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3D Printing Races to Redefine Automotive Production
With customization and design flexibility top priorities, automotive OEMs are integrating AM into their manufacturing roadmaps for full-scale production parts.
NASCAR Technical Institute to Host National TechTrade Expo
Event to take place Saturday, October 21 in Mooresville, NC.
3D Printing Races to Redefine Automotive Production
With customization and design flexibility top priorities, automotive OEMs are integrating AM into their manufacturing roadmaps for full-scale production parts.
Ansys Validates Safety of NASCAR’s Next Gen Race Car
Validation carried out via simulated crash tests that can drive cost savings, Ansys reports.
Stratasys and NASCAR Collaborate on Next-Gen Racecars
High-performance 3D printed windshield air vent and underside NACA duct featured on every car.
NASCAR Cup Series Team Spire Motorsports Makes Use of MakerBot Printers
With a repertoire of METHOD X 3D printers and several different materials, the NASCAR team says it is able to produce parts efficiently, quickly, and cost-effectively.
Simulation Advances NASCAR Race Car Development
Racing teams are using D2H and Ansys to triple simulations and reduce physical testing.
AM’s Role in Future-Proofing the Supply Chain
A virtual panel wades in on how AM can help manufacturers add business resiliency to their supply chains while delivering competitive advantage.
Digital Twin Helps RCR Race to the Finish Line
Simulation and technology advances like the digital twin give RCR drivers an edge in horsepower and performance.
Stratasys Deepens Collaboration with Team Penske; Demos New 3D Printers
Racing team Penske taps 3D printing, reveals streamlined prototype and final part production at IMTS 2018 via partnership with Stratasys.
Roadblocks Slow the Digital Twin Race
Companies are proceeding with caution on the digital twin journey, slowed by varying interpretations of the technology, the complexity and the lack of a packaged tool set.
Digitalization in Automotive Takes Center Stage at Siemens U.S. Innovation Day
During the Siemens Innovation Day in Chicago, the company announced the TASS PreScan simulation solution for autonomous driving systems and held a round table discussion on digitalization.


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