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Azoth Produces First Metal 3D Printed Part on a Production Vehicle for General Motors

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Ann Arbor, MI, July 12, 2021 –(PR.com)– Azoth, a vertically integrated additive manufacturing company, is manufacturing the first metal 3D printed part using binder jetting on a General Motors production vehicle.

A unique, 3D printed medallion produced by Azoth sits on the manual shifter knob of the new 2022 Cadillac Blackwing V-series models, which features a manual transmission as well as additional 3D parts developed by General Motors.

Azoth is a leader in the metal binder jetting space and through its advanced 3D printing processes, it can save time and costs when producing parts while passing all Production Part Approval Process (PPAP) requirements, said Azoth General Manager and Co-Founder Cody Cochran.

“It is exciting to work with a forward-thinking company like GM who understands the benefits that additive manufacturing brings to production. I believe this is a breakthrough application for the 3D printing industry and a…

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