Detailed Market Research Report of United States 3D Printing In Automotive Market (2018-2025)

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  • Scope of the United States 3D Printing In Automotive Market 2018-2025
  • Progress trends in United States 3D Printing In Automotive Market
  • Overall size and growth rate factors of United States 3D Printing In Automotive Market
  • Emerging Market Players of United States 3D Printing In Automotive Market
  • Application usage according to the geographical region
  • Leading manufacturers of United States 3D Printing In Automotive Market 2018-2025
  • Dynamics of United States 3D Printing In Automotive Market 2018-2025
  • Market share, revenue, and sales data
  • Developing geographical regions with huge potential
  • Categorical division according to Geographical Regions

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Top Four Important Factors of United States 3D Printing In Automotive Market

  • Market Players – In this section, we have shared a list of all the expected market players along with their strategies. Here is a list of all the market players:
  • 3D Systems
  • Autodesk
  • Arcam AB
  • Stratasys
  • Voxeljet
  • Exone
  • Hoganas
  • Optomec
  • Local Motors
  • Ponoko
  • Categories – We have included all the details of the products and we have created a category for each product.
  • Prototyping and Tooling
  • R&D and Innovation
  • Manufacturing Complex Products
  • Application Usage – The usage of the application and statistical data has already been shared in our market research report.
  • Stereolithography (SLA)
  • Laser Sintering
  • Electron Beam Melting (EBM)
  • Fused Disposition Modeling (FDM)
  • Laminated Object Manufacturing (LOM)
  • Three Dimensional Inkjet printing (3IDP)
  • Geographical Division – This research report consists of all the best-performing regions with massive potential to provide great profitability.
  • The West
  • Southwest
  • The Middle Atlantic
  • New England
  • The South
  • The Midwest

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The Future of 3D Printing in the Automotive Industry

Date June 7, 2016
Time Noon to 2 p.m.

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3D printing is changing prototyping and manufacturing. We invite you to lunch and a discussion on the effects of 3D printing in the auto industry today and how to maximize this technology for tomorrow.

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Rick Neff
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Professor of Mechanical Engineering, University of Cincinnati
Director of Computer Aided Manufacturing Laboratory, Co-Director of Center for Global Design & Manufacturing

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Steel Fights Back, Looks To Hot-Pressing, 3D Printing To Win Back Automotive Market

The narrative flow in the automotive industry has been firmly behind aluminum in the quest for lower weight and better fuel consumption, but steelmakers were never going to stand idly by and see one of their most lucrative markets rapidly erode even though the speed of the change has caught some of them by surprise.

Brian Aranha, Vice President of Global Automotive at ArcelorMittal (NYSE:MT) is quoted in Automotiveworld saying Ford’s (NYSE:F) decision to switch a large chunk of the F-150 to aluminum “…was a bad surprise for us, we just didn’t see it coming.”

Well, whether they saw it coming or not, they are reacting now. Steelmakers the world over are pouring millions into research and development to carve out a role for steel in the car designs of the future.

The Aluminum Challenge

They have much to fear, in an executive summary to a report by Ducker Worldwide last year, called DriveAluminum, a highlight is made to the rapid gains made by the light metal.

(click to enlarge)Source: Ducker Worldwide

Although the F-150 leads the class with 1,080 lbs. of aluminum, the pickup truck segment has embraced weight reduction more than any other. The average content will be 548.9 lbs per vehicle almost the same as E segment sedans at 549.9 lbs. and SUVs close behind at 410.3 lbs.

The total aluminum content for the 17.46 million vehicles of expected production this year will equal nearly 7 billion pounds or 3.2 million tons, and the rate of gain is fast. Total North American light vehicle aluminum consumption will increase by 28% in 2015 over 2012.

Structural Integrity

Traditionally, aluminum has been used in engine blocks and castings, but as the F-150 has shown wholesale replacement of structural body parts, hoods, doors and panels can achieve dramatic weight savings. Much of the growth to come is from body panels, long the sole domain of steelmakers.

(click to enlarge)Source: Ducker Worldwide

Steel In the Game

Part of steel’s appeal, according to Aranha, is the cost of incremental improvements in weight reduction.

“Our steel solutions can reduce cost as well as weight,” he says, “and where there are cost increases, they are in the range of $0.75/lb (€1 to €1.5 per kilogram) of weight saved. Conversely, aluminum solutions can mean cost increases of between €3 and €15 per kilogram of weight saved, depending on the application.”

According to Automotive World, a CO2 emissions target of 95g/km has been confirmed in Europe for 2021, while corporate average fuel economy (CAFE) standards in the U.S. will require light vehicles to achieve 54.5 mpg by 2025, compared to around 30 today.

In assisting original equipment manufacturers to hit these targets, ArcelorMittal is looking to provide the potential for a 20% reduction in body-in-white (BIW) weight by achieving higher strength and, hence, allowing the use of thinner (and so lighter) steel.

Alloying and treatment will only go so far. The firm is not alone in now promoting hot stamping of car parts. The traditional cold-stamping route creates a lot of wear on dies and, more importantly, with thinner gauges exhibits “spring back,” whereas hot stamping, with in-die quenching, creates a stronger panel with better precision.

By next year, ArcelorMittal expects to be delivering steels capable of 2,000 MegaPascals (MPa), double where they were at just a few years ago. Combined with laser welding, Arcelor believes hot stamping will allow carmakers to reduce vehicles by a further 3% (100+ lbs) within the next two years at a lower cost than an equivalent aluminum solution.

Beyond that, steelmakers see 3D printing of ultra-thin panels as the next step, saying there is only so thin you can go with a door panel in steel or aluminum before it begins to become wavy, 3D printing would allow the inclusion of stiffeners or stiffening materials overlaying the steel.

Steel’s Fight Back Begins

ArcelorMittal is not alone in pouring vast amounts of money and expertise into this battle, a struggle that we all stand to benefit from with lower fuel consumption and more innovative designs around the corner. Who said competition wasn’t good for you?