Global 3D Printed Electronics Markets Report 2022-2032: Key

Dublin, 17 February 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – The report “3D Printing Electronics Markets: A 10-Year Forecast of Applications, Processes and Materials” has been added to offer.

This report analyzes how effective 3D printing is and what the challenges are.

Printing processes have been used in electronics since the earliest days of electronics. However, for the most part until relatively recently, “printed electronics” mainly referred to printed wired traces and processes that more closely resembled coating than printing. There have also been attempts to 2D-print polymer electronics for IoT-like networks, but ultimately it has failed.

Meanwhile, in the last decade 3D printing (additive manufacturing) has started to evolve using many processes and materials and has focused on just as many applications.

The report also contains market forecasts for these gaps by type of 3D printing process, materials, etc. In addition, the report examines trends and challenges in changing technical, marketing and supply. Finally, the report contains the strategic profiles of key firms that have made the 3D printing electronics market their own.

The main topics covered:

E.1 Summary of Key Market Opportunities for 3D Printing Electronics
E.2 Summary of ten-year market forecasts
E.3 Key companies shaping the electronics sector with 3D printing
E.4 Summary of supply chain issues and strategies

Chapter One: Introduction
1.1 Reference to this report
1.2 Objectives and scope of this report
1.3 Methodology of this report
1.4 Plan this report

Chapter Two: Potential Applications of 3D Printing in the Electronics Sector
2.1 3D printed electronics versus 2D printed electronics versus conventional electronics
2.1.1 Application of electronics to 3D surfaces
2.1.2 3D printing for electronics in shape
2.1.3 Printing complete devices: the ultimate goal of 3D printing electronics
2.2 Components
2.2.1 Printed Circuit Boards
2.2.2 Sensors
2.2.3 Passive electronic components
2.3 Displays
2.3 Automotive Electronics
2.3.1 Internal panels
2.3.2 Heaters
2.4 Medical Electronics
2.5 Consumer Electronics
2.6 Highlights from this chapter

Chapter Three: 3D Printing and Related Processes Useful in the Electronics Sector
3.4 Inkjet printing
3.2 Aerosol printing
3.3 Laser direct structuring
3.4 Processing of pressed paste
3.5 Portable printing processes
3.6 Related molding processes
3.7 Stereolithography
3.8 Binder Jet Technology
3.9 Metallization and post-processing
3.10 Highlights from this chapter

Chapter four: 3D printing of electronic materials
4.1 Conductors
4.1.1 Silver and copper
4.1.2 Carbon and nanocarbon
4.2 Semiconductors
4.3 Polymers, ceramics and composites
4.4 Substrates
4.4.1 Tensile and conformal electronics
4.4.2 Transparent electronics
4.5 Threads as electronic wiring
4.6 The role of metamaterials in 3D printing electronics
4.7 Highlights from this chapter

Chapter Five: Companies working in the field of 3D printing electronics
5.1 Ceradrop
5.2 Draper
5.3 Elantas
5.4 Elephantech
5.5 Molex
5.6 NanoDimension
5.7 NeoTech AMT
5.8 Novocentric
5.9 nScrypt
5.10 Optomec
5.11 Plastic electronic
5.12 Xerox

Chapter Six: Ten-Year 3D Printing Electronics Business Forecasts
6.1 Forecasting methodology
6.2 Ten-year forecast depending on the application: on surfaces printed on 3D printing, electronics in molds, complete devices
6.3 Ten-year forecast by application type: the printing process is used
6.4 Ten-year forecast by application: Functional materials
6.5 Ten-year forecasts by application: Substrate
6.6 Ten-Year Forecast of Printer Electronics Supply / Installation Base
6.7 Ten-year forecast of 3D printed electronics by geography

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