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Meeting High-Level Railway Component Specifications Using 3D Printing

Meeting High-Level Railway Component Specifications Using 3D Printing

Written by David

May 14, 2019

Additive Manufacturing for Mobility: Deutsche Bahn with NOWLAB In every industry, additive manufacturing (AM) is having a profound impact upon production activities. The rail transport industry is no exception, requiring components which meet high-level specifications. Different industries are being affected in different ways, however. With a staff of 300,000 people who operate rail and logistics tasks in more than 130 countries, Deutsche Bahn (DB) is one of the world’s largest transport companies. As this company’s strength in the market is dependent upon its technological innovation, DB has quickly made note of Additive manufacturing’s importance and has taken action in two ways. DB initiated “Mobility Goes Additive” in September 2016, a network aimed at uniting organizations for the development of AM solutions in the mobility and logistics sectors. The company had already been aiming to bring this technology’s value to its operations. The establishment of this network simply developed this […]


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