Is polymer 3D printing changing Decathlon's retail floor?

February 19, 2019 | Case Study

Consumer products companies are now integrating polymer 3D printing (3DP) into their manufacturing workflows. For example, in 2014, Decathlon, a global sports products designer and retailer, established its own 3DP workshop for polymer part production, called AddLab. Since then, the company has been producing prototypes with 3DP, and it has recently started to make 3D-printed tools and end-use parts.

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