Ceramic AM Market Opportunities and Trends

This market study from 3dpbm Research provides an in-depth analysis and forecast of the ceramic additive manufacturing market, with individual data for hardware, materials and services demand and revenues, for both technical and traditional ceramics.

  • 96 ceramic AM companies individually surveyed and studied
  • Ceramic AM market generated $154 million in 2020
  • Total market expected to grow to over $3.4 billion by 2030 at 36.5% CAGR
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About this report

When discussing additive manufacturing of ceramics, it is important to differentiate between AM processes for technical ceramics and AM processes for traditional ceramics.

Applications of technical and traditional ceramics differ greatly: the former are used to produce high-performance parts that usually weigh just a few grams, while the latter are mainly used to produce very large molds and foundry cores that weigh several kilograms. There are many other applications—of both technical and traditional ceramics—which sometimes blur the lines between technologies and materials, however, there are fundamentally two very distinct ceramic AM markets that need to be described and analyzed. That is what we do in this report.

In a niche market such as ceramics AM, the challenges of accurately estimating and mapping the market that 3dpbm Research identified in its ceramic market study are even more evident than for more established segments such as polymers and metals.

As a leading media and market research firm entirely focused on additive manufacturing, 3dpbm Research is uniquely positioned to address these issues. By leveraging our proprietary Index, the 3D Printing Business Directory—the largest global directory of verified AM companies, with currently 6,000 companies present—we were able to identify 96 companies that have invested in ceramics AM, representing nearly the entirety of the ceramic AM market and its key segments: ceramic AM hardware, ceramic AM materials and ceramic AM services.

These companies have been surveyed to produce what is, to date, the most accurate and detailed database of the ceramic AM market, enabling subsequent analyses and forecasts based on our consolidated forecast model.

First-hand data was compared and combined with additional data and information collected by the 3dpbm Research team from all publicly available sources, for each company included in this study. Finally, interviews were conducted with leading AM industry stakeholders and independent consultants to further validate and verify the data, estimates and analyses.

In total, the dataset for this market study comprises over 6,000 data points, providing an accurate snapshots of the current ceramic AM global market.

Using 3dpbm Research’s proprietary forecast model—which integrates multiple coefficients representing a wide range of influencing factors—the ceramic AM market is estimated to grow from $154 million in 2020 to over $3.4 billion by 2030. Significant growth is taking place in new areas of development such as binder jetting and bound filament extrusion of technical ceramic materials, with the ongoing rapid development of serial-production capable stereolithographic processes and continuing adoption of large format sand binder jetting systems for industrial casting applications.

Leading and emerging companies addressed in the report include: 10dim Tech, 3D Potter, 3DCeram, Admatec, Alumina Systems, AON, Bosch Advanced Ceramics, Cerhum, DWS, EASYMFG, EnvisionTEC, ExOne, Formatec, Hetitec, HumTown Additive, iLaser, Kyocera Fine Ceramics, Lithoz, Nanoe, nScrypt, Prodways, Steinbach, Tethon 3D, VormVrij, voxeljet, WASP, WZR, XJet, Zipro and several more.

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 ceramic 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, it 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 please contact us.

Chapter One

Has the time come for ceramics additive manufacturing in final parts production?

1.1 Introduction to ceramics additive manufacturing (AM)

1.1.1 About this report

1.1.2 Data Collection

1.1.2.1 Ceramics AM hardware

1.1.2.2 Ceramics AM materials

1.1.2.3 Ceramics AM services

1.1.2.4 Ceramics AM parts

1.1.3 Forecasting Model

1.2 The market for ceramic AM

1.3 Ceramic AM Technologies

1.3.1 Stereolithography

1.3.2 Binder Jetting

1.3.3 Bound filament material extrusion

1.3.4 Pneumatic/Robotic Extrusion

1.3.5 Material Jetting

1.4 Ceramic AM Materials

1.4.1 Technical Ceramics

1.4.1.1 Oxide ceramics

1.4.1.2 Non oxide ceramics

1.4.1.3 Bioceramics

1.4.2 Traditional Ceramics

1.4.2.1 Sand

1.4.2.2 Concrete

1.4.2.3 Clay

1.5 Estimating the total addressable market (TAM) for ceramic AM applications

1.6 10-year forecast of the global ceramic AM revenue opportunity

1.7 Key players in ceramics AM

1.7.1 Hardware manufacturers

1.7.2 Materials suppliers

1.7.3 Service providers

1.7.4 Key adopters

1.8 Highlights from this chapter

 

