BigRep, Berlin’s world player in the field of additive Manufacturing, unveiled its first fully 3D printed, autonomous electric podcar, the LOCI, at the FormNEXT trade fair in Frankfurt. This car can be adapted to the needs of any future user, the company says.Continue reading “Loci, a 3D Printed personalized car from Berlin”
by Michelle Bockman, GM & Global Head of 3D Printing and Digital Manufacturing – Automotive & High Value Applications and David Tucker, Automotive Strategy and Production Development Manager at HP
About Michelle Bockman
Michelle Bockman is the Global Head of 3D Printing Commercial Development & Expansion at HP Inc. In this role, she focuses on growing the market through key customer engagements, global alliances, materials partner programs, applications development, creating new software solutions, and ensuring the best customer experience and outcomes.
is the title of the presentation by Martijn Joris at the Automotive 3D Printing Conference.
Digital manufacturing enables advanced individualization in the automotive sector. Companies can use 3D printing technology to offer advanced customized interior and exterior parts. It also drives the digital transformation of applications like spare parts and bespoke manufacturing. the presentation will go deeper into these topics and showcase various applications, such as the Mini yours customized program.Continue reading “Advanced individualization through digital manufacturing”
Carbon showed the first digitally manufactured polymer parts in production for Ford Motor Company. The parts include Ford Focus HVAC (Heating, Ventilation and Cooling) Lever Arm Service Parts, Ford F-150 Raptor Auxiliary Plugs for a niche market, and Ford Mustang GT500 Electric Parking Brake Brackets.
The companies jointly presented the applications at the 2019 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit.