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Busses and Tractors to Receive 3D-Printed Spare Parts

One application primed for disruption by 3D printing technology is the production of spare parts. After all, why house a warehouse full of odd components for just the right moment when you or a customer will need one? This is especially true for large, unique systems and equipment, where mass production of individual specialty pieces is that much rarer. London and Amsterdam-based CNH Industrial has picked up on this insight and has begun fabricating spare parts for its industrial equipment. A subsidiary of the Agnelli family-owned Exor investment company, CNH is one of the world’s largest capital goods businesses, making a wide variety of equipment for a range of industries, including: agriculture, construction, industry, marine and civil society. It has 63,000 employees spanning 66 facilities around the globe and rakes in $27 billion with its brands that include CASE construction equipment, Iveco bus and New Holland agricultural machinery. (Image […]

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