Polymer AM Market 2023

Published on: February 2024
  • 899 polymer AM companies individually surveyed and studied.
  • Core polymer AM market generated over $5.5 billion in 2022.
  • Market expected to grow to $45 billion by 2032 at 23.3% CAGR.

This new market study from VoxelMatters provides an in-depth analysis and forecast of the three core segments of the polymer additive manufacturing market: hardware, materials and services.

The report includes the full dataset for hardware, materials and services. These can also be ordered separately here.

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About the report 

This newly updated, 350+ page report on polymer additive Manufacturing (AM)—featuring almost 200 charts and data tables—provides an in-depth analysis of the rapidly growing sector, focusing on key industrial segments such as automotive, medical, dental, consumer and design products. The study closely examines the transition of polymer materials in additive manufacturing towards serial and mass manufacturing.

Leveraging VoxelMatters Directory—the largest global directory of verified AM companies with nearly 7,000 listings—our research team identified 233 hardware manufacturers, 211 material suppliers, and 455 service providers (899 in total, of which 781 unique companies including 42 new companies from the previous edition). The dataset underlying this market study encompasses over 190,000 data points (63,000+ for hardware, 52,000+ for materials, and 78,000+ for AM services), offering one of the most comprehensive and accurate overviews of the current polymer AM global market.

Prominent and up-and-coming companies featured in the report include:

3D Systems, 3DXTECH, Airtech, Anycubic, Arkema, BASF, Bambu Lab, Caracol, Carbon, CMS, Creality, CRP, ETEC (Desktop Metal), EOS, Evonik, FIT, Flashforge, Formlabs, Forecast3D, HP, Jabil Additive, Markforged, Materialise, Mitsubishi MCPP, OECHSLER, Photocentric, Polymaker, Protolabs, Prototal, Prusa Research, Quickparts, SABIC, Shapeways, Solvay, Stratasys, Ultimaker, UnionTech & UnionFab, and WeNext.

In addition to supporting the market analysis and development efforts of current suppliers, the report is targeted towards companies looking to enter the market and capitalize on developing opportunities. OEMs looking to implement AM for polymer part production will benefit from this study by quickly and accurately understanding currently available technologies, materials and services as well as the benefits and challenges of each. Finally, this document serves as a guide for investors looking for the next disruptive production technologies.

To learn more about the scope of this study and the methodology behind this research contact us.

1. The state of polymer additive manufacturing

1.1.  Introduction to polymer Additive Manufacturing

1.1.1.   About this report

1.1.1.1. Data collection methodology

1.1.1.2. Forecasting methodology

1.2.  Key trends in polymer additive manufacturing

1.3.  Total addressable market for polymer AM applications

1.3.1.   Size of overall market for polymer manufacturing

1.3.2.   Key stakeholders in overall polymer manufacturing

1.3.3.   Other key topic/challenges/insights

1.4.  Intro to polymer AM

1.4.1.   Polymer hardware

1.4.2.   Polymer materials

1.4.3.   polymer service providers

1.5.  State of the polymer AM market in 2022

1.5.1.   State of the polymer AM market in 2022

1.5.2.   State of the polymer AM market in 2022 by vertical

1.5.3.   State of the polymer AM market in 2022 by region

1.6.  10-year forecast of the total polymer AM market

1.6.1.   Forecast of the polymer AM market 2022–2032

1.6.1.1. Forecast of the polymer AM market 2022–2032 by vertical segment

1.6.1.2. Forecast of the polymer AM market 2022–2032 by region

 

