If you want to stay ahead of the competition, you have to be fast. With production times dropping and expectations rising, accelerated product development has never been more important. From additive manufacturing to rapid machining, this is the zone where you can discover the tools to get things done faster and more efficiently.
CRP’s Motorsports’ Materials; Faster Metal 3D Printer; Over-Mold for 3D Printed Prototypes
Here’s a look at some recent developments in the additive arena we saw last fall at EuroMold that can allow you to create things much more expeditiously than you otherwise might. . .
Black ULTEM; More Scanning, Less Moving; Rapid Mfg to Double by '17; Point, Shoot, Scan
3D EV; fluid dynamics; small-scale, functional 3D printing; and more...
Better 3D materials; powerful powders/thriftier aluminum parts; wireless 3D printer; SLS material minds the gap.
The number of V8 engines for passenger cars is certainly on the decline as OEMs work to address looming CAFE regulations.
Although you might think that this image is some sort of tribute to Star Trek Into Darkness, it is actually associated with the General Motors Warren Enterprise Data Center—“a state-of-the-art $130-million” facility that GM opened earlier this week on the ground of its Tech Center in Warren, Michigan.
I happen to like OXO products, those graters and grinders and peelers and whatnot with the chunky black handles or gripping surfaces.
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