Digital Transformation in the Metalworking and Machine Tool Industry

Price: Starting at USD 4,500
Publish Date: 24 Jan 2023
Code: AN-5623
Research Type: Research Report
Digital Transformation in the Metalworking and Machine Tool Industry
Actionable Benefits

Actionable Benefits

  • Obtain a detailed overview of the machine tool market to reveal investment drivers and inhibitors.
  • Identify technology use cases that resonate with the current market.
  • Discover how technology vendors are looking to help manufacturers improve machine tool efficiency in their operations.
Critical Questions Answered

Critical Questions Answered

  • What are the challenges faced by manufacturers and machine tool builders?
  • Who are the largest and most innovative machine tool builders?
  • How are machine tools being changed from assets to solutions?
Research Highlights

Research Highlights

  • Strategic recommendations for machine tool builders, technology vendors, and manufacturers looking to engage with digital transformation.
  • A detailed forecast on the growth of the machine tool market.
  • Case studies on how leading manufacturers have used new machine tools and supporting software.
  • Profiles covering 24 different machine tool builders and technology vendors.
Who Should Read This?

Who Should Read This?

  • Strategists responsible for improving how their organizations engage with machine tool builders.
  • Machine tool builders looking to identify competitors’ digital transformation progress.
  • System integrators who need to evaluate potential solutions at their client sites.

Table of Contents

1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

2. RECOMMENDATIONS

2.1. RECOMMENDATIONS FOR MACHINE BUILDERS
2.2. RECOMMENDATIONS FOR TECHNOLOGY VENDORS
2.3. RECOMMENDATIONS FOR MANUFACTURERS

3. INTRODUCTION

3.1. TYPES OF MACHINE TOOLS
3.2. INDUSTRY STANDARDS
3.3. LEADING MACHINE TOOL BUILDERS
3.4. THE CHALLENGES FACED BY THE MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY

4. INHIBITORS OF INVESTMENT, ADOPTION, AND INNOVATION IN INTELLIGENT MACHINE TOOLS

4.1. NEW END-MARKET REQUIREMENTS
4.2. OPERATIONAL AND EMPLOYEE DEMAND

5. INHIBITORS OF INVESTMENT, ADOPTION, AND INNOVATION IN INTELLIGENT MACHINE TOOLS

5.1. LEGACY SYSTEMS AND ASSOCIATED SUNK COSTS
5.2. UNCERTAINTY AROUND CLOUD USAGE ON THE FACTORY FLOOR

6. CASE STUDIES

6.1. DMG MORI: EQUIPMENT-AS-A-SERVICE
6.2. EMAG: INDUSTRY 4.0 SOFTWARE SOLUTION FOR MAT MACHINING
6.3. TRUMPF: NEW SMART MACHINES ARE ESSENTIALLY FOR BATTERY MANUFACTURING

7. MARKET FORECASTS

7.1. FORECAST METHODOLOGY
7.2. MACHINE TOOL MARKET BREAKDOWN IN THE UNITED STATES

8. MACHINE TOOL INDUSTRY ECOSYSTEM