How 3D printing metals will disrupt the supply chain

Over the past two years, additive manufacturing has emerged as an attractive alternative due to its unique ability to manufacture “on demand.”

Companies have been at the whim of the fragile global supply chain during the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, which has led to unprecedented delays in shipments worldwide. During this time, 3D printing has proven itself as an innovative solution to help manufacturers regain their autonomy. At the same time, it has introduced a profound new mechanism of manufacturing that is bringing production closer to end users.

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