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Rapid Prototyping in The Automotive Industry
Henry Ford may not have invented the automobile, but his pioneering spirit did transform the way cars were made. His assembly line process drastically reduced costs with standardized parts and greater efficiency which led to lower cost, higher quality and greater reliability.
Stratasys in the News
Team Penske has expanded its use of Fused Deposition Modeling and PolyJet Technologies for prototyping, tooling, fixturing and end-use parts in cars and pit equipment.
Fashion designer Designer Julia Koerner uses Stratasys printer to make collection ARID
The car giant is expanding its use of AM for tooling applications, including fast change-over of production lines to fulfill a government contract for ventilators and PPE.
In August 20 Episode of DE News Roundup, 3D printed device keeps cockpit cool at IndyCar, IoT World and Siggraph go virtual, SimulationHub uses CFD design airborn contagion isolation rooms
Order follows AM Craft investment in four large-scale 3D printers.
Effects artists used a combination of digital modeling, animation, CAD and 3D printing to build the massive S.T.R.I.P.E. armor for the DC Universe's Stargirl.
Three finalists selected from more than 200 entries
Need a prototype? There’s no shortage of quick-turn manufacturing services. The trick is finding the right partner, the right process and the right price.
3D printing companies and medical researchers are coming together to accelerate production of nasal swab designs to quickly address COVID-19-related shortages.
Measure reflects shift to leaner operating model.