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.

Like its fellow car manufacturers, SEAT is reaffirming its interest in 3D printing/AM with the opening of its 3D Printing LAB in Spain. The car manufacturer has equipped the lab with 9 3D printers...
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Remember the IDAM project? Launched last year by 12 partners, with the goal of promoting the “Industrialization and Digitization of Additive Manufacturing (AM) for Automotive Series Processes”. The partners have been working on several solutions to address...
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It’s always a pleasant discovery to see what a company that debuts in 3D Printing has produced for the first time. MAHLE, a supplier to the automotive industry and expert in mobility, chose to produce high-performance aluminum...
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The BMW Group has officially opened its new Additive Manufacturing Campus in Germany (Munich). With an investment of €15 million, the new centre brings together production of prototype and series parts under one roof, along with research...
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ABCar Oldtimers, a Europe-based company that specializes in vintage cars’ restoration utilizes Zortrax resin 3D Printers to produce obsolete parts. Such a production is not just about shaping metal sheets or replacing engines. Restoration...
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Joyson Safety Systems has collaborated with CRP Technology  for the additive production of airbag housing container. It’s been a century that Joyson Safety Systems provides safety-critical components to automotive and non-automotive markets. The company...
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