3D Printing Metal Powder Sales Market Trends, Growth and Business Outlook

3D Printing Metal Powder Sales Market Report 2018 to 2025 presents in-depth assessment of the 3D Printing Metal Powder Sales including enabling technologies, key trends, market drivers, challenges, standardization, regulatory landscape, deployment models, operator case studies, opportunities, future roadmap, value chain, ecosystem player profiles and strategies. The report also presents forecasts for 3D Printing Metal Powder Sales investments from 2018 till 2025.

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3D Printing Metal Powder Sales market competition by top manufacturers, with production, price, revenue (value) and market share for each manufacturer the top players including

Arcam

Arkema

CarpenterTechnology

EOSGmbHElectroOpticalSystems

Erasteel

Exone

GKN

Hoganas

LPWTechnology

Sandvik

 

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On the basis of product, 3D Printing Metal Powder Sales Market displays the production, revenue, price, and market share and growth rate of each type, primarily split by Types :

AluminumAlloy

TitaniumAlloy

CopperAlloy

Other

On the basis of product, 3D Printing Metal Powder Sales Market displays the production, revenue, price, and market share and growth rate of each type, by Applications :

Medical

Automotive

Metallurgy

Military

Aerospace

Other

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Geographically, this report is segmented into several key Regions, with production, consumption, revenue (million USD), and market share and growth rate of 3D Printing Metal Powder Sales in these regions, from 201 to 2025 (forecast), covering

Market Segment

by Regions

2014 2018 2025 Share (%) CAGR (2018-2025)
United States xx xx xx xx% xx%
North America xx xx xx xx% xx %
Southeast Asia xx xx xx xx% xx %
EU xx xx xx xx% xx %
Middle East and Africa xx xx xx xx% xx %
South America xx xx xx xx% xx %
RoW (Rest of World). xx xx xx xx% xx %
Total xx xx xx xx% xx%

Contents of the 12 Chapter for This 3D Printing Metal Powder Sales Market Study:-

Chapter 1: to describe 3D Printing Metal Powder Sales Market Introduction, product scope, market overview, market opportunities, market risk, market driving force;

Chapter 2: to analyze the top manufacturers of 3D Printing Metal Powder Sales Market, with sales, revenue, and price of 3D Printing Metal Powder Sales Market, in 2016 and 2018;

Chapter 3: to display the competitive situation among the top manufacturers, with sales, revenue and market share in 2016 and 2018;

Chapter 4: to show the 3D Printing Metal Powder Sales Market by regions, with sales, revenue and market share of 3D Printing Metal Powder Sales Market, for each region, from 2013 to 2018;

Chapter 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9: to analyze the key regions, with sales, revenue and market share by key countries in these regions;

Chapter 10 and 11: to show the market by type and application, with sales market share and growth rate by type, application, Methodology, Analyst Introduction, Data Source from 2013 to 2018;

Chapter 12: Global 3D Printing Metal Powder Sales Market forecast, by regions, type and application, with sales and revenue, from 2015 to 2025;

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  • Marketing Channel Development Trend
  • 3D Printing Metal Powder Sales Market Positioning
  • Pricing Strategy
  • Brand Strategy
  • Target Client
  • Distributors/Traders List included in Positioning 3D Printing Metal Powder Sales Market

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3D printing software encompasses all software required to realise a 3D model from CAD to print. This report provides a detailed overview of the functions of different 3D printing software technologies including this includes scanning for reverse engineering, CAD, CAE, CAM and workflow management, as well as evaluating the strengths and weaknesses of the most common file formats for 3D printing and their potential alternatives. Areas in which users’ needs remain unmet by current technologies are highlighted.

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Singapore firms tapping 3D printing tech for new growth opportunities

SINGAPORE: Tissue implants customised for individual patients and a more cost-efficient way of producing hybrid solid rocket fuel – these are some of the joint industry research projects that are in the National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Cluster’s (NAMIC) portfolio.

In a joint media release on Monday (Jan 23), the Nanyang Technological University (NTU), the National Research Foundation and SPRING Singapore gave an update on NAMIC since it was formed last year to help companies develop capabilities in 3D printing.

