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The automotive industry in the United States has seen many changes in production since its early beginnings in the late 1800’s. From Henry Ford’s Model T to the Big Three, factory floors have adapted to developments in production. In the beginning, designers and engineers used mockup drawings and general prototyping to demonstrate their ideas, but for the last two decades, the automotive industry has grown even more. With the use of an additive manufacturing and 3D printing solution, automotive manufacturers can create functional models, jigs, fixtures, and assembly aides along with other manufacturing tools to improve time to market.
From design studio to factory floor, additive manufacturing is cutting development and manufacturing time to market in the automotive supply chain. Suppliers utilize 3D printing solutions in their operations for jigs and fixtures, robotics tools, injection molds, gages, vacuum forming, and more.
Check out the brochure on Additive Manufacturing for Automotive to learn more
Learn how Siemens customizes production with 3D printing enabling them to extend customer service offerings and streamline their supply chain.
Adoption of additive manufacturing within the automotive industry is evolving from prototyping to tooling.
This white paper explores the possibilities of additive manufacturing. Read the white paper to learn:
Additive Manufacturing empowers automotive suppliers to reduce investment and part costs, maximize assembly-line efficiency, and reduce the weight of production tools to stay ahead of industry challenges. Fill out the form, and we will contact you to discuss your additive manufacturing needs.