Additive manufacturing is transforming the way things are designed, made and delivered.
With additive manufacturing, companies can be proactive and respond to customer requirements with speed. From prototyping, distributed manufacturing, on-demand production, and accelerated time-to-market – additive manufacturing has revolutionized the product lifecycle.
Along with getting products in customer hands faster, additive manufacturing has eliminated dependencies on the tooling and fixtures that are part of traditional manufacturing models. The power of additive manufacturing for design, test, production, and delivery is unlocked when companies can reduce their BOM costs and deliver lighter and more cost-effective parts.
Rely on Jabil to be your trusted partner and leader in your transition to and adoption of additive manufacturing.
With distributed manufacturing companies can reduce their manufacturing workloads and shift manufacturing to the most ideal geographical locations. This means that customer demands can be realized faster, and companies can deliver products and solutions with speed, agility and reduced overhead.
Jabil Additive has created Jabil Engineered Materials to provide customers with a complete end-to-end solution for additive manufacturing. Jabil Engineered Materials fills a gap in the additive manufactured materials market by developing custom additive materials with unique properties that are created at unprecedented speeds.
Additive Manufacturing gives companies key advantages and benefits including:
With Jabil’s Materials, Processes and Machines (MPM) solution, we deliver full-scale production parts using our trusted and proven end-to-end solution. With MPM, we start with the right materials, apply manufacturing rigor, and leverage our additive manufacturing capabilities to manufacture these parts.
Filling the Additive Materials Gap to Broaden Adoption of Additive Manufacturing January 22, 2019 With the introduction of Jabil Engineered Materials, we want to help you overcome obstacles and expand the potential of additive manufacturing. Read more:/Read More
3D Printing Trends: Five Major Developments March 12, 2019 As a follow-up to a 2017 study, Jabil sponsored a new 3D printing trends survey, focusing on forecasting where additive manufacturing is headed while looking at current realities. We explore five major trends in the additive manufacturing industry./Read More
3D Printing Applications: A New Age March 14, 2019 With the ability to rapidly produce prototypes, repair broken pieces and replace obsolete parts, 3D printing applications are transforming several industries:/Read More
Airbus And Farsoon Technologies Partner To Make 3d Printable Plastics For Civil Aviation February 25, 2019 International aerospace company Airbus and Farsoon Technologies, a Chinese manufacturer of SLM and SLS 3D printers, have partnered to develop polymer additive manufacturing materials for civil aviation./Read More
Jabil Offers Comprehensive Materials Services for 3D Printing February 25, 2019 Developing and certifying new materials are ongoing challenges in the additive manufacturing (AM) space. The same material may perform differently depending on which 3D printing process is used, and different applications may require unique material properties./Read More
State of 3D Printing 2019: All Grown Up & Ready to Work February 25, 2019 Additive manufacturing, the ultimate child of the ‘80s, has finally proven itself ready for grown up, high-volume work. We delve into how that happened and where it will take the greater manufacturing industry./Read More
Aerospace: 3 Ways Additive Manufacturing is Supercharging the Industry April 10, 2019 Aerospace has been utilizing additive manufacturing for years, but the inherent value it is only now really beginning to break onto the global stage./Read More
Seven Ways Additive Manufacturing Helps Accelerate the Production of Industrial Machines and Capital Equipment July 18, 2019 Additive Manufacturing has shifted the economics of production considerably, opened new design opportunities and improving supply chain and aftermarket dynamics./Read More