Additive manufacturing was once seen as the manufacturing technology of the future, but despite being invented decades ago, it is still primarily used for prototyping or small to medium series production. A truly futuristic technology should be capable of serial production. This white paper analyzes the current state of additive series production, including its challenges and costs. We compare suitable technologies and provide practical examples to demonstrate how our binder jetting technology is already being used for fully automated production by OEMs.

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Discover the current status of additive series production and explore practical examples to guide you towards implementing additive series production.