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3d-Printed Battery Market Size, Share & Industry Analysis, By Architectural Process (Graphene-Based PLA Filaments, Graphene-Based Li-ion Anodes, Solid-State Graphene Supercapacitors, Platinum-Based Electrodes, Others), By End-User (Energy Storage Devices, Electronics, Others), By Application (Wearables, Smartphones, Others)and regional forecast 2021-2028

Region : Global | Report ID: FBI103907 | Status : Ongoing

 

KEY MARKET INSIGHTS

A 3D-printed battery can be defined as a battery manufactured by using metallic printed structures for applications such as supercapacitors and microfluidic devices. Over the years, there has been an advancement toward designing and fabrication of complex structures by utilizing 3D printing. 3D printing can provide a beneficial platform for the creation of low-cost 3D components for an extensive array of applications. 3D-Printing technology has found wide applications in the fabrication of electrodes for various energy storage systems such as Li-ion batteries. 3D printing technology provides a unique platform for rapid prototyping of numerous applications due to its ability to produce low-cost, 3D-printed platforms. For example, a graphene-based polylactic acid (graphene/PLA) filament has been 3D-printed to fabricate a wide range of 3D disk electrode (3DE) configurations by using the conventional RepRap FDM (fused deposition molding) 3D printer, which requires no further modification/ex-situ curing step.


Based on the architectural process, the market is segmented into graphene-based PLA filaments, graphene-based Li-ion anodes, solid-state graphene supercapacitors, platinum-based electrodes, and others. Graphene-based PLA filaments lead the market as they are majorly used in 3D-Printing technology. They are nanocomposite materials when infused with graphene can be conductive and much more durable than non-specialized filaments.


Based on the end-user, the market is segmented as energy storage devices, electronics, and others. Energy storage devices hold the market as the energy is majorly stored in the form of batteries and capacitors, which can be used in numerous applications like in mobiles, laptops, and electric vehicles. Also, storing energy in devices like batteries reduces environmental impacts like reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.


Based on the application, the market is segmented as wearables, smartphones, and others. Wearables lead the market as it used majorly in smartwatches and also in wearable power banks for phones followed by smartphones.


The key driver of this market is the increasing demand for powerful batteries for energy storage. The longer energy storage is required in mobile electronics to operate the mobile for a longer time. Li-ion batteries are formulated with the 3D-Printing technology and are made available in various shapes and sizes. Other factors that drive the market are growth in the electronics industry, which is boosting the need for the batteries, increasing the advent of the Internet of Things (IoT), and increasing the use of renewables for the need for energy storage.


The key market restraint for the market is polylactic acid (PLA) polymer used in the printed battery is non-ionic in nature as it does not resist high temperature. Also, the post-processing process, like mechanizing, painting, and gluing of PLA, is more complicated. The high cost of equipment that is required to take 3D printing to an industrial scale is restraining the 3D-printed battery market.  Also,  the lack of international standards bodies that regulate manufacturers is hindering the 3D-printed battery market


Key Market Driver -

Increasing demand for powerful batteries for energy storage.

Key Market Restraint -

Polylactic acid (PLA) polymer used in the battery printing being non-ionic in nature.

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Key Players Covered:


Some of the major companies in the 3D-Printed battery market are Tec.Fit, Enicon Energy and Infrastructure Co., Shenzhen ECOREPRAP Technology Co., Ltd, Pawsthetics, ConmatiX Engineering Solutions GmbH, Filament & meer, KeraCel, Neware Technology Limited, Stratasys, Materialise, American Elements, element14 Electronics, and Blackstone Resources.


Regional Analysis:


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The global 3D-Printed battery market is studied across different regions like North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America, and Middle East & Africa. In North America, an increase in the growth of the electronic industry is boosting the demand for 3D-printed batteries in the country like the U.S. The Harvard University and the University of Illinois has successfully used the 3D-Printing technology to print lithium-ion micro batteries which are almost the size of a grain of sand. In Europe, in countries like the U.K. and Germany, various research activities are conducted on this technology, which is boosting the market. Also, the increase in the use of batteries in electric cars in Germany will uplift this technology in the market. In the Asia Pacific region, in countries like India, China, and Singapore, due to an increase in industrialization, electronic industries are growing in number, which in turn is increasing demand for this market. Also, an increase in the use of renewable energy in battery production using this technology will grow the market at a significant rate. In Middle-East & Africa, the 3D-printing technology-based startups in countries like the UAE and Saudi Arabia are expected to grow the healthy demand in the coming years.


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By Architectural Process




  • Graphene-Based PLA Filaments

  • Graphene-Based Li-ion Anodes

  • Solid-State Graphene Supercapacitors

  • Platinum-Based Electrodes

  • Others



 


By End-User




  • Energy Storage Devices

  • Electronics

  • Others



 


By Application




  • Wearables

  • Smartphones

  • Others



 


By Geography




  • North America (U.S. and Canada)

  • Europe (UK, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Russia and Rest of Europe)

  • Asia Pacific (Japan, China, India, Australia, Southeast Asia and Rest of Asia Pacific)

  • Latin America (Brazil, Mexico and Rest of Latin America)

  • Middle East & Africa (South Africa, GCC and Rest of Middle East & Africa)



Key Industry Developments



  • In August 2019, KeraCel produced 3D printed solid-state batteries for Musashi’s motorcycles. Musashi Selmitsu Industry and KeraCel signed a partnership to develop safe, 3D printed, solid-state batteries for motorcycles. KeraCel produces a lithium-ion solid-state battery that might enable the production of cells with ceramic-based electrolytes and lithium metal anodes.

  • In October 2014, the Graphene 3D lab prepared to unveil its 3D printable graphene battery, the first product of its kind. The graphene-enhanced materials that have developed allow the 3D printing process to be used to fabricate a functioning battery, which may be incorporated into a 3D-printed object during the build process.


3d-Printed Battery Market Size, Share and Global Industry Trend Forecast till 2026
  • Ongoing
  • 2020
  • 2017-2019

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