GUHRING UK CASE STUDY
Opening New Revenue Streams with Additive Manufacturing
Guhring UK was struggling to justify the cost & lead times for supplying special tools to smaller manufacturers with less volume.
This led the company to look into additive manufacturing as an option to open up new revenue streams, reduce lead times for existing ones, and manage timelines for smaller customers.
Find out how the adoption of Additive Manufacturing has helped Guhring UK to make a one-off production part and supply it to a customer in less than one-third of the time and at a lower cost.
Guhring UK is the Birmingham-based subsidiary of the Guhring Group — manufactures precision cutting tools.