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GM 3D Prints 60,000 Parts to Keep Tahoe Deliveries on Time

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June 14, 2022
At upward of $200,000 per model, a room with HP Multi Jet Fusion 3D printers is not a small investment. Photo: GKN Additive Forecast 3D
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At upward of $200,000 per model, a room with HP Multi Jet Fusion 3D printers is not a small investment. Photo: GKN Additive Forecast 3D

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3D printing is making its impact known across all industries, as manufacturers look to more rapid, customizable and agile solutions to combat supply chain disruptions. So it made sense that General Motors turned to industrial 3D printers to avoid a crucial parts shortage. It's the first time we've seen additive manufacturing on such an automotive scale!

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