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3D printing of spares and obsolete parts is already making a huge impact across a range of industries from consumer appliances and electronics, to transportation, aerospace and even oil & gas.

Having a digital library of the possible spare parts to be replicated in Additive manufacturing or any other traditional method on demand with out retraining to MoQ’s or long lead times will help companies to release held up stock back into their cashflow and be more agile in terms of using their spare parts.

One of the examples, we recently 3D Printed Metal clip for a construction industry, which was part of a long supply chain and a stipulated material for a particular application. We not only matched the performance of the part, but expedited the part delivery from 4 weeks to 1 week which was much helpful for the client in terms of saving money and related down time of their schedule.