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DSM and Briggs Automotive Company announce collaboration on new Mono R supercar

Companies will together showcase potential of 3D printing for car manufacturing

Royal DSM, a global science-based company in Nutrition, Health and Sustainable Living today announced a collaboration with Briggs Automotive Company (BAC), the British supercar manufacturing company based in Liverpool. Together, the two companies will co-develop innovative 3D printing applications for the new BAC Mono R and showcase the potential of additive manufacturing in the automotive industry thanks to weight reduction and increased customizability.

StoreDot and BP Present World-First Full Charge of an Electric Vehicle in Five Minutes

World-first demonstration, rapidly and fully charging an electric scooter, showcases game-changing potential of ultra-fast charging batteries for electric vehicles

Ultra-fast charging of electric vehicles key to preparing industry for electrification and reducing the environmental impact of transportation

ANGEL TRAINS, ESG RAIL AND STRATASYS TACKLE OBSOLESCENCE IN THE RAIL INDUSTRY WITH UK’S FIRST 3D PRINTING MANUFACTURING SOLUTION

Angel Trains, one of Britain’s leading train leasing companies, has collaborated with engineering consultancy ESG Rail, and 3D printing technology provider Stratasys, to produce four fully approved interior components using 3D printing, also known as Additive Manufacturing.

Volkswagen Autoeuropa: Maximizing production efficiency with 3D printed tools, jigs, and fixtures

Volkswagen Autoeuropa, who is responsible for manufacturing iconic Volkswagen models such as the Scirocco and Sharan, and has yearly output levels of 100,000 cars, now uses 3D printing to revolutionize its workflow. The facility 3D prints manufacturing aids that are used daily on the assembly line. No longer having to rely on external suppliers for its tools, jigs, and fixtures greatly reduces the costs and shrinks lead times from several weeks to just a few days.

Stratasys to Showcase its Advanced Carbon Fibre Additive Manufacturing Solution and Unique Multi-Material Capabilities at TCT Show 2018

At this year’s TCT Show (September 25-27), Stratasys, will showcase the value of 3D printing carbon fibre parts, as well as highlighting its unique multi-material additive manufacturing capabilities. From advanced prototypes, to composite tooling and final part production, Stratasys (Hall 3, Stand H36) will highlight examples from a broad spectrum of industries demonstrating how the company’s proven FDM and PolyJet technologies are significantly reducing time and costs for leading designers and manufacturers worldwide.

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