How 3D Printing Impacts Manufacturing in Europe

How 3D Printing Impacts Manufacturing in Europe

By Manufacturing Technology Insights | Friday, July 17, 2020

3D printing is creating waves in the European manufacturing spheres and bringing new capabilities to the fore.

FREMONT, CA: The technology of 3D printing seemed like science fiction until it made its way into various industries. Today, the applications of 3D printing are on the rise. Europe's manufacturing sector is now embracing the exciting technology that has the potential to bring new levels of optimisation. 3D printing makes use of 3D digital models to create actual objects. The capabilities of 3D printers have grown continuously, and now even complex shapes can be produced quickly and cost-effectively. For the manufacturing sector, this brings an array of possibilities. The following articles shed light on how 3D printing is giving manufacturers in Europe new opportunities. 

Top 10 3D Printing Solution Companies in Europe - 2019• Makes Customisation Feasible

Today, every customer wants customised products. The traditional manner of manufacturing is not equipped to enable customisation. Instead, it is optimised for mass production of identical designs with specific properties. On the other hand, 3D printers can produce goods according to various specifications. So, manufacturers now have the option of delivering specially configured products without having to spend a fortune on tweaking entire production units.

• Enables High-Volume Manufacturing

With advancements, 3D printers are now able to handle high volume manufacturing as well. Even mechanically functional parts can be produced with these 3D printers at a higher rate of productivity. This lowers the cost of manufacturing and enhances the profit margin by a significant margin.

• Ensures Production Flexibility

Manufacturers in Europe are now coming to terms with the fact that they do not have to predict production volumes. The introduction of 3D printing technology has brought a lot of flexibility and adaptability into manufacturing cycles. This ensures minimal wastage of materials and cuts down costs.

3D printing is poised to become the next big thing in the European manufacturing industry. Be it medical equipment manufacturing or automobile parts production, 3D printing will play a crucial role.

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