Additive Manufacturing – the Future of General Electric’s Competitive Differentiation in the Aerospace Supply Chain
Sportswear manufacturer Adidas is incorporating 3D-printing in its new sneaker line
GE Aviation gains efficiency while reducing weight and complexity on its way to proving that widespread additive manufacturing is viable with critical jet engine components.
BMW is committed to using additive manufacturing to increase production efficiencies as well as allow for easier part replacements.
Boeing has turned to additive manufacturing to avoid supply chain bottlenecks and save costs in an increasingly fast-paced industry.
Organovo and other biotech companies are changing the shape of medical research and practice by developing and perfecting bioprinting technology. With the ability to print 3D tissues and organs, what are some of the opportunities and challenges presented by this technology?
Boeing has committed to investing in and expanding its use of additive manufacturing, helping to improve upon the company's complex production of select commercial jet parts. But the company will need to continue to push the limits of 3D-printing if there is a broader future for this technology to more meaningfully control manufacturing costs and efficiency for their Dreamliner and future jet models.
A look at the role of 3D printing in the future of Porsche
Nike and Additive Manufacturing
How Adidas can capture the opportunity gap created by Digitalization and Supply Chain 4.0.