How BMW and Boeing use additive manufacturing & 3D printing

Additive Manufacturing (AM) refers to a revolutionary range of processes that can create parts with hitherto impossible geometries; often within a space of hours.

The AdAM team at the University Sheffield is playing a key role in realising this potential by conducting research and development across a broad range of AM processes for industries such as aerospace, automotive and healthcare. Featuring interviews with our collaborative partners – BMW Group, Boeing Research & Technology 3D printing specialists Materialise and AM consultants Wohlers Associates, this video shows how important university researchers are to these organisations.

The Manufacturer is hosting its Additive Manufacturing and 3D Printing Conference next week on June 11th at The National Motorcycle Museum. For more information and to register go to: