Customer case study - Brose turns to SLS 3D printing
Brose is one of the largest automotive suppliers in the world. The company employs 30,000 people in over 70 locations across 25 countries. Every other new vehicle is equipped with one of Brose's products. They are one of Germany's most innovative companies and has been helping shape the future of automotive for over 100 years.
Brose uses additive manufacturing technologies for a various range of things including prototyping, tools, and fixtures.
In this case study Christian Kleylein, technologist for AM Polymer Series Manufacturing at Brose gives his insight and experience on using 3D printing and how he plans to use it at Brose for mass production.
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