Chapter Two

How Ceramic AM technologies are evolving to meet production
requirements 

2.1 Overview of all ceramics AM hardware technologies

2.1.1 Ceramic AM Technologies

2.2 Ceramics Stereolithography

2.2.1 SLA-based Ceramics AM

2.2.1.1 Key applications and trends

2.2.1.2 Key vendors and systems

2.2.2 DLP-based ceramics AM

2.2.2.1 Key applications and trends

2.2.2.2 Key vendors and systems

2.2.3 Stereolithography of nanoceramic-filled resins for dental applications

2.3 Binder jetting technologies

2.3.1 The Binder Jetting process

2.3.1.1 Key applications and trends for binder jetting of traditional ceramics

2.3.1.2 Key applications and trends for binder jetting of technical ceramics

2.3.1.3 Key vendors and systems

2.4 Bound filament extrusion

2.4.1 How bound filament extrusion can benefit from CIM

2.4.2 The bound ceramic extrusion process

2.4.2.1 Key applications and trends

2.4.2.2 Key vendors and systems

2.5 Paste Deposition/Pneumatic Extrusion Technologies

2.5.1 The paste deposition and extrusion process

2.5.1.1 Key trends in clay 3D printing

2.5.1.2 Key vendors and systems

2.6 Material Jetting of Ceramics

2.6.1 The nano particle jetting process

2.6.1.1 Key applications and trends

2.6.1.2 Key vendors and systems

2.7 Analysis of the ceramic AM hardware market in 2020

2.7.1 Quantifying key ceramic AM hardware market indicators

2.7.1.1 Quantifying key ceramic AM hardware market indicators

2.7.2 The technical ceramic AM hardware market 2020

2.7.2.1 Metrics for technical ceramic AM hardware technologies 2020

2.7.3 The traditional ceramic AM hardware market 2020

2.7.3.1 Metrics for traditional ceramic AM hardware technologies 2020

2.8 Ten-year forecast of ceramic AM demand and revenue opportunities

2.8.1 Ten-year forecast of technical ceramic AM hardware revenues, unit sales and installed base

2.8.2 Ten-year forecast of traditional ceramic AM hardware revenues, unit sales and installed base

2.9 Highlights from this chapter

 

