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  • 3D opportunity in aerospace and defense: Additive manufacturing takes flight
    The aerospace and defense industry is increasingly using additive manufacturing to reduce material costs, decrease labor content, and increase availability of parts at point of use, which may have a dramatic impact on the supply chain.
  • 3D opportunity for the automotive industry: Additive manufacturing hits the road
    New developments in additive manufacturing processes will likely benefit production within the automotive industry as well as alter traditional manufacturing and supply chain pathways.
  • The 3D opportunity primer: The basics of additive manufacturing
    If the past is prologue, the role that additive manufacturing plays in the manufacturing value chain will likely grow in scope, scale and complexity.
  • 3D Manufacturing: Additive manufacturing paths to performance, innovation and growth
    Additive manufacturing technology can break existing performance trade-offs by reducing the capital needed to achieve scale and scope economies. Understanding how this can be done requires a review of how scale and scope economies shape certain product manufacturing and distribution decisions.
  • 3D opportunity in medical technology: Additive manufacturing comes to life
    Additive manufacturing capabilities align well with the needs of the medical device segment, enhancing product customization and enabling efficient, cost-effective production and delivery.
  • 3D opportunity in tooling: Additive manufacturing shapes the future
    The use of additive manufacturing to fabricate tooling can not only reduce lead times and costs, but also improve functionality and enhance the ability to customize.
  • 3D printing: “Complexity is free” may be costly for some
    Additive manufacturing (AM) — the proper technical term for 3D printing — is likely to have an enormous impact on all our lives, but that doesn’t mean it’s going to be good for every business.
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