Adidas is leveraging futuristic automation and additive manufacturing to lead the pack in fast footwear
The debate is about whether additive manufacturing will disrupt the way chocolates are manufactured.
The rise of additive manufacturing (also known as 3D printing) promises to revolutionize how companies build products. Ford Motor Company is revolutionizing the very production processes it popularized by adopting 3D printing and a renewed vision of cost savings and product innovation.
BMW Group seems to regard additive manufacturing as a source of new products and innovative business models rather than a manufacturing process to resolve existing issues.
As Boeing invests more heavily in additive manufacturing for its satellite business, will customers accept uncertainty around the long-term reliability of 3D-printed components?
Honda is charting a new path with customized 3D printed auto parts. Could this lead to something bigger in the future?
Adidas, a sporting goods giant, believes 3D printing is huge opportunity to disrupt footwear product development and supply chain. Is it another marketing gimmick or imminent future?
General Electric is utilizing additive manufacturing to reshape its products. What does the future hold for the company and its additive division?
Additive Manufacturing (i.e., 3D printing) has been around for 30 years, why is it such a hot topic nowadays? BMW is eager to capitalize on recent technological advances to be the front runner in automotive additive manufacturing, but how will it mitigate the intellectual property risk of having digital 3D files of its highly-engineered parts?
Under Armour has created 3D-printed midsoles for peak athlete performance, and continues to innovate to differentiate itself within the extremely competitive apparel industry.