Chapter Three

Ceramic material companies entering the AM Market

3.1 Overview of ceramic  AM materials

3.1.1 Ceramic slurries for AM

3.1.1.1 Ceramic AM slurry products and suppliers

3.1.2 Ceramic powders for AM

3.1.2.1 Traditional vs. technical ceramic powders

3.1.2.2 Ceramic AM powder products and suppliers

3.1.2.3 Binders for ceramic binder jetting

3.1.3 Bound ceramic filaments

3.1.3.1 Bound ceramic filament products and suppliers

3.1.4 Ceramic paste products for AM

3.1.5 Nanoceramics for inkjet/material jetting and ceramic nanoparticle-based materials

3.2 Technical Ceramic Materials for AM

3.2.1 Oxide ceramics

3.2.1.1 Alumina and alumina applications in AM

3.2.1.2 Zirconia and zirconia applications in AM

3.2.1.3 Silicates, technical silica and their applications in AM

3.2.2 Non-oxide ceramics

3.2.2.1 Silicon carbide and silicon carbide applications in AM

3.2.2.2 Silicon nitride and silicon nitride applications in AM

3.2.2.3 Boron carbide and boron carbide applications in AM

3.2.3 Calcium-based bioceramics

3.2.3.1 Tricalcium phosphate and TCP applications in AM

3.2.3.2 Hydroxyapatite and HA/HAP applications in AM

3.3 Traditional Ceramic Materials for AM

3.3.1 Sand for 3D printing

3.3.1.1 Silica sand

3.3.1.2 Zircon sand

3.3.1.3 Chromite (chromium ore)

3.3.1.4 Ceramic beads

3.3.2 Clays for 3D printing

3.3.2.1 Earthenware/Terracotta

3.3.2.2 Stoneware

3.3.2.3 Porcelain

3.3.3 Concrete for 3D printing

3.3.3.1 Concrete applications in AM

3.3.4 Glass for 3D printing

3.3.4.1 Glass applications in AM

3.4 State of the ceramic AM materials market 2020

3.4.1 Leading material companies in ceramic AM

3.4.2 Key metrics for technical ceramic AM materials

3.4.2.1 Technical ceramic AM materials revenues

3.4.2.2 Technical ceramic AM materials demand

3.4.2.3 Geographic metrics for technical ceramic AM materials revenues

3.4.3 Key metrics for traditional ceramic AM materials

3.4.3.1 Traditional ceramic AM materials demand

3.4.3.2 Traditional ceramic AM materials demand

3.4.3.3 Key geographic metrics for traditional ceramic AM materials revenues

3.5 Ten-year forecast of demand and revenue opportunities for ceramic AM materials

3.5.1 10-year forecast of ceramic AM materials revenues

3.5.2 10-year forecast of technical ceramic AM materials

3.5.2.1 10-year forecast of technical ceramic AM materials revenues

3.5.2.2 10-year forecast of technical ceramic AM materials demand

3.5.3 10-year forecast of traditional ceramic AM materials

3.5.3.1 10-year forecast of traditional ceramic AM materials revenues

3.5.3.2 10-year forecast of traditional ceramic AM materials demand

3.6 Highlights from this chapter

 

Chapter Four

Delivering Benefits and Opportunities of Ceramics AM through Service and Parts Production 

4.1 Types of Ceramic AM service providers

4.1.1 Ceramic AM hardware manufacturers providing AM services

4.1.1.1  Stereolithography hardware manufacturers offering AM services
4.1.1.2 Binder jetting hardware manufacturers offering AM services
4.1.1.3 Other relevant ceramics AM hardware manufacturers providing on-demand production services

4.1.2 Ceramic materials suppliers providing AM services

4.1.3 Ceramics part manufacturers implementing AM

4.1.4 Specialized ceramics AM service providers

4.1.4.1  Medical and dental ceramic AM service providers
4.1.4.2 Foundries

4.2 Ceramic AM Production Workflows

4.2.1 DfAM for ceramics

4.2.2 Loading materials and building ceramic parts

4.2.3 Post processing

4.2.3.1  Cleaning and de-binding

4.2.4 Sintering

4.2.4.1 Sintering Furnaces

4.3 Understanding the benefits of the 3D printed casting process

4.4 State of the ceramic AM services market 2020

4.4.1 Leading ceramic AM service companies

4.4.2 The technical ceramic AM service market 2020

4.4.2.1  Leading technical ceramic AM service providers by revenues and parts produced in 2020
4.4.2.2 Technical ceramics AM technology metrics
4.4.2.3 Technical ceramics AM parts metrics
4.4.2.4 Geographic technical ceramics AM parts metrics

4.4.3 The traditional ceramic AM service market 2020

4.4.3.1  Leading traditional ceramic AM service provider for revenues and parts produced in 2020
4.4.3.2 Traditional ceramics AM technology metrics
4.4.3.3 Traditional ceramics AM parts metrics
4.4.3.4 Geographic traditional ceramics AM parts metrics

4.5 10-year Forecast of Ceramic AM Services Business Opportunities

4.5.1 10-year forecast of technical ceramic AM services and parts demand and revenue opportunities

4.5.2 10-year forecast of traditional ceramic AM services and parts demand and revenue opportunities

4.6 Highlights from this chapter

 

Appendix I

Adoption Markets for Ceramic AM

5.1 Technical Ceramics AM Applications and Markets

5.1.1 Aviation, Space and Defense

5.1.1.1  High potential ceramic AM applications

5.1.2 Foundry Cores and Tools

5.1.3 Medical and biomedical (orthopedic implants and bone grafts)

5.1.4 Dental

5.1.5 Industrial parts and components

5.1.6 Energy and electronics

5.1.7 Consumer Products and Jewelry

5.2 Traditional Ceramics

5.2.1 Molds and Foundry Cores

5.2.2 Consumer Products

5.2.3 Pottery

 

Appendix II

Companies Addressed

A2.1 Hardware Companies
A2.2 Material Companies
A2.3 Service Companies

 

Appendix III

Glossary of Terms

 

Figures

Fig. 1-1: Top 10 companies by generated revenues 2020
Fig. 1-2: 10-year forecast of the market for ceramic AM revenues ($US M) 2020–2030
Fig. 1-3: YoY growth of total ceramic AM market revenues ($US M) 2020–2030
Fig. 1-4: 10-year forecast of revenues ($US M) 2020 vs 2025 vs 2030
Fig. 1-5: Ceramic AM market CAGR by segment
Fig. 1-6: 10-year market share forecast 2020 vs 2030
Fig. 2-1: Top 10 hardware companies by generated revenues 2020
Fig. 2-2: Hardware revenue market share by vertical adoption segments 2020
Fig. 2-3: Technical – Top 10 hardware companies by generated revenues 2020
Fig. 2-4: Technical – Top 10 HW systems by generated revenues 2020
Fig. 2-5: Technical – Top 10 companies by HW units sold 2020
Fig. 2-6: Technical – Top 10 HW systems by units sold 2020
Fig. 2-7: Technical – Hardware revenues market share by technology 2020
Fig. 2-8: Technical – Hardware revenues ($US M) by technology 2020 and 2021 YoY growth
Fig. 2-9: Technical – Top 10 countries by hardware revenues ($US M) 2020 and 2021 YoY growth
Fig. 2-10: Traditional – Top 10 companies by generated revenues 2020
Fig. 2-11: Traditional – Top 10 HW systems by generated revenues 2020
Fig. 2-12: Traditional – Top 10 companies by HW units sold 2020
Fig. 2-13: Traditional – Top 10 HW systems by units sold 2020
Fig. 2-14: Traditional – Hardware revenues market share by technology 2020
Fig. 2-15: Traditional – Hardware revenues ($US M) by technology 2020 and 2021 YoY growth
Fig. 2-16: Traditional – Top 10 countries by hardware revenues ($US M) 2020 and 2021 YoY growth
Fig. 2-17: 10-year forecast of hardware revenues ($US M) technical vs traditional
Fig. 2-18: 10-year forecast of hardware units sold technical vs traditional
Fig. 2-19: Technical – 10-year forecast of hardware revenues ($US M) by technology
Fig. 2-20: Technical – 10-year forecast of hardware revenues CAGR by technology
Fig. 2-21: Technical – 10-year forecast of hardware revenues and YoY growth 2020–2030
Fig. 2-22: Technical – 10-year forecast of hardware unit sales by technology
Fig. 2-23: Technical – 10-year forecast of hardware unit average prices ($US) by technology
Fig. 2-24: Technical – 10-year forecast of hardware unit installed base by technology and YoY growth 2020–2030
Fig. 2-25: Traditional – 10-year forecast of hardware revenues ($US M) by technology
Fig. 2-26: Traditional – 10-year forecast of hardware revenues CAGR by technology
Fig. 2-27: Traditional – 10-year forecast of hardware revenues and YoY growth 2020–2030
Fig. 2-28: Traditional – 10-year forecast of hardware unit sales by technology
Fig. 2-29: Traditional – 10-year forecast of hardware unit average prices ($US) by technology
Fig. 2-30: Traditional – 10-year forecast of hardware unit installed base by technology and YoY growth 2020–2030
Fig. 3-1: Top 10 materials companies by generated revenues 2020
Fig. 3-2: Revenue market share by vertical adoption segments 2020
Fig. 3-3: Revenues ($US) by ceramic family (traditional vs technical) 2020 and 2021 YoY growth