2. Polymer AM hardware technologies

2.1.  Overview of polymer AM hardware

2.1.1.   Timeline

2.1.2.   General evolutionary trends for polymer AM HW

2.2.  Vat Photopolymerization – VPP

2.2.1.   VPP-specific key evolutionary trends

2.2.2.   Laser stereolithography (SLA)

2.2.2.1. Description

2.2.2.2. Key players and systems

2.2.3.   Digital light processing stereolithography (DLP)

2.2.3.1. Description

2.2.3.2. Key players and systems

2.2.4.   LED/LCD stereolithography

2.2.4.1. Description

2.2.4.2. Key players and systems

2.2.5.   Continuous DLP stereolithography/ high speed vat photopolymerization

2.2.5.1. Description

2.2.5.2. Key players and systems

2.2.6.   2PP and µSLA/µDLP

2.2.6.1. Description

2.2.6.2. Key players and systems

2.3.  Material extrusion – MEX

2.3.1.   Filament extrusion

2.3.1.1. Fused Deposition Modeling

2.3.1.2. Fused Filament Fabrication

2.3.1.3. Pellet Material Extrusion

2.3.2.   Key players and systems

2.3.3.   Large Format Additive Manufacturing (LFAM)

2.3.3.1. Fused Granular Fabrication

2.3.3.2. Robotic Extrusion

2.3.3.3. Key players and systems

2.3.4.   Pneumatic Extrusion

2.3.4.1. Silicone

2.3.4.2. Polyurethane

2.3.4.3. Key players and systems

2.4.  Powder Bed Fusion

2.4.1.   Laser PBF or Selective laser sintering – SLS

2.4.1.1. Key players and systems

2.4.1.1.1. Western companies

2.4.1.1.2. Rise of entry-level SLS

2.4.1.1.3. Rise of Chinese SLS companies

2.4.2.   Thermal PBF

2.4.2.1. Description

2.4.2.2. Key players and systems

2.5.  Material Jetting (MJ)

2.5.1.   Description

2.5.2.   Key players and systems

2.5.3.   Application-specific material jetting technologies

2.5.3.1. Electronics (AME)

2.5.3.2. Opthalmic

2.5.3.3. Textiles

2.6.  Other notable polymer AM technologies

2.6.1.   VoxelJet: too big to miss PMMA binder jetting

2.6.2.   Massivit GDP: a big one of a kind

2.7.  State of the polymer AM market in 2022

2.7.1.   Polymer AM hardware unit sales analysis 2022

2.7.1.1. Polymer VPP AM hardware unit sales analysis 2022 by sub-technologies

2.7.1.2. Polymer PBF AM hardware unit sales analysis 2022 by sub-technologies

2.7.1.3. Polymer MEX AM hardware unit sales analysis 2022 by sub-technologies

2.7.1.4. Polymer JET AM hardware unit sales analysis 2022 by sub-technologies

2.7.2.   Polymer AM hardware revenue analysis 2022

2.7.2.1. Polymer VPP AM hardware revenue analysis 2022 by sub-technologies

2.7.2.2. Polymer PBF AM hardware revenue analysis 2022 by sub-technologies

2.7.2.3. Polymer MEX AM hardware revenue analysis 2022 by sub-technologies

2.7.2.4. Polymer JET AM hardware revenue analysis 2022 by sub-technologies

2.7.3.   Polymer AM hardware unit installed base analysis 2022

2.7.3.1. Polymer VPP AM hardware unit sales analysis 2022 by sub-technologies

2.7.3.2. Polymer PBF AM hardware unit sales analysis 2022 by sub-technologies

2.7.3.3. Polymer MEX AM hardware unit sales analysis 2022 by sub-technologies

2.7.3.4. Polymer JET AM hardware unit sales analysis 2022 by sub-technologies

2.8.  10-year forecast of polymer AM hardware market 2022–2032

2.8.1.   Forecast of polymer AM hardware unit sales 2022–2032

2.8.2.   Forecast of polymer AM hardware revenue 2022–2032

2.8.3.   Forecast of polymer AM hardware unit installed base 2022–2032

 

