3D Printing in <br>Manufacturing

3D Printing in
Manufacturing

3D printing is revolutionizing
the manufacturing process

With its streamlined and efficient method, 3D printing is shrinking supply chains, reducing development times and increasing the ability to adapt to customers' needs. This isn’t the future of manufacturing – it’s now.

  • End-use parts
  • Tools, jigs and fixtures
  • Bridge manufacturing
  • End-of life
  • Replacement parts

Examples of 3D Printing in Manufacturing

Plastic part versus end use part

3D printed part to metal part

Siemens now turns a 3D printed component into a final product cast in 316 grade stainless steel in 1-2 weeks instead of 16, saving time and costs.

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Ultimaker stepper motors 3D printed wrench tool

Improving assembly lines

3D printed manufacturing aids are helping to increase the efficiency of assembly lines, as it’s fast, cheap and everything’s done in-house.

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3D printer spool holder production

Bridge manufacturing

3D printing can be used to produce small batches of products so you can significantly reduce the time to market while focusing on innovation.

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3D printed headphones

Fresh business models

As 3D printing grows it becomes more and more accessible. Once everyone's using it, the need for quality designs to print will increase.

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