The 2021 Alfa Romeo F1 race car, the C41, takes to the track with 304 additively manufactured metal parts, more than doubling the number from… Read More »The latest Alfa Romeo F1 car doubles the amount of metal AM components.
Innovation comes from looking at things differently: for effective applications of metal AM, new approaches to a design should be considered.
In this article, Olaf Diegel, Noah Mostow and Terry Wohlers discuss the complex, and often multi-faceted, obstacles that stand between AM and its wider adoption,… Read More »Innovation comes from looking at things differently: for effective applications of metal AM, new approaches to a design should be considered.
Lighter, more rigid, more compact: Porsche has produced its first complete housing for an electric drive using 3D printing. The engine-gearbox unit produced using the additive laser… Read More »PORSCHE applies Metal Additive Manufacturing for high-performance electric drives
Perseverance, the centrepiece of NASA’s $2.7 billion Mars 2020 mission, touched down inside the Red Planet’s Jezero Crater on February 18th, 2021. Once it’s fully… Read More »NASA brings eleven 3D printed metal parts to Mars
Metal additive manufacturing (AM) is widely used in Formula One, motorsport and racing to manufacturing complex parts in a short time. Powder Bed Fusion –… Read More »Optimising a Formula 1 aerodynamic wing by simulation
BMW Group’s newly launched i8 Roadster features a lightweight metal additively manufactured cover carrier. The part is used to carry a cover which unfolds… Read More »Metal AM parts in series production for BMW’s new i8 Roadster
In the world of MotoGP™ motorcycle racing, technical enhancements can have a big impact. Moto2 team TransFIORmers is using cutting edge metal additive manufacturing (3D printing) technology in an unconventional front suspension system to gain a significant competitive advantage.