3. Polymer AM materials

3.1.  Overview of available polymer AM materials

3.1.1.   Difference between amorphous and crystalline polymers

3.1.1.1. Amorphous polymers

3.1.1.2. Crystalline polymers

3.2.  Thermoplastic filaments and pellets for extrusion 3D printing

3.2.1.   ABS

3.2.1.1. ABS filaments for extrusion 3D printing

3.2.1.2. ABS pellets for extrusion 3D printing

3.2.2.   PLA

3.2.2.1. PLA filaments for extrusion 3D printing

3.2.2.2. PLA pellets for extrusion 3D printing

3.2.3.   Nylon (PA)

3.2.3.1. Nylon filaments for extrusion 3D printing

3.2.3.2. Nylon pellets for extrusion 3D printing

3.2.4.   PAEK (PEEK and PEKK)

3.2.4.1. PEEK and PEKK filaments for extrusion 3D printing

3.2.4.2. PEEK and PEKK pellets for extrusion 3D printing

3.2.5.   PEI (ULTEM)

3.2.5.1. ULTEM filaments for extrusion 3D printing

3.2.5.2. ULTEM pellets for extrusion 3D printing

3.2.6.   PET/PETG

3.2.6.1. PET/PETG filaments for extrusion 3D printing

3.2.6.2. PET/PETG pellets for extrusion 3D printing

3.2.7.   Polypropylene

3.2.7.1. Polypropene filaments for extrusion 3D printing

3.2.7.2. Polypropylene pellets for extrusion 3D printing

3.2.8.   TPU/TPE and other elastomers for 3D printing

3.2.8.1. Elastomer filaments for extrusion 3D printing

3.2.8.2. Elastomer pellets for extrusion 3D printing

3.2.9.   Polycarbonate

3.2.9.1. PC filament for extrusion 3D printing

3.2.9.2. PC pellets for extrusion 3D printings

3.2.10. Polysulfones

3.2.10.1.   PSU, PESU, PPSU filaments for extrusion 3D printing

3.2.10.2.   PSU, PESU, PPSU pellets for extrusion 3D printing

3.2.11. Other relevant materials

3.2.11.1.   ASA

3.2.11.2.   Polystyrene and HIPS

3.2.11.3.   PVDF

3.2.11.4.   PVA and other support materials

3.2.11.5.   PMMA

3.2.11.1.   Notable sustainable and bio-derived products

3.2.11.2.   Miscellaneous interesting products

3.3.  Thermoplastic powder materials for PBF

3.3.1.   Nylon for polymer PBF technologies

3.3.1.1. Nylon 12 for polymer L-PBF

3.3.1.2. Nylon 12 for polymer Thermal PBF (MJF, HSS)

3.3.1.3. Nylon 11 for polymer L-PBF

3.3.1.4. Nylon 11 for polymer thermal PBF

3.3.1.5. Nylon 12 and nylon 11 composites for polymer PBF

3.3.1.6. Nylon 6, 66, 613 and other types of nylon for polymer PBF

3.3.2.   Elastomers for polymer PBF technologies

3.3.3.   Polypropylene for polymer PBF technologies

3.3.4.   PAEK for polymer PBF technologies

3.3.5.   Other notable polymers for PBF technologies

3.4.  WAX and PMMA

3.5.  Photopolymers

3.5.1.   Photopolymers for stereolithography (SLA, DLP, LCD)

3.5.1.1. Modeling resins for prototyping

3.5.1.2. Castable resins

3.5.1.3. Tough and rigid digital materials (ABS-like, PP-like, PC-like, TPU-like, PEEK-like)

3.5.1.4. High-temperature and molding resins

3.5.1.5. Transparent resins

3.5.1.6. Flexible (TPU-like, rubber-like) resins

3.5.1.7. Dental resins

3.5.1.7.1. Dental model and tools applications

3.5.1.7.2. In-mouth dental applications

3.5.2.   Photopolymers for material jetting

3.5.3.   High-speed vat photopolymerization materials for part production

3.5.3.1. Urethane-based and cast urethane alternatives

3.5.3.2. Epoxy-based

3.5.3.3. Silicone-based and molded silicone alternatives

3.5.3.4. Other notable resins for high speed vat photopolymerization

3.5.3.5. Dental resins for high-speed vat photopolymerization

3.6.  Thermosets

3.6.1.   Silicone for 3D printing

3.6.1.1. Dow Chemical

3.6.1.2. Elkem Silicones

3.6.1.3. COP Chimie

3.6.2.   Thermoset Polyurethane for 3D printing

3.7.  State of the polymer AM materials market 2022

3.7.1.   Analysis of polymer AM material volumes in 2022

3.7.2.   Analysis of polymer AM material revenues in 2022

3.8.  10-year forecast of the polymer AM material market

3.8.1.   Forecast of polymer AM materials volume 2022–2032

3.8.2.   Forecast of polymer AM materials revenue 2022–2032

 

