GM , the American automaker, has been at the forefront of using 3D printing in automotive industry. The company is using 3D printing since 1989 for prototyping. It is moving faster than many companies to seize a competitive advantage.
GM, till the end of 2019, had added 17 production-grade Stratasys FDM® 3D printers to its fleet has been turning to 3D printed tooling for speed, weight reduction and cost efficiency on its production lines.
According to GM’s director of additive manufacturing, Ron Daul, “With the pace of change in modern industry accelerating and business uncertainty increasing, 3D printing technology is helping us meet these challenges and become more nimble as a company. We’ve been on this journey for more than 30 years, but 3D printing is becoming even more widespread at our […]
FreeFORM Technologies is a new contract manufacturer specializing in metal binder jet 3D printing. The company was...