The commercial and service industry machinery manufacturing industry comprise companies offering commercial and service industry machinery such as optical instruments, photographic and photocopying equipment, automatic vending machinery, commercial laundry and dry-cleaning machinery, office machinery, automotive maintenance equipment (except mechanics' hand tools), and commercial-type cooking equipment.
The top five companies covered are Canon Inc., Ricoh Company, Ltd., Fujifilm Holdings Corporation, Sony Electronics Inc. and Nikon Corp. Canon Inc., was the largest competitor in the commercial and service industry machinery manufacturing market in 2017.
The countries covered are USA, China, Germany, Brazil, Japan, UK, Spain, Russia, France, Australia, Italy, India and rest of the world.
The global commercial and service industry machinery manufacturing market was valued at around $140 billion in 2017. Asia Pacific was the largest region in the commercial and service industry machinery manufacturing market in 2017, accounting for nearly 55% market share. China was the largest country in the market in 2017, accounting for nearly 25% of the market share.
Optical instrument manufacturers are offering three dimensional scanning electron microscopes for high resolution imaging. 3D SEM (Scanning Electron Microscope) generates a high spatial resolution 3D model of a microscopic object. It uses a beam of electrons to scan the surface of an object to create an image detailing the topography and composition of the object’s surface. 3D SEM is capable of quantitatively evaluating surface undulations at a height resolution of 10nm. In addition to topographical and compositional information, a 3D SEM can detect and analyze surface fractures, provide information in microstructures, examine surface contaminations, reveal spatial variations in chemical compositions, provide qualitative chemical analyses and identify crystalline structures. 3D SEMs have a variety of applications in aerospace, automotive, medical devices, and semiconductor industry.