It has successfully established joint funding for 39 projects between companies and academic research institutions, with S$3.8 million from the Government via NAMIC and S$2.8 million from the companies, Dr Ho Chaw Sing, managing director of NAMIC, told Channel NewsAsia in an interview on Monday. 

The entity has reached out to about 400 local and international firms to help them adopt 3D printing, also known as additive manufacturing, the press release said. 

Dr Ho added the response from companies has been “positive” despite the use of 3D printing for industrial uses still being in its infancy. 

“While 3D printing has taken off for customised products in the aerospace and biomedical industries, many local companies still find the barrier of entry quite high due to the costly printers and a lack of expertise in additive manufacturing,” he explained.

“Our objectives are to reach, educate and help link these companies to scientists and engineers at research institutes, who already have existing 3D-printing machines and the technical know-how.”

Of the research projects in the works, NTU is working with a local 3D printing start-up focused on healthcare to develop tissue implants customised for patients. The new printer can print the supporting structure layer by layer and insert living cells to form a live tissue that could aid in the regeneration of particular tissues or organs, according to the press release.

Another research collaboration between the Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD) and Gilmour Space Technologies is looking at developing a 3D printer to produce prototype solid fuel mixtures for rockets.

The solid fuel is made up of two or more fuels comprising wax and plastics and is designed and printed in a way that provides the rocket with the required thrust, but in a more cost-effective manner, the release said.

Going forward, NAMIC said it intends to reach out to more than 1,000 companies over the next four years to help them innovate with the use of such 3D printing technologies. 

Speaking at the start of NAMIC’s summit at the Pan Pacific Singapore on Monday, Permanent Secretary for the Trade and Industry Ministry Loh Khum Yean highlighted the importance of the manufacturing sector, which hires about 500,000 workers.

“The sector generates good jobs for Singaporeans, contributes significantly to productivity growth, and generates positive spillovers for the rest of the economy, including our services industries,” Mr Loh said.

The manufacturing sector in Singapore accounts for about 20 per cent of Singapore’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP), and is expected to remain a key driver in the country’s economic growth.

The Government had previously announced that S$3.2 billion will be set aside for Advanced Manufacturing and Engineering studies under the Research, Innovation and Enterprise 2020 plan (RIE 2020).

Proto Labs Manufactures Solid Revenue Growth, but Shares Fall on Cautious Guidance

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Image source: Proto Labs.

Proto Labs (NYSE: PRLB) reported its third-quarter 2016 earnings before the market opened on Thursday. In light of the slowdown in the manufacturing environment, thequick-turn manufacturing service provider posted decent numbers, with revenue coming in at the top end of the company’s guidance range and adjusted earnings per share exceeding its projections.

Shares closed down 8.9% on Thursday, likely because Proto Labs provided very cautious forward guidance.

Proto Labs’ Q3 headline numbers

Metric

Q3 2016

Q3 2015

Change (YOY)

Revenue

$78.2 million

$67.8 million

15.3%

Organic revenue*

$74.2 million

$67.8 million

9.4%

GAAP operating income

$16.9 million

$17.4 million

(2.9%)

GAAP net income

$12 million

$12.4 million

(3.2%)

Adjusted net income

$13.5 million

$13.7 million

(1.5%)

GAAP earnings per share (EPS)

$0.45

$0.47

(4.3%)

Adjusted EPS

$0.51

$0.52

(1.9%)

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Data source: Proto Labs. YOY = year over year. GAAP = generally accepted accounting principles. *Organic revenue = revenue generated from businesses owned for at least one year.

Organic revenue excluded the $4 million contribution from Alphaform, the German service bureau that Proto Labs acquired last October. About half of Alphaform’s revenue in the quarter came from 3D printing and half from injection molding. Proto Labs acquired this business to significantly expand its 3D printing capabilities in Europe by adding selective laser sintering, direct metal laser sintering, and additional stereolithography capabilities. Prior to this acquisition, its sole European location was in Telford, England. The acquisition also gave Proto Labs a major presence in Germany, which is the largest single market for the company’s services in Europe.

