Transportation is an industry where 3D printing is widely used worldwide. It is used both for prototyping and for printing finished components. Not only vehicle interiors or aircraft cockpit components are made using 3D printing, but also, more recently, parts used in aircraft engines. It is also possible to replace components in boats or trains with parts produced using incremental technologies such as Jet Fusion from HP, among others. As far as aerospace is concerned, the industry mainly uses SLS and metal powder printing techniques, but there is also no shortage of prototyping projects using DLP and SLA techniques. Due to the innovative nature of the industry and the constant search for the best solutions and spectrum of possibilities offered by additive techniques, there is no doubt that 3D printing has already become a common ‘tool’ without which it is difficult to imagine the transport industry in the 21st century.