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eBook - Manufacturing the Cars of Tomorrow

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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