This report examines the latest developments in thin-film and printed battery technologies, from materials and design to manufacturing. We also look at the supplier landscape as it stands today and how it continues to change. In this report we also evaluate all the various end markets, including eight-year forecasts for volumes and revenues. The thin-film and printed batteries sector will expand from $34 million in 2015 to $183 million by 2018 and $1.1 billion by 2022, as long-envisioned end markets such as smart cards and packaging are surpassed by emerging opportunities in consumer electronics, wearable devices, and the Internet-of-Things.
The study refers to the market potential of 3D printing technology across the following major application verticals – Aerospace & Defense, Architecture, Automotive, Electronics, Education & Research, Healthcare, Oil & Gas Industry, Fashion & Jewelry, and Entertainment. In terms of materials, the report exhaustively covers Metals & Metal alloys, Polymers & Plastics, Ceramics, and Paper. Detailed analysis and forecast along with specific use case have been presented in the report. The report has covered more than 50 players involved in the 3D printing and Additive Manufacturing technology.
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