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Could additive manufacturing create greener automotive lifecycles?

For Divergent 3D, additive manufacturing’s potential benefits reach far beyond cost reduction and improved design – it could even help the planet itself. By Xavier Boucherat

3D-printing’s potential to bring down the price-per-part for certain component production is an attractive prospect for manufacturers. But for Kevin Czinger, Chief Executive of technology company Divergent 3D, the benefits could reach far beyond cost savings. Additive manufacturing, he suggests, could prove a key ingredient in creating a greener, more sustainable platform to make cars, and in turn help mitigate the potentially devastating consequences of global warming.

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