After having revolutionized the industrial design and prototyping industries, Spare Parts 3D believe that 3D printing is the solution for replacement spare parts.

If some famous companies like Boeing or BMW already took a step into AM, printing thousands of parts aiming at having more flexibility in customization, it is still very marginal compared to GE.

At Spare Parts 3D, we strongly believe that additive manufacturing, also known as 3D printing, is a game-changer for the manufacturing and supply chain industries.

On-demand manufacturing is leading the industry 4.0 revolution, producing components quickly and cost-effectively. On low-volume injection moulding parts and tooling, it can drastically reduce the Total cost of Ownership (TCO).

The revolution of 3D printing is on, and in few years from now obsolescence will have become obsolete! How Additive Manufacturing will create infinite lifetime?

Supply chain is the result of a thin balance between offer and demand. With Additive manufacturing, you can now reduce your inventory buffer and tighten your supply chain with smaller batches of 3D printed parts.

The revolution of 3D printing is on, and in few years from now obsolescence will have become obsolete! How Additive Manufacturing will create infinite lifetime?

Following our fact-stating infographic, here is to explain all the technical details about our TUV SUD PSB quality assessment – How exactly we achieved it?

3D printing shares main features of any other traditional manufacturing methods. It requires multi-disciplined expertise in both engineering and production.

At Spare Parts 3D, so far we choose FDM technology to print plastic spare parts after careful comparison and analysis of the four widely used 3D printing technologies.