Market Research Report
Opportunities in Additive Manufacturing for Civil Aviation Parts Production, 2019-2029
|Published by||SmarTech Analysis||Product code||914918|
|Published||Content info||115 Pages
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|Opportunities in Additive Manufacturing for Civil Aviation Parts Production, 2019-2029|
|Published: October 15, 2019||Content info: 115 Pages||
The opportunities in additive manufacturing for civil aviation parts production are beyond question. The number of application cases leveraging AM's value proposition continues to expand, increasingly driven by some of the largest aviation part suppliers, including GE Aviation, MTU, Rolls Royce, Safran and others. By choosing to adopt AM, tier 1 suppliers have increased pressure on all other suppliers to do the same. Many of them are now rising to challenge, widening the number of AM adopters in the industry as well as the number of tested applications.
This report identifies and assesses the business potential of these trends, in light of the latest developments for additive manufacturing in aviation, focusing exclusively on end-use part production (for tools and final parts).
The report includes:
The aerospace segment has seen larger than ever before investments in AM hardware and materials and these trends continue to indicate that the market for AM in commercial and general aviation is still only at the very beginning of its potential growth curve.
This report is based on extensive interviews in the “additive aerospace” sector as well as on SmarTech's extensive database of information and proprietary market forecasts in this space. The report will be highly valuable to marketing, business development and production executives at 3D printer makers, AM material companies, specialist service bureau, as well as within the aerospace industry itself.