3D-Printed Footwear 2019-2029: An Analysis of the Market Potential of 3D Printing in the Footwear Industry – ResearchAndMarkets.com – Associated Press

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DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Apr 15, 2019–The “3D-Printed Footwear 2019-2029, an Analysis of the Market Potential of 3D Printing in the Footwear Industry” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

The 3D printed footwear industry to grow into an overall $5.9 billion revenue opportunity, making footwear arguably the single most relevant consumer vertical for 3D printing and representing 1.5% of overall global footwear revenues by 2029.

The use of additive manufacturing (AM) and revenues connected to 3D printed footwear products are projected to generate over $6.5 billion (USD) in yearly global revenues by 2029, growing at a 19.5% CAGR. The report also goes on to forecast that by 2023 over $1 billion (USD) will be generated by 3D printed footwear parts alone, including additively manufactured insoles, midsoles and uppers.

After eyewear, the next highly relevant consumer product that is expected to begin to reap the benefits of additive manufacturing for production and mass customizations is footwear. The researcher now presents the first ever in depth-analysis of additive manufacturing in the footwear segment.

The footwear segment stands to benefit from AM’s potential in mass customization and product personalization as much as other consumer product segments seen as key for AM adoption such as eyewear. This report analyzes the key trends and stakeholders that are driving the footwear automation and mass customization revolution as well as the elements that are limiting AM adoption.

Leveraging its knowledge of 3D printing processes and unique database of global AM materials and hardware sales, the researcher’s analysis explores the key applications for AM in the 3D printed footwear industry, including both current and upcoming relevant case studies, as well as ongoing and future developments. One primary objective of this report is to highlight the most relevant business opportunities that lie ahead for companies that are invested in the AM industry, including materials, hardware and service providers.

Another primary objective is to provide footwear industry stakeholders with an accurate description of all currently existing AM technologies, materials and services (including 3D capturing and online customization software).

The report will explain how footwear market operators can benefit from AM by acquiring a powerful competitive advantage, both in terms of traditional manufacturing (through faster and more cost effective prototyping and mold-making) and through a more automated and customized production, through implementation of direct digital and additive manufacturing processes.

Key Topics Covered:

Chapter One: Footwear as the Largest Consumer End-use Segment for AM

1.1 The Global Footwear Industry and Trends

1.1.1 The Global Footwear Market Landscape: Ready, Set, Go

1.1.2 Defining Footwear

1.1.3 Trends in the Footwear Sector

1.1.3.1 Mass Customized Orthopedic Insoles and Sandals

1.1.3.2 Mass Produced Midsoles

1.1.3.3 Limited Editions

1.1.3.4 Designer and Luxury Products

1.1.3.5 Mass Produced Uppers

1.1.3.6 Fast Prototyping and Molding

1.2 Key Drivers for Adoption of 3D Printing in the Footwear Industry

1.3 Factors Limiting Adoption of AM in Footwear Manufacturing

1.4 The AM Market for Footwear vs. All 3D Printable Consumer Products

1.4.1 AM Hardware for Footwear Production

1.4.2 AM Materials for Footwear Production

1.5 Technologies and Materials for 3D-printed Footwear

1.5.1 Technologies and Materials for Insoles and Midsoles Production

1.5.2 Footwear Customization Hardware and Software

1.5.3 Printed Uppers Technologies and Materials

1.6 Global Trends in 3D-printed Footwear

1.7 Ten-year Global Market Outlook for 3D-printed Footwear

1.7.1 Ten-year Forecast for AM-industry Specific Revenue Segments Involved with Footwear Production

Chapter Two: AM Hardware and Materials for Footwear Production Workflow

2.1 Footwear 3D Printing Hardware

2.1.1 Vat Photopolymerization in Footwear Manufacturing

2.1.1.1 Types of Photopolymerization Hardware Sold in Footwear

2.1.1.2 Typical Use of Photopolymerization Hardware in Footwear Prototyping and Molding

2.1.2 Powder Bed Fusion in Footwear Manufacturing

2.1.2.1 Types of PBF Hardware Units Sold in Footwear

2.1.2.2 Typical Use of PBF Hardware Sold in Footwear

2.1.3 Material Extrusion in Footwear Manufacturing

2.1.3.1 Types of Material Extrusion Hardware Sold in Footwear

2.1.3.2 Typical Use of Material Extrusion Hardware Sold in Footwear

2.1.3.3 Types of Material Jetting Hardware Sold in Footwear

2.1.3.4 Typical Use of Material Jetting Hardware Sold in Footwear

2.2 Materials for Footwear 3D Printing

2.2.1 Ten-year Forecast for All AM Materials in the Footwear Industry

2.2.2 Photopolymers in Footwear, from Prototypes and Molds to Final Parts

2.2.3 AM Powders in Footwear Production

2.2.4 Filaments and Other Extrusion Materials for Footwear

2.2.5 Jet Photopolymer to Drive Footwear Creativity

Chapter Three: 3D Printing Services and Technologies for Mass Customization of Footwear

3.1 The Rise of 3D Printing Service Providers in the Footwear Industry

3.1.1 Relevant Cases for Outsourcing 3D Printing Services in the Footwear Industry

3.2 3D Data Capturing Technologies and Processes for Footwear Mass Customization

3.2.1 Foot Data 3D Capturing Hardware and Software

3.2.1.1 RSscan

3.2.1.2 Fitstation

3.2.1.3 AlbertOS

3.2.1.4 Other Custom Foot 3D Scanners

3.2.2 Taking a Step Online

3.2.3 Ten-year Forecast of Revenues from Mass Customization Hardware and Software

Chapter Four: Additive Manufacturing Applications in Footwear Production

4.1 Footwear 3D Printing Workflows

4.1.1 Footwear Mass Customization

4.2 3D Printing Applications for Footwear

4.2.1 Ten-year Forecast of All Printed Parts in the End-to-end Footwear Production Cycle

4.3 3D-printed Prototypes in Footwear

4.4 3D-printed Tools (Molds, Patterns and Lasts for Indirect Production) in Footwear

4.5 3D Printing for Footwear Final Parts and End-use Products

4.6 Types of 3D-printed Footwear Final Parts and Products

Companies Mentioned

  • 3D Systems
  • 3DTi
  • 3ntr
  • adidas
  • Aetrex ECCO
  • Anta
  • Brooks Running
  • Carbon
  • Crocs
  • EOS
  • Feetz
  • Kings 3D
  • New Balance
  • Nike
  • OESH Shoes
  • Phits
  • Prodways
  • RESA
  • SOLS Systems
  • Scientifeet
  • Stratasys
  • Superfeet
  • Under Armour
  • Union Tech
  • Voxel8
  • Wiivv
  • Zoles

For more information about this report visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/r/l9gdbo

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