ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING

Additive Manufacturing

Stratasys and Pantone Achieving Design Intent

Stratasys has signed an agreement with Pantone such that the company’s J750 and J735 PolyJet 3D printers are endorsed by Pantone as meeting the PANTONE Validated standards.
#supplier #Stratasys

Additive Manufacturing

Additive Technology Grows—and Needs Know-How

One of the things that is true about additive manufacturing is that the technology is growing by leaps and bounds.
#Wacker #supplier

Design

Take a Look at Additive Manufacturing

Giving the growing increase in interest in additive manufacturing in the auto industry, our sibling publication Additive Manufacturing held a conference dedicated to that subject at the 2019 North American International Auto Show.
#Carbon #oem #Ford

Plastics

Manufacturing Plastic Parts with Light

Research with light-sensitive resins is changing the way production plastic parts can be made.
#Carbon #Ford

Additive Manufacturing

Lambo Embraces Carbon (The Company, not the Element)

“Through our extensive procurement research, we found that many of our vehicle components were ideal candidates for digital manufacturing,” said Stefan Gramse, chief procurement officer of Automobili Lamborghini S.p.A. “Digital manufacturing” as in additive.
#oem #Lamborghini #Volkswagen

Additive Manufacturing

To 3D Print Copper, Green Means Go

Trumpf’s new process opens up new possibilities for 3D printing in the electronics and automotive industries.

Composites

Tech: Flexible CNB Film, Bio-Composite Bumpers, and Additive Manufacturing

Canatu keeps self-driving sensors warm. A biodegradable bumper. Cadillac’s eye on the road. And MIT ADAPTing to Additive Manufacturing.
#GeneralMotors #Carbon #Autodesk

Aluminum

Additive Manufacturing Hoonigan-Style

Ken Block, rally driver extraordinaire with the Hoonigan Racing Division, the Paganini of the Pavement, has ripped up streets in all manner of Ford products, from Mustangs to Fiesta to Foci, and for his latest endeavor, “Gymkhana Ten: The Ultimate Tire Slaying Tour,” he is behind the wheel of the Hoonitruck, a 1977 F-150 powered by a 914-hp, 702-lb-ft 3.5-liter twin-turbo V6 (yes, the same type of engine that is used in the Ford GT), which generates copious amounts of rubbery smoke from the Toyo 315/35R20s.
#oem #Ford #HP

Additive Manufacturing

3D Printing Comes to Titanium Wheel Production

The HRE3D+ wheel produced by HRE Performance Wheels and GE Additive is billed as the first 3D-printed titanium wheel.
#Carbon #GE

Design

What Lightweighting Technologies Are Making CAFE Standards Attainable?

Technologies like microcellular injection molding and 3D printing have increased the lightweighting options available to manufacturers, but how do design engineers adjust?