IDAM project partners hold kick-off meeting in Germany for 3D printing to enter automotive series production

Project aims to integrate metallic 3D printing into the conventional production lines of the automotive industry

On 27 March, 12 partners, including GKN Powder Metallurgy, held a kick off meeting of a joint project called ‘Industrialization and Digitization of Additive Manufacturing’ (IDAM) in Munich, Germany to pave the way for additive manufacturing (AM) to enter automotive series production, GKN announced in a press release on 17 April.

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