Additive manufacturing is upending the way auto manufacturers produce vehicles and BMW is leading the revolution
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Tired of finishing second to its racing arch-nemesis, Mercedes, Scuderia Ferrari S.p.A is leading Ferrari's charge into the future by teaming with Renishaw, a British engineering firm that specializes in additive manufacturing (AM). Ferrari is looking to ride the wave of the future back onto the podium's top spot and carry their storied heritage into the 21st century.
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Can Volkswagen shake-up the status quo and use additive manufacturing to break into the tooling industry?
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.