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1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS 1.1. What is Ceramic 3D Printing? 1.2. Traditional Ceramic Shaping Processes 1.3. Advantages and Disadvantages of Traditional Ceramic Forming Techniques 1.4. Rationale for Ceramic Additive Manufacturing 1.5. History of Ceramic 3D Printing Companies 1.6. 3D Printing Ceramics Technology Overview 1.7. Evaluation of Ceramic 3D Printing Technologies 1.8. Classification: By Chemistry 1.9. Ceramic 3D Printing Materials on the Market 1.10. Target Sectors for 3D-Printed Ceramics 1.11. Overview of Medical Applications of 3D-Printed Bioceramics 1.12. 3D-Printed Zirconia for Dental Applications 1.13. Ceramic 3D Printing for Investment Casting 1.14. Chemical Engineering Applications 1.15. Overview of Other Applications for 3D Printing Ceramics 1.16. Status and Market Potential for Different Sectors 1.17. 3D Printing Ceramics Market Forecast 1.18. Market Forecast by Technology 1.19. Ceramic 3D Printer Install Base by Year 1.20. Materials Usage Forecast by Composition 1.21. Conclusions 1.22. Company Profiles 2. INTRODUCTION 2.1. Glossary: Common Acronyms For Reference 2.2. Traditional Ceramic Shaping Processes 2.3. Dry Pressing 2.4. Hot Pressing 2.5. Hot Isostatic Pressing 2.6. Slip Casting 2.7. Extrusion 2.8. Injection Molding 2.9. Advantages and Disadvantages of Traditional Ceramic Forming Techniques 2.10. What is Ceramic 3D Printing? 2.11. Rationale for Ceramic Additive Manufacturing 2.12. The Seven Different Types of 3D Printing Processes 2.13. Material-Process Relationships 2.14. Why Adopt 3D Printing? 2.15. Drivers and Restraints of Growth for 3D Printing 2.16. Total 3D Printing Market Forecast 2.17. Impact of COVID-19 on Stock Price 2.18. History of Ceramic 3D Printing Companies 2.19. Patents Granted for Ceramic 3D Printing 3. CERAMIC PRINTING PROCESSES 3.1. 3D Printing Ceramics Technology Overview 3.2. Extrusion: Paste 3.3. Extrusion: Thermoplastic 3.4. Extrusion: Pellet 3.5. Vat Photopolymerisation: Stereolithography (SLA) 3.6. Vat photopolymerisation: Digital Light Processing (DLP) 3.7. Material Jetting: Nanoparticle Jetting (NPJ) 3.8. Binder Jetting 3.9. Why are there no commercial SLS ceramic printers? 3.10. Why are there no commercial SLM ceramic printers? 4. CERAMIC PRINTERS: BENCHMARKING 4.1. Largest Build Volumes by Printer Manufacturer 4.2. Minimum Z Resolution by Printer Manufacturer 4.3. Printer Benchmarking: Z Resolution vs Build Volume 4.4. Minimum XY Resolution by Printer Manufacturer 4.5. Build Speed by Technology Type 4.6. Multi-Material Ceramic Printers 4.7. Printer Benchmarking: Build Volume vs Price 4.8. Printer Benchmarking: Z Resolution vs Price 4.9. Evaluation of Ceramic 3D Printing Technologies 5. CERAMIC 3D PRINTING MATERIALS: BENCHMARKING 5.1. Scope of Ceramic 3D Printing Materials Coverage 5.2. Classification: By Feedstock Type 5.3. Classification: By Application 5.4. Classification: By Chemistry 5.5. Ceramic 3D Printing Materials on the Market 5.6. Mechanical Properties of 3DP Ceramic Materials 5.7. Thermal Properties of 3DP Ceramic Materials 5.8. Average Densities of 3DP Ceramic Materials 5.9. Flexural Strength vs Density for 3DP Ceramic Materials 5.10. Alumina Comparison – AM vs non-AM 5.11. Zirconia Comparison – AM vs non-AM 5.12. Silicon Carbide and Nitride Properties Comparison – AM vs non-AM 5.13. Ceramic-Matrix Composites (CMCs) 5.14. Ceramics as Reinforcements in 3D Printing 5.15. Manufacturers of Ceramic Materials for 3D Printing 6. CERAMIC 3D PRINTING MATERIALS: DATASHEETS 6.1. Alumina (Al2O3) 6.2. Zirconia (ZrO2) 6.3. Silica (SiO2) 6.4. Silicon Nitride (Si3N4 & β-SiAlON) 6.5. Silicon Carbide (SiC) 6.6. Aluminum Nitride (AlN) 6.7. Carbon 6.8. Hydroxyapatite (Ca10(PO4)6(OH)2) 6.9. Tricalcium Phosphate (β-Ca3(PO4)2) 6.10. Cordierite (Mg2Al4Si5O18) 7. MEDICAL APPLICATIONS: INTRODUCTION TO BIOCERAMICS 7.1. Biomaterials and Bioceramics Definitions 7.2. Clinical Uses of Bioceramics (non-AM) 7.3. Properties of Bioceramics vs Other Biomaterials 7.4. Advantages and Disadvantages of Bioceramics 7.5. Stress-Shielding 7.6. Inert Bioceramics 7.7. Hydroxyapatite 7.8. Porous Hydroxyapatite 7.9. Tricalcium Phosphate 7.10. Overview of Medical Applications of 3D-Printed Bioceramics 8. MEDICAL APPLICATIONS: BIOCERAMIC SCAFFOLDS FOR BONE TISSUE ENGINEERING 8.1. What is Tissue Engineering? 8.2. Autologous Bone Grafting 8.3. Tissue Engineering Scaffolds 8.4. Bioceramics for Bone Defect Repair 8.5. 3D Printing of Bioceramic Scaffolds 8.6. Biological Benefits of 3D Printing Bioceramic Scaffolds for Bone Defects 8.7. Efficacy of 3D Printed Bioceramic Scaffolds 8.8. Disadvantages of 3D Printed Bioceramic Scaffolds 8.9. Outlook of 3D Printed Bioceramic Scaffolds 9. MEDICAL APPLICATIONS: CRANIO-MAXILLOFACIAL IMPLANTS 9.1. Cranio-Maxillofacial Surgery 9.2. Autologous Bone and Tissue Grafting for CMF Surgery 9.3. 3D Printing Bioceramic CMF Implants 9.4. Craniofacial Implants 9.5. Clinical Study of 3DP Bioceramic Craniofacial Implants 9.6. Miniplates and Screws for Maxillary Stabilization 9.7. Jawbone Implants 9.8. 3DP Bioceramic Implants Case Study: Cerhum 9.9. Outlook of 3D-Printed Bioceramic CMF Implants 10. MEDICAL APPLICATIONS: OTHER 10.1. 3D-Printed Ceramic Medical Instruments and Tools 10.2. 3D-Printed Ceramic Medical Devices 10.3. 3D-Printed Ceramic Spinal Implants 10.4. Knee Implant Made Using 3D-Printed Ceramics 11. MEDICAL APPLICATIONS: SUMMARY 11.1. Overview of Medical Applications of 3D-Printed Bioceramics 11.2. Adoption status of 3D-printed ceramic medical implants and devices 11.3. Advantages and Disadvantages of 3D-Printed Bioceramics for Medical Applications 11.4. Regulatory Overview for 3D-Printed Medical Devices 11.5. FDA Medical Device Timelines 12. DENTAL APPLICATIONS 12.1. Digital Dentistry and 3D Printing 12.2. Motivation for Adoption 12.3. The Digital Dentistry Workflow 12.4. 3D Printing Processes & Materials for Dental Applications 12.5. Ceramics for Dental Applications 12.6. Zirconia Shaping for Dental Applications 12.7. 3D-Printed Zirconia for Dental Applications 12.8. 