Take a look. VW is getting more and more into 3D Printing. It’s an easy thing to see…labor intensive industries coupled with socialistic labor hr practices means firms won’t fire employees, but replace them with machinery upon natural attrition. Read more about this at the 3D Printing Trade Association.
Have you ever needed an auto part and had to wait forever to get it?
Redwood City-based Carbon3D – which developed Continuous Liquid Interface Production technology (CLIP) – a 3D printing technology that grows parts from UV curable resins at speeds as much as 25 to 100 times faster than conventional 3D printing processes. The resulting parts boast mechanical properties that are applicable for a range of vehicle needs.