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Additive Manufacturing in Automotive Service and Repair

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Supply chain disruptions, demand uncertainty, increased vehicle complexity and the transition to electric vehicles are just some of the issues confronting the automotive vehicle service and repair sector. The use of additive manufacturing in this space can increase the efficiency and flexibility of supply chains and enable completely new methods of vehicle repair. Case studies will be presented, sharing learnings, challenges and vision for future.

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify potential use cases for additive manufacturing in automotive or industrial service and
  • Identify potential areas of development in additive manufacturing technologies and post processes that would unlock material consumption and machine purchases from automotive and related industries.
  • Understand GM's future vision for additive manufacturing in automotive service and repair.
  • Tom Curtis
    Additive Applications Engineer
    General Motors