3D Printing

Anglo American looks to 3D printing for spare parts
Companies will need to invest in skilled personnel as well as machinery ©Westend61/Getty Images
The supply chain impact of 3D printing
Will we take a Virgin Hyperloop One from New York and be in London in 4.5 hours? 600mph transport is being planned ©Getty Images
Procurement in 2050
The benefits of a virtual inventory
Etihad unveils 3D-printing lab for aircraft parts
Additive manufacturing can simplify supply chains
All-electric water taxis are being tested on the River Seine ©SeaBubbles
From cheese waste to water taxis: a world of innovation
The pitfalls of a virtual inventory
Industry 4.0 means procurement ‘will be seen more strategically’
The HP Metal Jet has a printing bed size of 430 x 320 x 200mm ©HP Development Company, L.P
VW to use 3D printing in mass production
Generative design enables a new range of production and design options ©Autodesk
Tech briefing: generative design
Nike has invested in 3D printing for on-demand personalised shoe soles ©Nike
Tech briefing: 3D printing