Fig. 3-4: Volumes (t) by ceramic family (traditional vs technical) 2020 and 2021 YoY growth
Fig. 3-5: Top 10 technical ceramic AM material companies by generated revenues 2020
Fig. 3-6: Top 10 technical ceramic AM material companies by material volume (t) 2020
Fig. 3-7: Volumes (t) by technical ceramic material 2020 and 2021 YoY growth
Fig. 3-8: Volumes (t) by technical ceramic sub-family 2020 and 2021 YoY growth
Fig. 3-9: Volumes (t) by technical material form 2020 and 2021 YoY growth
Fig. 3-10: Revenues by technical ceramic material 2020 and 2021 YoY growth
Fig. 3-11: Revenues by technical ceramic sub-family 2020 and 2021 YoY growth
Fig. 3-12: Revenues by technical ceramic material form 2020 and 2021 YoY growth
Fig. 3-13: Technical – Revenues ($US) by country 2020 and 2021 YoY growth
Fig. 3-14: Technical – Volumes (t) by country 2020 and 2021 YoY growth
Fig. 3-15: Top 10 traditional ceramic AM material companies by generated revenues 2020
Fig. 3-16: Top 10 traditional ceramic AM material companies by material volume (t) 2020
Fig. 3-17: Revenues by traditional ceramics materials (t) 2020 and 2021 YoY growth
Fig. 3-18: Revenues by traditional ceramic material form (t) 2020 and 2021 YoY growth
Fig. 3-19: Volumes (t) by traditional ceramic material 2020 and 2021 YoY growth
Fig. 3-20: Volumes (t) by traditional material form 2020 and 2021 YoY growth
Fig. 3-21: Traditional – Revenues ($US) by country 2020 and 2021 YoY growth
Fig. 3-22: Traditional – Volumes (t) by country 2020 and 2021 YoY growth
Fig. 3-23: 10-year forecast of material revenues ($US) by family (traditional vs technical) 2020–2030
Fig. 3-24: 10-year forecast of material demand (t) by family (traditional vs technical) 2020–2030
Fig. 3-25: 10-year forecast of technical ceramic material revenues ($US) by material 2020–2030
Fig. 3-26: 10-year forecast of technical ceramic material revenues CAGR by material 2020–2030
Fig. 3-27: 10-year forecast of technical ceramic material revenues by material YoY growth % trend 2020–2030
Fig. 3-28: 10-year forecast of average price of technical ceramic materials for AM ($US/kg) by material 2020–2030
Fig. 3-29: 10-year forecast of technical ceramic material revenues ($US) by sub-family 2020–2030
Fig. 3-30: 10-year forecast of technical ceramic material revenues ($US) by material form 2020–2030
Fig. 3-31: 10-year forecast of technical ceramic material revenues CAGR by material form 2020–2030
Fig. 3-32: 10-year forecast of technical ceramic material demand (t) by material 2020–2030
Fig. 3-33: 10-year forecast of technical ceramic material demand (t) by sub-family 2020–2030
Fig. 3-34: 10-year forecast of technical ceramic material demand (t) by material form 2020–2030
Fig. 3-35: 10-year forecast of traditional ceramic material revenues ($US) by material 2020–2030
Fig. 3-36: 10-year forecast of traditional ceramic material revenues CAGR by material 2020–2030
Fig. 3-37: 10-year forecast of traditional ceramic material revenues by material YoY growth % trend 2020–2030
Fig. 3-38: 10-year forecast of average price of traditional ceramic materials for AM ($US/kg) by material 2020–2030
Fig. 3-39: 10-year forecast of traditional ceramic material revenues ($US) by material form 2020–2030
Fig. 3-40: 10-year forecast of traditional ceramic material revenues CAGR by material form 2020–2030
Fig. 3-41: 10-year forecast of traditional ceramic material demand (t) by material 2020–2030
Fig. 3-42: 10-year forecast of traditional ceramic material demand (t) by material form 2020–2030
Fig. 4-1: Top 10 ceramic AM services by generated revenues 2020
Fig. 4-2: Ceramic AM services revenue market share by vertical adoption segments 2020
