Royal Caribbean and Snapchat take 3D printing to new depths

Royal Caribbean and Snapchat take 3D printing to new depths

The use of 3D printing for tooling and fixtures in the industrial world is well documented. Recently we reported on how by using desktop 3D printers Volkswagen were able to save $160k . For those travelling in the sky, enterprises such as Boeing are using additive manufacturing to save up to 70% in costs. As Boeing’s Director of Structures and Materials, Enterprise Operations and Technology, Leo Christodoulou says, “ AM will dominate tooling . ” Now 3D printing is reaching new depths in a project from cruise line operators Royal Caribbean. 3D printing under the sea Possibly in an […]

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