Andretti Autosport chooses Stratasys FDM technology to gain a competitive advantage in the automotive industry

Motorsport is part of those extreme sports where companies are also doing their best to maintain a competitive advantage and sometimes maintaining a competitive advantage requires to manufacture quality parts using cutting-edge technologies.   

That’s the aim of the motorsport specialist Andretti Autosport that has signed a new partnership agreement with Stratasys.

Andretti will leverage FDM technology and materials to accelerate design and development of the team’s diverse racing platforms using Stratasys F370™ and Fortus® 450mc™ 3D Printers.

We are excited to join the Andretti Autosport family and look forward to working together in the coming years,” said Pat Carey, Senior Vice President at Stratasys. “We see that Stratasys High Performance FDM solutions are being increasingly adopted by the world’s top motorsports teams and manufacturers. We believe that our highly reliable engineering grade printers and wide choice of high-performance materials are the perfect fit for the extreme challenges our motorsport customers face.”

Indeed, Stratasys FDM Technology has already proven itself in other fabrications performed by other motorsports specialists such as Team Penske as well as in other demanding sectors such as the railway.

Anyway, Andretti kicks into high gear with the 2019 NTT IndyCar Series season – beginning on the streets of St. Petersburg, Florida, March 10 and continues through September with 17 rounds of competition.

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