Adoption of 3D Printing AM for automotive

AM for automotive

The automotive industry is one of the top sectors that drive the growth of the additive manufacturing market. Car manufacturers and 3D Printing service bureaus take advantage of the technology to meet various challenges including light weighting and materials scarcity.

15 companies from science, research and industry will join forces in a project called POLYLINE. Funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research with a total of €10.7 Mio, the three-year project aims to develop a next-generation digitalized...
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Addicted to car technology and speed, Spyros Panopoulos is the founder of a company that wears his name. He ambitions to redefine the automotive scene by building a new category of cars which he wants “super-fast” and “connected”. Named Project chaos,...
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The 3D printing in automotive market is set to grow from its current market value of more than $1.4 billion to over $8 billion by 2024; as reported in the latest study by Global Market Insights, Inc.
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Made with metal 3D printing and titanium, Bugatti said that the cover is the first 3D printed & visible part that is officially approved for use on the roads. Cars manufacturer Bugatti has made once more a smart use of...
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Porsche’s innovative alternative to sporty seating is “3D-printed bodyform full-bucket seat”. The automotive specialist partially 3D printed the seat and backrest cushions and the good news for customers is that, leveraging AM as a production technology will enable Porsche to...
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Italian manufacturer of supersport electric motorcycles, Energica Motor Company Spa claims to be the only firm that integrates an exclusive testing ground to try new technical solutions. This testing ground is what makes the manufacturer of FIM Enel MotoE™...
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