Manufacturing Tomorrow: Essentium Research Shows Change Management a Priority For Additive Manufacturing

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Essentium, a leading innovator in industrial additive manufacturing, today announced the third in a series of findings from independent global research on the current and future use of industrial 3D printing.

The study reveals that when it comes to adapting company operations to support large-scale 3D printing, there is a sizable gap between business functions that are thriving and those facing stumbling blocks with this organizational change. According to 3D printing stakeholders, design (62%) and engineering (61%) groups are experiencing the most success in adopting 3D printing at scale, while procurement (29%), and finance (26%) are struggling to achieve success.

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