4. Polymer AM service providers

4.1.  Types of polymer AM service providers

4.1.1.   Pure player (application-agnostic) polymer AM service bureaus

4.1.2.   Rapid prototyping polymer service providers offering production services

4.1.3.   Small and medium specialized polymer AM service providers

4.1.4.   Large polymer AM services and AM factories

4.1.5.   – polymer contract manufacturers

4.1.6.   – polymer part manufacturers providing AM parts and AM services

4.1.7.   AM material manufacturers offering AM services

4.1.8.   AM hardware providers offering AM production services

4.1.9.   AM/3D printing service networks

4.2.  Polymer AM Workflow

4.2.1.   Design automation

4.2.2.   Material supply automation

4.2.3.   Process automation

4.2.3.1. In-workflow build handling automation

4.2.3.2. Workflow management

4.2.4.   Automating AM technologies

4.2.4.1. Material extrusion

4.2.4.2. Polymer powder bed fusion

4.2.4.3. Photopolymerization

4.2.5.   Post-workflow part handling automation

4.3.  State of the polymer AM services market 2022

4.3.1.   Number of parts produced by polymer AM services 2022

4.3.1.1. Number of parts produced by polymer AM services in 2022 by sub-technologies

4.3.2.   Revenues generated by polymer AM services 2022

4.3.2.1. Revenues generated by polymer AM services in 2022 by sub-technologies

4.4.  10-year forecast of the polymer AM services market 2022–2032

4.4.1.   Forecast of the number of parts produced by polymer AM services 2022–2032

4.4.1.1. Forecast of the number of parts produced by polymer AM services by sub-technologies 2022–2032

4.4.2.   Forecast of revenues generated by polymer AM services 2022–2032

4.4.2.1. Forecast of revenues generated by polymer AM services by sub-technologies 2022–2032

 

5. Key vertical markets for polymer AM

5.1.  Key polymer AM vertical adoption markets

5.1.1.   Industrial machinery markets for polymer AM

5.1.2.   Automotive markets for polymer AM

5.1.3.   Aerospace markets for polymer AM

5.1.4.   Medical markets for polymer AM

5.1.5.   Dental markets for polymer AM

5.1.6.   Consumer markets for polymer AM

5.2.  Types of polymer AM parts

5.2.1.   Prototypes

5.2.1.1. Visual prototypes

5.2.1.2. Pre-prototypes

5.2.1.3. Functional prototypes

5.2.1.4. Multi-iterative prototypes

5.2.1.5. From prototype to production

5.2.2.   Physical models

5.2.2.1. Product models (multi-material/color)

5.2.2.2. Architectural models

5.2.2.3. Medical (and dental) models

5.2.3.   Tools

5.2.3.1. Jigs and fixtures

5.2.3.2. Molds

5.2.3.3. Foundry cores and patterns for casting

5.2.3.4. Mechanical tools

5.2.3.5. End of arm tools (EOAT), robots and cobots

5.3.  State of the polymer AM adoption market in 2022

5.3.1.   Polymer AM hardware by vertical adoption segment (units and revenues)

5.3.2.   Polymer AM materials by vertical adoption segment (demand and revenues)

5.3.3.   Polymer AM parts produced by AM services by vertical AM adoption segment (units and revenues)

5.4.  10-year forecast of the polymer AM adoption market 2022–2032

5.4.1.   Forecast of polymer AM hardware by vertical adoption segment (units and revenues)

5.4.2.   Forecast of polymer AM materials by vertical adoption segment (volume and revenues)

5.4.3.   Forecast of polymer AM part produced by AM services by vertical (units and revenues)

 

6. Key geographic markets for polymer AM

6.1.  EMEA

6.1.1.   Germany

6.1.2.   France

6.1.3.   Italy

6.1.4.   UK

6.1.5.   Others

6.2.  North America

6.2.1.1. USA

6.3.  APAC

6.3.1.   China

6.3.2.   India

6.3.3.   Japan

6.3.4.   South Korea

6.3.5.   Others

6.4.  LATAM

6.4.1.   Brazil

6.4.2.   Chile

6.4.3.   Argentina

6.4.4.   Others

6.5.  State of polymer AM regional markets in 2022

6.5.1.   Polymer AM hardware by region (units and revenues)

6.5.2.   Polymer AM materials by region (volume and revenues)

6.5.3.   Polymer AM services by region (part units and revenues)

6.6.  10-year forecast of polymer AM regional markets 2022–2032

6.6.1.   Forecast of polymer AM hardware by region (units and revenues)

6.6.2.   Forecast of polymer AM materials by region (volume and revenues)

6.6.3.   Forecast of polymer AM services by region (parts and revenues)

 

