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Launched in 2016, 3D printing is one of the components of Alstom's ‘Industry of the Future’ programme. It aspires to produce 3D-printed parts quickly and at a competitive price for maintenance and new trains, to meet the customers’ requests for parts, and to facilitate some manufacturing operations.
As such, StationOne is delighted to partner with Alstom on that innovative aspect of the parts management in the railway industry.
3D printing is used for:
- Tools for the factories,
- Prototypes to validate a design,
- Moulds produced in half the time of classic production methods
- Series parts with references in both plastic and metal.