Can we build future cities like building LEGO Land?
I spent 6 years in the Propulsion Product Development (PD) team at Boeing. During this time, additive manufacturing (AM) has gained recognition as a technological solution that could significantly improve product development cycles, design and manufacturing at Boeing. While Boeing […]
Can Volkswagen shake-up the status quo and use additive manufacturing to break into the tooling industry?
Adidas wants to make 3-D printed shoes to give you the perfect fit with your perfect look. Is this the beginning of an industry revolution or a niche product for those who can afford it?
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3D printing to disrupt the aerospace casting supply chain
Adidas, one of the world’s largest sportswear manufacturers, is betting on 3D printing to create the next generation of bespoken sneakers for individual customers. Will we see a future when size charts become redundant, and “custom-fitted haute couture” no longer equates exclusive luxury?
This paper analyzes the competitive threat and potential responses of the established construction corporation, Bechtel, to the disruptive technological advances of additive manufacturing in the construction sector.
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The Government of Rwanda (GOR) has registered some of history's most remarkable gains in economic growth, healthcare, and education. As an early adopter of technology, the GOR has welcomed the advent 3-D printing as a sustainable solution to major public issues. In this essay, I outline achievements primarily in the health sector and several paths forward to realize the potential of additive manufacturing in this rapidly emerging economic context.
Logistics behemoth UPS and high-flying 3-D printing startup Fast Radius have partnered to make 3-D printing accessible to the masses