3D Printed Tooling Delivers Low Cost, High Speed Flexibility in Manufacturing

By using Ultimaker 3D printers, Volkswagen Autoeuropa can now test solutions in house and purchasing costs were reduced by 91% when compared to working with external suppliers and implementation time was cut by 95%. Ergonomics and quality were also improved and the systems is also useful for prototypes, gauges and spare parts to support manufacturing processes. 

In this white paper, you will learn: 

  • How 3D printing reduces assembly tooling development time
  • Where 3 D printing improves ergonomics in manufacturing applications
  • Major cost savings possible with 3 D printed tooling
  • How 3 D printing also solves prototyping and spare parts issues

Download the business case to learn how Volkwagen estimates to save $250,000 by the end of 2017. 

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