January 17, 2019
Since the inception of 3D printing in the early 1980s, mass production has been viewed as the technology’s holy grail. But for more than a decade, while other companies have teased the possibility of full-production 3D printing of sneakers, eyeglasses, toys and other objects, Switzerland-based Sonova, the world’s leading hearing care solutions provider, has quietly been doing it. Today, the company runs several of the world’s largest and most sophisticated 3D printing factories. Download the case study to learn more.