MAN Truck & Bus, a global leader in transport solutions, is embracing 3D printing through Replique’s production platform to manufacture spare parts on-demand, locally, and without the need for physical inventory. Starting with the production of bronze manifolds for the cooling water supply of a marine engine, MAN aims to undertake further projects in the future to reduce costs and further optimize service.

Stratasys, Ltd. (NASDAQ: SSYS), a leader in polymer 3D printing solutions, today announced that Toyota, a global leader in automotive manufacturing and innovation, has signed an agreement to be the first customer to purchase the new, cutting-edge Stratasys F3300 3D printer.

The POLYLINE project achieved to be the first successful implementation of an automated additive manufacturing production line for polymer parts at scale. At the Additive Manufacturing Campus of BMW, the project partners made real 3D printing serial production with high throughput a reality. It is therefore not surprising that after the defined three years’ project time, BMW, DyeMansion, EOS and Grenzebach – four partners of the consortium – draw a very positive balance.

US-based company Tooling & Equipment International (TEI) expands additive manufacturing capacity with third VX4000 3D sand printer
As a supplier to General Motors, TEI is using the world's largest 3D sand printer to produce cast cores for the series production of large-format, weight-saving structural components for the Cadillac CELESTIQ
Each VX4000 prints hundreds of inner cores for several vehicle sets in just one night: making short delivery times for weight and design-optimized components possible

Multimillion-dollar contract awarded by the VA supports the development, testing and manufacturing of seat cushions, mattresses, and patient positioning devices, such as splints, that will also enable the VA to “make products at a fraction of their final size, minimizing storage and warehouse needs”

Desktop Metal (NYSE: DM), a leader in mass production additive manufacturing (AM) solutions, today announced the company has received a $9 million order from a major German automaker for binder jet additive manufacturing systems used for mass production of powertrain components.

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