3D Printing Resilience: the Case of Fiber Lasers
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Since at least 2020, additive manufacturing (AM) has become more and more synonymous with the concept of supply chain resilience. In 2024, there is almost guaranteed to be a striking acceleration in the connection between AM and shoring up logistics, for a variety of reasons.
One of those was already visible by November 2023, when the Biden administration announced the establishment of a Council on Supply Chain Resilience.
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