Titanium Ti6Al4V:
Figure 43. GE Arcam Titanium Ti6Al4V (Grade 5) Powder Specification
Figure 44. Machining Ti6Al4V Parts Manufactured in the EBM Process
Figure 45. Australian Team Tests Metal AM Rocket Engine
Figure 46. ProjectX Engine During A Test Fire, Shock-Cell Structure In The
Rocket Plume Is Visible
Figure 47. System Process Components for the Build Industry Specifications
Figure 48. 3D Systems ProX DMP 320 Metal Printer
Figure 49. 3D Systems Metal Additive Manufacturing Applications
Figure 50. 3D Systems Revenue
Figure 51. Aerojet Rocketdyne Advanced Manufacturing Facility in Huntsville
Figure 52. Aerojet Rocketdyne 3D Printed Rockets
Figure 53. Airbus to Equip A350 XWB Pylon with 3D Printed Bracket
Figure 54. Airbus to Receive 3D-Printed Fuselage and Engine Pylon Parts from Alcoa
Figure 55. BASF Ultrafuse 316LX Additive Manufacturing For Fused Filament
Fabrication Of Metal Parts
Figure 56. Boeing FA-18E Super Hornet
Figure 57. Boeing F-15
Figure 58. Boeing 777x, Comparative wingspans
Figure 59. Boeing Norsk Titanium AS to Print 787 Parts
Figure 60. Norsk Titanium's MERKE IV Rapid Plasma Deposition™ 3D Printer
Creating An Aircraft Part
Figure 61. Bright Laser Technologies
Figure 62. Bright Laser Technologies Research Center
Figure 63. Bright Laser Technologies Aerospace Metallic Parts
Figure 64. Bright Laser Technologies Aerospace Fuselage Structure Parts
Figure 65. Cerevo Bicycle Frame
Figure 66. Cathay Pacific Places $1.0 Billion Cfm Leap-1a Engine Order
Figure 67. EOS Metal Additive Manufacturing
Figure 68. CFM International’s 3D-Printed Fuel Nozzle Reduces Part Count
Figure 69. Additive Manufacturing, 3-D Printing
Figure 70. AM Let GE Aviation Reduce The Weight Of The Engine By 5 Percent
Figure 71. Concept Laser Manufactures The Largest Powder Bed Fusion Metal 3d
Printer On The Market, The X Line 2000R
Figure 72. GE Additive Manufacturing Disruptive Technology: Changing the Product
Development and Manufacturing
Figure 73. Honeywell HTF7000 Engine In Production at Honeywell’s Phoenix Facility
Figure 74. Honeywell’s Phoenix Additive Manufacturing Technology Centre,
Figure 75. Honeywell Inconel 718 Engine Mount Bracket
Figure 76. Markforged Metal X 3D Printed Metal Components.
Figure 77. Markforged Target Industries
Figure 78. NASA Additive Manufacturing Operations
Figure 79. Norsk Provides Titanium to Spirit that Builds Thousands Of Titanium
Parts For Customers Around The Globe
Figure 80. Optisys Extreme Parts Consolidation Of Antenna Systems Enables
Reduced Size, Weight, Lead Time And Cost While Boosting RF Performance
Figure 81. Praxair Surface Technologies Metal Powders Functions
Figure 82. Sciaky Offers 3D printing
Figure 83. EBAM® Process
Figure 84. Siemens Metals Additive Manufacturing for Aerospace
Figure 85. Siemens 2017 Capacity
Figure 86. Markforged Metal X 3D Printed Metal Components.
Figure 87. SpaceX Liftoff
Figure 88. SpaceX Iridium-3 Mission
Figure 89. SpaceX Falcon 9 Rocket Launch
Figure 90. SpaceX 3D Printed Engine Chamber
Figure 91. H.C. Starck Surface Technology and Ceramic Powders GmbH Amberprint
Figure 92. H.C. Starck Surface Technology and Ceramic Powders GmbH Aerospace
Powders 195
Figure 93. Stratasys Recent Business Highlights:
Figure 94. Stratasys Milestones Towards Adopting Additive Manufacturing In
Complex Requirement Applications:
Figure 95. Stratasys Smart Multi-Cell System
Figure 96. Stratasys Metal Initiatives
Figure 97. Tekna Manufactures Turnkey Plasma Systems To Make High Quality
Spherical Powder 204
Figure 98. Tekna High Quality Titanium Spherical Powder Properties and Powder SIze
Figure 99. Titomic TKF Titanium Rapid AM Process

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