When parts are ready for high-volume production, additive technology eliminates the need to redesign parts for mass manufacture, allowing systems to compete with traditional manufacturing in terms of speed and per-part cost. Using 3D printing, manufacturers can also print replacement parts on demand, and could make legacy parts - particularly hard-to-find parts for vintage cars - easy to recreate.
With the ability to make parts faster, cheaper and more complex than ever before - this is how the cars of tomorrow will be manufactured.
In this ebook, we'll explore how additive manufacturing is going to transform the way cars are made. This includes:
Commentary from thought leaders such as Ford's CTO, Ken Washington
Customer case studies of ways 3D printing is being used today
Variety of part examples where 3D printing is already impacting how automobiles are made
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