3D-Printed Zirconia for Dental Applications 12.9. Partnerships for 3D-Printed Ceramics for Dentistry 12.10. Dental Tools Case Study: Dentsply Sirona 13. INVESTMENT CASTING APPLICATIONS 13.1. Investment Casting 13.2. Advantages and Disadvantages of Investment Casting 13.3. Ceramic 3D Printing for Investment Casting 13.4. Investment Casting Case Study: Aristo-Cast 13.5. Industries Using Investment Casting 13.6. Types of Investment Casting for Turbine Blades 13.7. Ceramics for Investment Casting of Turbine Blades 13.8. 3D Printing Ceramic Cores for Turbine Blade Casting 13.9. 3D Printing Ceramic Cores for Turbine Blade Casting 13.10. DDM Systems 13.11. Investment Casting Case Studies: DDM Systems 13.12. PERFECT-3D 14. CHEMICAL ENGINEERING APPLICATIONS 14.1. Chemical Engineering Applications 14.2. Catalyst Supports Case Study: Johnson-Matthey 14.3. Radiant Tube Inserts Case Study: Saint-Gobain 14.4. Need for Carbon Capture 14.5. Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage (CCUS) 14.6. Methods of CO2 Separation 14.7. Sorbent-Based CO2 Separation 14.8. 3D-Printed Sorbents for Carbon Capture 14.9. Chemical Analysis Equipment 14.10. Atomic Vapor Deposition Equipment 14.11. Chemical Engineering Components 14.12. SGL Carbon 14.13. Chemical Engineering Applications 15. OTHER EMERGING APPLICATIONS 15.1. Overview of Other Applications for 3D Printing Ceramics 15.2. Electronics: Piezoelectric Devices 15.3. Electronics: Embedded Electronics 15.4. Energy Storage: Solid State Batteries 15.5. Energy Storage: Solid-Oxide Fuel Cells 15.6. Optics: Deformable Mirrors 15.7. Optics: Optical Substrates 15.8. Space Applications: Antennas 15.9. 5G Communications: Antennas 15.10. Glass-Ceramics 15.11. Thermal Management Devices Case Study: Kyocera 16. ARTS AND DESIGN APPLICATIONS 16.1. Ceramic 3D Printing for Pottery 16.2. Ceramic 3D Printing for Jewelry 16.3. Emerging Objects 17. MARKET ANALYSIS 17.1. Status and Market Potential for Different Sectors 17.2. Market Share by Installed Ceramic 3D Printers 17.3. Companies Using Ceramic 3D Printers 17.4. Trend to Watch: Multi-Material/Hybrid Printers 17.5. Multi-Material Jetting (MMJ) 17.6. Upcoming Multi-Material Printers 18. MARKET FORECAST 18.1. 3D Printing Ceramics Market Forecast 18.2. 3D Printing Ceramics Market Forecast by Technology 18.3. Ceramic 3D Printer Sales by Year 18.4. Ceramic 3D Printer Install Base by Year 18.5. Ceramic 3D Printing Materials Usage Forecast 18.6. 3D Printing Ceramics Usage Forecast by Composition 18.7. Ceramic 3D Printing Materials Revenue Forecast 18.8. Ceramic 3D Printing Forecast by Revenue Source 18.9. Conclusions 19. COMPANY PROFILES 19.1. 23 Company Profiles from IDTechEx Portal (download links) 20. APPENDIX 20.1. 3D Printing Ceramics Market Forecast 20.2. 3D Printing Ceramics Market Forecast by Technology 20.3. Ceramic 3D Printer Sales by Year 20.4. Ceramic 3D Printer Install Base by Year 20.5. Ceramic 3D Printing Materials Usage Forecast 20.6. 3D Printing Ceramics Usage Forecast by Composition 20.7. Ceramic 3D Printing Materials Revenue Forecast 20.8. Ceramic 3D Printing Forecast by Revenue Source

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