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CONTINENTAL TRUSTS IN EOS INDUSTRIAL 3D PRINTING TECHNOLOGY

EOS, the world's leading technology supplier in the field of industrial 3D printing of metals and polymers, is pleased to announce its collaboration with Continental. With the purchase of several EOS M 290 systems, Continental is investing in industrial 3D printing as a production technology. The company is deploying the EOS systems to produce metal components in series and has also received key support from EOS in installing the systems, training employees, developing applications, and launching manufacturing capacities.


First ever UAE race car fitted with Immensa 3D printed parts

The innovative vehicle won a TRD 86 race at Yas Marina Circuit in Abu Dhabi earlier this month
In a UAE first, Immensa Technology Labs — the country’s leading Additive Manufacturing (AM or 3D printing) company — has provided 3D printed parts for a Toyota GT86 race car. The innovative vehicle was driven by Mohammed Abdulghaffar Hussain at Yas Marina Circuit in Abu Dhabi and won the TRD 86 race earlier this month.

TECNUN MOTORSPORT INNOVATES COMPOSITE PART PRODUCTION WITH STRATASYS 3D PRINTED SACRIFICIAL CORES

Student race team produces 3D printed mold for highly complex part in just five hours, compared to three weeks lead time with conventional aluminum molds

Significant weight reduction of 60 percent achieved results in higher performance on the track

Stratasys FDM sacrificial tooling enables the team to produce carbon fiber composite intake manifolds with a complex geometry in a single manufacturing operation

Additive Manufacturing Delivers Prototype Perfection at Racing Speeds

Innovative technology puts Williams Martini Racing’s Formula 1 Team on the podium

Whether measured by the accolades of adoring fans, the distribution of prize money, or the eternal passion for driving full throttle, success and speed count in Formula 1 as they do in no other sport. Having won nine constructor titles and seven driver world championships, it is fair to say that the Williams Martini Racing F1 Team understands its craft. The fact that speed is also important off the track can be seen in the racing team's development department. There, the engineers have successfully applied additive manufacturing using EOS technology to construct exterior parts of the front wing's assembly for their 2016 racing car.


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