Additive Manufacturing and Blockchain

Report Overview

Author: Vineet Narula, Prema Shrikrishna
Release Date: October 22, 2018


This case study looks at MOOG VeriPart, a shared database providing provenance and authenticity per part. Combined with blockchain, additive manufacturing could provide on-demand manufacturing networks for high quality rapid prototyping, start-ups with limited capital access, customized “quantity of one” production runs, and spare parts printed on demand at the point of use.

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