While some trucking manufactures, like GM, are slowly easing their way into 3D printing adoption, other industry bigwigs like Volvo and Mercedes Benz have embraced it with a far greater degree of fervor. Although it is not free of limitations, there are a number of ways in which 3D printing can be of benefit to truck manufacturing.
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