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VW's plans for 3D printed parts
Posted: 14 September 2018

Aircraft manufacturers like Boeing have been using metal printers for some time, to produce specialised parts for aircraft from titanium powder. Even jet engines have adopted 3D printing for complex components like fuel nozzles. Auto companies like Volkswagen have also used them for rare parts and concept models, but now VW plans to use HP metal printers for mass production. Perhaps our MindBullet on this subject, from four years ago, was pretty close to the mark!

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