Hyundai realized that its teams heavily relied on traditionally made aluminum jigs – and leveraged additive manufacturing to improve their accuracy and reduce their weight.
Stryker’s Director of Advanced Operations for Additive Technology recently said that additive manufacturing provides the company with two things – design freedom and rapid concept development.
Additive manufacturing is growing rapidly according to a recent Wohlers Associates report – but there are challenges.
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