Fig. 4-3: Top 10 technical ceramic AM service providers by revenues 2020
Fig. 4-4: Top 10 technical ceramic AM service providers by number of machines
Fig. 4-5: Top 10 technical ceramic AM service providers by number of parts produced
Fig. 4-6: Top 10 technical ceramic AM service providers by material consumption (t)
Fig. 4-7: Technical ceramic AM service revenues ($US K) by technology 2020
Fig. 4-8: Number of technical ceramic AM parts produced by technology 2020
Fig. 4-9: AM services demand of technical ceramic material (t) by technology 2020
Fig. 4-10: Average technical ceramic part size (g) by technology 2020
Fig. 4-11: Number of machines for technical ceramic AM by technology 2020
Fig. 4-12: Technical ceramic AM service revenues ($US K) by part size (g) 2020
Fig. 4-13: Number of technical ceramic AM parts produced by part size (g) 2020
Fig. 4-14: AM services demand of technical ceramic material (t) by part size (g) 2020
Fig. 4-15: Average price ($US) of technical ceramic AM parts by part size (g) 2020
Fig. 4-16: Top 10 countries by technical ceramic AM part units produced by services in 2020
Fig. 4-17: Top 10 countries by technical material consumption (t) by services in 2020
Fig. 4-18: Top 10 traditional ceramic AM service providers by revenues 2020
Fig. 4-19: Top 10 traditional ceramic AM service providers by number of machines
Fig. 4-20: Top 10 traditional ceramic AM service providers by number of parts produced
Fig. 4-21: Top 10 traditional ceramic AM service providers by material consumption (t)
Fig. 4-22: Traditional ceramic AM service revenues ($US K) by technology 2020
Fig. 4-23: Number of traditional ceramic AM parts produced by technology 2020
Fig. 4-24: AM services demand of traditional ceramic material (t) by technology 2020
Fig. 4-25: Average traditional ceramic part size (g) by technology 2020
Fig. 4-26: Number of machines for traditional ceramic AM by technology 2020
Fig. 4-27: Traditional ceramic AM service revenues ($US K) by part size (g) 2020
Fig. 4-28: Number of traditional ceramic AM parts produced by part size (g) 2020
Fig. 4-29: AM services demand of traditional ceramic material (t) by part size (g) 2020
Fig. 4-30: Average price ($US) of traditional ceramic AM parts by part size (g) 2020
Fig. 4-31: Top 10 countries by traditional ceramic AM part units produced by services in 2020
Fig. 4-32: Top 10 countries by traditional material consumption (t) by services in 2020
Fig. 4-33: 10-year forecast of technical ceramic AM services revenues ($US M) by technology 2020–2030
Fig. 4-34: CAGR of technical ceramic AM services revenues by technology 2020–2030
Fig. 4-35: Technical ceramic AM services revenues ($US M) and YoY growth 2020–2030
Fig. 4-36: 10-year forecast of average technical ceramic part size (g) by technology 2020–2030
Fig. 4-37: 10-year forecast of technical ceramic part units produced (thousands) by technology 2020–2030
Fig. 4-38: 10-year forecast of technical ceramic AM services material consumption (t) by technology 2020–2030
Fig. 4-39: 10-year forecast of traditional ceramic AM services revenues ($US M) by technology 2020–2030
Fig. 4-40: CAGR of traditional ceramic AM services revenues by technology 2020–2030
Fig. 4-41: Traditional ceramic AM services revenues ($US M) and YoY growth 2020–2030
Fig. 4-42: 10-year forecast of average traditional ceramic part size (g) by technology 2020–2030
Fig. 4-43: 10-year forecast of traditional ceramic part units produced (thousands) by technology 2020–2030
Fig. 4-44: 10-year forecast of traditional ceramic AM services material consumption (t) by technology 2020–2030

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