 

Table of Figures

1. The state of polymer additive manufacturing

Figure 1. The top 10 players by revenues 2022

Figure 2. Total revenues of largest plastic manufacturing companies involved in polymer AM with relative products and brands 2022

Figure 3. Key technologies and relative sub technologies studied in the report

Figure 4. Material and relative available material forms studies in this report

Figure 5. Size of the polymer AM market in 2022 (USD M) by market segment and YoY growth

Figure 6. Polymer AM market revenues (USD M) 2021 and 2022 by top vertical segment

Figure 7. Polymer AM market revenues (USD M) 2021 and 2022 by region

Figure 8. Forecast of polymer AM market revenues (USD M) by segment 2022 to 2032 and YoY growth

Figure 9. Polymer AM market (Hardware, Materials, Services) CAGR 2022 to 2032

Figure 10. Forecast of polymer AM market revenues (USD M) by top vertical segment 2022–2032

Figure 11. Forecast of the polymer AM market revenues (USD M) by region 2022–2032

 

2. Polymer AM hardware technologies

Figure 12. Timeline for introduction of polymer AM technologies

Figure 13. Map of major polymer AM technologies

Figure 14. Table of key players and systems in SLA Stereolithography

Figure 15. Table of key players and systems in DLP stereolithography

Figure 16. Table of key players and systems in LED/LCD stereolithography

Figure 17. Table of key players and systems in continuous DLP

Figure 18. Table of key players and systems in micro VPP

Figure 19. Key vendors and systems of filament extrusion hardware

Figure 20. Table of key players and systems in LFAM material extrusion

Figure 21. Table of key players and systems in [TECHNOLOGY X] subcategory Z

Figure 22. Table of key players and systems in SLS

Figure 23. Table of key players and systems in thermal PBF

Figure 24. Table of key players and systems in material jetting

Figure 25. Table of key players and systems in application-specific material jetting

Figure 26. Top 10 polymer hardware companies by unit sales in 2022

Figure 27. Top 10 polymer hardware systems by unit sales in 2022

Figure 28. Polymer AM hardware unit sales analysis 2022 by technology

Figure 29. Polymer AM hardware unit sales analysis 2022 by price segment

Figure 30. Hardware units by polymer VPP sub-technologies 2021–2022 and YoY growth

Figure 31. Hardware units by polymer PBF sub-technologies 2021–2022 and YoY growth

Figure 32. Hardware units by polymer MEX sub-technologies 2021–2022 and YoY growth

Figure 33. Hardware units by polymer JET sub-technologies 2021–2022 and YoY growth

Figure 34. Top 10 polymer hardware systems by unit sales in 2022

Figure 35. Top 10 polymer AM hardware systems by generated revenues 2022

Figure 36. Polymer AM hardware revenues analysis 2022 by technology

Figure 37. Polymer AM hardware revenue analysis 2022 by price segment

Figure 38. Hardware revenue (USD M) by VPP sub-technologies 2021–2022 and YoY growth

Figure 39. Hardware revenue (USD M) by PBF sub-technologies 2021–2022 and YoY growth

Figure 40. Hardware revenue (USD M) by MEX sub-technologies 2021–2022 and YoY growth

Figure 41. Hardware revenue (USD M) by JET sub-technologies 2021–2022 and YoY growth

Figure 42. Top 10 polymer AM companies by installed base 2022

Figure 43. Top 10 polymer AM hardware systems by installed base 2022

Figure 44. Polymer AM hardware unit installed base analysis 2022 by technology

Figure 45. Hardware installed base analysis 2022 by price segment

Figure 46. Hardware installed base by VPP and sub-technologies 2021–2022 and YoY growth

Figure 47. Hardware installed base by PBF and sub-technologies 2021–2022 and YoY growth

