How 3D Printing Is Disrupting The Supply Chain

Inefficient inventory costs companies billions of dollars a year.

Long OEM lead times, high inventory costs, poor stock turnover, and obsolete material create immense waste within operations.

Additive manufacturing (AM) helps solve these problems and will be used in every industry worldwide. It’s the fourth industrial revolution.

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