3D Printings landfill converted to functional truck parts.

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The remarkable collaboration between Ford and HP as they lead a sustainable revolution in the automotive industry. Explore how they transform 3D waste into functional auto parts—an industry first. Discover their innovative use of 3D printing technology, recycling materials to create high-quality components while reducing waste and minimizing environmental impact. Uncover the significance of this partnership in streamlining supply chains and accelerating production cycles, paving the way for a greener future. Join us in celebrating this pioneering collaboration that merges technology, sustainability, and automotive innovation. Gain insights into how Ford and HP are reshaping the industry’s approach to waste, inspiring other companies to follow suit. Don’t miss this captivating article that highlights the transformative power of 3D printing and showcases the commitment of industry leaders to drive a sustainable revolution in the automotive sector.

“Many companies are finding great uses for 3D printing technologies, but, together with HP, we’re the first to find a high-value application for waste powder that likely would have gone to landfill, transforming it into functional and durable auto parts.”
As said by Ford technical fellow, Sustainability, Dr. Deborah Mielewsk, “A key to achieving our sustainability goals and solving the broader problems of society is working with other like-minded companies – we can’t do it along with HP, we defined the waste problem, solved technical challenges and found a solution in less than one year, which is something in which we all take pride.”

Mar 25, 2021 | DEARBORN, Mich.

Ford and HP are recycling 3D printer waste into truck parts.

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