Guhring UK, a global precision toolmaker, initially turned to metal 3D printing to make prototypes. Now, they are selling 3D printed specialty tools directly to customers--opening up a new revenue stream for the business.
After driving down the cost of production with 3D printing, Guhring UK passed the cost-savings to their customers. Now, it's not just large businesses like BMW, Airbus, and Jaguar Land Rover that they can count as customers, but also small businesses who used to find their specialty tools cost-prohibitive.
Learn more about how much they saved on time and costs and other benefits of 3D printed specialty tooling.