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VoxelMatters launches pre-sale campaign for new Consumer Products AM 2024 report

Pre-orders receive a £500 discount on new market study offering first in-depth insights on vertical adopters' demand and revenues

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20VoxelMatters, a leading market analysis company tracking the global additive manufacturing (AM) industry, is launching a pre-sale offer for its new comprehensive study on vertical AM adoption and opportunities in consumer products manufacturing, titled Consumer Products AM 2024 and set to be released on July 15th, 2024.

This new market study provides an in-depth analysis and forecast of polymer and metal AM in the consumer products industry, focusing on the hardware, materials, and services segments of the additive manufacturing market. Additionally, the report presents VoxelMatters’ first-ever analysis of data for AM part production by vertical end-user companies in the consumer products industry.

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

VoxelMatters launches pre-sale campaign for new Consumer Products AM 2024 report with £500 discount on pre-orders

The first Consumer Products AM report from VoxelMatters

This first major study by VoxelMatters on the adoption of additive manufacturing (AM) in the consumer products industry features nearly 150 charts and data tables that utilize VoxelMatters’ unique data to provide an accurate analysis of the current state of AM in consumer products manufacturing.

The study highlights specific and strategic technologies, materials, and processes, and includes 10-year forecasts on the business potential of AM in major consumer product segments. The consumer products manufacturing industry is a major adopter of additive manufacturing for prototyping, tooling, and was one of the first adopters of AM for end-use part production. In order to fully understand the impact of AM on consumer products, it’s important to examine each major subsegment.

This report focuses on specific trends and the business potential of AM adoption in various sectors, including Footwear (including insoles, midsoles, and entire shoes), Eyewear (frames), Sports equipment (gear and accessories), Jewelry, Design products (furniture, lighting), Consumer Electronics, Fashion, and Toys. The data used in this report comes from VoxelMatters’ core AM reports on Polymer and Metal AM, as well as information from the Composites and Ceramic AM reports.

An unparalleled panel of consumer products AM stakeholders

The underlying data covers 1,346 AM companies for polymers and metal AM, with 1,098 unique companies (as some operate in both metals and polymers). This data is combined with information gathered from a survey and audit of 143 consumer product OEMs that use AM. All of these companies are listed in the VoxelMatters Directory, the largest global directory of verified companies with nearly 7,000 listings across all AM-related segments. Download the full Table of Contents here and the List of Figures here.

The latest example of a superior 3D printed consumer product: Materialise just unveiled the AR Eyewear Concept design powered by Vuzix Corporation Waveguides. The frames combined Translucent and Titanium 3D printing to create a masterpiece designed by Roman Plaghki. Credits: Materialise, via Alireza Parandian. Click on the image to see the 3D printed parts separately.

Prominent and up-and-coming core AM companies surveyed and featured in the report include 3D Systems, Airtech, Anycubic, ARRIS, BASF Forward AM, Bambu Lab, Caracol, Carbon, Cooksongold, Creality, Digital Metal (Markforged), EOS, Evonik, ExOne and ETEC (Desktop Metal), Formlabs, Genera, Greenfill3D, HP 3D Printing, Legor, Luxcreo, Materialise, Massivit, MX3D, OECHSLER, Progol3D, Prusa Research, Raise3D, Shapeways, Stratasys, Ultimaker, voxeljet, and many others.

End user companies surveyed and/or audited/analyzed for this report include adidas, Aectual, Apple, Barrelhand, Beretta, Brooks Running, COBRA, Dior, Elli Design, Götti, Grohe, Hoet, Honor, Hoya, King Children, Kohler, LEGO, Luxottica, Meta, Microsoft, Mikita, MONOQOOL, New Balance, Nike, nVidia, PEAK, Pinarello, Posedla, Puma, Riddell, Safilo, Scope, Sennheiser, Signify (Philips), Specialized, Superfeet, The New Raw, Wilson, YOU MAWO, Zellerfeld, and many others.

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. Consumer product 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, challenges, and market potential 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, please contact Francesco Pulimeni at francesco@voxelmatters.com


Consumer Products AM 2024

This new market study from VoxelMatters provides an in-depth analysis and forecast of polymer and metal AM in the consumer products industry across the three core segments of the additive manufactu...

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