Figure 48. Hardware installed base by MEX and sub-technologies 2021–2022 and YoY growth

Figure 49. Hardware installed base by JET and sub-technologies 2021–2022 and YoY growth

Figure 50. Forecast of polymer AM hardware unit sales (thousands) 2022–2032 by technology

Figure 51. Forecast of polymer AM hardware units (thousands) by VPP sub-technologies 2022–2032

Figure 52. Forecast of polymer AM hardware units by PBF sub-technologies 2022–2032

Figure 53. Forecast of polymer AM hardware units (thousands) by MEX sub-technologies 2022–2032

Figure 54. Forecast of polymer AM hardware units by JET sub-technologies 2022–2032

Figure 55. Forecast of polymer AM hardware revenue (USD M) 2022–2032 by technology

Figure 56. Forecast of polymer AM hardware revenue (USD M) by VPP sub-technologies 2022–2032

Figure 57. Forecast of polymer AM hardware revenue (USD M) by PBF sub-technologies 2022–2032

Figure 58. Forecast of polymer AM hardware revenue (USD M) by MEX sub-technologies 2022–2032

Figure 59. Forecast of polymer AM hardware revenue (USD M) by JET sub-technologies 2022–2032

Figure 60. Forecast of polymer AM hardware installed base (thousands) 2022–2032 by technology

Figure 61. Forecast of polymer AM hardware installed base (thousands) by VPP sub-technologies 2022–2032

Figure 62. Forecast of polymer AM hardware installed base by PBF sub-technologies 2022–2032

Figure 63. Forecast of polymer AM hardware installed base (thousands) by MEX sub-technologies 2022–2032

Figure 64. Forecast of polymer AM hardware installed base by JET sub-technologies 2022–2032

 

3. Polymer AM materials

Figure 65. Map of polymer AM material types and forms by technology and applications

Figure 66. Characteristics of common thermoplastic polymers that have known uses in 3D printing

Figure 67. Table of available ABS filament products

Figure 68. Table of available ABS pellet products

Figure 69. Table of available PLA filament products

Figure 70. Table of available PLA pellet products

Figure 71. Table of available polyamide filament products

Figure 72. Table of available polyamide pellet products

Figure 73. Table of available PEEK and PEKK filament products

Figure 74. Table of available PEEK and PEKK pellet products

Figure 75. Table of available ULTEM filament products

Figure 76. Table of available ULTEM pellets products

Figure 77. Table of available PET and PETG filament products

Figure 78. Table of available PET and PETG pellet products

Figure 79. Table of available polypropylene filament products

Figure 80. Table of available polypropylene pellet products

Figure 81. Table of available elastomer filament products

Figure 82. Table of available elastomer pellet products

Figure 83. Table of available polycarbonate filament products

Figure 84. Table of polycarbonate pellet products

Figure 85. Table of polysulphones filament products

Figure 86. Table of available polysulfones pellet products

Figure 87. Table of neat nylon 12 powder products for L-PBF

Figure 88. Table of neat nylon 12 powder products for thermal PBF

Figure 89. Table of neat nylon 11 powder products for L-PBF

Figure 90. Table of neat nylon 11 powder products for thermal PBF

Figure 91. Table of nylon 12 and nylon 11 composite powder products for PBF

Figure 92. Table of neat and composite nylon 11 powder products for PBF

Figure 93. Table of elastomer powder products for PBF

Figure 94. Table of polypropylene powder products for PBF

Figure 95.  Available PAEK powder products for PBF

Figure 96. Other relevant available powder products for PBF

Figure 97. Wax products for material jetting

Figure 98. Table of modeling resins for vat photopolymerization (SLA, DLP, LCD)

Figure 99. Table of castable resins for vat photopolymerization (SLA, DLP, LCD)

Figure 100. Table of first party tough, rigid and durable resins for vat photopolymerization (SLA, DLP, LCD)

Figure 101. Table of third party tough, rigid and durable resins for vat photopolymerization (SLA, DLP, LCD)

Figure 102. Table of first-party high-temperature resins for vat photopolymerization (SLA, DLP, LCD)

Figure 103. Table of third-party high-temperature and dielectric resins for vat photopolymerization (SLA, DLP, LCD)