Analysts expected Proto Labs to deliver adjusted EPS of $0.44 on revenue of $75.27 million, so the company comfortably beat both estimates. Of course, investors shouldn’t give too much credence to analysts’ estimates, as Wall Street is focused on the short term. However, they can be helpful to keep in mind because together with forward guidance they often help explain market reactions.

Revenue in the quarter grew, while operating income and net income contracted, indicating that both operating and profit margins contracted year over year.

Revenue results by service provided

Manufacturing Service

Revenue

Change (YOY)

Injection molding (Protomold)

$46.5 million

10.7%

CNC machining (Firstcut)

$21.8 million

9.8%

3D printing (Fineline)

$9.9 million

63.1%

3D printing organic*

$7.9 million

30%

Data source: Proto Labs. YOY = year over year. *Excludes Alphaform’s $2.0 million in 3D printing revenue.

The fact that 3D printing is growing much faster than the other businesses is both a positive and a negative. For one thing, the company’s revenue growth wouldn’t be nearly as good without this business. However, 3D printing has a lower gross margin than the other services, which flows through to some degree to operating and profit margins.

What happened with Proto Labs in the quarter?

  • The number of unique product developers and engineers served increased 14% year over year to 14,271.
  • The average revenue generated per developer/engineer declined 3.9%.
  • Gross margin was 57.2%, a decline from 59.4% in the third quarter of 2015, but up from 56.4% in the second quarter of 2016. The 80-basis-point sequential improvement is attributable to improved margins at Alphaform and improved execution in the injection molding and CNC machining businesses. The sequential improvement was particularly notable because it occurred while the company was completing its moves into new facilities in North Carolina and Japan. The year-over-year decline is largely due to the acquisition of Alphaform/product mix — 3D printing has a lower gross margin than the company’s other services.
  • GAAP operating margin was 21.7% compared to 25.7% for the third quarter of 2015. Adjusted operating margin was 25%.
  • Cash generated from operations was $19.6 million.
  • The company accelerated the geographic launch of its overmolding process (which bonds two different materials together), which initially launched in September, and also launched 5-axis machining, a CNC offering.
  • Worth noting, but occurring just after the quarter ended, the company opened its new 3D printing facility in Cary, North Carolina, on Oct. 7. The 77,000-square-foot facility triples space devoted to 3D printing, and consolidates all 3D printing operations in one facility. Proto Labs expanded into 3D printing and beyond its Minnesota base in the U.S. via its 2014 acquisition of North Carolina-based FineLine Prototyping.

What management had to say

CEO Vicki Holt acknowledged the current challenging macroeconomic environment, but expressed optimism about the long-term outlook for the business:

There is uncertainty in the market right now due to the election in the United States and Brexit in Europe and that uncertainty is impacting the economy. Our business is not immune to that impact. While the current economic environment is challenging, we are focused on our internal processes, in both sales and operations, to position ourselves as economic conditions improve. We remain very optimistic about the outlook for Proto Labs. We are fortunate to serve a large, underpenetrated market with a unique value proposition, unsurpassed service and quality for customers, and the commitment and employee talent to successfully execute our strategy for profitable growth.

Looking ahead

CFO John Way provided Proto Labs’ fourth-quarter guidance on the analyst conference call as follows:

Metric Q4 2016 Guidance Q4 2015 Results Change Using Midpoint of Guidance (YOY)
Revenue $70 million to $75 million $73.66 million (1.6%)
Adjusted EPS $0.36 to $0.44 $0.50 (20%)

Data source: Proto Labs. YOY = year over year.

Going into the earnings report, analysts expected Proto Labs to earn $0.49 per share on an adjusted basis on revenue of $79.88 million in the fourth quarter. Both expectations are beyond the upper range of Proto Labs’ guidance, which is surely why the market sent shares tumbling on Thursday.

Holt and Way acknowledged on the call that the company was being “cautious” on guidance. There are three basic reasons for this: the lack of good visibility into market conditions, softer-than-anticipatedorders thus far in October, and the fact that the fourth quarter has historically been hard to project.

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