GM Drives Vehicles of the Future with Generative Design

GM and Autodesk engineers apply generative design technology to reconceive a small vehicle component -- the seat bracket where seat belts are fastened. The resulting part is 40% lighter and 20% stronger than the original part.

GM and Autodesk engineers apply generative design technology to reconceive a small vehicle component—the seat bracket where seat belts are fastened. The resulting part is 40% lighter and 20% stronger than the original part.

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