Figure 104. Table of transparent and biomedical resins for vat photopolymerization (SLA, DLP, LCD)

Figure 105. Table of flexible resins available commercially for vat photopolymerization (SLA, DLP, LCD)

Figure 106. Common dental-specific resins available commercially for vat photopolymerization (SLA, DLP, LCD)

Figure 107. Modeling resins available commercially for material jetting

Figure 108. Tough, rigid and durable resins available commercially for material jetting

Figure 109. High temperature resistant and dielectric resins for material jetting

Figure 110. Transparent and biomedical resins for material jetting

Figure 111. Flexible resins for material jetting

Figure 112. Dental resins for material jetting

Figure 113. Table of common urethane-based resins available commercially for AM

Figure 114. Table of common epoxy-based resins available commercially for AM

Figure 115. Table of common silicone-based resins available commercially for AM

Figure 116. Resins available commercially for high-speed photopolymerization

Figure 117. Table of silicone products available commercially for extrusion

Figure 118. Table of polyurethane products available commercially for extrusion 3D printing

Figure 119. Top 10 polymer material companies by volume 2022

Figure 120. Top 10 polymer material by volume 2022

Figure 121. Polymer AM material volume (kilograms) analysis 2022 by material form

Figure 122. Polymer powder volume (kilograms) by material 2021–2022 and YoY growth

Figure 123. Polymer filament volume (kilograms) by material 2021–2022 and YoY growth

Figure 124. Polymer pellet volume (kilograms) by material 2021–2022 and YoY growth

Figure 125. Polymer resin volume (kilograms) by material 2021–2022 and YoY growth

Figure 126. Polymer thermoset volume (kilograms) by material 2021–2022 and YoY growth

Figure 127. Top 10 polymer AM companies by revenue 2022

Figure 128. Top 10 polymer materials by revenue 2022

Figure 129. Polymer AM material revenue (USD M) analysis 2022 by material form

Figure 130. Polymer powder revenue (USD M) by material 2021–2022 and YoY growth

Figure 131. Polymer filament revenue (USD M) by material 2021–2022 and YoY growth

Figure 132. Polymer pellet revenue (USD M) by material 2021–2022 and YoY growth

Figure 133. Polymer resin revenue (USD M) by material 2021–2022 and YoY growth

Figure 134. Polymer thermoset revenue (USD M) by material 2021–2022 and YoY growth

Figure 135. Forecast of polymer AM materials volume (tonnes) 2022–2032 by material form

Figure 136. Forecast of polymer powder volume (tonnes) by material 2022–2032

Figure 137. Forecast of polymer filament volume (tonnes) by material 2022–2032

Figure 138. Forecast of polymer pellet volume (tonnes) by material 2022–2032

Figure 139. Forecast of polymer resin volume (tonnes) by material 2022–2032

Figure 140. Forecast of polymer thermoset volume (tonnes) by material 2022–2032

Figure 141. Forecast of polymer AM materials revenue (USD M) 2022–2032 by material form

Figure 142. Forecast of polymer powder revenue (USD M) by material 2022–2032

Figure 143. Forecast of polymer filament revenue (USD M) by material 2022–2032

Figure 144. Forecast of polymer pellet revenue (USD M) by material 2022–2032

Figure 145. Forecast of polymer resin revenue (USD M) by material 2022–2032

Figure 146. Forecast of polymer thermoset revenue (USD M) by material 2022–203

 

4. Polymer AM service providers

Figure 147. Top 10 polymer AM service companies by number of parts produced in 2022

Figure 148. Number of parts produced by polymer AM services 2022 by technology

Figure 149. Number of parts produced by polymer AM services 2022 by part type

Figure 150. Number of parts produced by polymer AM services in 2022 by VPP sub-technologies and YoY growth

Figure 151. Number of parts produced by polymer AM services in 2022 by PBF sub-technologies and YoY growth

Figure 152. Number of parts produced by polymer AM services in 2022 by MEX sub-technologies and YoY growth

Figure 153. Number of parts produced by polymer AM services in 2022 by JET sub-technologies and YoY growth

