Refactory – Renault Group

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By creating the Refactory in Flins (near Paris, France) Renault Group is deploying a new industrial model based on the circular economy for more sustainable mobility. In this way, the Group anchors at the heart of its operations the commitment made as part of its sustainable development strategy, to preserve resources and achieve carbon neutrality by 2040 in Europe.

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At its scale, the Flins plant conversion project provides concrete answers to the challenges of the ecological transition, the transformation of the automotive sector’s professions, and the new uses around electric mobility. The Refactory project is emblematic of the Renaulution, the Group’s transformation plan, which aims to conquer new growth relays on the automotive value chain and beyond.

The Refactory’s 3D Printing Center produces prototype parts for new vehicle models, spare parts for machines and consumer parts and accessories for new vehicles. For this production, the team has design and printing facilities, with a fleet of 18 machines using melted wire and powder melting technologies. In 2022, 11,000 pieces will be produced in this workshop, or 1.4 million cm3 of printed material.

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