3D printing on the road to motoring spare parts

Traditional manufacturing is not under threat just yet, but 3D printers are being used to make smaller customised runs of spare parts on site.

3D printers manufacture items by building them from the ground up, printing successive layers of plastic, metals or even wood compounds, to create three-dimensional objects. They can print everything from jewellery and kitchen gadgets, to shoes for Paris Fashion Week.
(…weiter auf theage.com.au)

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