Avoiding Supply Chain Disruption using 3D Printing

Additive manufacturing is ushering in a new era – with products mass customized to each local market, featuring lighter, greener parts with new levels of complexity, built without tooling…and an inventory of one.

This shift impacts every aspect of the product lifecycle – from product development to production and the aftermarket – AM is shaping up to be a key force in the creation of better designs and more resilient supply chains.

In this webinar, we will review ways AM impacts:

  • Product engineering
  • Product development processes
  • Pilot runs
  • Mass production
  • Mass customization
  • Manufacturing tooling
  • Maintenance, repair and operations (MRO)
  • Replacement and aftermarket parts
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