Plastics in Electronics Components: Technologies and Global Markets
Electronics plastic components
Electronics plastic components: Analyze current and likely future sizes of thermoplastics and thermosetting polymer markets, broken down by component and by type.
– Learn about the use of plastics in electronics components.
– Identify major material suppliers and key processors.
– Review important new technologies, as well as changes in legislation and industry standards. And norms that may have significant effects on markets for Plastics in electronics components.
The global electronic component totaled 3.6 billion pounds in volume in 2014. This market should reach nearly 3.8 billion pounds in 2015. And more than 4.4 billion pounds by 2020. Demonstrating a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 3.3% from 2015 to 2020.
The global thermoplastic market should reach nearly 2.7 billion pounds n 2015 and 3.2 billion pounds by 2020. With a CAGR of 3.8% for 2015-2020.
The global thermoset market should total nearly 1.1 billion pounds in 2015 and 1.2 billion pounds by 2020. With a CAGR of 2.0% through 2020.
Introduction & Scope
This study focuses on the use of plastics in electronic components. It considers the wide range of thermoplastics and thermosetting polymers (including polyurethanes). That is being used in electronic components found in industrial, and automotive. And consumer electronics. It reviews the most recent developments in these materials that respond to the changing needs of the markets. It analyzes the current and likely future sizes of these markets, broken down by component and by polymer type.
Scope and format
This study covers all electronic components where plastics are used to a significant extent. It concentrates on components produced by injection molding, compression molding, and encapsulation. It does not cover wire and cable, films used in capacitors or recording media, or enclosures. The study also identifies major material suppliers and key processors. It reviews important new technologies, as well as changes in legislation, industry standards, and norms that may have significant effects on markets for electronic components. And it looks at interpolymer competition.
Reasons for doing the study
Overall, plastic consumption in electronic components had been growing at rates well above those of growth in gross domestic product for many years. Electronic products have invaded virtually all areas of our personal and business lives. And their levels of sophistication continue to increase. The number of electronics in automobile control. Driver-assist and infotainment systems are rising rapidly. Cloud computing is carried out on a massive scale, and now the Internet of Everything is connecting devices as well as people.
At the same time, the tendency of many personal electronics to become fashion items has reduced product life cycles. With each new product, a generation puts new demands. In performance and especially cost. On the materials that go into them. In addition, the increasing visibility of electronic devices, most notably mobile devices (smartphones and tablets). Has been a key driver in pushing electronics companies to use more “environment-friendly” technologies and materials in their products.
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