June 30, 2017
Stratasys, the 3D printing and additive manufacturing solutions company, is representing 3D printing as part of the “Future Lab” at Goodwood Festival of Speed (June 29 – July 2). The new-for-2017 technology installation celebrates the future of motion — how we will experience speed and travel in the future.
Featuring alongside innovations showcasing cutting-edge automotive and aviation technology – from autonomous race cars to the first prototypes of an all-electric commuter plane – Stratasys will present high-profile use cases exemplifying the impact of 3D printing, including collaborations with one of the world’s first electric aircraft manufacturers, Eviation, as well as McLaren-Honda Racing. In addition, visitors will see Stratasys UK Partner, Laser Lines, host live demonstrations of 3D printed parts produced with the Stratasys J750 Full color, Multi-Material 3D Printer, which will be 3D printing the iconic Goodwood trophy awarded to the winner in the hillclimb shootout over the Festival of Speed.
Evolution of 3D Printing within Formula One
Demonstrating the advancements of 3D printing within Formula One, Stratasys will show how McLaren-Honda F1 is deploying 3D printing across the development of its 2017 race car to improve car performance. This includes final 3D printed race-ready parts for the new McLaren MCL32 race car, as well as manufacturing tooling to advance production. In addition, visitors will learn how the historic race team is bringing innovation trackside, using Stratasys FDM 3D printing technology to produce race-ready parts on demand to make rapid design changes to the car during race weekends.
“We are honored to represent 3D printing at an event renowned and respected for its innovation,” says Andy Middleton, president, Stratasys EMEA. “Presenting advances in automotive and aerospace through our collaborations with McLaren and Eviation, as well as producing the famed Goodwood trophy, our objective is to show visitors how 3D printing enables manufacturers to produce innovative ideas and designs with complex geometries easily and cost-effectively, leading to better products and accelerated product development.”
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Source: press release