Bombardier Transportation speeds up the development process for new trains in German speaking countries with additive manufacturing.
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The railway industry has started to adopt a number of 3D printing technologies/solutions to carry out the production and maintenance and various components quickly and cost-effectively. Our content on 3D Printing/Additive Manufacturing explores how effective this technology is and to what extent it supports the industry.
Angel Trains and Chiltern Railways have joined forces with Stratasys and DB ESG to trial the first 3D printed parts ever deployed within an in-service passenger train in the UK.
An important part of the Siemens Mobility strategy is to introduce additive manufacturing technologies to all of its maintenance sites. In this video, colleagues from Siemens Mobility discuss how solutions from Stratasys help them to achieve their maintenance depot goals.
Renowned as Siemens Mobility's flagship site, the RRX Rail Service Centre expects 100 trains to enter and leave the depot every month. To help achieve this, 3D printing equipment has been utilised.
In this video case study, colleagues from Siemens Mobility and SWU explain how Stratasys additive manufacturing technology is helping to keep vehicle availability as high as possible.
Siemens Mobility has used Stratasys FDM 3D printing solutions which has lead to increased client satisfaction and a more streamlined supply chain.