We speak with Stefanie Brickwede, who runs the additive manufacturing program at Deutsche Bahn, Germany’s rail operator and an international logistics powerhouse. We discuss the company’s applications for 3D printing, how she’s approached cultural change around additive manufacturing within the organization, and what’s next for 3D printing in the rail, automotive, and air transport industries.
Brickwede is a keynote speaker at the Digital Factory conference on May 14 in Munich. See the full schedule and register at https://digitalfactory.xyz.
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