Figure 154. Top 10 polymer AM service companies by revenue in 2022

Figure 155. Revenue generated by polymer AM services 2022 by technology

Figure 156. Revenue generated by polymer AM services 2022 by part type

Figure 157. Revenues (USD M) generated by polymer AM services in 2022 by VPP sub-technologies and YoY growth

Figure 158. Revenues (USD M) generated by polymer AM services in 2022 by PBF sub-technologies and YoY growth

Figure 159. Revenues (USD M) generated by polymer AM services in 2022 by MEX sub-technologies and YoY growth

Figure 160. Revenues (USD M) generated by polymer AM services in 2022 by JET sub-technologies and YoY growth

Figure 161. Forecast of the number of parts (thousands) produced by polymer AM services by technology

Figure 162. Forecast of the number of parts (millions) produced by polymer AM services by part type

Figure 163. Forecast of the number of parts (thousands) produced by polymer AM services by VPP sub-technologies 2022–2032

Figure 164. Forecast of the number of parts (thousands) produced by polymer AM services by PBF sub-technologies 2022–2032

Figure 165. Forecast of the number of parts (thousands) produced by polymer AM services by MEX sub-technologies 2022–2032

Figure 166. Forecast of the number of parts (thousands) produced by polymer AM services by JET sub-technologies 2022–2032

Figure 167. Forecast of revenues (USD M) generated by polymer AM services 2022–2032 by technology

Figure 168. Forecast of revenues (USD M) generated by polymer AM services 2022–2032 by part type

Figure 169. Forecast of revenues (USD M) generated by polymer AM services by VPP sub-technologies 2022–2032

Figure 170. Forecast of revenues (USD M) generated by polymer AM services by PBF sub-technologies 2022–2032

Figure 171. Forecast of revenues (USD M) generated by polymer AM services by MEX sub-technologies 2022–2032

Figure 172. Forecast of revenues (USD M) generated by polymer AM services by JET sub-technologies 2022–2032

 

5. Key vertical markets for polymer AM

Figure 173. Polymer AM hardware units sold in 2022 by vertical AM adoption segment

Figure 174. Polymer AM hardware revenues (USD M) in 2022 by vertical AM adoption segment

Figure 175. Polymer AM material volume demand (tonnes) in 2022 by vertical AM adoption segment

Figure 176. Polymer AM material revenues (USD M) in 2022 by vertical AM adoption segment

Figure 177. Number of polymer AM parts produced by services in 2022 by vertical AM adoption segment

Figure 178. Revenues (USD M) generated by polymer AM parts produced by AM services in 2022 by vertical adoption segment

Figure 179. Forecast of polymer AM hardware units sold by vertical AM adoption segment 2022–2032

Figure 180. Forecast of polymer AM hardware revenues (USD M) by vertical AM adoption segment 2022–2032

Figure 181. Forecast of polymer AM material volume demand (tonnes) by vertical AM adoption segment 2022–2032

Figure 182. Forecast of polymer AM material revenues (USD M) by vertical AM adoption segment 2022–2032

Figure 183. Forecast of the number of polymer AM parts produced by services by vertical AM adoption segment 2022–2032

Figure 184. Forecast of revenues (USD M) generated by polymer AM parts produced by AM services by vertical adoption segment 2022–2032

 

6. Key geographic markets for polymer AM

Figure 185. Polymer AM hardware units sold in 2022 by region

Figure 186. Polymer AM hardware revenues (USD M) in 2022 by region

Figure 187. Polymer AM material volume demand (tonnes) in 2022 by region

Figure 188. Polymer AM material revenues (USD M) in 2022 by region

Figure 189. Number of polymer AM parts produced by services in 2022 by region

Figure 190. Revenues (USD M) generated by polymer AM parts produced by AM services in 2022 by region

Figure 191. Forecast of polymer AM hardware units (thousands) sold by region 2022–2032

Figure 192. Forecast of polymer AM hardware revenues (USD M) by region 2022–2032

Figure 193. Forecast of polymer AM material volume demand (tonnes) by region 2022–2032

Figure 194. Forecast of polymer AM material revenues (USD M) by region 2022–2032

Figure 195. Forecast of the number of polymer AM parts (thousands) produced by services by region 2022–2032

Figure 196. Forecast of revenues (USD M) generated by polymer AM parts produced by AM services by region 2022–2032

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