A brief look at investments in additive manufacturing by GE and implications for the future
Getting repair parts to sailors at sea and soldiers at the front lines of combat is a logistical nightmare. The U.S. Military thinks Additive Manufacturing technology can help.
Deutsche Bahn is investing heavily in additive manufacturing. How can they best incorporate this technology into their future supply chain?
Software and tech have eaten the automotive industry. Is 3D printing the key to Detroit's survival? GM plans to find out.
BMW releases the new awe-inspiring i8 roadster becoming the first OEM to mass produce a printed component for a road car. Is this the start of a technology revolution in auto manufacturing?
The effects of at-home 3D printing on licensed merchandise through the vantage point of Disney
The Bouygues Group recently partnered with Nantes University to create one of the first 3D printed homes. How will additive manufacturing affect the construction industry going forward, should incumbents be worried, and what can they do to defend against these threats?
Additively manufactured parts could drastically reduce the time required to perform repairs on board submarines and eliminate portions of the Navys bloated supply chain
Medical device manufacturers such as Medtronic are uniquely positioned to benefit from advances in additive manufacturing – both for prototyping as well as the product attributes possible with this technique. Medtronic must continue to invest aggressively in this technology in order to stay ahead of competition.
When machine components deteriorate beyond repair, they are replaced. Can 3D bioprinting enable the human body to be maintained like a machine?