Spare Parts

Revolutionize your approach to producing and managing spare parts

Are spare parts taking up too much space or becoming too difficult to source? With 3D printing, you can order and receive the replacement parts you need the moment you need them, reducing storage costs, over-production, and the risk of obsoletion. Remove your dependence on physical stock and the constraints of traditional manufacturing to design and source parts that are truly fit for purpose.

A series of 3D-printed repair kits with EASA 21.J quality labels. The kit contains small white plastic parts made of flame-retardant polyamide, designed by Expleo. These parts are used to replace commonly broken latches on Boeing 737 dado panels.

Why choose 3D printing?

Free up your capital

Holding an inventory of spare parts ties up significant working capital that could be better invested elsewhere. With 3D printing, you can directly impact your bottom line by freeing up this capital with a digital inventory and on-demand production.

Shorten your lead times

Print the parts you need quickly and easily, limiting downtime — no more long waits for those urgent missing components. By taking production into your own hands, you can reduce your dependence on suppliers and ensure you’re not caught out.

Avoid costly pitfalls

With 3D printing, you can order one-to-one replacements on demand with no set-up costs, expensive molds, or minimum order quantities to inflate the price.

Easily improve part performance

Thanks to digitalization and freedom of design, you can easily change or re-invent the design of your parts to meet a specific need. Create fit-for-purpose parts that reduce downtime, improve efficiency, and reduce costs.


Get inspired for your next project with a look at how others have benefited from creating spare parts on demand through 3D printing.

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Other applications

Small series production

Discover how you can reduce your time-to-market, improve performance, and optimize your supply chain with 3D printing.

A series of metal 3D-printed production line parts