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Kuber tillverkade i AM

Powder bed fusion (PBF) additive manufacturing (AM), also known as 3D printing, is a transformative technology with significant sustainability implications. It minimizes material wastage by building objects layer by layer, conserving resources and reducing environmental footprints.

PBF promotes a circular economy by allowing the use of recyclable materials, lowering the demand for virgin resources. Its design flexibility creates lightweight structures, saving energy during transportation and usage. The decentralized nature of PBF reduces carbon emissions from long-distance transportation and supports local economies.

Moreover, PBF consolidates multiple components into integrated structures, simplifying assembly processes and lowering energy consumption.

Overall, PBF contributes to a more sustainable and efficient manufacturing ecosystem, aligning with the transition towards environmentally conscious practices. AM PBF processes find applications in aerospace, automotive, medical, jewellery, tooling, electronics, defence, energy, consumer goods, education, and research industries. 

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